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Y1 Maths Mastery Planning Autumn Block 2 Week 4 Addition and Subtraction

Y1 Maths Mastery Planning Autumn Block 2 Week 4 Addition and Subtraction

3 days of Y1 Maths planning based on a Mastery Maths principle incorporating Varied Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills plus a Practise session for children to apply their skills independently. An example Stem Sentence to use each lesson is also included. Based on the White Rose small steps approach, the NCETM mastery approach and using examples from both these, NRICH and my own ideas. Each day includes sheets to record the steps in the lesson as you go, although some sessions could also be done directly into books. They have been used in more than one class and children showed good progression in learning and excellent understanding and application of skills on the practise examples. This example includes lessons on: Finding a Part Subtraction: Taking away Subtraction: The subtraction symbol I am planning on adding more examples if these are useful. Please note, these are plans based on my own class and should be adapted to suit the needs of your own children. Weekly plans can have anything from 3-5 lessons on it, depending upon what is going on in school.
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CHRISTMAS QUIZ #1 AWESOME

CHRISTMAS QUIZ #1 AWESOME

OUTSTANDING RESOURCE – VERY SIMPLE TO LEAD AND LOTS OF FUN FOR YOUR STUDENTS! Guaranteed success. You have the ability to edit, save and modify files. I have tested it on my students from years 7-13, a range of questions easy, medium and challenge! Students engaged learning and having fun. 6 ROUNDS BASED ON QUESTIONS RELATED TO CHRISTMAS CATEGORIES ARE SPORT, MUSIC, GEOGRAPHY, POP CULTURE, TRUE/FALSE, CHRISTMAS. 5 QUESTIONS in each round. 30 questions in total. Divide the class up or do it individually your choice, Very clear and simple to use and follow. Bring a bit of Christmas joy to your classroom, whilst also getting your students learning. FUN FOR ALL! I hope you enjoy using this as much as I did. Please give me feedback as I am interested in finding out if this resource was successful for you and your class. 18 Slide PowerPoint with answer slide at back if required (slide 18), Word document answer sheet for each group to collate answers,
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Māori Myths and Legends – How Māui Slowed the Sun

Māori Myths and Legends – How Māui Slowed the Sun

These are fun and engaging activity sheets for the story ‘How Māui Slowed the Sun’. Plenty of activities to pick-and-choose from. Simply print and you’re ready to go! A great addition to a unit study on Māori Myths and Legends. Most of the activity sheets can be used with any retelling of this story. There are a few activities that were made using the story written by Peter Gossage. These activities are marked with an asterisk (*). Activities: ♦ Cloze – fill in the missing words * ♦ Word search * ♦ Order events in the story * ♦ Similes – write and draw 4 similes * ♦ Drama – Freeze frame cards * ♦ Music – Sound effect cards * ♦ Storyboard – with words * ♦ Storyboard – without words ♦ Write a poem (noun, adjectives, verbs, thought, synonym) ♦ Acrostic poem ♦ Jawbone – decorate and write ♦ List – write a list of possible jobs people had to do during the short days ♦ 5 senses – what a character may see, hear, smell, etc ♦ Thought bubbles - what a character may be thinking ♦ Story outline – problem, response, action, outcome ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end (paper foldable) ♦ Art – draw a face on the sun ♦ Newspaper article – write and draw ♦ Graph – tally chart and block graph ♦ Bookmark ♦ Character traits ♦ Wall ball – write and draw ♦ Diorama – write and draw (paper foldable) ♦ Art – decorate the sun in the same style as the illustrator ♦ Pattern art ♦ Book cover – design a new one ♦ Book dust jacket ♦ Story review ♦ Flap booklet - write and/or draw. With and without headings. ♦ Holiday suitcases – needs and wants ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Award design ♦ T-shirt design ♦ Flip-flap booklet – 4 flaps (paper foldable) ♦ Postcard ♦ Comic strip ♦ Reporter questions ♦ Email writing ♦ Letter writing ♦ Selfie photo drawing ♦ Text writing ♦ Gift giving – think and write ♦ Is / Can / Has - brainstorm ♦ Binoculars – draw and write ♦ I-pad – draw picture ♦ Party plan ♦ Bedroom plan ♦ 30 second talks – oral language activity ♦ Bingo board templates ♦ Graphic organiser – staying safe in the sun ♦ Poster design – how to be sun smart ♦ Reading challenge Answer sheets are provided for the word search, cloze, and ordering events activities. Designed on A4 size paper. The word search is also included in my Maori Myths and Legends Word Search resource. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Māori Myths and Legends – Rona and the Moon

Māori Myths and Legends – Rona and the Moon

These are fun and engaging activity sheets for the story ‘Rona and the Moon’. Plenty of activities to pick-and-choose from. Simply print and you’re ready to go! A great addition to a unit study on Māori Myths and Legends. Most of the activity sheets can be used with any retelling of this story. There are a few activities that were made using the story written by Peter Gossage. These activities are marked with an asterisk (*). Activities: ♦ Cloze – fill in the missing words * ♦ Word search * ♦ Order events in the story * ♦ Order steps and draw pictures to make Rona’s hangi * ♦ Graphic organiser – research facts about fishing with a hīnaki * ♦ 30 second talks – oral language activity * ♦ Drama – Freeze frame cards * ♦ Music – Sound effect cards * ♦ Storyboard – with words * ♦ Storyboard – without words ♦ Write a poem (noun, verbs, adjectives, synonym) ♦ Acrostic poem ♦ 5 senses – what a character may see, hear, smell, etc ♦ Thought bubbles - what a character may be thinking ♦ Story outline – problem, response, action, outcome ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end (paper foldable) ♦ Art – draw Rona and the tree on the moon ♦ Newspaper article – write and draw ♦ Graph – tally chart and block graph ♦ Bookmark ♦ Character traits ♦ Wall ball – write and draw ♦ Diorama – write and draw (paper foldable) ♦ Art – decorate the moon in the same style as the illustrator ♦ Pattern art ♦ Book cover – design a new one ♦ Book dust jacket ♦ Story review ♦ Flap booklet - write and/or draw. With and without headings. ♦ Holiday suitcases – needs and wants ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Award design ♦ T-shirt design ♦ Flip-flap booklet – write facts/fibs about the moon (paper foldable) ♦ Postcard ♦ Comic strip ♦ Reporter questions ♦ Email writing ♦ Letter writing ♦ Selfie photo drawing ♦ Text writing ♦ Gift giving – think and write ♦ Missing poster ♦ Is / Can / Has - brainstorm ♦ Binoculars – draw and write ♦ I-pad – draw picture ♦ Party plan ♦ Bedroom plan ♦ Bingo board templates ♦ Graphic organiser – what to do if you get upset ♦ Poster design – how to deal with anger instead of speaking unkindly ♦ Reading challenge Answer sheets are provided for the following activities: word search, ordering the steps of Rona’s hangi, cloze, and ordering events in the story. Designed on A4 size paper. The word search is also included in my Maori Myths and Legends Word Search resource. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Māori Myths and Legends – Hinemoa and Tūtānekai

Māori Myths and Legends – Hinemoa and Tūtānekai

These are fun and engaging activity sheets for the story ‘Hinemoa and Tūtānekai’. Plenty of activities to pick-and-choose from. Simply print and you’re ready to go! A great addition to a unit study on Māori Myths and Legends. Most of the activity sheets can be used with any retelling of this story. There are a few activities that were made using the story written by Peter Gossage. These activities are marked with an asterisk (*). Activities: ♦ Cloze – fill in the missing words * ♦ Word search * ♦ Order events in the story * ♦ Drama – Freeze frame cards * ♦ Music – Sound effect cards * ♦ Storyboard – with words * ♦ Storyboard – without words ♦ Write a poem (noun, verbs, adjectives, synonym) ♦ Acrostic poem ♦ 5 senses – what a character may see, hear, smell, etc ♦ Thought bubbles - what a character may be thinking ♦ Story outline – problem, response, action, outcome ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end (paper foldable) ♦ Newspaper article – write and draw ♦ Graph – tally chart and block graph ♦ Bookmark ♦ Character traits ♦ Wall ball – write and draw ♦ Diorama – write and draw (paper foldable) ♦ Art – decorate the heart in the same style as the illustrator ♦ Pattern art ♦ Book cover – design a new one ♦ Book dust jacket ♦ Story review ♦ Flap booklet - write and/or draw. With and without headings. ♦ Holiday suitcases – needs and wants ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Award design ♦ T-shirt design ♦ Flip-flap booklet – 4 flaps (paper foldable) ♦ Postcard ♦ Comic strip ♦ Reporter questions ♦ Email writing ♦ Letter writing ♦ Selfie photo drawing ♦ Text writing ♦ Gift giving – think and write ♦ Missing poster ♦ Is / Can / Has - brainstorm ♦ 30 second talks – oral language activity ♦ Binoculars – draw and write ♦ I-pad – draw picture ♦ Party plan ♦ Bedroom plan ♦ Bingo board templates ♦ Water safety – write some rules ♦ Water safety – design a poster ♦ Reading challenge Answer sheets are provided for the word search, cloze, and ordering events activities. Designed on A4 size paper. The word search is also included in my Maori Myths and Legends Word Search resource. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Māori Myths and Legends – The Fish of Māui

Māori Myths and Legends – The Fish of Māui

These are fun and engaging activity sheets for the story ‘The Fish of Māui’. Plenty of activities to pick-and-choose from. Simply print and you’re ready to go! A great addition to a unit study on Māori Myths and Legends. Most of the activity sheets can be used with any retelling of this story. There are a few activities that were made using the story written by Peter Gossage. These activities are marked with an asterisk (*). Activities: ♦ Cloze – fill in the missing words * ♦ Word search * ♦ Order events in the story * ♦ Drama – Freeze frame cards * ♦ Music – Sound effect cards * ♦ Storyboard – with words * ♦ Storyboard – without words ♦ Write a poem (noun, adjectives, verbs, thought, synonym) ♦ Acrostic poem ♦ 5 senses – what a character may see, hear, smell, etc ♦ Thought bubbles - what a character may be thinking ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end (paper foldable) ♦ Newspaper article – write and draw ♦ Graph – tally chart and block graph ♦ Bookmark ♦ Character traits ♦ Wall ball – write and draw ♦ Diorama – write and draw (paper foldable) ♦ Art – decorate the jawbone in the same style as the illustrator ♦ Pattern art ♦ Book cover – design a new one ♦ Book dust jacket ♦ Story review ♦ Flap booklet - write and/or draw. With and without headings. ♦ Holiday suitcases – needs and wants ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Award design ♦ T-shirt design ♦ Flip-flap booklet – 4 flaps (paper foldable) ♦ Postcard ♦ Comic strip ♦ Reporter questions ♦ Email writing ♦ Letter writing ♦ Selfie photo drawing ♦ Text writing ♦ Gift giving – think and write ♦ Is / Can / Has - brainstorm ♦ Binoculars – draw and write ♦ I-pad – draw picture ♦ Party plan ♦ Bedroom plan ♦ 30 second talks – oral language activity ♦ Bingo board templates ♦ Jawbone – what would you like to catch? ♦ Drawing – sea creature in the shape of the North Island ♦ Graphic Organiser – hīnaki fishing – research and write notes ♦ Graphic Organiser – traditional Māori fishing – research and write notes ♦ Graphic organiser – fishing rules ♦ Poster design – fishing safety ♦ Reading challenge Answer sheets are provided for the word search, cloze, and ordering events activities. Designed on A4 size paper. The word search is also included in my Maori Myths and Legends Word Search resource. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Māori Myths and Legends – The Giant of Lake Wakatipu

Māori Myths and Legends – The Giant of Lake Wakatipu

These are fun and engaging activity sheets for the story ‘The Giant of Lake Wakatipu’. Plenty of activities to pick-and-choose from. Simply print and you’re ready to go! A great addition to a unit study on Māori Myths and Legends. Most of the activity sheets can be used with any retelling of this story. There are a few activities that were made using the story written by Peter Gossage. These activities are marked with an asterisk (*). Activities: ♦ Cloze – fill in the missing words * ♦ Word search * ♦ Order events in the story * ♦ Drama – Freeze frame cards * ♦ Music – Sound effect cards * ♦ Creative drawing – 2 headed dog * ♦ Storyboard – with words * ♦ Storyboard – without words ♦ Write a poem (noun, verbs, adjectives, synonym) ♦ Acrostic poem ♦ 5 senses – what a character may see, hear, smell, etc ♦ Thought bubbles - what a character may be thinking ♦ Story outline – problem, response, action, outcome ♦ Trifold – beginning, middle, end (paper foldable) ♦ Newspaper article – write and draw ♦ Graph – tally chart and block graph ♦ Bookmark ♦ Creative thinking – giant killing plan and equipment needed ♦ Character traits ♦ Wall ball – write and draw ♦ Diorama – write and draw (paper foldable) ♦ Art – decorate the footprint in the same style as the illustrator ♦ Pattern art ♦ Book cover – design a new one ♦ Book dust jacket ♦ Story review ♦ Flap booklet - write and/or draw. With and without headings. ♦ Holiday suitcases – needs and wants ♦ Postage stamp design ♦ Award design ♦ T-shirt design ♦ Flip-flap booklet – 4 flaps (paper foldable) ♦ Postcard ♦ Comic strip ♦ Reporter questions ♦ Email writing ♦ Letter writing ♦ Selfie photo drawing ♦ Text writing ♦ Gift giving – think and write ♦ Missing poster ♦ Is / Can / Has - brainstorm ♦ 30 second talks – oral language activity ♦ Binoculars – draw and write ♦ I-pad – draw picture ♦ Party plan ♦ Bedroom plan ♦ Bingo board templates ♦ Water safety – write some rules ♦ Water safety – design a poster ♦ Reading challenge Answer sheets are provided for the word search, cloze, and ordering events activities. Designed on A4 size paper. The word search is also included in my Maori Myths and Legends Word Search resource. © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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Aboriginal Seasons

Aboriginal Seasons

This download contains information slides on Aboriginal Seasons and sheet for students to complete. This links well with the Australian Curriculum HASS learning aspects. Each Aboriginal group had their own seasons. Included in this package are: ♦Noongar (11 pages) ♦Yolngu (9 pages) ♦Miriwoong (6 pages) ♦Anangu Pitjantjarjara (8 pages) No instructions on how to use this resource are included. Suggested uses would be to use the slides as a presentation and then have the summarise each season on their sheet after viewing each slide. →This product is not editable ← ***WAIT*** This resource is included in Year 1 HASS Weather and Seasons ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Other products you might be interested in: ⇨ Australian Emblem Posters ⇨Aboriginal Barrier Games ⇨Aboriginal Culture Unit ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Follow me for latest products, giveaways, freebies tips, tricks and more! Facebook Blog Pinterest ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Please note I am an Australian seller and unless otherwise stated the product uses Australian English. This should not affect the use of this product in other countries. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ♥ ♥() ♥ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Terms of Use: You may use this product for classroom and personal use. You may not share this product digitally or as a hard copy or upload it to the internet. © Mrs Amy 123
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Words in Words Bundle

Words in Words Bundle

A simple, engaging activity where knowing the answers in advance is the key. Photocopy the attached worksheet for each student. Spaces are numbered for an instant word tally. Includes 8 worksheets and answers using school related words. The listed words are from multiple dictionaries (US and UK) and therefore may not be listed in the dictionary students are using.
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Numbers Mega Connect 4 game

Numbers Mega Connect 4 game

This can be played by 2 or 3 students at a time. Each student marks boxes with his initials when a box is won. Wrong answers leave the box blank, for another student (or the same student on another turn) to try later. A box is won if the student correctly identifies the number. Students try to get 4 boxes in a row. Includes all numbers 1 to 100. Good for any language.
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