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Superhero Features

Superhero Features

Contains a PowerPoint which guides children through the different features of a superhero and helps them to create their own superhero. Uses examples and video links throughout the presentation to aid the children. Also contains 2 Superhero templates: a male and a female one. Perfect for introducing a topic on superheroes and as part of an art lesson.
HollywoodR95
Quilted Story Blocks from "The Quiltmaker's Gift"

Quilted Story Blocks from "The Quiltmaker's Gift"

This .pdf contains complete directions for making each block featured in "The Quiltmaker's Gift" byJeff Brumbeau and Gail De Marcken. Each block is 9" square, making it easy to create a fun quilt for your students to study. Help them to see that different fabrics in the same pattern can yield different appearances. If you haven't read this heartwarming book about giving and caring, you're in for a treat! This should be on the shelf of every K-2 classroom. And the completed quilt can be used as a reward - get 10 stars on your reward chart and you get to be wrapped in a quilt on a cold day in January! If you don't quilt, perhaps you have some eager room moms who can help! A unique project for World Book Day!
renee2181
12 Assemblies!!

12 Assemblies!!

A wide variety of assemblies and songs! -Dilemmas Assembly -Kind Hands, Kind Words Assembly -4 Assembly songs with lyrics -Fantastic Mr. Fox Assembly script -Honesty Assembly -Iron Man Assembly/production -Alphabet Assembly -Friends Assembly -Work Together, Learn Together Assembly -Teeth and Healthy Eating Assembly -The 7 Continents Assembly
mark harland
Go Bananas! Do Stories! - What makes an interesting character?

Go Bananas! Do Stories! - What makes an interesting character?

A simple to use lesson plan, designed for teachers and teaching assistants to pick up and get going with straightaway, with hints and suggestions to make this a great lesson to use quickly and easily. This is an introduction to story writing for children, as it goes through the basics of identifying what makes a character interesting and then how to create characters , step by step. There are tips for the adults in how to deliver the lesson, aims, success criteria, an easy resource list, downloadable resources with success criteria included, and separate learning objectives for your assessment files. This is a lesson that has been tried and tested in the classroom and works! Adaptable across the primary age range, this lesson works best with Key Stage 1 and Lower Key Stage 2. Please review and give me any feedback - it is really useful to me. Thanks!
dcukface
Writing assessment /margin checklist / moderation bookmarks KS2 Year 3 & 4 check_edit  your writing

Writing assessment /margin checklist / moderation bookmarks KS2 Year 3 & 4 check_edit your writing

I use this resource in my class to remind my Year 3/4 children of my expectations during any writing task. They are great for quickly showing differentiation or just for reminding the children of what is expected of them . I love using the 'check your writing' bookmark as it gives the children a check list of what to look for! This resource includes: 3 differentiated writing book marks (ranging from Year 4 expected, Year 3/4 developing and E.O.Y 2 expectations for my lowers). 1 bookmark to remind how to use speech in writing. 1 bookmark to remind children of what to check in their writing. I have included the word doc so you can add/takeaway criteria. I hope these are useful and help your children with their writing. Many thanks.
Chesholivia
Whole school Literacy targets

Whole school Literacy targets

Literacy objectives for the whole school separated into Key Stage targets. Ideal for tracking progression and ensuring curriculum coverage Reading, Writing, SPAG and handwriting all included
moonadaly
KS1 English targets

KS1 English targets

All of the KS1 Literacy targets collated into a checklist. Ideal for tracking individual progress and for ensuring coverage of all the areas in the literacy curriculum
moonadaly