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A term's comrehension pack (A)

A term's comrehension pack (A)

A non-fiction, term's worth, bundle that covers real new stories. There is a focus on Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) themes which are often hard to cover using traditional materials. 3 sets, each of 10 questions are included in each resource, along with answers,allowing the resources to be used for all learners from able Y1, through KS2 and into KS3. All of our resources are matched to the expectations the SATs from 2016 onwards. The questions are therefore aimed at KS1, lower KS2 and upper KS2. References to the new ‘content domains’ are included for each question. .

By Headway_Learning

first week back pack

first week back pack

A selection of resources for the first week back. A year long journal for the class to complete with thoughts of the week gone and the week ahead. an activity to learn about your new class. A display for the classes aspirations in the term / year ahead. an activity where the class create their own superhero, with back story and further adventure (good way of looking at creative writing). finally an idea for a review of their summer holiday in poetry form

By colin959

The Jolly Postman learning resource (licensed by Penguin Random House) (EYFS/KS1/2)

The Jolly Postman learning resource (licensed by Penguin Random House) (EYFS/KS1/2)

Free downloadable learning resource for EYFS, KS1 and KS2. The resource is licensed by Penguin Random House and endorsed by the National Literacy Trust. From over the hills and far away, help The Jolly Postman deliver his letters today. This popular children's book by Janet and Allan Alhberg is brought to life in this imaginative learning resource. The resource makes links between the fictional narrative of The Jolly Postman and the real history of the postal service revealed through The Postal Museum' s collections. The Jolly Postman resource can support literacy learning across the curriculum and includes: • Teachers’ Notes • Activity ideas • Templates • Interactive PowerPoints Curriculum links: EYFS: Literacy, Maths, Understanding the world, Communication and Language KS1/2: Literacy, Geography, History, Maths, Art and Design The Jolly Postman learning programme at The Postal Museum Schools visiting The Postal Museum can book The Jolly Postman learning programme to bring the enchanting story to life for your pupils. To find out more, or to book a visit: postalmuseum.org/for-schools

By ThePostalMuseum

Key Stage 1- Big Write/ Let's Write stimulus.

Key Stage 1- Big Write/ Let's Write stimulus.

54 task sheets with stimulus to challenge your pupils to write in a variety of genres independently. All task sheets include instructions, steps to success and self evaluation sections and most include a visual image.

By kep1987

What Ever Next Photo story!

What Ever Next Photo story!

A photo story of the book What ever Next in .wmz format. Play this video on your interactive whiteboard, while you read the book to the class. A great visual and use of computing.

By kep1987

alphabet Bingo

alphabet Bingo

Alphabet BINGO. Students have a bingo sheet and the teacher/ or a student calls out letters of the alphabet, students mark the letters on their sheets or plave counters. Don't forget to shout Bingo when your chart is full! If laminated, these can be used more ofter, with either counters or dry erase markers. Learn the alphabet and the letter names in English.

By kuknunn