Story Writing at KS2Quick View

Story Writing at KS2

PowerPoint with ideas based on those in the Igniting Writing series by Pie Corbett, Sue Palmer and Ann Webley Looks at different elements of a story and gives examples of different ideas that can be used within the classroom. Many ideas are visual and would support reluctant writers or pupils with SEN

By bevevans22

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Money ManagementQuick View

Money Management

6x fully resourced lessons: 3x1hr PP, clips, worksheets, differentiated fully for MA,LA or Core Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Suitable for PSHE or PSD ASDAN Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)

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Money ManagementQuick View

Money Management

1hr PP, clip, worksheets, differentiated fully Complete 1 hour lesson with accompanying worksheets Different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)

By EC_Resources

Money: BudgetingQuick View

Money: Budgeting

Fully resourced lesson includes: 1hr PP, clip, worksheets, differentiated fully Complete 1 hour lesson with accompanying worksheets Suitable for easily adapted for either Different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Suitable for PSD ASDAN/PSHE Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)

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Money: Financial ProductsQuick View

Money: Financial Products

1hr PP, clip, worksheets, differentiated fully Complete 1 hour lesson with accompanying worksheets Different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)

By EC_Resources

Cursive and Non Cursive Handwriting BookletQuick View

Cursive and Non Cursive Handwriting Booklet

Some simple booklets I put together for a mixed KS3/4 class of SLD/MLD/ASD students to practice cursive writing and printing. There are 4 similar booklets, two cursive with guide lines, (one has a larger font) ,one non cursive with an underline and one non cursive with guidelines. The booklets are symbol/ picture supported and linked to phase 2/3 of letters and sounds. I hope these are of use to someone :) The contents are: • Small letters • Tall and dangly letters • Capital letters • CVC words • CCVC words • sh words • ch • th • ai • ee • igh • oo • oa • HF See my other booklets which follow on from this one https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cursive-and-non-cursive-handwriting-booklet-2-6399622 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/cursive-and-non-cursive-handwriting-booklet-3-6424271 Edit: due to popular demand I have uploaded editable versions. For the word documents to display properly you will need to ask your search engine for the following fonts: Non-cursive: Dnealian manuscript, Dnealian manuscript lined, the dotty non-cursive was primer apples. For the cursive fonts, I used this handy Microsoft word 'add on' from here. http://www.cursivewriting.org/joined-up-handwriting.html This installs its own fonts called Xccw lined, joined, dotty etc with options for where the letters join such as top or bottom. It's not free though.

By Louisecrane

Friends intervention planning - Social SkillsQuick View

Friends intervention planning - Social Skills

This pack is suitable for WHOLE CLASS as well as group work. If there are teachers out there who have children who just don’t get along then try running this as an intervention during PSHE time. Each lesson will take approximately 40 minutes to an hour. Each lesson is based on a letter from the word FRIENDS It is perfect for an ELSA or teaching assistant who has to work with a group of children with friendship issues. Included in this pack: FRIENDS certificates (children colour in a letter after each lesson and take them away at the end of the intervention). 7 planning sessions which could be done over several weeks. 40 positive friendship cards The Key to deserving good friends worksheet Five posters looking at skills for empathy. Skills for empathy bookmarks for the children to take away A ‘Friend’ venn worksheet. Heart friends template How to apologise bookmark for the children to take away after the lesson. Lesson objectives: I can find things I have in common with someone else Children will explore interests with a person in the group or class and find common interests. I understand that I must respect my friend. Children will explore respectful and disrespectful behaviour towards others focusing on the playground. They will design a poster showing a respectful playground. I understand the importance of including people in games, play, conversation and outings. Children will play games to illustrate what it feels like to be included or not included. I understand the importance of empathy for being a good friend and for having a good friend. Children will learn five skills to help them develop empathy for others. I understand why I need friends and why my friends need me. Children will explore why they need friends. Why friends are important. I can tell you some of my qualities for being a good friend. Children will explore their positive qualities essential for friendship. I can understand how important it is to say sorry if I am wrong. Children will look at how to apologise in this lesson.

By Elsasupport

Transition Lapbook Template packQuick View

Transition Lapbook Template pack

Transition to another school or class – My idea for this is that this can be built with a child, combining lessons and creativity and craft. Each component can be a lesson or part of a lesson. It is something for the child to take away at the end of your sessions. You could easily fill 4 to 6 lessons with what is in this lapbook. There are two versions, one in black and white so the child can colour the lettering etc and one in colour where they can just cut and stick. There are two alternative back covers which you can choose to add to the lapbook. One is a game about ‘Changes’ and the other is a weekly feelings diary. Of course you could add one of those to the back cover and just use the other separately. This resource could be a fantastic end of term project for a Year 6 teacher. The children will love all the little pockets and will be making something to be proud of. Included in the transition lapbook is: Name – child writes their name in a colourful way – they could write in bubble writing or decorate it anyway they wish. Picture– either take a photo of the child to stick here or ask them to draw themselves. Front cover title – Moving on My new school or new class worries – What sort of things are they worried about? Use the little monster writing sheets for children to write down their worries to put in the little pocket. Discuss these at each session and help to reassure the child about the changes that will happen when they move class or school. Questions about my new school or class – This is a perfect opportunity to answer all those questions about the new school or class. My autograph and message book – Let them collect autographs and messages from friends to take on with them to the next school or class. My goals and targets – This is a little layered book. The child has to come up with a target for the rest of the term, a target for the summer holidays and a target for the new school or class. All about me tag book – Lots of questions to answer in this little tag book. Treasure chest – Includes concertina books with some prompts but also includes a blank so you can ask different questions. The treasure box could contain anything that the child wants to keep safe. They could pop some little photos in there too. A letter to my future self – What do they hope for in the future? How can they see themselves when they are in the next class or in their new school. What will they be doing? What will they have achieved? Will they have new friends? A letter could also be written telling their future self of what they are doing now, any of their concerns or worries etc. Friends – The child can write their friend’s name and finish the image to look like their friend. All their friends can fit into the little pocket. Changes game (back cover) Feelings diary (alternative back cover)

By Elsasupport

Anxiety and Worries Group intervention - Mental HealthQuick View

Anxiety and Worries Group intervention - Mental Health

The intervention Who is if for? This Anxiety and Worries Group intervention is for a group of up to six children and is led by a teaching assistant. The focus age range would be 7 to 11, although older pupils would probably benefit from this intervention. Children who worry a lot would be a good focus group for this intervention. It runs for approximately 40-60 minutes, weekly for six weeks. What does it cover? This Anxiety and Worries Group intervention covers emotions, relaxation, calming down techniques and learning objectives around anxiety and worries. Children will learn about emotions during each session and will also learn relaxation and calming techniques through the ‘relaxation time’. This knowledge and these skills will help them to become more emotionally literate. The warm-up games teach a variety of skills such as co-operation, team work, taking turns, communication skills, friendship, self-esteem and confidence. The coming together of a group fosters a sense of belonging and therefore raises self-esteem. Every opportunity should be taken to promote belonging and friendship. Relaxation exercises will help children to manage their anxiety and these are visited each session. Information on Anxieties and worries It is important to mention that anxiety is such a big problem and affects people in different ways and at different things. Sometimes there appears to be no reason for the anxiety. This intervention is about giving children the knowledge to help themselves and to gain a little understanding about what anxiety is. It is NOT about fixing children’s problems but about supporting them through their problems. Anxiety work needs to be done by professionals who have training in counselling or psychology. An ELSA or TA can offer knowledge and support and it is important that this line is not crossed and boundaries are clear. By giving children the self-awareness, knowledge and some relaxation skills you are empowering them to help themselves cope. If you are ever worried about a child then please do refer them on to professional services so they can get the help they need. What’s included in the pack? A planning booklet with 6 session plans. Circle time rules Warm up games for circle-time Assessments Emotion wheels Emotion wordmat Certificates Five Star Breathing poster NEEDS to know Poster Emotion cards NEEDS to know cards Anxiety physical symptoms cards Where in your body worksheet Anxiety cards Coping strategies poster Worry tree Thought bubbles (ants) Changing those thoughts worksheet Zap anxiety poster My Five a day plan ELSA/Teaching Assistant notes

By Elsasupport

Adding 'ing' to verbs: Spelling rulesQuick View

Adding 'ing' to verbs: Spelling rules

A powerpoint presentation showing the spelling rules associated with adding ‘ing’ to verbs. It employs bold graphics and animations throughout, with captions in Comic Sans font

By bevevans22

SPaG - Adventurous Adverbs ActivityQuick View

SPaG - Adventurous Adverbs Activity

Interactive teaching activity where pupils think of adverbs that describe the verb contained in each photo shown. Includes supporting worksheets in a mind map style.

By TesPrimary

Story Sentence Starters & Openers: writing ideasQuick View

Story Sentence Starters & Openers: writing ideas

A small display pack designed to give writers ideas for story sentence starters or openers. Each A5 sheet has a type of sentence and an example (or two) of the sentence. Each sentence has a picture to accompany it. Sentence types include where, when or who the action is related to, short sentences, alliteration, drop in clause, 3 actions etc.

By bevevans22

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Story of St Patrick

PowerPoint containing simple facts about the life of St Patrick. Simple text in Comic Sans font with clip art illustrations

By bevevans22

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SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroomQuick View

SEND Strategies for Differentiation Success in your classroom

Individual Educational Plan to specifically support SEND students. Use the strategies in your lessons to differentiate for SEND students. These plans were drawn up to support in Humanities lessons but would transfer to other subjects. Local Authority, Ofsted have said that is is exemplary SEND practice. I have written codes for the below areas of need. On your lesson plan write the code and the strategy number next to the initials of the child. Keep the IEPs in your teaching file with the students name on. Practical strategies that support the new SEND code of practice. Various strategies to use in lessons depending on the need of the child. Area of SEND need covered includes: SPLD Dyslexia General Literacy difficulties Dyscalculia Dyspraxia ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder BESD Behavioural, Emotional and Social difficulties including ODD Oppositional Defiant Disorder Autism Asperger Syndrome Hearing Impaired Editable file to personalise to your department.

By lesleyann75

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Lego TherapyQuick View

Lego Therapy

This is a Lego therapy resource pack which is designed to aid any practitioner to successfully deliver a course of play sessions. The core contents of the pack can be tailored to different age groups or abilities by the practitioner. It has twenty-four different pages which contain a brief introduction and then explains each team member's role and job description. It also has visual images to aid with colours, shapes and questions that could be asked to help the children engage and communicate with each other. There is also a tracker sheet which is great for following each child as they develop or it highlights if they need additional support. Lastly, the practitioner should have basic knowledge of play therapy and if not this pack could further develop their own personal skill set. I hope this pack is received well and for added usage just laminate, and most of all HAVE FUN.

By Barb78

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Mental Health

30x resources total in 8x lesson packs - all include: a 1hr PowerPoint, worksheets, clip links with questions, all differentiated and fully resourced 1hr lessons with clear LOs to three levels of progress. 1. Mental health overview and depression 2. Coping with stress 3. Coping with anxiety 4. Body image and mental health 5. Social Anxiety 6. Resilience - achieving with good mental health 7. Mental health and eating disorders 8. Self Esteem There's easily 14 hours worth of planning gone into this, so I hope it saves you time and you find it value for money. ALSO - Leave me a review and I'll send you a resource of your choice for free. All is differentiated to 3 levels or 4 levels where possible and designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above. Many more paid and free resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/emjcot

By EC_Resources