This resource pack includes an excellent range of resources including templates of characters for<br />
stick puppets, a selection of literacy and numeracy activities and worksheets, as well as a PowerPoint presentation of the story. <br />
There are photographs, borders, labels and titles that will enable you to create an instant, bright and informative display.<br />
This resource is designed for Nursery and Reception aged children and also Key Stage 1 (5-7 year olds).<br />
This resource pack will be most relevant to child minders, teachers, trainee teachers and home educators.<br />
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3 week plan for stories form familiar settings unit for year 1 .<br />
Story suggestions - Goat and Donkey in the great outdoors, Boris goes camping or Stuck.<br />
I have permission to use any logos etc on the plan.
KS1 Maths teaching resources: One More, One Less. <br />
1 More, 1 Less is a 20 slide PowerPoint teaching resource designed to help KS1 children learn how to, given a number, identify one more or one less.<br />
The PowerPoint can be used exactly as it is or it can be edited, personalised and differentiated to suit your teaching needs. Maths Teaching Resources: One More, One Less can be used effectively at EYFS and KS1 but could also be adapted for use with older students.
6 weeks of planning for the topic the great outdoors.<br />
Geography - local area and maps of school<br />
RE - Buddhism<br />
Science - Materials and their properties<br />
DT - Design and make a piece of playground equipment<br />
I have permission to use the clipart and school logos
This lesson plan will guide you with your group of KS1 children in your outdoor area. The plan includes games (to develop confidence, team bonding and language - great for EAL children) and an activity which encourages children to explore and discover their natural environment while developing their skills in design and creativity. This activity fosters resilience, cooperation, imagination and problem solving skills
Here are 34 different pictures of fruit, which are perfect as a PowerPoint presentation, or to be used in a wall display.<br />
Each slide is shown twice. <br />
The first time, there is the name and the fruit to help students to learn the names of the different fruits. <br />
The second time, they play the presenation as a game. They choose a random number from a game menu and name the fruit. They then click on the picture to see the name of the fruit. <br />
There are endless ways of using this presentation. If you put the numbers 1 to 34 in a hat and asked the students to write down the names of 5 fruits they saw in the presentation, you could even make this presentation into a highly interactive game of fruit bingo.
A Bundle of Sunflowers
An exciting, interactive cross curriculum package of activities. Pupils are invited to complete a range of Sunflower Themed tasks that cover; Science, Maths and Art. A complete unit of work to fill the Summer Term with fun!
A powerpoint presentation showing the spelling rules associated with how to add ‘er’ and ‘est’ to adjectives. Bold graphics and animations throughout, with captions in Comic Sans font. A companion to the ‘adding ‘ing’ presentation
PowerPoint with ideas based on those in the Igniting Writing series by Pie Corbett, Sue Palmer and Ann Webley
Looks at different elements of a story and gives examples of different ideas that can be used within the classroom. Many ideas are visual and would support reluctant writers or pupils with SEN
Based on an idea from Pie Corbett: double sided revision sheets for non fiction writing. Clear pointers regarding audience, purpose, structure and language features in addition to examples and other information
PowerPoints with ideas based on those in the Igniting Writing series by Pie Corbett, Sue Palmer and Ann Webley. Each presentation looks at a different area of non fiction writing and includes examples of writing skeletons and an overview of things that pupils need to know when planning to write. There are blank writing skeletons for each text type, in PowerPoint format, to help pupils with their planning. These can be used with the Non Fiction writing toolkits - the link is included