CHRISTMAS QUIZ 2016 END OF TERM YEAR 2016Quick View

CHRISTMAS QUIZ 2016 END OF TERM YEAR 2016

PLEASE SEE MY UPDATED AND NEW EASTER 2017 QUIZ https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/easter-quiz-2017-end-of-term-2017-11545320 End of Term Christmas Quiz to use with all secondary year groups and classes, maybe years 5 and 6 too. QUIZ ROUNDS:- 1 CELEBRITY MASH UP BONUS – BABY FACE 2. NEWS 3. MOVIES 4. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 5. MUSIC BONUS – VIDEO MUSIC MATHS PROBLEM ANSWERS TIE BREAKERS BONUS ROUND JUST DANCE "KUNG FU FIGHTING" (FORFEIT FOR LOSING TEAM, PUPILS LOVE THIS) Questions, Answers, MUSIC, VIDEOS all self contained in one easy to follow PowerPoint. Very easy to use, minimal work from the teacher:) MASSIVE 85MB (FILE SIZE) QUIZ Some Reviews from my previous Quiz :- “AMAZING ! best resource I've spotted on tes in ages. Superb quality” “Great graphics and slick use of PP! Long enough to fill an 1hrs lesson!” “Absolutely fantastic - I'll be returning to you for the 2017 version!!��� “Absolutely brilliant! They loved it. Other teachers popped their heads in and asked me for it. I referred them here! Thank you.” “Excellent! Well worth the £2 for the amount of work put into it. Thanks” “Thanks for the resource, you saved me a lot of time. Definitely worth paying for!” “AMAZING!! Thank you!! this was perfect for my end of term fun activity day”

By AliChishti

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The 5 Minute Lesson Plan by @TeacherToolkitQuick View

The 5 Minute Lesson Plan by @TeacherToolkit

Designed to reduce planning time & focus on key learning phases within a lesson. (Will still require thinking!) Remember - Sept. 2014 - Ofsted no longer require a lesson plan for lessons, but evidence of ‘a planned lesson!’ Useful for coaching and mentoring NQTs; or with established colleagues for paired observations. “Stickability” = What will stick in students minds as they leave your lesson? What key point do you want them to remember? Now translated into 8 languages. Pin your plan? bit.ly/5MinMapped Contact me @TeacherToolkit Updated Oct 2014

By rmcgill

DIRT Worksheet (A3 Double-Sided)Quick View

DIRT Worksheet (A3 Double-Sided)

For any GCSE subject. This download includes a generic (multi-subject) A3 double-sided DIRT worksheet. DIRT stands for 'Dedicated Improvement Reflection Time' and the worksheet features a number of activities that encourage students to reflect on their work, their targets and how to improve. The download also includes a 5-slide, fully-animated, PowerPoint presentation that can be integrated into your teaching materials or used as a session in itself. The Powerpoint features a number of activities for DIRT. Both files are fully editable so that you can make any alterations or changes you might want to.

By godwin86

Numeracy Assessment (EYFS)Quick View

Numeracy Assessment (EYFS)

A sheet to record your assessment of the children in numeracy. Print this sheet twice (there are enough rows for 15 names) and use it for on-entry, term 2 and term 3 assessment. Simply fill in beside each child's name their results for numeral recognition, ability to count objects, count irregular objects and so forth. Each term's entry is on the same page to allow for progression to be seen easily.

By MrEarlyYears

Child Observation: A Learning Story (EYFS)Quick View

Child Observation: A Learning Story (EYFS)

A lesson observation sheet for EYFS (Nursery and Reception). I have called this a Learning Story as it allows the observer to write down exactly what is happening with a view of recording the learning. There is an extensive bank of prompts on the sheet to make observing easy for the assistant (LAS or TA) as well as the teacher. The prompts include "Is the child interested?", "Does the child take turns?", "Does the child express needs and feelings in an appropriate way?" etc. This helps to guide the observer to spot achievements and challenges for the child. On the reverse of the sheet, the Characteristics of Effective Learning prompts are listed in a clear easy to read table for easy observing.

By MrEarlyYears

Phonics/Literacy AssessmentQuick View

Phonics/Literacy Assessment

A sheet to record your assessment of the children in phonics/literacy. Print this sheet twice (there are enough rows for 15 names) and use it for on-entry, term 2 and term 3 assessment. Simply fill in beside each child's name their results for the number of phonemes, graphemes tricky words and so forth that the child knows. Each term's entry is on the same page to allow for progression to be seen easily.

By MrEarlyYears

Shape Assessment (EYFS)Quick View

Shape Assessment (EYFS)

A sheet to record your assessment of the children in 2d shape recognition. Print this sheet twice (there are enough rows for 15 names) and simply fill in beside each child's name their results for recognition of each shape which is clearly shown.

By MrEarlyYears

Reading Observation Sheet with Prompts (EYFS)Quick View

Reading Observation Sheet with Prompts (EYFS)

An observation sheet especially tailored to reading. With this sheet, you can observe the child during an adult led guided reading session or during independent child-led reading. The sheets contain an extensive range of prompts to guide the observer which makes observing quick and easy!

By MrEarlyYears

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Observation and Assessment Bundle (EYFS)Quick View

Observation and Assessment Bundle (EYFS)

Included in this bundle is: A long Observation Proforma with key prompts to make observing simple. A Reading Observation Proforma with key prompts to make observing reading simple. Numeracy Assessment Grid for recording on-entry baseline and termly progress in Numeracy Phonics/Literacy Assessment grid for recording on-entry baseline and termly progress in phonics A shape assessment grid for recording children's knowledge of simple 2d shapes.

By MrEarlyYears

Counting Interactive ResourceQuick View

Counting Interactive Resource

This resource contains android and EPUB 3 formats. This file contains: *Counting 1-20 *Counting using objects *Counting on ten frames *Count one more *Count one less *Count forward *Count backward *Names of numbers 1-20 *Complete a sequence *Count tens and ones ************************************************************************************** All rights are reserved. Having purchased this item, you are entitled to make copies of it for personal use or your classroom use only. Uploading this item on the internet (even for personal use) is also prohibited and breaches the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. In this event, the item will be recognised by search engines and its publisher identified. ************************************************************************************** My sincere hope is that you will have found this product helpful! I welcome questions and queries about this or any other of my products. thewayofteacherjourney@gmail.com

By batoolashraf20

New Class Poetry Activity (Back to School/Transition)Quick View

New Class Poetry Activity (Back to School/Transition)

This is a great literacy activity for the first week back to school and a wonderful teamwork project to help your new class settle in! This is an updated version of our very popular transition pack. ***SPECIAL OFFER*** Get 20% off this resource using code HAPPYSHOPPER at checkout! New Tes accounts can get this resource for free using code GETCRAFTY at checkout! This activity pack is designed for primary teachers getting to know their new classes and is based on an activity in which pupils create a new class poem using the letters in the name of their new class (or the name of their teacher). The pack contains a Powerpoint lesson, teacher instructions and pupil resources - everything you need for this fun poetry lesson, including warm up/getting to know you games and a fun teamwork project based on making and performing a class poem. The activity allows pupils to work together to make a class poem that spells out the name of their new class. The session is based around Edward Lear’s ‘Alphabet Poem’ and the activities include suggestions for adapting the lesson for KS1 or KS2. This resource is structured in the following way: 1. Fun warm up activities and games including name games, a classroom hunt activity, a paper-chain race and 'Find Someone Who' bingo. 2. A poetry time activity following the lesson Powerpoint to help the class to become familiar with Edward Lear���s ‘Alphabet Poem’. There are different options to adapt this for different age groups. 3. A group activity in which pupils create their own stanzas for the alphabet poem, using the letters that spell out your class name or their new teacher's name. 4. A whole class performance of the new poem. Check out our other popular resource packs: All About Me Time Capsule Recipe for a Great School Year! Autumn Poetry Pack KS1 All About Me Fidget Spinner Pack Stone Age Boy Pack Please follow the steps below to access your files: 1. Return to this page. 2.Further down the page you’ll see the files included within the Resource listed under the header ‘Files Included’. You may need to click on the ‘See all Resources’ to view them all. 3. Use the download arrow icons found to the left of each of the file names for each separate file. Please note that due to terms of use in the images used, the Powerpoint file is not editable.

By KS2History

Maths InvestigationsQuick View

Maths Investigations

A list of over 20 Maths problems, puzzles, games and investigations that I collated during my MaST (Maths Specialist Teacher) course last year. Whilst easy to use as they are in KS2, most could easily be adapted for KS1 too. Please use them as a starting point to extend and develop where you, or your class, want to take them: 'What would happen if ...'

By andrewchadwick