Writing
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This graphic organiser, ‘A Shower of Toys’ provides students with the opportunity to create a word bank of adjectives about toys that could be used in descriptive writing.

Sample Paragraph
No. of pages: 1

This writing prompt exemplar, ‘Best-Loved Toys’ provides a writing model for the students. It encourages students to think about their favourite toy and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.

Writing Prompt
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This writing prompt, ‘Best-Loved Toys’ helps students to write about their favourite toys. It encourages students to think about things with special meanings and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.

Writing
No. of pages: 3

This graphic organiser, ‘Bright Toy Ideas’ supports students in planning a piece of descriptive writing about their favourite toys.

Kids News Activity
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No. of pages: 3

This kids news activity, ‘Different Toys For Girls And Boys?’ reports on gender stereotyping in the marketing of toys.

Editing and Revising
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No. of pages: 4

This editing and revising learning activity, ‘Games Yesterday and Today’ encourages students to recognise capitalisation and spelling errors, tone, correct tense, punctuation and sentence structure. Answer sheet provided with file download.

Comprehension and Critical Thinking
No. of pages: 4
Writing
No. of pages: 2

This graphic organiser, ‘Lending a Hand for Toys’ provides students with the opportunity to edit and revise their draft writing about toys through peer review and suggestions.

Writing
No. of pages: 3

This graphic organiser, ‘Share the Love of Toys’ provides students with the opportunity to brainstorm various ways to share their final toy writing with their peers.

Vocabulary
No. of pages: 1

This vocabulary activity, ‘Toys’ supports vocabulary development through word and picture association.

Reading Comprehension
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No. of pages: 4

This reading comprehension activity, ‘Toys Match the Picture Part I’ asks students to write words to match pictures that relate to toys. It is aimed at developing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages them to recognise the association between a picture and a word describing it.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Toys Match the Picture Part II’ asks students to write words to match pictures that relate to toys. It is aimed at developing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages them to recognise the association between a picture and a word describing it.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Toys Match the Picture Part III’ asks students to write words to match pictures that relate to toys. It is aimed at developing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages them to recognise the association between a picture and a word describing it.

Reading Comprehension
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This reading comprehension activity, ‘Toys Match the Word Part I’ asks students to identify words and pictures that relate to toys. It is aimed at developing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages them to recognise the association between a picture and a word describing it.

Reading Comprehension
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No. of pages: 4

This reading comprehension activity, ‘Toys Match the Word Part II’ asks students to identify words and pictures that relate to toys. It is aimed at developing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages them to recognise the association between a picture and a word describing it.

Reading Comprehension
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No. of pages: 4

This reading comprehension activity, ‘Toys Match the Word Part III’ asks students to identify words and pictures that relate to toys. It is aimed at developing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages them to recognise the association between a picture and a word describing it.

Writing Prompt
No. of pages: 1

This writing prompt, ‘What a Doll!’ helps students to write about what doll or action figure they would like to design. It encourages students to think about the ideal toy and is aimed at broadening students’ writing and language skills.

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