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Covering all core subject areas of the curriculum with 1000s of free teaching ideas and resources for the classroom; you can easily find KS1 English lesson plans for hand-writing instructions or a weekly guide to phonics for Phases 1-6 that includes a clear breakdown of high-frequency and tricky words. One of our most popular KS2 maths lesson plans explains how to create a fun way to teach fractions, decimals and percentages. Do you know where you would place 0.7 to keep the list in ascending order?
There are classroom resources for all GCSE and A level subjects. Whether you are looking for stimulus for creative writing or preparing activities for the top set or lower ability group, TES Resources’ KS4 English lesson plans has over 2,000 teaching resources. Our KS4 maths lesson plans cover the whole curriculum from linear graphs to recognising the different measures of average. For science teachers, save time with ready to print worksheets such as the ones found in the plans for KS3 chemistry lessons for recording of data from classroom activities.
Inspiration and essential guides on lesson design and principles which can be used in conjunction with the lesson planning PowerPoint presentations. These guides and planning structures are useful for both NQTs and student teachers with handy diagrams and do not assume prior knowledge.
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Hundreds of worksheets and classroom resources for all key stages, shared by teachers on TES, have been grouped by subject specialists to focus on key areas for each subject and phase.