Observation Skills KS1 Literacy. Links to useful resources to improve your child's observation skills, suitable for ages 5-7 years. Ideal for parents who are homeschooling or just want to help their child's education at home. Great for ks1 teachers to use in the classroom.
Describing Pictures Lesson Plan
For this activity, one child (the "describer") is given a piece of paper with a picture on. These pictures are not of any particular object, but should be strange, involving lots of shapes, letters and numbers, and they should be hidden from all children apart from the describer. This child then has to describe the picture to the rest of the class, who have to draw that picture by following the instructions given. When the description is finished, the child who most accurately reproduced the picture takes a turn at describing.
Face Match Interactive
Read or listen to a description of a person. You'll see six faces. Which is the right person? Click on the face and then click on 'choose' to see if you are correct.
Find The Difference Interactive
A set of find the difference games. Can be played on line or printed.
Match The Kit Interactive
Look at the footballers, choose from drop down menus to match what the footballers are wearing.
Memory Games Printables Download
Memory game worksheets help foster good study habits and improved reading comprehension! Our printable memory games help children practice memorizing words, images, and numbers. Use them with your child as a subtle educational exercise, an on-the-go activity for road trips, or a way to study for an upcoming test.
Seaside Spot The Difference Printable
Can your children spot the difference on these two seaside images?