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!
Royalty. A table about key British monarchs with name, dynasty, year of reign and a couple of facts. My Y5/6 are going to cut it up, put it into chronological order and glue it into their books. (Could use as a basis for ICT research subsequently). The second sheet is pictures of 16 monarchs with clues underneath that they should be able to work out from the information given in the table.
Formal writing discussion
This is an example of a discussion text to use with students. It highlights openers in particular. It follows the structure introduction, 2 paragraphs in favor, 2 paragraphs against, and a personal conclusion.
Mixed word problems designed for my bright 3rd Grades; to be printed on labels so the children can peel them off and stick them into their books. Easier problems are in green type; the rest are black. Aligned with Common Core State Standards: 2.OA.4, Operations and Algebraic Thinking; 3.OA.8, Operations and Algebraic Thinking, 4.OA.3, Operations and Algebraic Thinking; 5.NBT.6
<p>Designed to reduce planning time & focus on key learning phases within a lesson. (Will still require thinking!) Remember - Sept. 2014 - Ofsted no longer require a lesson plan for lessons, but evidence of ‘a planned lesson!’ Useful for coaching and mentoring NQTs; or with established colleagues for paired observations. “Stickability” = What will stick in students minds as they leave your lesson? What key point do you want them to remember? Now translated into 8 languages. Pin your plan? bit.ly/5MinMapped Contact me @TeacherToolkit</p> Updated Oct 2014
This resource is a must for any teachers, teaching assistants or those working with special educational needs children. PECS is a form of communication for those that are autistic, mute or choose not to speak. This resource informs about how to use PECS and the importance of it.<br />
Ideal for all schools to use as it is a system that can transition with the children into adulthood so that they can verbally communicate with the world.<br />
Reading the description will help you see if this is suitable for your students' ability. I would say, however, that this resource is ideally suited to upper KS2 / lower KS3. <br />
This resource is a FULL lesson which introduces Mean Average. All four averages lessons are listed separately OR as one short unit of work at a discounted price (£10), just check my other resources!<br />
The PowerPoint goes through what mean average is/how it's calculated. It then has two examples that can be done with your class (teacher led) - all answers are on the PowerPoint too.<br />
After each of the teacher led examples is one that students need to try themselves (these are labelled 'try it' on the PowerPoint). These are at the top of the worksheet. Students could try these, with help if needed - this could even be done is pairs.<br />
Finally, there's an independent task that has ten examples for students to calculate. These include numbers in the thousands, so differentiation by task is possible. Some answers include decimals.<br />
An answer sheet is provided for the teacher too.<br />
The lesson is reviewed by students feeding back at the bottom of their handout. All images are either royalty free or made by myself (those coins took some work!).<br />