Fun yet challenging complete SPaG lesson that teaches children all about prepositions of place, designed to meet the new 2014 curriculum. Contains: engaging starter game; easy to understand teaching input; key teaching points (in child-speak); and a peer assessment plenary activity which is designed to spark off lots of discussion about prepositions of place, to help cement the learning in the children's minds PLUS a further game to play afterwards if you need! The learning activities are differentiated and contain a further element of challenge through the extension activity. This lesson is a great way to meet the new and challenging grammar requirements for lower KS2 in an engaging and easy to teach way.
This pack contains <br />
- 14 worksheets<br />
- A Powerpoint of the slides for use in class<br />
- Encourage students to explore rotational and reflective symmetry using patterns based on Rangoli, traditional Indian patterns often seen at festivals such as Divali.<br />
- Pupils can design their own patterns on both square and hexagonal grids.<br />
They can be used individually, and are equally valuable to supplement existing teaching materials, for<br />
• Homework • Reinforcement • Extension work • Mixed-age environments.
This fantastic, fun, challenging, cross-curricula lesson is packed with learning and has elements of: computing, history, writing and speaking and listening, built into a lesson centred around independent learning and research. Children will be using and applying the historical learning they acquire creatively, as they work through the challenges of the lesson. An optional competitive element, combined with the fun of potentially becoming a Time Detective (and earning a Time Detective badge) create added motivation and increased engagement towards the learning. Children research in a holistic way building up a bigger picture of life the time period and then present their creations providing you with an assessment opportunity and a chance to decide the winners. The lesson ideal for either the beginning, middle or end of a history topic or unit. Can be done in an hour but better over two, contains starter and plenary. Made for KS2 but accessible to more able KS1 and less able KS3
Everything you need for a complete SPaG lesson that teaches children all about prepositions of cause. Designed to meet the new 2014 curriculum and contains: starter activity; easy to understand teaching input; learning activities and a peer-assessment plenary designed to spark discussion and increase engagement in this somewhat dry aspect of grammar! The learning activity is differentiated by the extension work. This lesson is a great way to meet the new and challenging grammar requirements for lower KS2 in an engaging and easy to teach way.<br />
If you are doing the topic of 'Mountains' at school, then this is the perfect presentation for you. <br />
It has 34 stunning photos of different mountains around the world. The pictures could be printed out and used to create a colourful display. <br />
The pictures could also be used as writing prompts, where the students describe what they see using all their senses. <br />
For older students, this set of mountain pictures would also be an excellent resource for them to highlight and discover the different geological and geographical features we find in a mountain.
Math handouts to be used as a warm up; practice sheet or assessment activity. Each handout contains 10 questions along with spaces to write the answers. Aligned with the Common Core State Standard: 5.MD.1
A pirate -topic linked maths lesson plan, with supporting resources. \nThe lesson provides a fun opportunity for application of skills learnt. \nStrong cross-curricular links to science. \nI hope it's useful!
1 x Active primary flipchart IWB resource
1 x MS powerpoint 97-03 compatability IWB resource
1 x MS word 97-03 compatability statement cards
Primary focus: Time
Sub-focus: Solving word problems, team work
I used this as a key activity with a Yr 4 class. In short; the children have to work together to decide who is the criminal based on a series of statements. The activity can be adapted to change the times in order to suit ability. Overall, it worked well and received very good feedback from staff & children.
ACTIVprimary resource introducing the different jobs children may have been employed to do during the Victorian era. Great to use as a starting point for drama.
When I used this children were shocked by the conditions children worked in and emphasised this in their performances.
ACTIVPrimary ppt discussing children's rights and the work of Dr Barnardo. Part way through I read the class 'Stepney' from the 'Victorian Britian' resource pack supplied from Barnardos - the specific class I was teaching had a tendancy to chatter but they seeemed to enjoy it worth investing in the pack if covering the Victorians.
Will only open with ACTIVPrimary - sorry it's the only program i have available.
Measurement Worksheets Bundle includes these products:
Measurements (Measuring length)
Reading Graduated Cylinders
Metric Length Conversions
Length Conversions - U.S. Customary Units
Capacity Conversions - U.S. Customary Units
Metric Capacity Conversions
When purchased individually, the cost of these products totals £28
Weight Conversions package includes 120 Worksheets.
Table of Contents.
Convert between grams (g) and kilograms (kg). (30 Worksheets)
Convert between kilograms (kg) and metric tons (t). (30 Worksheets)
Convert between ounces (oz) and pounds (lb). (30 Worksheets)
Convert between pounds (lb) and tons (t). (30 Worksheets)
In this lesson I got learners to weigh artifacts we were fortunate to have in school.
Children then applied their learning onto a worksheet reading the scales to identify the weight of each artifact.
I have also attached a sheet that I used for the guided group (blank scales). I gave children weights and they had to draw the scale line in the correct place.