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The 5 W's
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The 5 W's

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A set of cards that explain the 5 W’s. Useful for writing a Newspaper Report. Resource included in News Report Writing - Planning, Lessons and Resources - KS2 English Planning Pack found here… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/news-report-writing-planning-lessons-and-resources-ks2-english-planning-pack-12060029
Escape Room: Fractions Y3 (White Rose Hub)
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Escape Room: Fractions Y3 (White Rose Hub)

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Maths Escape Room: Fractions Y3 Everything you need to turn your classroom into a maths escape room. This lesson pack includes… Escape room Clue Cards, Lesson Plan with National Curriculum links, Answer recording sheet, Assessment Sheet, This is a perfect lesson resource for the start of a topic to see what children already know or at the end of a topic to assess what they have learnt. Bring a bit of fun to your Maths lessons. Each question is linked to the national curriculum objectives and made to incorporate White Rose Hub Maths Planning. If you enjoy this FREE lesson leave a review and click the link to find more. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-escape-room-fractions-y3-y4-y5-to-support-white-rose-hub-12099141
Outstanding Maths Lesson Plan Outline - Primary Earth
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Outstanding Maths Lesson Plan Outline - Primary Earth

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Primary Earth presents the Outstanding English Lesson Plan Outline. This format supports your lesson structure and helps you consider learning points and assessment details linked to you lesson and activity. This plan is perfect for planning your next Outstanding lesson observation. Visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc5Ti9Sgaxy7YqHFy99CUzA/featured?view_as=public for more interactive lesson plans and ideas.
Bus Stop Division (Y3/Y4) Outstanding Maths Lesson
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Bus Stop Division (Y3/Y4) Outstanding Maths Lesson

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Bus Stop Division (Y3/Y4) Outstanding Maths Lesson Supports children’s understanding of the Bus Stop Method for 2 digit and 3 digit division without carrying over, using this fully resourced lesson. This lesson pack includes … Lesson plan with curriculum details linked to Year 3 and Year 4 ability. A PowerPoint presentation that includes a starter activity, how to use the concept and assessment. Differentiated worksheet with extension activities. Visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc5Ti9Sgaxy7YqHFy99CUzA?view_as=public for an interactive video guide to this lesson.
Features of a NewsPaper Report Lesson
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Features of a NewsPaper Report Lesson

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Features of a News Paper Report Lesson KS2 English writing lesson to enhance children’s newspaper reports using emotive language. Lesson pack includes… Lesson Plan, News Report example, Colour coded features checklist, Lesson designed to support the writing of newspaper reports. Lesson included in News Report Writing - Planning, Lessons and Resources. KS2 English Planning Pack found here… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/news-report-writing-planning-lessons-and-resources-ks2-english-planning-pack-12060029
Outstanding English Lesson Plan Outline - Primary Earth
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Outstanding English Lesson Plan Outline - Primary Earth

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Primary Earth presents the Outstanding English Lesson Plan Outline. this format supports your lesson structure and helps you consider learning points and assessment details linked to you lesson and activity. This plan is perfect for planning your next Outstanding lesson observation. Visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc5Ti9Sgaxy7YqHFy99CUzA/featured?view_as=public for more interactive lesson plans and ideas.
Remote Learning - A Guide (includes sample lesson)
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Remote Learning - A Guide (includes sample lesson)

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In this guide, we look at the different ways you can use Flipped Lessons to make an impact in your classroom. A flipped classroom is one where students are introduced to new content though technology without teacher input. In this blended learning approach, face-to-face learning is mixed with independent study via technology. Primary Earth is working to create a collection of Flipped Classroom Lessons on YOUTUBE which allows teachers and pupils to bring Flipped Lessons into your classroom.
Addition Formal Method Remote Learning L1
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Addition Formal Method Remote Learning L1

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Addition Maths Mastery Video Lesson Year 3 An Interactive video is available for this lesson on our YOUTUBE Channel PRIMARY EARTH. Includes lesson plan and QR Codes. Cover the formal method for Addition with this lesson presentation and activity. Lessons includes… ‘Let’s get started’ small starter activity to get children thinking before the start of the lesson. ‘Class Learning’ explain the method with a step by step guide. ‘Let’s practice’ a set of four similar questions for children to practice the method learnt in the lesson, ‘Maths Mastery’ a calculation with missing numbers that children need to correct. ‘Activity’ A set of interactive questions for children to demonstrate what they have learnt and their mastery of the method. Covers the new national curriculum with links to White Rose Hub and Maths No Problem schemes.
Pupil Behaviour Tracker - Primary Earth
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Pupil Behaviour Tracker - Primary Earth

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Primary Earth presents the Pupil Behaviour Tracker. This format helps teachers and children to track their beahviour through the day and make correct choices. Send it home at the end of the day so parents can see how their child has behaved through out the day. Visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc5Ti9Sgaxy7YqHFy99CUzA/featured?view_as=public for more interactive lesson plans and ideas.
Pupil Progress Class File - Primary Earth
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Pupil Progress Class File - Primary Earth

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Primary Earth presents an easy and detailed way to track your classes progress though out the year and keep it in a handy file ready for Ofsted, parents evening or important meeting. Keep track of behaviour and parent meeting notes. Visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc5Ti9Sgaxy7YqHFy99CUzA/featured?view_as=public for more ideas and interactive lessons.
Subtraction Formal Method Remote Learning L1
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Subtraction Formal Method Remote Learning L1

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Subtraction Maths Mastery Lesson Year 3 An Interactive video is available for this lesson on our YOUTUBE Channel PRIMARY EARTH. Cover the formal method for Subtraction with this lesson presentation and activity. Lessons includes… ‘Let’s get started’ small starter activity to get children thinking before the start of the lesson. ‘Class Learning’ explain the method with a step by step guide. ‘Let’s practice’ a set of four similar questions for children to practice the method learnt in the lesson, ‘Maths Mastery’ a calculation with missing numbers that children need to correct. ‘Activity’ A set of interactive questions for children to demonstrate what they have learnt and their mastery of the method. Covers the new national curriculum with links to White Rose Hub and Maths No Problem schemes.
Parent Guide to Maths New Curriculum Addition Year 3
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Parent Guide to Maths New Curriculum Addition Year 3

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Try a sample of our new Maths Mastery Guide which covers the methods for using the formal method for the four processes. A perfect guide for parents who want to help their children with their homework but don’t know the methods used by the new nation curriculum. A helpful guide for new teachers to brush up on their knowledge of the new national curriculum methods. Covers new vocabulary such as regrouping and renaming.
Homework Progress Chart - Primary Earth
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Homework Progress Chart - Primary Earth

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Primary Earth presents our amazing Homework Progress Chart. Display this chart on the walls A3 and let the children sign in their homework to make it simple and easy to see who has handed in their homework.
Design A Tablet Computer (iPad) Project Learning
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Design A Tablet Computer (iPad) Project Learning

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Design A Tablet Computer Perfect for home learning and bringing practical and project learning to life. FREE while schools are closed to get it now! Bring to your class an exciting new project that combines elements of the KS2 curriculum including skills from Design Technology, Computing, Maths and English. Get your class excited about a future career in designing, making and selling. These are ambitious tasks and you can spend one lesson or more on each task to develop your creative ideas. Task 1 - Get inspired by different tablet computer designs and then in teams, brainstorm your imaginative and creative ideas read to feedback back to the class. Task 2 - Start thinking about your design and get inspiration from an Apple designer. In their teams, children design the look of their tablet computer and develop the details of who it is for and what it will do. Task 3 - Feel amazed as you watch how engineers design, prototype and build Disneyland. It’s time to create a prototype tablet computer out of different materials, thinking about size, durability, shape and how it will work. Don’t forget to paint it to make it look amazing. Task 4 - Now you have created a fantastic product, it’s time to learn how to sell your product with this video on persuasive advertising. Use these ideas to create a poster to sell your tablet computer thinking about colourful designs, catchy slogans and persuasive writing. Task 5 - Bring your product to the masses by storyboarding and filming your own incredible advertisement. How will you make people want to buy your tablet computers? Watch this example of how Microsoft are selling their new tablet computer. Task 6 - Now you have your completed design, prototype, posters and adverts, it’s time to sell, sell sell. Invite some friends to see your design and ask them to pick which tablet they would buy. Can you calculate how much money you would earn?
Fun Spelling Practice Activities
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Fun Spelling Practice Activities

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Get you class engaged with these fun spelling practice activities. Can work with any spelling list in any year group. A great resource to use to get your class enthusiastic about spellings. A useful activity that fills 15 min or more. Perfect for the start of the day or after break time. 3 Weeks worth of spelling ideas that can be used over and over again. DOWNLOAD FOR FREE NOW!
All About Me - Non Fiction Writing Topic
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All About Me - Non Fiction Writing Topic

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All About Me - Writing Non Fiction Get to know your new class by using this modelled writing approach. Children write a information text over one week and create a report about themselves. Lessons cover a range of simple sentence structure and key text features such as headings and subheadings. This pack includes… Detailed lesson plans, Lessons presentations including prompts and writing models, Publishing layout to write their completed reports This is a simple way to assess the gaps in children’s understanding early on in the year. This planning uses the Initiate, Model and Enable approach which was developed using Rosenshine’s Principles for Learning.
Coordinating Conjunctions (Alien Themed) - Outstanding Writing Lesson
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Coordinating Conjunctions (Alien Themed) - Outstanding Writing Lesson

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Conjunction and Complex Sentence Lesson Pack KS2 English writing lesson to enhance children’s Non-Chronological Reports using complex sentences and conjunctions. Lesson pack includes… Lesson Plan, Three differentiated activities, Conjunction Starter, Conjunctions Explanation Presentation, Has been used and tested in observation lessons. Lesson designed to support the writing of Non-Chronological Reports. Lesson included in Non-Chronological Report Writing - Planning, Lessons and Resources. KS2 English Planning Pack found here… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/writing-a-non-chronological-report-ks2-planning-lessons-and-resources-12089854