This lesson explores the monarch Mary I (Bloody Mary) through the use of poetry as a source. There are tasks to do independently making this very suitable for a remote learning task.
This is a lesson looking at research skills on internet safety. This is suitable to set for remote learning and designed with SEN children in mind.
This lesson looks at mystery writing and gives children the opportunity to write their own version of a mystery story. This is best for LA or SEN children or those doing a literacy intervention.
This is a lesson following an episode of total drama island involving activities to do . Follow the notes bit to see where to pause. Great for a low ability writing or literacy intervention
This booklet can be done independently and covers topics from the national curriculum for year three maths on the topics of number and place value including lots of activities.
This lesson is designed for independent online/remote learning. It focuses on a poem written by Elizabeth I herself ‘when i was fair and young’ and includes both English and History skills.
This is a research task for pupils to complete to look at different crossing used in the UK. Perfect to set for remote/online learning as part of a road safety unit.
This sheet shows how to find the area of a triangle then some questions for them to attempt on their own. Perfect for a remote learning task
This sheet gives children space to log everything they have read over the Christmas holidays and a bingo sheet for different types of reading.
These word-searches offer clues to find the correct words for the following topics: conflict in Asia Elizabethan england Germany Health and the People
This powerpoint follows an episode of teen titans go (currently on netflix) - season two episode 33. There are activities to break up the episode and encourage the development of literacy.
This would be good for consolidating their knowledge after chapter eight. The PowerPoint consists of 5 pictures with the opportunity for some creative writing then writing a diary entry. Great for a low ability group to complete or for a literacy intervention.
This includes a PowerPoint with revision ideas for each monarch. Then, there are also word documents to complement the activities on the slides. In the notes of each slide is a YouTube link for a relevant (fun) video if you would like to break up the times.
A starter task matching definitions to word classes then a text about a pet shop followed by four questions and a plenary task to write 3 sentences. Perfect for SEND pupils or reading interventions.
Includes a maths workbook following the year four curriculum as well as a writing practice booklet.
This lesson explores the genre of detective fiction through a multiple choice reading comprehension of hounds of the baskervilles and a chance for them to write their own detective fiction stories.
This pack includes theme stars and the novel on one sheet of A4 for the following texts: Blood Brothers, A Christmas Carol and Macbeth. And just the theme stars for the following: Jekyll and Hyde, Lord of the Flies, An Inspector Calls, Curious Incident, Frankenstein, Great Expectations, Jane Eyre, Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet and Sign of the Four.
This is a full hour lesson looking at what sources are in a Victorian Crime and Punishment context. This is really broken down so great for a lower ability class or even as an intervention.
This lesson looks at the crimes which were committed in the Middle-Ages and the punishments to suit them. Also included is a reading comprehension on the police force. Great for lower ability classes or 1:1s.
Keywords taken from the Conflict in Asia course turned into flashcards to play with like ‘Headbands’ with coloured medals on the cards to display the difficulty of the word.
An independent work book following the year four curriculum for mathematics. This includes units of work on times table practice, fractions, measuring and telling the time.