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I enjoy creating high quality resources to help students achieve their full learning potential. Many of my products contain flexible lesson plans, differentiated worksheets and practical activities and PowerPoint Presentations on a wide range of subjects.

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I enjoy creating high quality resources to help students achieve their full learning potential. Many of my products contain flexible lesson plans, differentiated worksheets and practical activities and PowerPoint Presentations on a wide range of subjects.
Sikhism  and The 5 Ks Non-Fiction Reading Comprehension Assessment Revision
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Sikhism and The 5 Ks Non-Fiction Reading Comprehension Assessment Revision

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This is resource is on the topic of Sikhism. It is an introductory booklet that aims to cover the key features of the Sikh religion including the the K’s. Ideal resource for revision/assessment. It contains a contents page, glossary of terms and texts with sub-headings and questions. The booklet can be ‘dipped’ into as a non-fiction resource depending on what you are teaching. **Topics covered: ** -Guru Nanak - Founder of Sikhism (First Guru) -Guru Gobind Singh - Founder of the Khalsa and the Five Ks (Tenth and last human Guru) -The Meaning of the Five Ks -What happens in a Gurdwara? -Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) -The Khalsa baptism (Amrit ceremony) -The Langar -Seva -Ik Onkar symbol -The Khanda symbol -The Nisham Sahib (Sikh flag) There are a mixture of direct questions, questions which require inference, multiple choice questions with tick box, labelling and ICT work (finding out more information). (In total 45 questions). Pupils are referred to the pages they need to look at to obtain the answers. Includes Specimen Answer booklet. Learning Objectives: To explore the Sikh religion and to understand it beliefs and practices and the meaning of its symbols. To understand why some Sikhs look similar in their appearance. Desired Outcome: That pupils get a good overview of the Sikh religion. Images are in the public domain: Microsoft clipart, www.ckler.com, pixabay free images, SikhiWiki free Sikh Encyclopaedia, free wikipedia encyclopaedia.
Split Digraphs- 5 Presentations, 5 Lesson Plans, Phonics Work - Activity Sheets, Practical lessons
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Split Digraphs- 5 Presentations, 5 Lesson Plans, Phonics Work - Activity Sheets, Practical lessons

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UPDATED - Includes PDF Format of all worksheets, lesson plans and word search solutions. This colourful resource is a detailed introduction to teaching split digraphs. There are 5 PowerPoint Presentations - which includes whole class activities. <strong>Each presentation focuses on a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e and u-e split digraphs. </strong> <strong>The phonic pack also contains: </strong> 5 lesson plans - slides are referred to in the plans - includes objectives and key questions. Differentiated activities - filling in split digraph letters, write sentences, word searches, correcting misspelt words (highlighted), e.g. hoem, tiem. Solution to the word searches Practical activities making split digraph words on laminated strips. Split digraph strips, letters a-z, consonant digraphs and consonant blends - to be laminated and cut out. Flashcards for teaching Teacher’s Notes If you only require worksheets only, visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/split-digraphs-phonics-worksheets-keystage-1-11589999 Goes well with: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phase-3-phonics-consonant-digraphs-vowel-digraphs-trigraphs-presentations-worksheets-activities-11073647 Images: www.clker.com, Microsoft clipart File type: Power Point, Microsoft Word and PDF
3D Shapes Christmas Theme - Presentation, Lesson Plan and Worksheet Activities
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3D Shapes Christmas Theme - Presentation, Lesson Plan and Worksheet Activities

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This product is covers 3D shapes that children might see in the shops during the Christmas period. Aimed at: Early Years/Year 1 and 2. A lovely 1 hour lesson in the lead up to Christmas. <strong>Content:</strong> PowerPoint Presentation - displays 3d shapes and a chart detailing their properties and pictures of 3D objects. There is a very short text on Len who is excited when he sees all the shapes he’s been learning about. There is a whole class activity on matching shapes and objects. Lesson Plan - (Learning objectives set out in the plan) - Lesson starter on quick review of 2D shapes and then the main activity on 3D shapes, referring to PowerPoint Slides, and a plenary. 3 worksheets - Activity 1 - cut/paste to decorate a Christmas tree with 3D objects, Activities 2 and 3 - Matching objects to 3D shapes with Answer Sheet. File type: PowerPoint, Word and pdf on Activity 1. I hope you enjoy using this resource. All the images are royalty free from Microsoft clipart.
Place Value: Tens and Ones/Units, Presentations, Lesson Plan, Practical Activities - KS1
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Place Value: Tens and Ones/Units, Presentations, Lesson Plan, Practical Activities - KS1

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This maths resources relates to place value: tens and ones. It can be used for reviewing tens and ones or teaching it from scratch, so the detailed lesson plan is flexible. Some preparation is needed to carry out the activities such as collection of different coloured straws, elastic bands, suggested materials such as counters, unifix cubes; cut out the 1 digit number tiles for the worksheet or you can get children to select two numbers from a pile, write it down and then describe the place value - see 5. in the list below. This product contains: Lesson Starter PowerPoint Presentation - Counting in tens from 0 to 100 and back. Also included is the Hundred Square if you need to demonstrate counting in steps or groups of 10. Main Lesson PowerPoint Presentation (50 Slides) together with lesson plan Detailed Lesson Plan (Presentation slides are referred to)- Includes whole class and independent activities. Place Value Grids - tens/ones and tens/units - for practical activities Blank Place Value Grid o Worksheet and Cut/paste activity sheets for making 2-digit numbers. Children choose a 1 -digit number from container 1 and another 1-digit number from container 2 to make a 2-digit number which they stick onto their worksheet and describe the number, e.g. 35 = 3 tens 5 ones; 30 + 5. Children are taken through step-by-step of what a 2-digit number stands for and why we need zero. Independent work is differentiated. Royalty free images from Microsoft clipart. Hope you enjoy this resource. You may be interested in: Place Value: Tens and Ones - Flashcards and Displays https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/place-value-tens-and-ones-units-tens-tower-s-ones-resources-teacher-s-notes-activities-11529070
Reading Comprehension Passage Adverbs and Adverbials
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Reading Comprehension Passage Adverbs and Adverbials

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This resource is a reading comprehension short story text mainly focusing on adverbs and adverbials used in the context of a story. There are comprehension questions on the text which includes identifying and sorting adverbial phrases and adverbs, describing fronted adverbials. It also includes: Searching for answers (Text-based evidence) Inference and interpreting Vocabulary work re: synonyms for verbs Sentence work re: amending a long sentence. Redraft story text - students use their own adverbs and adverbial phrases to modify the story thus creating their own version. This product is being sold separately: You may only be interested in this reading comprehension which is also contained in my other product on Adverbials which is part of the Adverbs Bundle. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/adverbial-phrases-and-fronted-adverbials-12209678 Thank you for your interest in my shop:)
Measuring Weight Mass Uniform Non-Standard Units  Presentations Lesson Plans Worksheets
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Measuring Weight Mass Uniform Non-Standard Units Presentations Lesson Plans Worksheets

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This maths pack relates to weight/mass lessons aimed at: EYFS/Year 1/2 A practical-based topic - to get children involved in comparing and weighing different objects and using vocabulary related to mass. Three clear lesson plans: Lesson 1 - Main Lesson - Comparing two objects (Starter Lesson: Reviewing days of the week) Lesson 2 - Main Lesson - Comparing two objects and then introducing a third object to find the heaviest and lightest. There is extension worksheet for the more able to compare four objects. (Starter Lesson: Reviewing months of the year) Lesson 3 - Main Lesson - Using uniform non-standard units to find ‘how many …’ something weighs. (Starter Lesson: Review O’clock times and half hour times) Each lesson plan contains learning objectives, lesson starter, main activities and plenary - questions to ask and elicit from the children to make them think about how we can find something out. There are 3 PowerPoint Presentations on each of the topics which includes whole class lesson starters, pictures showing weighing of objects and explanations. The slides are referred to in the lesson plans. Presentation 1 - 6 Slides Presentation 2 - 5 Slides Presentation 3 - 7 Slides Slides are referred to in the lesson plans. The main preparation needed is shown on a separate slide: suggested objects to use for children to carrying out their activities. Differentiated worksheets for each of the lessons. Each lesson is 1 hour - you can adapt to suit the level of your class. Whole lessons now contained in a file. Extra New worksheets - Updated 20 January 2020: Worksheet(x5) (cut/paste): Comparing two objects - Children look at the two pictures and then cut out either heavier or lighter to complete each sentence. Worksheet (x4) (fill in blank space): Comparing three objects - Children look at three pictures and then write the name of the object or animal which is heaviest or lightest. Worksheet (x4) (cut/paste): Arranging three objects above the words ‘heavy’ ‘heavier’ and ‘heaviest’ and ‘light’, ‘lighter’ and ‘lightest’. Children cut out a set of pictures of their choice and arrange them in the appropriate order above the words. Please see example sheet in preview pane. Thank you for visiting my shop:) Goes well with: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/numeracy-counting-and-ordering-shapes-and-measures-lessons-1-to-5-presentations-worksheets-10003068 File type: PowerPoint , MS Word and PDF Images are sourced from Microsoft clipart.
Telling the Time (24  hrs Analogue & Digital)  - Presentations, Lesson plans, Worksheets - Pack 2
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Telling the Time (24 hrs Analogue & Digital) - Presentations, Lesson plans, Worksheets - Pack 2

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This resource is an addition to my previous pack on time. There is a PowerPoint Presentation - each slide is referred to in the lesson plans. All lesson plans contain starter activities and lesson objectives. This product relates to telling and writing the time using am and pm and digital clocks. Content: Lesson 1: Read quarter to times - children will see the long hand points to 9. Lesson 2: Read the time at 5 minute intervals, e.g. 8.40 pm Lesson 3: Read 24 hour analogue clock why we use am/pm Lesson 4: Read 24 hour digital clock and convert am/pm to analogue times Lesson 5: Time problem questions - Slides on how to approach them. Interactive clock websites are referred to in lesson plan 4: https://www.visnos.com/demos/clock and https://www.visnos.com/demos/two-clocks There are 5 detailed lesson plans on how you can teach the above lessons with the PowerPoint slides for whole class teaching. You can choose what you want to include from the lesson plans. There are differentiated worksheets for each lesson. The lessons also include practical activities to reinforce the concept of time. File Type: PowerPoint Presentation, Word and PDF formats All images in the public domain: Microsoft clipart and www.clker.com Pack 1 of 2 Resources can be found at: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/clocks-telling-the-time-analogue-and-digital-12-hour-clock-11030239
Division: Grouping - PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan and Worksheets Keystage 1
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Division: Grouping - PowerPoint Presentation, Lesson Plan and Worksheets Keystage 1

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This product relates to division focussing on grouping. The lesson conveniently follows on from sharing equally. The lesson models grouping in a ‘hands on’ way. Aimed at: Keystage 1, and SEN students. Content: PowerPoint Presentation (26 Slides), includes whole class activities, what grouping means and put into real life context, explaining and writing number sentences. The meaning of the division sign is explained in a number sentence in the context of ‘grouping’. Flexible detailed Lesson Plan - includes lesson starter (counting in 2s, 5s and 10s, lesson objectives, explains main activities and plenary. 3 sets of worksheets - includes circling groups, describing groupings, and writing number sentences. File Type: PowerPoint Presentation, MS Word and PDF Thank you for visiting my shop:-)
Adverbial Phrases and  Fronted Adverbials
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Adverbial Phrases and Fronted Adverbials

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This product reviews adverbs and then focusses on adverbial phrases. It deals with grouping adverbials of manner, time and frequency, place, purpose/reason and adverbials of degree/intensity. Presentation explains how adverbial phrases act as adverbs in a sentence. Also includes fronted adverbials. Learning objectives and success criteria are included in the lesson. Content: • PowerPoint Presentation (36 Slides) • Differentiated worksheet activities • Writing exercises – Tell Us More • Adverb/Adverbial Phrase Mats for reference • Reading text: focussing on adverbial phrases and comprehension questions with PDF fillable worksheets. PowerPoint Presentation (also saved in PDF format) The presentation starts with a quick review of adverbs and their grouping. Worksheets Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases Sort (1) and (2) – Students sort the adverbs and adverbial phrases under the correct headings. Worksheet – Tasks A and B: Match Up activity. Students draw lines to match up a sentence to a suitable adverbial phrase. Worksheet – Using Adverbials (1) – Students write the beginning of their sentences and then tick any of the eight adverbial phrases to finish off. An example is given on the worksheet. Worksheet – Using Adverbials (2) – This worksheet follows on from Adverbials (1) in that students rewrite their sentence but place the adverbial phrase at the beginning remembering to use the comma. Worksheets (2 pages): More exercises on writing fronted adverbials. Extra worksheets 6. Tell Us More worksheets: Students are presented with 8 simple sentences for students to develop into interesting sentences giving more information. E.g. Basic sentence: Peter got up. Using adverbs/adverbials: Early next morning, Peter got up in a hurry. Challenge: Reading story text and completing associated tasks. Also includes comprehension questions - retrieving information, inference, identifying, vocabulary work and creative writing. If you are only interested in the reading comprehension, please click the link below: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/reading-comprehension-adverbs-and-adverbials-12210210 Thank you for visiting my shop:)
Noah's Ark, the Flood, Rainbow symbol: Presentations, 5 Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Cut/Paste Activity
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Noah's Ark, the Flood, Rainbow symbol: Presentations, 5 Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Cut/Paste Activity

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UPDATED with PDF worksheets and specimen answer sheet for cut/paste sequence. This resource pack consists of: 2 PowerPoint Presentations - includes whole class activities. 5 Lesson Plans - includes learning objectives/outcomes Differentiated activity worksheets Presentation 1 and Lesson Plan 1 - on the topic of making promises and relate to children’s experiences of making and breaking promises and that ‘bad secrets’ are disguised as promises. Presentation 2 - Tells the story of Noah and God’s covenant/promise to the world with colourful pictures - includes whole class activities. Each lesson plan refers to the numbered slides and what activities children undertake to achieve the learning objectives. Lesson 1 - What are promises/making and breaking promises - 2 differentiated worksheets - Link to SEAL - Promising not to misbehave, to share classroom equipment etc. Lesson 2 - Noah is chosen - 2 differentiated worksheet activities that include describing Noah’s character from the text/labelling. Lesson 3 - Building the ark/people laughing at Noah - Cut/paste activity cutting out animals to stick onto the ark then colour in. Lesson 4 - The Flood and after - Cut/paste sequencing activity to show how it was safe for Noah to leave the ark with Answer Sheet. Lesson 5 - Recount of the story - Sort the paragraphs in order on PowerPoint then differentiated writing activities at tables/colour in rainbow. Link Lesson 5 to Art - make a rainbow poster and children write what they promise to do on strips of paper. Resources are editable to suit the different abilities of your pupils. File type: PowerPoint, MSWord and PDF. Images: Microsoft clipart, www.clker.com. I sketched the ark. Thank you for visiting my shop:-)
Money: Euros and Cents Presentation, Lesson Plans, Worksheets/Cut&Paste  Pack 1
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Money: Euros and Cents Presentation, Lesson Plans, Worksheets/Cut&Paste Pack 1

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This resource material is for countries using the euro currency. This pack relates to euros and euro cents. Aimed at KS1/Kindergarten/Grade 1 and ESL/EFL students. The presentation is a step-by-step approach to teaching euros/cents. <strong>This pack contains:</strong> - A comprehensive PowerPoint Presentation (46 Slides) - divided into convenient sections. 1. Identifying and describing coins and their value 2. Adding up cents and adding prices of items 3. Looking at combination of coins and comparing/matching coins of equivalent value, e.g. five 1 cents is worth the same as a 5 cent coin. 4. Giving change - working out how much change you would get from 5c, 10c, and 20c. The Presentation also includes whole class activities and different strategies students can use to work out money problems. There is a separate Presentation on general introduction and a list of countries that use euros as their currency. 4 Flexible Lesson Plans - contains objectives, plenaries and main lesson. PowerPoint slides are referred to in the lesson plans. ** Worksheets ** <strong>Lesson 1</strong> - Matching each coin to its value - There are two sets of activities. (1) Write the value opposite the coin and practise writing the euro signs. (2) Cut and paste each coin to the correct value shown. <strong>Lesson 2</strong> - Let’s Go Shopping (1) - adding two items together - Let’s Go Shopping (2) - adding three items together Optional cut and paste Match up Money Bags activity - Students add the prices of the pictures together to get the total and then match the bag of 1 cent coins to the correct sum. <strong>Lesson 3</strong> - 4 Worksheets called Euro Money Bags 1, 2, 3, and 4. Students draw combination of coins to match the price tag. <strong>Lesson 4</strong> - 2 Giving change worksheets - Price tag is shown and then the coin. Students work out what change they would receive if they spent the money shown on the price tag and paid with, e.g. a 10 cent coin. Sample worksheets and Slides are shown in preview pane. File Type: PowerPoint , Word and PDF format. You may be interested in the pack 2: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/money-euros-and-cents-presentation-lesson-plans-worksheets-activities-2-11633171 Hope you enjoy using this resource. Royalty free images via Microsoft clipart, www.clker.com. Triangular page border designed by SillyOMusic.
Digraphs Ph and Wh  Presentations, Lesson Plans,  Activities, Audio (Listening), Worksheets - KS1
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Digraphs Ph and Wh Presentations, Lesson Plans, Activities, Audio (Listening), Worksheets - KS1

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**This phonics resource focuses on the digraphs ph and wh. ** Aimed at: Foundation/Keystage 1, SEN students, EAL and ESL students. Content Lesson Focus: Digraph 'Ph’ PowerPoint Presentation (includes whole class activities) - click/drag mouse to match pictures/words; unscramble jumbled words; Listening tasks - (click on speaker icon) - See a preview of one of the slides. Lesson Plan (include learning objectives and plenary) - slides are referred to in the plan Differentiated worksheet activities - cut/paste activities, trace over dots. Differentiated Extension worksheets Flashcard and pictures (extended practical activities) Set of flashcards showing highlighted digraph **Lesson Focus: Digraph ‘Wh’ ** PowerPoint Presentation (includes whole class activities) - click/drag mouse to match pictures/words; Audio -there are listening tasks in the presentation - see example Slide 3 in preview pane Lesson Plan (including learning objectives and plenary)- slides are referred to in the plan Differentiated worksheet activities - Cut/paste activities, trace over dots. Differentiated Extension worksheets Flashcard and pictures (extended practical matching activities) Set of flashcards showing highlighted digraph Revision on both ph and wh digraphs: PowerPoint Presentation (includes whole class activities and audio/ listening tasks) Lesson Plan (lesson objectives and plenary) Cut and paste sorting activity - ph or wh Differentiated extension worksheets Word Search and Solution on digraph ph Word Search and Solution on digraph wh The additional resource to go with this pack are A4 size flashcards with pictures/words in print and cursive writing: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/digraph-flashcards-wh-ph-sh-ch-th-ng-and-ck-11367425 All images are royalty free from Microsoft clipart and pixabay free images
Dot Plots Line Plots Worksheets Presentation Frequency Tables
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Dot Plots Line Plots Worksheets Presentation Frequency Tables

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This resource relates to statistics on the topic of dot plots. It introduces dot plots on PowerPoint (12 Slides). The presentation demonstrates how the data was collected, rearranging data in numerical order, and presenting the data on a frequency table. Using the information on the frequency table, students are shown how to create a dot plot/line plot via Slide Show animation. Two detailed examples are shown. Content: • PowerPoint Presentation (12 Slides) • 1 Flexible Lesson Plan (1- 2 hrs) • 2 Sets of worksheets (4pgs) • 1 ready-made project sheet for students to survey their table group • 1 project sheet example Flexible Lesson Plan (4 pgs) The plan includes a lesson starter on adding two-digit numbers together. The method is adding the tens numbers first and then counting on the ones for quick mental addition. (If you wish, you can choose your own mental starters). Also includes lesson objectives, main activities on dot plots and recap session. Presentation slides are referred to and there are suggested questions you might want to ask your students. PowerPoint Presentation The presentation explains a dot plot and then looks at two examples from capturing the raw data, presenting them in frequency tables, and then creating dot plots. Case study 1: Students are shown how Mr Smith creates a dot plot from data how long it takes his staff to travel to school. Case study 2: Students are shown how Miss Tucker creates a dot plot to see how many siblings each of her students have. Independent Practice Worksheet 1 (2pgs): Selling Cupcakes Page 1 - Students read a very short paragraph in order to insert the information in a frequency table and then they create a dot plot. Page 2 – Students interpret the dot plot by answering 8 questions. Worksheet 2 (2pgs): How Many Minutes to Eat Lunch Page 1 - Students read the data on the frequency table to complete a dot plot. Page 2 - Students answer 9 questions about the dot plot. Answer sheets included. Early finishers/Extra work Project sheet: In their groups, student carry out a small survey on how many siblings each person in their group has. The students complete the ready-made sheet and then create a dot plot. An example sheet is included. See UK Version https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/dot-plots-line-plots-worksheets-presentation-frequency-tables-12317289 You also be interested in Pictographs, Block Graphs, Bar Charts and Tallying https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/pictograms-block-graphs-tally-chart-tables-bar-charts-presentations-worksheets-11233470 Thank you for visiting my shop:)
Telling the Time :  Clock Bingo, Calling cards, Dominoes (analogue/digital), Time snap Game
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Telling the Time : Clock Bingo, Calling cards, Dominoes (analogue/digital), Time snap Game

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This activity pack contains clock/time resources for practical activities to reinforce learning of time and having fun at the same time. Bingo cards are whole page size - print and laminate Ideally print out the other resources onto card paper, laminate and cut out - use again and again. Editable Call out cards 6 Clock bingo cards – showing o’clock times 20 Clock bingo cards – showing o’clock and half past times 40 Clock bingo cards – showing o’clock, half past, quarter before/after times 5 sets of Domino cards – print off, laminate, cut out - (analogue/digital) Set of clocks - to print off and laminate - can use for time snap and/or sequencing time activity Practical Activities you can set up for students to play: Time bingo (analogue clocks) use with non-permanent dry-erase pens Clock sort – mix up the clocks and students sort clockwise the times from 1 o’ clock to 12 o’clock. Children can play time snap – Print the larger clocks several times. You can say a time and the children pick either the word card or the clock that matches that time. Play clock dominoes (analogue/digital)– reinforce reading the time. Resources are editable. All resources contained in a folder within a zip file - right click with mouse to open zip file and then open the folder. Thank you for visiting my shop:-) https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/pack-1-clocks-telling-the-time-analogue-and-digital-12-hour-clock-11030239 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/pack-2-telling-the-time-24-hrs-analogue-and-digital-presentations-lesson-plans-worksheets-11195427 Clocks from www.clker.com
The Water Cycle: Worksheets and Cut and Paste Activities and Jigsaw Puzzles (Colour/b&w)
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The Water Cycle: Worksheets and Cut and Paste Activities and Jigsaw Puzzles (Colour/b&w)

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This resource comprises 5 worksheets on the water cycle and a missing jigsaw activity. The worksheets are also on PowerPoint and PDF format. These are additional worksheets you can give out during the lesson, use as assessment on the water cycle or as homework.  Two worksheets require students to write about the water cycle in their own words.  Three worksheets entail cut and paste activities. The simpler activities are cutting out the word strips and glue them onto the correct blank space to show the water cycle process.  The other cut and paste activity requires students to write the title in their workbooks or on a separate sheet of paper. Then they write about each word, cut out the strip and glue it into their workbooks. Some students may only be able to complete 4 strips. Let them choose a word to write about. Once the students have written something about each word, they can draw a picture for each strip.  There is a jigsaw puzzle to complete. It has 4 pieces missing with which students complete the puzzle picture of the water cycle. When this is completed, student cut out and stick the labels into the correct spaces on the completed puzzle. A finished puzzle is included to how the puzzle should look. NB: The picture was drawn on the computer and coloured in by hand.  Missing Jigsaw Puzzle pieces (b/w) – Print off the page with just one puzzle piece in place. Students complete the whole puzzle by cutting out the rest of the puzzles (8 pieces) and sticking them in place to complete the water cycle picture. Then as above, cut out the words and glue beneath the correct picture, e.g. precipitation would go beneath the rain cloud. Students can then colour in. Hope you enjoy using these resources.
Reading Comprehension, Sentence/Word work, Creative writing, Role play- PowerPoint - Lessons 1 to 5)
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Reading Comprehension, Sentence/Word work, Creative writing, Role play- PowerPoint - Lessons 1 to 5)

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UPDATED COVER IMAGE Short story text that focuses on particular aspects of the English language. This literacy resource pack includes 5 lessons:- Powerpoint Presentation on all the lessons - the reading text is on PowerPoint and Word format for activities and whole class teaching. Literacy lessons for a week focussing on the short story:- - reading comprehension and questions; - sentence work - capital letters/full stops; - jumbled sentences and words activities - Punctuating a short text exercise, and identifying speech marks; - Work on words with silent letters; - Role play using playscript adapted from the story; - Creativing writing - finishing the story. All the worksheets can be adapted to suit your lessons. All images used are royalty free
CVC Words Cut Paste Match Worksheets Phonics
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CVC Words Cut Paste Match Worksheets Phonics

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This resource relates to mixed consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) phonic word work. There are 2 sets of worksheets which you can use to add to your work on CVC words. There is cut and paste and writing. The two sets of worksheet activities are: Cut and paste the correct word and glue next to the picture. Choose the correct word and write it on the handwriting guide lines. The mixed CVC words to cut and paste and/or write are: van, dog, pig, man, hug, log, mud, mug, sun, dig, bud, nun, box, hut, cut, jet, six, fox, fix, ram, mad, wet, mad, cat, jam, rat, sub, rub, peg, red, leg, map, bed, nap, wax, bib, bus, web, zit and kit. Ideal for literacy centre work. Students can work independently or you could use in small group work to practise segmentation and blending to read and write CVC words. You can download A4 size or US size worksheets. This resource is the worksheet version of the BOOM Cards. If you are interested in the interactive version, click the link below for more information on product: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cvc-phonics-work-read-and-match-boom-cards-distance-learning-12332496 Thank you for visiting my shop:)
Phase 3: Phonics, Consonant Digraphs/Vowel digraphs/trigraphs Presentations, Worksheets/Activities
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Phase 3: Phonics, Consonant Digraphs/Vowel digraphs/trigraphs Presentations, Worksheets/Activities

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This phonic resource comprises a PowerPoint Presentation on: Consonant digraphs - ch, sh, th,ng Vowel digraphs/trigraphs: - ai, ee, igh, oa; -oo (long/short), ar, or; - ur, ow, oi, er - ear, air, ure - combinations of digraphs- eg chair,torch, coach - Answers in pdf. Reading Sentences - Word Searches - There is a reading text on PowerPoint for whole class reading activity. - True or false questions on PowerPoint relating to the text. - Drawing pictures to go with simple sentences. - Reading text and choosing the correct word to insert in the sentence. - Missing graphemes and jumbled words activities. - Reading captions and sentences. - Blank handwriting sheet All resources can be adapted. You can visit my shop - you may be interested in: Goes well with: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-split-digraphs-presentations-lesson-plans-activity-sheets-practical-lessons-11348539 and https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/phonics-onset-and-rime-activity-bundle-11576490
Pancake Day (Shrove)/Lent & Ash Wednesday & Easter Story -Presentations, Lesson Plans, Worksheets
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Pancake Day (Shrove)/Lent & Ash Wednesday & Easter Story -Presentations, Lesson Plans, Worksheets

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This resource contains 5 lesson plans with PowerPoint Presentations for each lesson. The Easter story is finally told in lesson 5 - You can start with any lesson. 1. Pancake Day/Shrove Tuesday -Literacy link on Instructions for making pancake and what Shrove Tuesday means for some Christians. Worksheets - Sequence pictures (differentiated) 2. Why Christians celebrate Lent and the meaning of Ash Wednesday (3 worksheets) 3. Why we eat Easter eggs and hot cross buns and their link to Easter. (2 worksheets) 4. 3 Special Days in Holy Week (Palm Sunday/Maundy Thursday/Easter Friday (2 worksheets) 5. The Easter story Part 1 and 2 told via Presentations -whole class activities included and worksheet. The story is told by Granddad Joe and Calvin asks some questions. There is also some narration. Worksheets and activities on all lessons. All editable and printable. UPDATED with PDF worksheets and lesson plans. Images from Microsoft clipart, www,clker.com, Pixabay free images and free Wikipedia. Hope you enjoy this resource.
Money - Counting pennies up to 10p and then 15p,20p & 30p  using 1p, 2p, 5p,  10p & 20p coins
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Money - Counting pennies up to 10p and then 15p,20p & 30p using 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p & 20p coins

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Updated with PDF Format. These worksheets start with pennies as an introduction to money in the real world. Show children real coins. A nice introduction for children in reception class to identify the one pence coin. The worksheets then increase in difficulty for Year 1/2. There is a gradual increase to adding money using 2p, 5p and the 10p coins. Learning intentions: I can add coins up to 7p and then 10p I can add coins up to 15p I can add coins up to 20p I can add coins up to 30p Worksheets in word format if you need to adapt them.