Use the literacy worksheets below with the ‘Roy’ guided reading story. There are lots of other worksheets for the reading games, these can be found with the lesson plans.
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Sentences - Missing Words
Help Roy put the missing words into the sentences.Download worksheet
Sentences - Fix the Sentence
Roy's got his words all muddled up! Can you help him sort the words so his sentences make sense?Download worksheet
Sentences - Muddled Words
Oops! More muddled words that don't make any sense. Can you help Roy sort the words so his sentences make sense?Download worksheet
Collecting Full Stops
Roy wants to collect some full stops. Read the story, underline the full stop and put it into Roy's bucket.Download worksheet
The Big Full Stop Tidy Up
There has been a big tidy up at the zoo. The zoo keepers have taken away all Roy's full stops. Can you help put them back in the right places?Download worksheet
Read the sentences about Roy. Write them underneath. Start each one with a capital letter.Download worksheet
Alphabetical Order - Alphabet Wheels
Look at the words in the tractor. Can you see their first letters? Copy them into the correct wheel.Download worksheet
Sort the Story
Oh dear! Someone has muddled up Roy's story. Can you cut the pictures out and put them back in order.Download worksheet
Look at each picture. What's happening? Write a caption for each of the pictures.Download worksheet
Capital Letters and Full Stops
Oh dear! George has forgotten all about capital letters and full stops. Can you re-write each sentence and put them in for him?Download worksheet
Read the poem about Roy. Fill in the missing words. Make sure they rhyme.Download worksheet
Read the rhymes and add the missing words. Make sure the sentence rhymes.Download worksheet
Sentences - Missing Words
Use the words in the box to fill in the gaps. Make sure the sentence makes sense.Download worksheet
Questions and Answers - Muddled Up Answers
The answers to these questions are all muddled up in the box. Can you write the correct answer to each question on the line?Download worksheet
Can you list some good ideas to help Roy find his herd?Download worksheet
Alphabetical Order - Match the Words
Can you read the words on the bus? Write each one in the correct suitcase.Download worksheet
Sentences - More Missing Words!
Can you choose a word from the box to put in the space in each sentence?Download worksheet
Questions and Answers
Think about the story you have just read. Answer these questions.Download worksheet
Roy has remembered his full stops but has forgotten about capital letters! Can you put them in for him by rewriting each sentence on the line below.Download worksheet
Consonant Vowel Consonant Words - Make Words
Roy is hungry. Make words by collecting fruit for him. Write the words on the lines.Download worksheet
Direct Speech - Speech Bubbles
Can you add some direct speech to these speech bubbles to show what Roy and Lucy are saying?Download worksheet
Sentences - Does it Make Sense?
Some of these sentences don't make sense. In the circles, draw a smiley face for a correct sentence and a sad face for a wrong sentence.Download worksheet
Sentences - Missing Words
Some naughty wildebeests have taken some of the words and hidden them in a bush. Can you find them and put them back in the right place?Download worksheet
Questions and Answers - What Happens?
Look at the picture and read the question. Write an answer to the question.Download worksheet
Can you see the words on the zebras? Use the words to make sentences. Make as many sentences as you can. You can use each word more than once. Write your sentences on the lines.Download worksheet
Can you read these signs? Draw a picture for each one.Download worksheet
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This is a list of capital cities, including the legislature or seat of government, of Pakistan and its current and former provinces, territories, and states.
Islamabad officially became the capital of Pakistan on 14 August 1967, exactly 20 years after the country's independence. Previously, Rawalpindi was the capital, designated in 1958. The first capital of Pakistan was the coastal city of Karachi, which was selected by Muhammad Ali Jinnah.  Karachi was and still is the largest city and economic capital of Pakistan. It remained the seat of government until 1959, when the military president, Ayub Khan, decided to build a new capital in the north of Pakistan, near the general headquarters of the Pakistani Armed Forces at Rawalpindi.
The legislature was based in Dacca in the province of East Bengal (later renamed East Pakistan).
The reasons for relocating the capital from Karachi are that it would reflect the diversity of the Pakistani people, it would be separated from the business and commercial activity of Karachi, and also it would be easily accessible from all parts of the country. The move to Islamabad was not completed until the late 1960s and for some years several government ministries were based in nearby Rawalpindi.
The capitals of the provinces and territories of Pakistan have remained the same since the 1970s when the current administrative structure was established. All four provincial capitals are the largest cities of their respective provinces.Pakistan has a total population of 197,361,691 according to 2011 census estimate.
|Azad Jammu and Kashmir||Autonomous Province||Muzaffarabad||725,000||960,000|
|Federally Administered Tribal Areas||Federal territory||2,746,490||4,452,913|
|Islamabad Capital Territory||Federal territory||Islamabad||529,180||1,151,868|