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#### What can you do in 1 minute? Differentiated (Y1/2)

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Pupils estimate how many times they can do certain things in 1 minute, e.g.how high a tower of cubes can we build? Using a minute timer, the group then completes the task and writes what the actual answer was.
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#### Jesus and Zacchaeus worksheet

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A Microsoft Word worksheet on different perspectives in the story of Jesus and the tax collector.
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#### Math word problems differentiated worksheets

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Addition and subtraction word problem questions. Some 2 step problems are on higher ability sheet.
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#### Storyboard Template (6 boxes)

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Blank template to use for storyboarding activities in all subjects with boxes for students to draw pictures and lines for written descriptions.
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#### Ways to make 10c worksheet

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Use with plastic coins - children draw around the coins to make 10c in as many ways as possible. Hand write 10c on each price label before photocopying.
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#### Fiction or Non-Fiction? Handout

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Used as a homework sheet but could be used as part of a lesson. Pictures of book covers, children should write 'fiction' or 'non-fiction' under each.
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#### Count the faces; edges; vertices of 3D shapes

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Use with 3D shapes on each table. Children should pick up and handle the actual 3D shapes before and while completing the handout. Remember to reinforce that the handout shows depictions of 3D shapes, and not the shapes themselves.
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#### Money counting in 2p and in 1p for LA

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Some documents don't open. The ones that do, do not use US currency.
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#### Blank postcard template

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Blank postcard template which can be used for any subject or content area.
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#### Which material is strongest? Handout

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Used with the properties of materials unit. We tested the strength of various materials by cutting them into bag templates (each table had a different material) and then counted how many weights they could hold before breaking. The first half of the handout was completed before the experiment, and the second half once we had finished the experiment.