Print Word Searches from your wordlists - choose from hundreds of word lists, edit them or create your own. Word Searches are randomly regenerated each time a setting is changed - a new Word Search with the same settings can be created by clicking the Refresh Grid button. Click the Resize button to change the overall size of the Word Search Grid - sizes from 7 to 30 square are possible. Choose various word layout options and from a range of font styles including cued handwriting fonts and bubble fonts for tracing. If the Print Answer Sheet option is checked - two pages will be printed including a completed Word Search for marking or reference. Note: All new word list submissions have to be moderated before they appear on the site - make sure you print or download word searches made with new lists before leaving. Wordsearch Generator
comparatives This is an unforgettable classic, perfect to practice the use of comparatives. More/Fewer (Count nouns) or More/Less (Non Count nouns) I.
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From 2013, the AusVELS website will provide the curriculum for Victorian government and Catholic schools. AusVELS - http://ausvels.vcaa.vic.edu.au/ For previous Victorian Curricula, including the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS), please click here.
7-12 Student Interactives - Language Arts
i 2 Votes This is a site that you are bound to find useful in your classroom.
Yesterday I finalised the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010 list. Many thanks to the 545 people who shared their Top 10 Tools for Learning and contributed to the building of the list. Although this list is available online, I also created this presentation which provides the information as a slideset - embedded below. Last year's presentation has been viewed over 90,000 times on Slideshare, so I hope this one is equally useful. I have also produced a number of other pages that offer different view on the results. The Winners & Losers 2010 page shows the tools that have gone up and down the list or fallen off it completely or are new entrants this year. Top 100 Tools for Learning 2010: Final list, presentation and more