36 lists based on the new 2014 spelling guidance for year 5. Activities include word-searches, word jumbles, flash cards, definitions, alphabetical lists, sentences, display words, bespoke clipart, crack the codes and look, say, cover, write, check. All files are in word for easy editing and contain solutions where appropriate. Bee images have been created specifically for the scheme. LSCWC and word jumbles files been updated.<br />
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Here is a powerpoint with 28 slides introducing health issues for beginners. It contains <br />
- a detailed recap/introductory slide about what students should know and will learn<br />
- a self-target setting slide, <br />
- a starter with a monster to draw to revise about body parts<br />
- an introduction to different health issues<br />
- 2 grammar points (au, à la, aux) + être/avoir. <br />
- a matching up exercise<br />
- mimes<br />
- games for drilling (quiz and slap the board)<br />
- conversations in pairs (phone call to the doctor and at the doctor's)<br />
- a plenary with sentences to unjumble.<br />
In order to facilitate your student progress it also contain a nice colourful booklet with 8 pages to use alongside with the powerpoint. <br />
Enjoy! And feel free to contact me if any question.<br />
Children are challenged to design a room under budget using cut-out pictures from a home decor magazine. Combines visual art skills, maths skills (budgeting and calculating money totals) and descriptive writing skills. <br />
Includes a thorough lesson plan (with materials list) and accompanying success criteria and follow-up questions for the whole project. Also includes a notebook file, and a scaffolded workbook to accompany children through the creating and writing process.<br />
A4 card is recommended for this project.<br />
All images courtesy of http://clker.com
This activity asks students to apply for a job as a Victorian Bobby. Includes 5 sections to the application including Q and A, solving murder riddles, Source Analysis, Crime Scene Investigation and Strategy. <br />
Content : crime / social conditions in Whitechapel. The Ripper murders.
Mathematics of Coordinates II - L4 Maps<br />
This is a cross-curricular lesson looking at finding and mapping 4-figure grid references. It is highly active and fun-based turning your classroom into a hunt for treasure. View the resource for full instructions.<br />
There is room for some extension work to look at L5 6-figure grid references and all activities are supported by my Numeracy Cards.<br />
Please leave comments and let me know how it goes. You can follow me on twitter @boostprogress.
WS - Spanish Easter Wordsearch and secret code\nSpanish Easter Card 1\nSpanish Easter Card 2\n\nNB There is a small mistake on the Wordsearch - Chocolate - I missed an 'o&' - but changing it would be almost impossible and would mess up other words and secret message - so apologies!
Yes, with Easter approaching, an end of term quiz very loosely based around Easter - a bit of fun to end the term with. Not subject specific - use it in form, or with a cover class, or for whatever. This uses the format of the BBC quiz show Pointless. All questions asked to 100 people - the correct answer with the lowest score out of 100 wins.\n\nClick the box with the question to reveal the specific answer. Then click the answer box to reveal the score. When the countdown finished, just click again to return to the board.
EASTER QUIZ. Here's a fun, end of term Chinese Quiz.
Note: the 'cup cakes' slide is use to encourage spontaneous, authentic and natural use of language. I'm totally amazed by the wonders a wee tray of cup cakes can do to get kids talking!
Let me know if it works for you.
A brilliant SMARTBoard file to launch a Maths Day / Maths Week at school.
The presentation looks at the wonder of numbers and engages children with questions such as 'Were numbers discovered or invented?' and looks at 'number trickery' where real life situation are explore through photographs of supermarket offers and parking tariffs that don't actually provide the special offers that they suggest they do. A clip from Young Apprentice is also shown to demonstrate the importance of basic maths calculation skills as one of the teams cannot work out the cost of their overheads.
Engaging and inspiring curiosity, this assembly has been made with Key Stage 2 in mind but can be utilised as a whole school assembly also.
Also available is a Key Stage 1 assembly that is to be used in conjunction with this Key Stage 2 assembly looking at maths problem solving through storytelling.
*PLEASE NOTE* As SMARTBoard files do not generate a preview, I have added a very brief preview of slides (as clipart) to demonstarte the quality of the resource.
This is a great Key Stage 1 Assembly PowerPoint that demonstrate to Key Stage 1 pupils the idea of 'finding all possiblities' using a storytelling format. Bright and colourful, this is a great assembly to kick start a Maths Day or Maths Week.
Using some children as volunteers, you can show all the different ways that Mr Goose can visit his friends on his day out!
At the end of the PowerPoint, there are some slides with the characters on, should you wish to print them out and use to make the assembly even more visual. Check out the Key Stage 2 assembly that goes in conjunction with this one!
Create an effective learning environment through giving awards with these certificates. Teachers can inspire and encourage their pupils to do better in the class through acknowledging their weekly, monthly or semester performance. These certificates can also be used as a proof and details of your children's educational achievements.