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Science- Light- whole unit- Year 6 BUNDLE
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Science- Light- whole unit- Year 6 BUNDLE

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Light is electromagnetic radiation which is visible to the human eye. This unit of work includes lessons on the following: How we see things How light is reflected How light is refracted How we see colour How shadows are formed All lessons include an engaging presentation, lesson plan and the necessary resources. An overview sheet for the topic is also included. These lessons are intended for Year 6 students but can be easily modified to suit lower KS2 and KS3 students. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
Science Microorganisms Year 6
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Science Microorganisms Year 6

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A microorganism is a living thing that is too small to be seen with the naked eye. Examples of microorganisms include bacteria, viruses, algae, protozoa and fungi. In this lesson, students will learn about the 5 different types of microorganisms and how they behave. They will complete a matching activity: matching the microorganism with its information and will further investigate them through links to scientific websites online provided. They will then write a non-chronological report on what they have learnt (proformas provided) and will finally create their own microbe character to write a ‘Lonely Hearts’ add for, for fun. This is an engaging lesson which comes with an interactive power point presentation and all corresponding activity worksheets. It is designed for Year 6 but could easily be modified to suit lower KS2 and KS3. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
History- The Romans- Daily life of a Roman lesson
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History- The Romans- Daily life of a Roman lesson

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At its height, the Roman Empire ruled over much of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. In this lesson, students will investigate what life was like for the people of Rome. They will investigate: food & drink, clothing, housing, jobs and leisure activities using the source links provided. Following this, they will complete the critical thinking task of completing a Venn diagram looking at the similarities and differences between Ancient Roman and modern life. They will carry out a debate arguing for and against a statement and will finally write a diary account as a Roman. This lesson is intended for KS2 but can easily be modified to suit KS3. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
Science Year 6 Living Things and Their Habitats BUNDLE!
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Science Year 6 Living Things and Their Habitats BUNDLE!

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In this BUNDLE, all of the lessons for Year 6 Science topic Living Things and Their Habitats are included. You will receive lessons on the following: The Linnaean Classification System (Carl Linnaeus) Classification keys- animal classification Classifying plants Microorganisms Microorganisms- helpful and harmful All lessons come with engaging power point presentations and a range of activity sheets. If you would like to see more resources like this, please visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/ResourcesForYou Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
English- Setting description- Story writing
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English- Setting description- Story writing

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In this lesson, students will look at what makes a setting description effective by analysing an example, they will explore expanded noun phrases and as a class describe the setting from a video clip and will finally use the supportive planning frame (differentiated) to plan out their settting. This lesson is appropriate for KS2 children but can easily be modified to suit KS3 students. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
English- Writing speech poster/ support sheet
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English- Writing speech poster/ support sheet

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This supportive resource will help students understand how to accurately write and punctuate speech. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
Science- Electricity Year 6 BUNDLE
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Science- Electricity Year 6 BUNDLE

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This BUNDLE contains 5 lessons of teaching material which span from 1-3 hours of content per lesson. The lessons follow the sequence: Lesson 1- What is electricity? Lesson 2- Circuits Lesson 3- Investigating variations in electrical components in a circuit Lesson 4- Electrical safety Lesson 5- Investigating voltage All lessons come with an interactive presentation, video links, worksheets and activities. They deliver a comprehensive overview of electricity and do so in an engaging way. These lessons have been designed for Year 6 students but can be easily adapted to suit KS2 or KS3 students. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
English- Persuasive leaflets KS2
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English- Persuasive leaflets KS2

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In this lesson, students will learn the FREDEPTORS acronym for persuasive advertising: F- facts and font R- repetition E- exaggeration D- description E- emotive language P- pictures T- the rule of three O- opinions R- rhetorical questions S- slogans They will look at a range of persuasive leaflets and will be challenged to decide how they are made persuasive to the reader. They will then produce their own leaftlets using the planning frame provided. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
Whole Class Guided Reading KS2- Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
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Whole Class Guided Reading KS2- Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves

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This lesson focuses on 3 NC objectives: Increase their familiarity with a wide range of books, including myths, legends and traditional stories, modern fiction, fiction from our literary heritage, and books from other cultures and traditions Check that the book makes sense to them, discussing their understanding and exploring the meaning of words in context Draw inferences such as inferring characters’ feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions, and justify inferences with evidence Pupils will learn the background and context of the tale and then read it as a class. A teacher’s version is attached which gives ideas of questions to pose throughout reading. Following this, pupils will answer a range of comprehension questions requiring them to infer, deduce, retrieve and evaluate.
English- Text types overview
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English- Text types overview

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Text types in literature form the basic styles of writing. Factual texts merely seek to inform, whereas literary texts seek to entertain or otherwise engage the reader by using creative language and imagery. This is a comprehensive resource which details common features of the following text types: -recounts -non-chronological reports -newspaper reports -discussion -persuasion -instructions -explanation -poetry -narrative These are some of the common features of each text type. However, features can differ depending on the audience and purpose of a text and so these serve as a guideline only. Useful for KS2 and KS3 as a supportive resource for both teachers and students. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
History The Romans KS2 BUNDLE!
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History The Romans KS2 BUNDLE!

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At its height, the Roman Empire ruled over much of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. In this bundle you will receive lessons on the following: -The formation of Rome -Daily life for Romans -Roman beliefs- Paganism and Christianity -The Roman Army -The invasion of Britain and Boudicca’s revolt -The rise and fall of the Empire. These lessons are intended for KS2 but can easily be modified to suit KS3. All lessons come with an engaging presentation, lesson plan and all worksheets included. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
Maths long division- Year 6
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Maths long division- Year 6

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During this lesson, students will learn how to divide numbers up to 4 digits by a two-digit whole number using the formal written method of long division, and interpret remainders as whole number remainders, fractions, or by rounding, as appropriate for the context. They will complete simple calculations, learn a long division rap and then problem solve. Worksheet provided with 3 levels of differentiation and answers. Duration: 1 hour Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
English- persuasive advertising KS2
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English- persuasive advertising KS2

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Persuasive Advertising is a type of product promotion that aims to persuade a consumer for buying a particular product. In these 2 lessons, students will learn the FREDEPTORS acronym for: F- facts and font R- repetition E- exaggeration D- description E- emotive language P- pictures T- the rule of three O- opinions R- rhetorical questions S- slogans They will look at a range of persuasive adverts and will be challenged to decide how they are made persuasive to the reader/ observer. They will then try to sell an item themselves using these techniques. The following lesson, they will again look at a range of adverts and will identify the features. They will then be given a planning frame and will plan and produce their own persuasive adverts. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
Maths Measurement Year 6
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Maths Measurement Year 6

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This BUNDLE includes lessons on the following: solve problems involving the calculation and conversion of units of measure, using decimal notation up to three decimal places where appropriate. use, read, write and convert between standard units, converting measurements of length, mass, volume and time from a smaller unit of measure to a larger unit, and vice versa, using decimal notation to up to three decimal places. convert between miles and kilometres. recognise that shapes with the same areas can have different perimeters and vice versa. recognise when it is possible to use formulae for area and volume of shapes calculate the area of parallelograms and triangles calculate, estimate and compare volume of cubes and cuboids using standard units, including cubic centimetres (cm3) and cubic metres (m3), and extending to other units[for example, mm3 and km3]. All lessons come with an engaging power point presentation, activity sheets and answers. All lessons are intended for Year 6 students but can easily be modified to suit lower KS2 and KS3 students. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
English- Free Verse/ Imagery poetry BUNDLE complete teaching sequence
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English- Free Verse/ Imagery poetry BUNDLE complete teaching sequence

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In this bumper pack you will find a whole sequence of lessons on writing free verse poetry. The lessons follow this sequence but can be taught in any order: -Introduction to free verse poetry -Using similes in poetry -Using metaphors in poetry -Using personification in poetry -Identifying other poetic devices -Planning, writing and performing own poems All of the power point presentations, resources and lesson plans are included. This unit of work will help children develop their vocabulary, use of poetic devices and will challenge their imagination in order to produce their own Free Verse poetry to create imagery. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receive a FREE single resource of your choice!
English KS2- Planning & writing poetry
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English KS2- Planning & writing poetry

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This lesson focuses on supporting the planning and writing of Free Verse Poetry. It comes with an engaging powerpoint presentation and a possible planning template. Pupils review imagery and the poetic devices used to create it. They complete a matching activity for this. They then find their own image as a stimulus for their poems and write down related words and phrases. A planning frame is also given for the children to use to structure their ideas. Pupils use their planning frame to write their own free verse poems. Possible starters are given as well as a brief checklist of things to remember. Pupils look back at their poems and with feedback from the teacher and their partner, they edit and improve them. Pupils learn their poems off-by-heart and perform them considering rhythm, volume and expression. Leave a review for this resource and send a copy of your receipt to resourcesforyou100@outlook.com to receieve a FREE single resource of your choice!
Maths Ratio & Proportion Year 6
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Maths Ratio & Proportion Year 6

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Lesson objective: To solve problems involving the relative sizes of two quantities where missing values can be found by using integer multiplication and division facts. In this lesson, students will be introduced to ratio and proportion and it will be explained that ratio shows the relative sizes of two or more values and proportion is a part, share, or number in relation to the whole. Through an engaging powerpoint they will first learn how ratio and proportion are used in real-life contexts and will begin to write the ratio and proportion of shaded parts of shapes/ objects. They will have a go at differentiated questions before moving onto the differentiated activity sheets. 3 levels of challenge and provided along with the answer sheets. Duration: 1- 2 hours. This lesson is the first of 4 lessons on ratio and proportion. If you would like to purchase the rest of the BUNDLE, please click here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-ratio-and-proportion-year-6-12306457
History- The Romans- The rise and fall of the Roman Empire lesson
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History- The Romans- The rise and fall of the Roman Empire lesson

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At its height, the Roman Empire ruled over much of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. In this lesson, students will investigate how the Roman Empire finally fell. They will learn what an ‘empire’ is. How far the Roman Empire spread, where it covered at its peak and the events that led to its fall. As an activity they will complete questions on the text read and plot the events of the fall on a timeline. They will also write a script to serve as the commentary to the video clip of Rome’s rise and fall. This lesson is intended for KS2 students but can easily be modified to suit KS3. If you have enjoyed this resource and would like to purchase the rest of ‘The Romans’ lessons then please visit my shop and you can buy the BUNDLE: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/ResourcesForYou
The importance of reading presentation
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The importance of reading presentation

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This presentation was given as a staff training on the importance of reading. It incorporates my own research on the importance of intrinsic motivation and the benefits reading can bring. This is a FREE resource- enjoy! If you have enjoyed this resource and would like to see more of my resources, please visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/ResourcesForYou