Useful information on:
Giving a talk
Worried about your basic skills?
Check out these presentations which might give you some support:
Also sites such as How to Spell which have quizzes and games to help you practice.
Love writing? Get started!
Useful advice and support: http://iwrite.org/?gclid=CMi5wtiJ5dICFYwQ0wodq88C_g
The Scottish Book Trust have up to date information on writing and other competitions:http://www.scottishbooktrust.com/writing/opportunities-for-writers/young-writers
Every month they have a 50 words story competition: http://www.scottishbooktrust.com/reading/the-50-word-fiction-competition
You can also find great competitions at https://youngwriters.co.uk/index
Love reading? Get going!
Here are some useful links to what to read:
Why not try some poetry? https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/browse#page=1&sort_by=recently_added&filter_poetry_children=1
The Reading Agency has a variety of ways you can get involved with reading.
Flocabulary have some literacy scavenger hunt activities you could try
Scottish Network for Able Pupils
If you feel your child needs more of a challenge, visit Glasgow University’s SNAP site and take a look at their resources: http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/education/ablepupils/resources/