A planning sheet for writing a character profile of Katie Morag. A SATs style comprehension sheet about 'Katie Morag delivers the mail'. A powerpoint about Grannie Island. A worksheet to compare the two grandmothers.
Flashcards/posters of what the gruffalo looks like. Used for character description. A SATs style reading comprehension. Two worksheets about how a character is feeling and what they are thinking at a specific point in the story.
Comprehension questions for Jack and the beanstalk set out in the style of a SATs reading paper. It can easily be changed to fit the version of the story you are using.
A powerpoint of some sights and activites in London. I used this in Literacy as an opening for writing an information leaflet about London (Year 2). It also links in well with 'Where in the world is Barnaby Bear?' (Geo, Year 2).
The story is boxed up so that children can choose one thing to change about it.
A powerpoint giving information about bats. A cloze procedure about bats (doesn't go with the powerpoint).
Two 'treasure hunt' worksheets (owls and bats). Hide the clues around the classroom, children have to find them to complete the sentences.
A comprehension, done in the style of a SATs paper on the book 'The Troll'.
A comprehension in the style of a SATs reading paper. Can easily be adapted to fit the version of the story you are using.
A template for children to write a report (a prospectus) about their school.
This powerpoint was used as an introduction to the Great Fire of London (lesson 1).
I made this powerpoint as in introduction to the unit. After the powerpoint I read a postcard from Barnaby Bear, where he talked about the weather & food. The children then wrote about how Barnaby travelled, what he'd seen etc.
main lesson activity and worksheets to follow.
I made this powerpoint to give my class information about hamsters. They then used this information to write a non-chronological report about hamsters.
A smartboard activity where children need to decide what to pack depending on where Barnaby is going, followed by a worksheet.
Two resources. For the first one you need to choose a particular point in the story for the children to write about how the witch feels and what she might be thinking. The second is a planning sheet for writing a character profile of the witch.
9 questions to answer about the story 'Handa&'s Surprise&';.
Children cut out the sentences and put them in the correct order. Page 1 - original story sentences. Page 2 - MA Page 3 -LA.
Children are to put the correct sentence opener at the start of the sentence.
I made some flash cards of question words as I could only find a few on the internet - who, what, why etc. Easily adaptable.
A couple of worksheets & a smartboard activity I used with Year 2 when working with dictionaries.