Joining Words to Make a Compound Noun SPaG Lesson Teaching Pack

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  • Thanks and I have just read Carrie's reply as I will be using my Ipad in class.

    , Nov 12th
    • Hi middle123,
      You're very welcome, glad we could help! :)

      , Nov 13th
  • Hi MrsSJG, thank you for your comment. The best way to open a zip file on an ipad is to install dropbox and open a free account, if you then click download on the resource it will ask you if you want to open it with dropbox. I hope this helps! :)

    , Jun 24th
  • How can you download a zip file onto an iPad? Thanks!

    , Jun 24th
Joining Words to Make a Compound Noun SPaG Lesson Teaching Pack

Joining Words to Make a Compound Noun SPaG Lesson Teaching Pack - In this lesson pack, the informative PowerPoint can be used to explain what a compound noun is and how they are spelt. Children can then either practice identifying compound nouns using the
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  • Joining Words to Make a Compound Noun SPaG Lesson Teaching Pack [PPT]
  • Worksheet Making Your Own Compound Nouns LA [PDF]
  • Worksheet Making Your Own Compound Nouns MA [PDF]
  • Worksheet Making Your Own Compound Nouns HA [PDF]
  • Activity Compound Noun Place Names [PDF]

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