A lesson presentation explaining the features of informal and formal texts with paired and group tasks. To be used alongside lessons on writing different text types such as emails or letters.
Short activity sheet that explains how to set out a PEEl paragraph. It has an example paragraph, an ordering task and then an independent task linked to letter or email writing. The topic is the proposed closure of a leisure centre.
A selection of slow writing prompts (which include explanations and examples) that could be printed off onto cards. I have used these to help students improve their grade for section B of the GCSE English Language paper, however they could be used for creative writing for KS2 and KS3.
A worksheet to help primary aged children identify the river animals that they can see.
Three activities for teaching capacity.
Pupils are given the properties of the shape. They have to identify the name of the shape and what it looks like and add it to the table.
Task planners to remind children how to use an array for division. Good to use to support pupils less confident with this strategy so that they can work independently.
A journey map template for children to draw what they can hear on a learning walk as part of learning about the senses.