Aimed at KS1 but could be used with older pupils who need reinforcement or with SEN. Includes a place value table to laminate and reuse and two Pokémon-themed worksheets based around place value. Documents are available as PDF and Pages (Mac only) versions.
Perfect for KS1 Toys and/or Materials topics, this resource pack includes: A presentation for whole-class discussion of timelines and chronological ordering of toys, A timeline worksheet differentiated three ways A blank timeline worksheet which can be used as an extension A materials worksheet differentiated three ways. Enough for 1-2 lessons and appropriate for a cross-curricular approach. Please contact me with any questions and leave a review if you love it!
Can be used in Maths or Art. A simple one-page quiz with five questions about human body proportions. The children are usually really surprised at the answers - and, of course, love trying to disprove them! Could be suitable for a starter or plenary.
A step-by-step guide on how to make a pop-up pumpkin Hallowe'en card, with full colour photographs. Can be printed off for the children to use.
A worksheet to practise artistic techniques in ink (hatching, cross-hatching and stippling). I recommend that the children use black fineliner pens if possible, as ballpoint pens tend to be a bit too smudgy.
Two mini worksheets on one A4 page. The child has to find several examples of 'boring' adjectives, verbs etc. from their book, and then list some suggested alternatives. Good for work on word classes or synonyms.
A step-by-step, full colour visual guide to multiplying using the grid method over two pages. Could be printed, laminated and kept in class as a reference, or each child could have a copy inside their Maths book.
A fill-in-the-box worksheet where the children start with a random three-digit number (found on random number generator website or by using dice). As they move to the left-hand columns, they count back by 10, 100 or 1000; as they move to the right-hand columns, they count on by 10, 100 or 1000. Two worksheets provided, 10s and 100s (MA) or 10s, 100s and 1000s (HA). Level is indicated by playing cards (3, 2 and Ace). Please leave me a review if you like my resources! Feel free to contact me with suggestions, requests or feedback :) Miss Poole
Quick quiz on simple area and perimeter, with a few slightly harder questions thrown in for good measure... geddit??
'Draw three pictures that show three different things that happened in your book. Be prepared to explain them to the class' Simple homework activity. When the children bring it back to school, choose one or more children to show their work to the class and explain what's happening in the pictures. Good for those who aren't yet able to write a formal review of their book.
This pack includes a presentation (PowerPoint and Keynote types provided) explaining step-by-step how to complete a simple logic puzzle, which can be used as a whole-class starter. It also includes a worksheet with four different logic puzzles for the pupils to complete, and a full answer key for the teacher. Perfect for a filler activity, in between Christmas play rehearsals, after SATs or as an extension or challenge for more able KS2 pupils. Suitable for upper KS2 or lower KS3.
A set of place value cards aimed at KS1 (but could be used with older pupils who need reinforcement, or SEN) with the three stages of evolution of Pikachu: Pichu (units), Pikachu (tens) and Raichu (hundreds). Included as PDF or as a Pages version (only compatible with Macs). Also available are Pokémon place value worksheets that tie in with this.
Interactive timeline of toys I used this with a Y2 class during a cross-curricular History/Literacy lesson before writing instruction manuals for toys.
A simple yet engaging ‘trick’ for any age or ability, I’ve used this worksheet with KS1, 2 and 3. All the child needs to do is write any number in the star and then double and halve it according to the instructions, so this can be easily differentiated with different sizes of numbers. Why not challenge the more able pupils by giving special conditions for the starter numbers they come up with? ‘Must be odd’, ‘All the digits must add up to 17’, ‘No zeros’ etc. Hours of fun! If you love it, please leave me a review!
LO: I can plot shapes with a specific area and perimeter. A fun and creative activity for children to practice what they know about area and perimeter by plotting furniture items on a grid, according to set values for area and perimeter. Example question: There are four speakers in the corners of the room with an area of 4cm² each. Choose a colour to represent them. Fill in the key with the colour you have used. Use as revision for lower-achieving pupils for Year 6 SATs, or to introduce area and perimeter in Year 3.
This is a fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm called Mother Holle which I used as part of the Y5 unit on Stories From Other Cultures. This is a short comprehension exercise and includes the full unabridged text. The presentation is provided as a PowerPoint, Keynote and PDF to ensure compatibility. If you love it, please leave me a review!
Based on The Highwayman poem. The children are to write a diary entry from the point of view of a character in the poem, in accordance with specified success criteria. Included is a presentation (PowerPoint, Keynote and PDF ) and a Highwayman-themed worksheet for their diary entry. I used this with Y5/6.
This worksheet introduces children to the concept of a.m. and p.m. and asks them to identify which should be used in familiar situations. The sheet asks for analogue and digital times to be given, which could serve as differentiation within your class, or you could simply ask the children to fill in one or the other. Intended for KS1, but could also be used as revision for KS2 or for SEN pupils. If you love it, please leave a review!
20 x addition and subtraction questions using the column method. Questions vary in difficulty as a form of in-built differentiation. Includes carrying and borrowing. Marks out of twenty. Suitable for an end-of-unit test, homework or other independent assessment. Includes full answer key SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO! :) If you love it, please leave me a review!
A simple ten-week three-target chart for behaviour management or other achievements. Each week is numbered and you then add the date, a smiley, neutral or sad face to represent whether the target has been achieved, and a comment. For example, you might choose three targets such as ‘I will keep my desk tidy,’ ‘I will remember my homework,’ and ‘I will use joined-up writing’, and then you tick them off each week for ten weeks. Could also be given to parents as a reminder of what the child should be doing at home each week. If you love it, please leave a review!
A revision aid / learning tool I created for my Spanish Year 4 children who study in a bilingual school. Includes: A box with spaces for each child to write up to ten spellings Visual reminders of the English pronunciation of common vowel sounds Reminder of gender-specific pronouns Punctuation checklist ‘Its’ and ‘it’s’ cartoon ‘They’re’, ‘there’ and ‘their’ cartoon Mini Spanglish-English dictionary Parts of speech reference box Space for the child’s name I have given these, laminated, to each child, double-sided with the ‘KS2 Maths Table Mat Reference Placemat’ (search within my resources). You could also blow it up to A3 and display on the classroom wall. If you love it, please leave a review!