4 Lessons worth of Instruction Writing Plans for a Higher Ability set, including a range of activities to carry out including making an imperative alphabet with the children as a starter- they really enjoyed this activity!
Please be aware these are not randomised, so cutting out before the lesson will be necessary.
Pupils can match these cards together again using clues before main input (words which sound the same, knowledge about other languages).
Or you can use this as a reference sheet!
Some differentiated sheets on Neil Armstrong for significant person in History unit in Year 1. It was made to accompany any video or Powerpoint from a popular resource website, as the activities weren’t quite appropriate for the level of my year 1s. There is also a wordbank at the bottom of each page to act as prompts for writing.
Good for a starter or a plenary, these are cut-out and keep grids to use with children to consolidate conversion of lengths through the game of snap. Conversions are between metre and cm, metre and km, mm and cm so are suitable for lower KS2.
Used in Year 3 to aid listening skills when the class were doing presentations.
Includes space for 'what I already know' and then interesting facts.
Booklet contains space for 7 countries and their flags. Includes facts about Europe as a continent on the sides.
Hope it helps!
A 2 hour Lesson Plan and Power Point presentation on a one off lesson to generate entries for a local Art Competition. Children had to go outside and find natural materials to make sculptures. They were encouraged to think about ways of sticking items together without using glue. The video included is about the work of Andy Goldsworthy.
A worksheet, Powerpoint Presentation and a Lesson Plan which introduces children to German words/phrases for different sports.Children are given an Cultural Understanding of German Sports Days and popular German sport (Handball), as well as Language Learning Strategies (English words are used for some German sports). This activity can be differentiated according to abilities.
This work sheet draws on familiar characters for children to think about describing and then attempt to write a descriptive sentence. As an extension, I would provide more pictures of characters for children to have a go at describing.
Character Guess Who as a plenary, child to select an image and describe the character without mentioning their name to the rest of the class.
this is a bundle including a worksheet on why people are famous, a quiz on famous people we might know to stimulate discussion about why they are famous, and a selection of pictures of Lord Nelson with questions to start a historical inquiry into the life of a famous person.
A sheet which can be used in a variety of ways. My idea is to use this sheet in a 'shop keeper&' scenario, where the children each have the pictures (cut out and laminated) in front of them. I go down my shopping list and say which fruit I need. first child to hand it to me gets a point. Could also be played in groups, and extended by using numbers of fruit.
to teach Halloween in a non-threatening but informative way, this is a worksheet designed for MABs and HABs in KS1 to explore the reasons for Halloween and also to identify symbols of Halloween and their history.