readilearn is Six Years Old Today! – #readilearn

Today, Wednesday 24 August 2022 is readilearn’s sixth birthday. Thank you for joining our journey.

To celebrate this milestone, I have made a new birthday-themed interactive resource Make Words from the Word ‘Birthday‘.

This resource is designed for use with the whole class on the interactive whiteboard. Children use the letters of ‘birthday’ to see how many smaller words they can make. Each letter can be used only once in each word.

Children drag the letters to form new words, then type the words into the text box. The page of words can be printed if you wish to keep a record. Progress can also be saved for another lesson if you still have more words to find when the lesson is over. A printable PDF activity sheet for individuals or groups of children to use is also included.

As a birthday gift from readilearn to you, this resource is available free until 14 September.

It is just one of the birthday-themed resources in the collection. Others include:

Happy Birthday — an interactive resource to personalise I used it to make readilearn’s sixth birthday card. The card can be personalised and printed for children on their birthdays.

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19 thoughts on “readilearn is Six Years Old Today! – #readilearn

    1. Norah Post author

      Jelly and cake – sounds a bit like a trifle – just add the custard and cream. Thanks for your support and joining in the celebration, Geoff. 🙂

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    1. Norah Post author

      I am quite proud of my achievement, Pete. Thank you for acknowledging it. The six years has gone quickly, as they all seem to do these day. I guess it’s always quicker on the downhill slope.

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