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Do you want a quality, fun and engaging resource? Look no further! I'm a primary school SLE in English, dedicated to making challenging resources that set high expectations for all pupils. The resources in my shop are outstanding, differentiated and suitable for the new curriculum. Many of the lessons provided have been taught with excellent progress within lessons. I hope the resources help towards your well being and a happy work life balance.

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Do you want a quality, fun and engaging resource? Look no further! I'm a primary school SLE in English, dedicated to making challenging resources that set high expectations for all pupils. The resources in my shop are outstanding, differentiated and suitable for the new curriculum. Many of the lessons provided have been taught with excellent progress within lessons. I hope the resources help towards your well being and a happy work life balance.
Stone Age Boy Year 3 Preview
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Stone Age Boy Year 3 Preview

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Stone Age Boy - Information Text This is a preview It links with the topic Stone Age and is relevant for Years 3 or Year 4. In the complete unit you will find; Planning unit of work for half term with differentiated resources Marking Ladder Exemplar Text Power Points included Tier 2 vocabulary SEND resources Opportunities for narrative included. Finale suggestions- Have a stone age day, make clay pots and clay tools and/or jewelery, stone age fashion show, and foraging fruit. Visit the shop for the full resource with suggestions for a stunning start day.
Into The Forest Year 2 Guided Reading
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Into The Forest Year 2 Guided Reading

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Into the Forest by Anthony Browne is a guided reading three week unit for children who are working at the expected level. This book is a great visual story to compliment any English journey linked to traditional stories or forest themes. There are clear planned questions that include literal, inference and evaluative questioning. There are also accompanying grammar and response activities included for all weeks to support a carousel activity format of teaching guided reading in class. This resources supports the new national curriculum for English and Reading in Year 2.
Where The Wild Things Are  Narrative Planning Year 2
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Where The Wild Things Are Narrative Planning Year 2

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Where the Wild Things Are Film and Book Exemplar text to introduce children to narrative writing - called Voyage and Return. Both the film and book are used simultaneously to learn about the main character and write a narrative. An excellent powerpoint with more than 15 slides demonstrates how to write descriptive scenes from the story, a narrative, character traits, and a success ladder. The exemplar text meets the requirements of English New Curriculum objectives. Explicit reference has been made to grammatical features including varying sentence types, conjunctions, words with suffixes, and the use of common exception words. Teachers may use the text in the imitation stage, innovate to where the main character meets a new wild thing, and then invent their own voyage and return narrative. An excellent film and text to use to promote boys writing.
Stone Girl Bone Girl  Year 3 Writing Unit
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Stone Girl Bone Girl Year 3 Writing Unit

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Year 3 English This is a complete 6 weeks unit of work linked to the English National Curriculum and the all these topics- Rocks, Soils, Fossils, Stone Age. It is a half terms unit of work suitable for Year 3 and Year 4 It includes a ; Supporting Power Points with visuals for each lesson Immersion in the text to explore characters and settings Writing a narrative set in the historical context Creative Writing opportunities Marking Ladder Targets that are matched to the National Curriculum Sen resources included (Separate exemplar text) Differentiated exemplar text – Narrative with biography Differentiated resources for all lessons including targets for SEN and LA pupils. Excellent creative links are made to use the outdoors e.g to excavate hidden fossils or dinosaur bones. See instagram page to find ideas to make ammonite or shell imprints using a molds and cast. All you need is some plaster of paris and air drying clay. Many thanks for visiting my shop and I hope it saves you hours of planning time. @thisisrehanafazil
'Little Red Riding Hood'   Narrative Planning Year 2 TAF
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'Little Red Riding Hood' Narrative Planning Year 2 TAF

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Stories with a twist for Year 2 Traditional stories Unit. This is an excellent bundle of useful resources that can be easily adapted to different areas of writing - from narrative, to character description to even further write a forest setting. All of the example texts incorporate the New National curriculum Grammar objectives for Year 2 writing. If the children imitate the narrative text, and innovate it to make it their own, they should achieve the greater depth expectations for writing. A learning ladder has been incorporated for children to self assess and peer assess using the new TAF standards from the English Curriculum. Children can also magpie model sentences and begin to understand varied sentence types within context. There is a supporting powerpoint to show a 3 week journey, with the exemplar, comprehension questions and visuals to support learning the text in the imitation phase. Supports National Curriculum English Writing standards to reach the expected level and greater depth using TAF framework statements.
The Tunnel Guided Reading Anthony Browne Week 2
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The Tunnel Guided Reading Anthony Browne Week 2

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The Tunnel by Anthony Browne is a fantastic resource written for guided reading sessions that use a carousel format. Planning included teacher questioning as well as comprehension for children to access independently. Excellent text to use because Week 1 Guided questions and activities are also available in the shop. The following unit includes the following:- Teacher looking, clue, thinking questioning planning Work on high order vocabulary like alternatives for verb ‘said’ Alliteration and commas in a list Response activities to promote deeper understanding of characters Used to teach children high order questioning during guided reading session. There are opportunities to develop and explore characters thoughts, feelings, emotions and motivations through dialogue and speech. Vocabulary is enhanced through extending vocabulary through description and alliteration. Please leave a comment and I hope you find it useful as either a guided reading session or for use in a literacy lesson. Suitable for the year 2 curriculum.
Art Drawing Stone Age Unit Year 3 Front Cover
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Art Drawing Stone Age Unit Year 3 Front Cover

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This is a KS2 Art and Design, Drawing Unit. It includes 6 weeks of planning and a medium term overview linked to the Stone Age Unit in lower kS2- Year 3 and Year 4. Please note this is a front cover only. Pupils will learn the following in this unit; Draw inspiration from history Observe Caves of Lascaux Take notes of animal and human drawings in stone age caves Understand what the symbols represent in the caves and how they may have been created Draw animals and humans in proportion Understand hand prints made in caves Recreate own symbols to represent modern day life e.g Black lives matter Plan and create a composition drawing of Stone Age hunting Work in groups and on large scale drawings Suitable for year 3 and year 4 art and the national curriculum unit for Art and Design and drawing. Buy the complete unit in the shop. Follow the author for more updates and new planning available @thisisrehanafazil
Collage Art and Design Year 3 and Year 4
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Collage Art and Design Year 3 and Year 4

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This is a 7 week unit of work (half term) to help you with planning an outstanding unit of Art for lower Key Stage 2. It is suitable for years 3 and year 4 The following is included Art planning weekly with differentiation Weekly Powerpoints and resources Famous artist study for inspiration of work. Youtube links for different skills Examples of work and tasks included. Overview of the unit is as follows, Week 1 Explore collage techniques Week 2 Use inspiration from Canaletto to create a collage Week 3 Famous Architect Zaha Hadid (newspaper strip collage and BAME link) Week 4 Tessellation and Escher (collage with no gaps) Week 5 Mosaic - collage with gaps Week 6 Matisse and cutout collage Week 7 Finale composition The theme of the unit was based around buildings and grand designs - but the skills of each lesson can be applied to any focus e.g plants, animals, seaside, world war, landscape, etc The unit can be extended or condensed as you wish. Follow on instagram for more ideas and ways to save your teacher Sundays. @thisisrehanafazil
Plants and Science Year 2 Interpreting Data and Greater Depth Maths
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Plants and Science Year 2 Interpreting Data and Greater Depth Maths

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This is a bundle of differentiated resources for science and the plants unit. It's excellent for teaching science cross curricular and supports the maths reasoning at greater depth questioning. The questions are based on a given block graph about the height of sunflowers and pupils are asked to answer 'how many more, how many less, what is the difference between' type questions. Children have to draw a tally to match the data. This resource can also be used to assess the end of the unit or at the start to address misconceptions in the True or False Quiz. Children can change the statements into questions if they are unsure and this can be the basis of the start of the unit. Excellent differentiated incorporated. To make this lesson more engaging and challenging, teachers may have paper cut flowers for HAPS to create their own graphs. This resources is adapted to suit the new science curriculum of 2014.
Year 2 Reading temperature and measures
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Year 2 Reading temperature and measures

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Year 2 solving problems with temperature. This activity involves solving problems with temperature, including temperature increase and decrease. The children write a simple equation to show their working out, and then show the answer on the thermometer provided in degrees. Children must have prior knowledge, using and reading a thermometer. They should handle thermometers and try to take a reading in different places to see how the temperature drops or increases. This activity supports the new greater depth and mastery curriculum in YR2.
Writing for an Audience and Purpose Year 2 TAF
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Writing for an Audience and Purpose Year 2 TAF

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Writing with a voice, with audience in mind and for a purpose is the most crucial change in the new English framework. See the document to know how to teach the difference between audience and purpose. Teachers have been given examples from the year 2 units of work in this document. It explains how to do a Tweak it Task to show the purpose of writing can change from entertainment, to inform, or to instruct. For example, here is a narrative of an adventure story- now change it to instructions on how to go on an adventure - (the purpose here has changed - and this will effect word choices, tone, structure of writing). Hope you find it useful to explain to the younger ones. Suitable class teachers and English Leaders for CPD writing across the school although examples given are from year 2. Thank you for choosing and reviewing this resource in advance.
adding money amounts year 1 and 2
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adding money amounts year 1 and 2

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Adding the value of money in context of shopping. Use two money amounts that add up to ten first. Children to apply previous knowledge learned about number bonds to ten. then to add extra number. Extend to children recording the coins they would use to make this value. Greater depth children can use the smallest amount of coins. Subtraction word problems. use jottings to record answer. For more able children to record subtraction as difference between. start on the smallest number and count up.
Friendship Assembly and Poetry
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Friendship Assembly and Poetry

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This resource is suitable for a KS1 and lower KS2 Friendship assembly. It can also be used to introduce friendship as part of PSHCE lesson or P4C. There are several poems about friendship as well as a magic gingerbread man trick with instructions to show the children. This activity always gets a big round of applause as the teacher is elevated to a magical performer. Most suitable to show how we can be friends with each other despite our skin colour, size, ethnicity and language barriers.
Closing the vocabulary gap to impact reading and writing
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Closing the vocabulary gap to impact reading and writing

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Closing the vocabulary gap to impact reading and writing in primary schools Cover. Do you want an outstanding resource for you and your staff that includes suggestions for: Pedagogy and national data National Curriculum changes that demonstrate need for teaching of vocabulary Reading for meaning Reading and understanding high order vocabulary? This resource is a valuable guide and 21 pages of relevant ideas to teach high order vocabulary. You will find interactive and stimulating ways to develop and enhance vocabulary through games that teach other grammar features such as:- picture word association, creative and inspirational visuals, pictures that lend themselves to inference, root words and morphology, idioms and riddles, homophones and homonyms, antonyms and synonyms verbs, nouns and past tense All the games showcased provide excellent opportunities for children to build an intensive repertoire of language and therefore be able to read and comprehend successfully. It is suitable as Inset for subject leaders or for classroom use. Excellent to develop subject specific CPD and train staff in this new area of development. Written by SLE in English. Please visit the website for the full 21 page resource that will impact on your whole school reading ability and also enhance writing.
Stone Age Boy Year 3
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Stone Age Boy Year 3

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Stone Age Boy Year 3 English Unit This is a suitable text for teaching English that links with the topic Stone Age in Year 3 Includes; Planning for a whole unit. Power Points included to support planning SEND differentiated tasks for all lessons Marking Ladder for year 3 linked to national curriculum Exemplar Genre focus - is an Information text Opportunities for narrative are included through journey. Hook Task included Editing ideas and how to develop tier 2 language proficiency This resource will save you weeks of planning and prep. It is one of the most popular resources available. Visit instagram to see videos of working walls that were used in the classroom. Suitable for remote learning and can be linked to science with work on rocks and soils. All the best in 2021. Keep Safe.
Guided Reading Year 2 Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish
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Guided Reading Year 2 Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish

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This is a complete 5 week unit of work around the text Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish. It is suited to guided reading taught in a Reciprocal Reading approach. It is also useful to use to practice SATS style questions for Year 2 working at greater depth and within. Also adaptable for year 3. The story is linked to materials, science and rockets, and sustainable environmental issues. It is very suitable for boys because of the dinosaur theme. It is also a good book to use if you are doing a fossils unit or learning about eco-friendly ways to behave in the world. The questions are written like the Paper SATs method, where there is a short text and then questions to answer below. The other included resources for each week, support additional activities that you may consider doing as a carousel during your guided reading independent work. A character description in week 5 is included to support creative writing opportunities. Definitely a good book to move on reluctant or EAL readers . Tes recommended 5 star resource. Thanks for chosing it.
Poetry Year 2 Christmas unit
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Poetry Year 2 Christmas unit

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Poetry for Year 2 focussing on grammar features including varied sentence types. Children can use visuals to support their learning to develop language to describe Christmas imagery. They then use the words to create a structured poem with a statement, exclamatory sentence with How...., a question, command and finally a statement that contains a simile. This will create a great opportunity for children to engage with poetry, learn, perform and enjoy. The lesson matches the demands of the new English curriculum for 2014 for written and spoken language. Although this is a seasonal poem, it can be used as a starting to point to change and innovate to any topic of choice. The structure would still apply to any chosen subject e.g. animals or seasons. Please remember to review. Thank you.
A  British Values Display
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A British Values Display

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A good selection of pictures to represent British Values. Children are encouraged to promote liberty, freedom, equality and community cohesion. There are many symbolic figures, sports, objects and pictures that represent a democratic society. This resources can be used collectively to make a large poster. There are 31 pages in the file with either pictures or statements such as ' we respect each other' and 'we contribute towards the community'. Children can be encouraged to add their own opinions such we have the right to education or we have the right to vote to add a personal touch. Suitable for PSHSE in the new curriculum and as evidence for SMSC in the curriculum to show what the school is doing for the PREVENT agenda.
Remembrance Day Walter Tull Year 3 and Year 4 Front Cover
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Remembrance Day Walter Tull Year 3 and Year 4 Front Cover

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Remembrance Day Who is Walter Tull? Front Cover Is suitable for year 3 and easily adaptable for year 4. If you are trying to diversify the curriculum then look no further. Here is an apt opportunity for you to teach about Armistice Day/Remembrance Day on 11th November this year. Walter Tull is a significant black footballer and army general who served in the British Army. In this unit, pupils will research this significant person to understand that world war 1 did not only have white Christian soldiers who served the country. It is important that pupils see diverse nationals as well as understanding how the commonwealth citizens supported the war efforts. Walter Tull was the first black person to reach a General Lieutenant status in the army in his time. Many memorials and biographies and documentaries have been written about him. Pupils will write free verse poetry or a syllable poem about soldiers Pupils will learn about different forms of poetry Pupils will write persuasively to persuade the school leaders to teach about Walter Tull. They will role play as evacuees leaving for the countryside and write creatively about a day in the countryside. You can find other Remembrance Day Poetry units in the shop.
Peer And Self Assessment for Years 1 and 2
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Peer And Self Assessment for Years 1 and 2

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Children can use the smiley faces to give each other or themselves, a smiley, straight or sad face if they have followed the success criteria: 'Steps To Success.&' This helps to show the progress in lessons from good to outstanding when children can take responsibility for their own learning and suggest ways for improvement. Rotate books clockwise for peer assessment or walk around the classroom as if it were a museum in silence. stop at your friends work and read it to evaluate. V.successful in YR1 and 2.