The SMART Notebook default pages didn't have a handwriting page the same as the ones in our handwriting books so this got quickly put together.
A quick Smartboard resource to match numbers to their roman numeral symbol.
An interactive whiteboard diagram that gives information about the different parts of a volcano. Can be used independently by a group to explore volcanoes.
A domino game to improve recognition of time. Children should match the analog time to the digital time.
A domino game to improve recognition of military time. Children should match the analog time to the digital time.
Plane tickets for roleplay areas or whatever else to be thought up with.
This activity is intended to be a group task where children, using the resources given, plan their holiday to include all the information on the planning sheet as well as activities throughout their holiday.
A SMART Notebook file with example sentences using the past, present and future tense. The empty spaces on the table give the opportunity to discuss and think about past, present and future tenses. A range of 1st, 2nd and 3rd person sentences have been used as an additional discussion point. Includes a challenge looking solely at verbs at the end.
Some multiplication word problems with a Christmas theme.\n\nEasy version focuses on multiplying 4s within 10.\n\nHard version is a mix of multiplication, beyond 10.
Differentiated two ways (with the intention that I'll differentiate it another two ways in the future) party planning sheet.\n\nChildren have to work in groups to plan a party to fit in with a given budget. Knowledge of adding and subtracting decimals is required.
A differentiated set of mental maths bingo cards and questions.I give different groups the different mats and then randomly read questions. Some questions reveal more than one answer (on multiple boards) so improves the chance of random winners.
Two identical packs (one editable) designed to be used as a group activity. Children work in groups of 3 to plan their own city state, thinking about different aspects of settlement and linking all of their previous understanding and research together.
Anther takeaway homework. The pricing on my previous version confused some of the children and so I decided it was better to get rid of it. This also freed up some extra space for me to add reading tasks after removing 'starters&'.\n\nPrevious Takeaway Homework: http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/KS2-Takeaway-Homework-6430303/
A 4 way-differentiated sorting task using the 2nd person and past, present and future tenses.
Just a very simple, self-explanatory, science writing frame to be completed before experiments.\n\nI've used with KS2 children when they&'ve planned their own investigations into forces. Works great alongside a little guiding discussion.
A Takeaway Homework for KS2. A mix of different homeworks and prices. Rules on the front and space to track which homework has been completed on the back.\n\nBig credit to this resource, where I stole most of the ideas: http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Pick-n-Mix-Takeaway-Homework-6424061/
Some uniform drawer labels each with a little picture of the contents. The PDF version is the one you'll want to use if you don&'t want to make alterations. The Word doc is there if you want to change things, though you&';ll need Comic Sans Neue font to keep the same font.
Some AF related questions to be used during guided reading for an individual reading group. The questions are written in child-friendly language and offer a free choice for children. Editable word doc.
This is an active mathematical game based on a PE game.\n\nRules, answers and differentiated (four ways) questions are included.\n\nThe idea is that the children run from a corner, grab a question and work it out to earn points for their team. This mental arithmetic game has been made for my KS2 class - hence the differentiation four ways - but could be easily adapted by adding/removing questions.
Word searches to aid the learning of different word types. Used with work on the Spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) side of the curriculum.I got the children to highlight the different word types using different colours.