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Year 1 and 2 (KS1) History Worksheets: The 1950's (Great For Home Learning)
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Year 1 and 2 (KS1) History Worksheets: The 1950's (Great For Home Learning)

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8 Activities for Years 1 or 2 linked to the study of 1950’s Britain. Activity 1: My Kitchen Today Activity 2: Understanding a 1950’s Kitchen Activity 3: Let’s Go Food Shopping in the 1950’s Activity 4: Favourite Food now and then Activity 5: New Toy, Old Toy (Sort the cards into the box 2 sheet activity). Activity 6: Draw your home Activity 7: Understanding the Names of Different Homes All worksheets can be done as homework or for home learning. Taken from the KS1 History Resources File (available to purchase on our website). Leave a review
Year 1 Literacy/English, Traditional and Fairy Tales Unit
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Year 1 Literacy/English, Traditional and Fairy Tales Unit

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Taken from our Year 1 Literacy Resources File Includes lesson plans and differentiated resources 1- The Enormous Turnip LO: Listen to the story on tape and recall the events in order. • Understand about traditional stories and the oral tradition. • Contribute to dramatisation of the story 2- The Enormous Turnip LO:To be able to distinguish similarities and differences in different versions of the story. • To be able to suggest phrases and sentences to retell the story 3 The Anansi stories LO: To discuss the appearance, behaviour, characteristics and goals of characters. • To take part in acting scenes from the story in character, using expression and a clear voice 4 Anansi and boastful bullfrog LO: To be able to discuss the appearance, behaviour, characteristics and goals of a character. • To be able to write two or more sentences about Anansi 5 The Gingerbread Man LO: To be able to read with support and join in key phrases appropriately. • To be able to identify the main events in the story and put them in chronological order. 6 The Gingerbread Man – audio version LO: To discuss different versions of the same story. • To discuss differences between audio and written versions of a story. 7 The Gingerbread Man – the play LO: To recognise differences between playscripts and story texts and the reasons for them. • To read a playscript with appropriate expression 8 The Gingerbread Man – my story • To be able to plan a story. • To be able to write some sentences independently, using story language and phonic strategies This Unit covers ‘Traditional and fairy stories’. Before you start the lessons below, it is suggested you take 15–30 minutes each day for four or five days to read other traditional stories, including some from different cultures, to enrich the children’s experience of the genre. You could conclude these stories by asking some of the following questions: Who was the story about? Where did it take place? How did it start? What happened in the middle of the story? How did it end? What do you think the most important event was? You should also set out a display of appropriate books and tapes that the children may look at, listen to, read to themselves or borrow to share at home. Leave a review
History- Yr 3/4 Vikings-Where did they come from and where  did they go? Lesson
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History- Yr 3/4 Vikings-Where did they come from and where did they go? Lesson

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The purpose of this lesson is: to develop a clear understanding of where the Vikings came from and where they settled. Children should learn: • about the Viking homelands; • the places that the Vikings visited; • where the Vikings settled when they came to Britain. Class objective: • to find out where the Vikings came from and where they settled Children should be able to: • locate the Viking homelands on a map; • locate countries in the world that the Vikings visited; • identify Viking settlements on a modern map. Includes Lesson Plan and Activity Sheets Would you like the full unit? Purchase on TES or on our website
Year 5/6 Guided Reading- Modern Fiction 7 lesson Unit (Compare and Contrast styles of texts)
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Year 5/6 Guided Reading- Modern Fiction 7 lesson Unit (Compare and Contrast styles of texts)

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Taken from our Upper Keystage 2 Literacy Resource File Includes all lessons and resources Lesson 1: Inside a story- LO: To identify a point of view Lesson 2: 2 Ways into a story- LO: To identify how different stories are opened. Lesson 3: Colin Thompson’s stories and characters- LO:Identify the main parts of a story and to create a character profile Lesson 4:Tell me a story- LO:To experiment with writing in different styles. Lesson 5: Comparing story openings by Michael Morpurgo- LO:Compare the openings of two stories by the same author and comment on what makes an effective opening. Lesson 6 : Does Tomas Believe in Unicorns- LO:To explore characterisation through drama. Lesson 7:Tomas and the librarian- LO: To use empathy to explore the character of Tomas About this unit There are six units on fiction in this file for years 5 and 6. The second unit focuses on the work of modern authors of children’s fiction. We have chosen to focus on Colin Thompson and Michael Morpurgo, but it is possible to repeat some of the activities using books by other authors with whom the children may be familiar, such as Roald Dahl and David Walliams. The children will examine the story structures and aspects of each author’s style and will have opportunities to write short stories of their own. They will be encouraged to explore various characters and situations through role play and will work towards writing and staging their own short plays. They will develop the habit of keeping a reading journal (on paper or screen) as a way of supporting and extending reading. The Michael Morpurgo lessons are more challenging and you may wish to use them later in Upper KS2 than those on Colin Thompson’s books. The unit focuses on Books by Colin Thompson, for example The Paradise Garden, The Paperbag Prince, Falling Angels, Sid the Mosquito and other wild stories and I Believe in Unicorns and Why the Whales Came by Michael Morpurgo. Leave a review
Year 5 Science- Earth and Space- 2 Full Lessons. Great for Home Learning
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Year 5 Science- Earth and Space- 2 Full Lessons. Great for Home Learning

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2 Full lessons includes lesson plans, worksheets and visual aids. 1st Lesson: Learning objectives Children should learn: • that the Earth is approximately spherical • that it can be difficult to collect evidence to test ideas and that evidence may be indirect Learning outcomes Children will be able to: • recognise that the Earth is approximately spherical • describe some indirect evidence to support the idea that the Earth is spherical The task: the children to use different coloured pens to outline/underline the various factors that are listed below (these will need to be written on a board). • Factual information • Evidence that supports the theory that the Earth is spherical • Opinion of the author 2nd Lesson: Learning objectives Children should learn: • that the Moon takes approximately 28 days to orbit the Earth • that the different appearance of the Moon over 28 days provides evidence for a 28 day cycle Learning outcomes Children will be able to: • explain that the pattern and timescale of the changes in the Moon’s appearance over 28 days is evidence that the Moon orbits the Earth once every 28 days The task: Ask the children to cut out and arrange the pictures and names of the phases of the Moon in the correct sequence around a representation of the Earth. This will show how the appearance of the Moon changes over the course of its orbit. Leave a review
Year 6  Maths Problems: Multiplication and Division Puzzles (5 Sheets) with Answers. Home Learning
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Year 6 Maths Problems: Multiplication and Division Puzzles (5 Sheets) with Answers. Home Learning

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All five questions link to: Understand and use the relationships between the four operations, and the principles (not the names) of the arithmetic laws. • Use brackets Includes 4 pages with strategies to help problem solve Problem 1: Teacher’s Age Problem 2: Coloured Pegs Problem 3: Gold Doubloons Problem 4: Pirates Problem 5: Football Stickers Taken from Problem Solving Year 5&6 Leave a review
EAL resource- Names of the Body
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EAL resource- Names of the Body

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Racing to English Great resources for teaching English as an additional language. Free resource includes :- Set of photo cards and matching words. Picture Dictionary Sheet. Worksheets for oral and written work. If you are looking for a comprehensive English as an Additional language resource then see the full Racing to English resource on LCP’s website. For now, this is a great freebie that we wanted to share. Let us know what you think …
KS1 (Year 1/2) History: Queen Elizabeth I including Worksheet and Plans
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KS1 (Year 1/2) History: Queen Elizabeth I including Worksheet and Plans

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This unit links to the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements in the Programme of Study and considers the key historical enquiry question, How do we find out about Florence Nightingale? It introduces the children to the idea of historical sources, introduces the concepts of old and new, and encourages them to think about the life and times of a famous person. The approach used could be applied to the study of other famous people. It provides a wide range of opportunities for children to develop their spoken language. It is helpful if the children have: ordered events in time and used everyday terms about the passing of time; answered questions about people/ events in the past using pictures and written sources; recounted episodes from stories about the past; looked for similarities and differences between today and the past. Lesson 1: How do we find out about a famous person? Lesson 2: The story of Queen Elizabeth I. Lesson 3: Recording the life of a famous person: Why do we remember Queen Elizabeth I? Leave a review
KS1 (Year 1 and 2) History: Isambard Kingdom Brunel including Worksheets and Plans
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KS1 (Year 1 and 2) History: Isambard Kingdom Brunel including Worksheets and Plans

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Isambard Kingdom Brunel was a famous engineer who lived in Victorian times. He was a very good engineer and he won a competition to build a bridge over the River Avon. This bridge became the Clifton Suspension bridge. This unit links to the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements in the Programme of Study and considers the key historical enquiry question, How do we find out about Isambard Kingdom Brunel? It introduces the children to the idea of historical sources, introduces the concepts of old and new, and encourages them to think about the life and times of a famous person. The approach used could be applied to the study of other famous people. It provides a wide range of opportunities for children to develop their spoken language. It is helpful if the children have: ordered events in time and used everyday terms about the passing of time; answered questions about people/ events in the past using pictures and written sources; recounted episodes from stories about the past; looked for similarities and differences between today and the past. Lesson 1: How do we find out about a famous person? Lesson 2: The story of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Lesson 3: Recording the life of a famous person.
History-Yr5/6-Ancient Greece- The Greek Theatre Lesson (FREE)
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History-Yr5/6-Ancient Greece- The Greek Theatre Lesson (FREE)

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Ancient Greek theatre. The purpose of this lesson is: to investigate the ancient Greek theatre. Children should learn: • to deduce information about an aspect of the Greek way of life from pictures of buildings and texts; • to combine information from several sources; • about the role of the theatre in the way of life of the Greeks; • to structure work in the form of a play. Class objective: • to investigate ancient Greek theatre and what happened there. Children should be able to: • recognize the main features of a Greek theatre; • understand the religious connections between theatre and religious festivals; • find out the sorts of plays the Greeks liked and who wrote them; • contribute to the preparation and performance of a play that demonstrates the key features of Greek drama. Includes full lesson plans and activities
KS2 (Year 3,4,5,6) Geography Local Study: Italy (Naples and the Campania Region) Worksheets
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KS2 (Year 3,4,5,6) Geography Local Study: Italy (Naples and the Campania Region) Worksheets

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7 activities to support the understanding of the Naples and Campania Region as part of a location study aimed at Keystage 2 children. Activity 1: Where is Italy? Activity 2: The Regions of Italy Activity 3: Base Map of Naples and the Campania Region Activity 4: Reading Train Timetables: Circumvesuviana line table (The train around the Bay of Naples). Activity 5: Holiday Brochure Activity 6: Understanding Volcanoes- The Vesuvius Crater Activity 7: A Section Through a Volcano. Leave a review
Year 4 Grammar, English/Literacy, Clauses Worksheets
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Year 4 Grammar, English/Literacy, Clauses Worksheets

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Includes Poster: Understanding Clauses – explanation. Sheet 1: Clauses – to identify the main clause and subordinate clause. Sheet 2: Clauses Challenge – to add a main clause to complete a sentence. Sheet 3: Clauses Challenge – to create complex sentences by adding subordinate clauses. Sheet 4: Relative Pronouns – to recognise and use relative pronouns. Sheet 5: Relative Pronoun Challenge – to drop in clauses beginning with who, when, where, which, that. Taken from LCP’s Grammar and Creativity Year 4 book Easy to follow Leave a review
Year 3 Grammar, English/Literacy, Tenses Worksheets
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Year 3 Grammar, English/Literacy, Tenses Worksheets

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Includes: Sheet 1: Tense – to change the tense of verbs. Sheet 2: Tense Challenge – to change the tense of verbs. Sheet 3: Tense Challenge – to keep the same tense throughout a piece of writing. Sheet 4:Tense Challenge – to change irregular verbs to the past tense. Taken from our Grammar and Creativity Year 3 book. Easy to follow and use. Leave a review
Year 3/4 Science- Helping Plants Grow Well- 2 Lessons with Resources. Great for Home Learning
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Year 3/4 Science- Helping Plants Grow Well- 2 Lessons with Resources. Great for Home Learning

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2 Lessons with worksheets, lesson plans and flip book. 1st Lesson Learning objectives Children should learn: • that plants need water but not unlimited water, for healthy growth • to use results to draw conclusions Learning outcomes Children will be able to: • state that plants need water to grow but too much or too little water may kill them • describe differences in the way the plants grew Lesson centered around an investigation to find out how the amount of water a runner bean seedling is given affects how much it grows. 2nd Lesson Learning objectives Children should learn: • to suggest how a fair test could be carried out • that in experiments with living things, using just one plant in each set of conditions does not give sufficient evidence Learning outcomes Children will be able to: • recognise the correct order in which to undertake a simple investigation • describe factors that contribute to the test being fair • suggest why one sample may not be adequate in each set of conditions Science lesson centered around an investigation- Does soil type affect the height to which seedlings grow? Leave a review
Year 5/6 Geography- Investigating  Rivers. Linked to the Amazon and the Watercycle.
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Year 5/6 Geography- Investigating Rivers. Linked to the Amazon and the Watercycle.

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Taken from our Geography Flipbook Activities Keystage 2 Years5&6 This unit contains 2 full lessons with lesson plan and resources. Investigating rivers Flipbook The water cycle Flipbook :The Amazon The resource includes one page of teacher’s notes for every page in the flipbook,and each one includes learning objectives and outcomes,key questions and activity ideas.There are many suggestions on how to use the relevant flipbook page and associated activity sheet. Learning Objective: Learning outcomes: Children will be able to: • appreciate some of the problems associated with water supply • understand that important decisions about water use have to be made • about the River Amazon and its characteristics Learning outcomes Children will be able to: • identify and explain each stage in the water cycle Locate the Amazon on a map and identify some of its features (size,meanders,sediment,tributaries, environment through which it flows)
Year 5/6 English, Non-fiction, Persuasion and Argument Unit
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Year 5/6 English, Non-fiction, Persuasion and Argument Unit

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This non-fiction unit looks at persuasion and argument. Children will read and evaluate texts intended to inform, protest, complain or persuade. In doing so, they will consider how the texts are set out and what language devices are used. They will notice the deliberate use of ambiguity, half-truth, bias; how opinion can be disguised to seem like fact; infer writers’ perspectives from what is written and from what is implied. Children will investigate the use of persuasive definitions, rhetorical questions, pandering and condescension. During the unit, children will write persuasive letters for real purposes, for example to put a point of view or comment on an emotive issue. The first two lessons focus on writing persuasively about environmental issues. The next two lessons look at formal and informal writing and at how to produce a balanced argument. In Lesson 5 the children will take part in a formal debate. The final lesson looks at a famous wartime speech by Winston Churchill. (This could be used separately during a history lesson.) Lesson 1: How big is your carbon footprint? • Evaluate texts intended to persuade. • Identify persuasive devices • Infer what is implied 2 Green letters• Know the features of a persuasive letter. 3 Exploring a controversial issue • To identify textual viewpoints – for, against and balanced. To explore the language and organisational features of texts presenting a specific argument/ point of view. 4 Comparing formal and informal texts • To identify and explore the features of formal and informal texts. • To listen for language variation in formal and informal contexts. • To employ the features and narrative techniques of formal and/or informal texts in their own writing 5 Establishing a viewpoint on a controversial issue • To participate in wholeclass debate using the conventions and language of debate, including Standard English. • To identify the ways spoken language varies according to differences in the context and purpose of its use. Analysing a famous speech • Listen to and understand a speech. • Recognise the use of repetition and emotive language. Leave a review
Year 5/6 Grammar, Literacy/English, Adverbs worksheets
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Year 5/6 Grammar, Literacy/English, Adverbs worksheets

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3 worksheets focuses on the teaching of adverbs Sheet 1: to revise adverbs of manner Sheet 2: to revise adverbs of time, frequency and place. Sheet 3: to investigate how adverbs can affect adjectives Taken from Grammar and Creativity Year 6 (by LCP) Clear sheets that have instructions so easily to follow. Leave a review
KS1 (Year 1 and 2) History: Mary Seacole including Worksheets and Plans
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KS1 (Year 1 and 2) History: Mary Seacole including Worksheets and Plans

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This unit links to the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements in the Programme of Study and considers the key historical enquiry question, How do we find out about Isambard Kingdom Brunel? It introduces the children to the idea of historical sources, introduces the concepts of old and new, and encourages them to think about the life and times of a famous person. The approach used could be applied to the study of other famous people. It provides a wide range of opportunities for children to develop their spoken language. It is helpful if the children have: ordered events in time and used everyday terms about the passing of time; answered questions about people/ events in the past using pictures and written sources; recounted episodes from stories about the past; looked for similarities and differences between today and the past. Lesson 1: How do we find out about a famous person? Lesson 2: The story of Mary Seacole. Lesson 3: Recording the life of a famous person. Leave a review
PSHE KS2 - Mental health & Emotional well-being - A healthy Mind for Year 3/4/5/6
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PSHE KS2 - Mental health & Emotional well-being - A healthy Mind for Year 3/4/5/6

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Aim :To explain the nature and causes of stress and to examine different ways of coping with it. A 30-45 minute lesson that covers… Learning outcomes Children should be taught: • to talk and write about their opinions … ; • to … discuss … topical issues, problems … ; • to reflect on … social … issues, using imagination to understand other people’s experiences; • what makes a healthy lifestyle, including the benefits of exercise … what affects mental health, and how to make informed choices; • where individuals, families and groups can get help and support Like this lesson? The Key Stage Two edition has been completely re-written by expert authors and freshly illustrated. The files are packed with engaging lessons and practical ideas covering a wide range of topics such as: feelings and relationships, health and hygiene, living in a global community, life in Britain today, and good and active citizenship. The lessons in these units dip into sex education and British values in a safe and age-appropriate manner. The Key Stage Two File is so packed with great information that it has been split into two files (Part 1 and Part 2), both suitable for all year groups, but covering different topics. Each file contains several units which include a Teacher’s Guide, Medium-Term Plan, and up to fifteen lessons ranging from 20 to 90 minutes. Each plan provides the teacher with the lesson aim, list of resources needed, learning outcomes, differentiation and suggests any cross-curricular links with other parts of the National Curriculum.
Year 6 Maths Homework Pack (46 sheets) including answers
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Year 6 Maths Homework Pack (46 sheets) including answers

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The main purpose of this Mathematics Homework is to make your life, as a teacher of Year 6 pupils, as easy as possible. All of the homework activities are based on the renewed Primary Framework for mathematics; however, as they assess specific learning objectives they can be used in conjunction with other planned teaching schemes. Each homework activity sheet addresses a whole, or part of, a learning objective. The questions are written to test the understanding of your pupils once they have worked on a topic in the lesson. This in turn, will provide you with the information required to assess the pupils’ learning, and will enable you to plan your lessons effectively. With a full set of answers included you can be confident that your students are getting regular, relevant homework that tests their understanding across the Year 6 objectives and all seven core strands. This easy-to-use CD will reduce the time spent preparing and marking homework enabling you use your time as efficiently as possible. The Year 6 curriculum is structured into five blocks, reflecting the same structure as the other primary year groups. Each block is made up of three units, and each unit represents two or three weeks of teaching. The blocks are: • Block A: Counting, partitioning and calculating • Block B: Securing number facts, understanding shape • Block C: Handling data and measures • Block D: Calculating, measuring and understanding shape • Block E: Securing number facts, relationships and calculating