Nice checklist, thanks. It could be argued that "photo's" could legitimately have an apostrophe as a contraction of photographs...
...Simonlloyd5, I'm assuming your use of apostrophe's is tongue in cheek?
Throughout Key Stage 2, children are expected to take part in debates and compose one-sided arguments or balanced discussions.<br />
To be successful at this, children need plenty of opportunities to use the language of argument. Connecting phrases such as 'it is obvious that', 'other people claim that' and 'opponents of' need to be orally rehearsed as children do not encounter them regularly in their daily lives.<br />
This fully planned session, complete with a presentation and a fun dice game, will give children the experience of using the language of argument in a purposeful way.<br />
Use this session prior to any 'argument' style writing and it will give children the tools to be successful. <br />
*I have now added 'Whose side are you on? Advanced'. This version is for 4 players and enables children to create full balanced discussions orally. The patterns they use exactly mirror the structure of a written balanced discussion.
This complete 6 lesson unit comes with an editable medium term plan plus 6 separate lesson packs. Everything you need for a half term's worth of engaging and original PSHE work to do with building relationships. Children will learn all about the skills involved in making and maintaining friendships via a series of memorable lessons which blend elements of writing, art, philosophy, drama and SEAL to create life skills that will serve the short term benefit of improving relationships, and the long term benefit of providing skills and knowledge that will last a lifetime and continually reap rewards. The unit contains video links, for some lessons; full colour highly engaging friendship monsters, for some lessons; and plenty of open-ended philosophical questioning and discussion prompts throughout.
This pack can provide up to 30 lessons if you wish. With this bundle you will never be short of Space related learning for your class. <br /><br />
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Designed to save you time and provide your class with engaging and memorable learning activities.<br /><br />
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Contains:<br /><br />
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- 3 x complete space themed creative writing lessons that can each be completed over 3 lessons!<br /><br />
- A complete 7 lesson Space Art and DT unit containing original, engaging and easy to teach lessons: MTP included.<br /><br />
- A 14 worksheet Space activity pack containing fun, educational, cross-curricula activities.<br /><br />
- Display lettering and title sheets for your class wall<br /><br />
- A word document of links to 14 wonderful space related web resources to save you time.<br /><br />
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Designed for KS2 (Year 5) but there’s no reason why it couldn’t be used for Y2 or KS3. <br /><br />
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All images sourced from openclipart.org or owned by tftf. <br /><br />
Everything you need for a great art lesson that matches the new 2014 curriculum. Children will design, plan and then create a highly engaging clay Space item that they could well treasure for years. Starter, teaching input with video links for techniques, 4 different design options with a range of difficulties and reflective self-assessment plenary make up a truly great lesson that will be fun to teach. Items will need to be painted so this actually will involve more than one session.
Complete cross-curricula lesson with unique, easy to understand graphic instructions that children need to comprehend and then follow. Children plan, practice and then create an incredible 2D Space scene picture complete with planets, stars and a rocket using a variety of artistic mediums with easy to source, commonly found in school, art materials. Starter, brief teaching input and reflective self-evaluation plenary worksheets are all included, plus an optional writing activity for early finishers. Lesson length approx 2 hours KS1 children may need to have the lesson adapted slightly, information on this is in the teachers' notes.
PowerPoint for teaching addition vocabulary and strategies. Presentation includes the learning objectives and the strategies (Number line and partitioning). This can be used as a unit spread over the week or stand alone to reinforce strategies. <br />
Addition Cards are aimed for independent activity after children have been taught the strategies for adding numbers and have gained confidence. The cards promote kinaesthetic learning and also independence as each card contains examples. <br />
Both the Powerpoint as a teaching tool and the Activity Cards may be used across the primary school (KS1, KS2, SEN).
A set of Level 3 maths homework sheets designed to improve retention through practise of basic skills and techniques. There are 21 sheets which build on the skills and full answers are included. There is also a progress sheet to record individuals or class progress for each topic. This is particularly useful if you are assessing without levels. <br />
The work is level 3 but designed for pupils accessing the secondary curriculum. <br />
List of topics covered on the level 2 to 3 are:<br />
• Addition (sum of)<br />
• Subtraction (difference)<br />
• Times tables (product of)<br />
• Division by single digit<br />
• Double<br />
• Half<br />
• Decimals (add and subtract)<br />
• Angles and degrees<br />
• Write numbers in words<br />
• Sequences<br />
• Types of numbers (odd, even, factor, multiple)<br />
• 2D shapes facts<br />
• Money and change<br />
• Worded question / problem<br />
• Temperatures and negatives<br />
• Perimeter<br />
• Area<br />
• Mode & Range<br />
• Probability (fraction)<br />
• Combination of digits<br />
• 50% of and 25% of<br />
This set of resources includes an interactive resource. Click the weblink to the right of this page to launch it. This TESiboard ( http://tesiboard.co.uk ) resource is one of a series of Persuasive Leaflet Writers. This version contains images and text to support writing about citizenship. While the information covers a range of sub-themes we suggest that pupils focus on one small area and then pick out the relevant information to add to research from other sources. This resource should be used in the context of a wider topic on the features of persuasive writing. See the 'How To' doc for guidance on using this resource.
Children loved making pizzas at our Italian pizza class. Resources have been exported from an Activ-primary flip-chart. (Which also includes Italian Pizzeria style music.) Fun to play when the children are making their pizzas or working. If you would like original please message me.
Check out my other resources at - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/jreadshaw
These ‘Library Challenge’ cards were made for my class library, but they could be used in a school library as well. The idea was just to get the children excited about reading and properly engaged with the books, and they’ve really enjoyed working through the activities – an added bonus being that I use this work to decorate the walls of our library.
There’s a selection of 10 Library Challenge Cards, plus a ‘Library Challenge of the Week’ which just allows for changing things up a little without having to print and laminate more cards.
Three differentiated worksheets, suitable for Year 1 & 2 pupils.
1 - Storyboard sheet with pictures and lines underneath for able writers to write each part of the story.
2 - Storyboard sheet with pictures and parts of the story with gaps for pupils to fill in.
3 - Complete storyboard in the wrong order for less able pupils to cut out and sequence.
Line drawings of Wallace & Gromit's Cracking Contraptions for use with explanation texts. I traced these myself, from screen captures, for use with a Year 4 class, for them to annotate and label, for use with writing explanation texts.
A Christmas Cardomatic