This resource is aimed at pupils in junior/middle classes. It focuses on pupils’ knowledge of the difference between two/too/to. On the left hand side of each card is a short sentence with a missing word and on the right are the three options for the missing word to make the sentence make sense – two, too, to.
The cards are printed four per A4 page.
Pupils should, if they are able, read the sentence on the left of each card and attach a clothes peg to the correct answer on the right hand side of the card.
This activity is especially suitable for pupils who may not be able to write answers but who can read and comprehend, therefore it is a way for them to demonstrate this understanding. It is also good for fine motor skills in the manipulation of the pegs onto the cards.
Cut up the sheets into 24 separate cards and laminate the cards individually. This pack could be an ideal activity for literacy Station Teaching. A pack of six sets could be put together, one for each pupil in the group, to be completed at one of the stations.
This pack could be used as a form of Assessment after completing some work on the difference between two/too/to.
We frequently gave activities such as this for homework to our SEN pupils. It gave them the sense that they had homework like everyone else and it also allowed the parents to see what language/grammar topic we were currently working on.