Pinpoint English

Pinpoint English
 
 

Pinpoint English is a new series of flexible and scaffolded activities and resources that address specific areas of the primary English curriculum, including spelling, comprehension, grammar and punctuation, early language development - and more.

Pinpoint resources use a simple three-level approach, where appropriate, grading questions and activities to help every child to make progress.

Pinpoint resources are fun to use, support and encourage independent learning, and are easy to pick up and start using with your class immediately, saving you precious time.  

Spelling

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Pinpoint English: Spelling includes pick up and go photocopiable activities for KS2 making it easy for you to get on with teaching. Each spelling rule is introduced in child friendly language, and then tackled through a series of structured tasks which scaffold children’s learning and ensure progress regardless of the starting point. The activities provide comprehensive coverage of the National Curriculum requirements for spelling so you can easily find the activities that complement your teaching.

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Grammar and Punctuation

Structured and scaffolded photocopiable activities which cover the core areas of the English National Curriculum in grammar and punctuation. Each unit provides a child-friendly introduction to the concept, before moving on to a series of structured tasks.   

Comprehension

 

Pinpoint English: Comprehension consists of four photocopiable books, one per year at KS2, containing text extracts and accompanying comprehension questions. The activities have been developed with teachers, placing emphasis on independent practice rather than test questions. The texts include a good mix of engaging non-fiction and high quality classic and contemporary poetry. Comprehensive teacher-facing marking guidance is provided so that you can ensure your children are progressing. 

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