I really appreciate it, its a big help for me to be able to guide my son who had just joined the Year1 International School in Malaysia,which is under British Curriculum.they are now in their 1st term and they started to learn how to count in 2s 5s 10s.
Im looking forward to have more of this kind of lesson plans for YEAR 1.
MANY THANKS AND GODBLESSED.
This is a whopping 95 page word doc. containing all 30 of my grammar games. This represents a fair few evenings and weekends (I know - get a life!). All of these games have been tested in class and adjusted if needed - they have a real impact on learning.<br />
For each grammar skill there is:<br />
a child friendly explanation of the grammar concept; printable rules and resources for a lively dice game; suggestions to challenge or support learners; suggestions for application of the skill in written work.<br />
For some grammar games there is also a lesson plan and a presentation. <br />
Here are some of the skills covered: <br />
commands, questions and statements/ simple and compound sentences/ adverbs/ proper nouns/ classifying nouns/ contractions/ pronouns/ prepositions/prepositional phrases/ apostrophes/ adjectives/ sentence variety/ parentheses/semi-colons/ discussion/ persuasion/ complex sentences / causal connectives/ fronted adverbials/ speech/ relative clauses/ modal verbs
Designed to meet the new 2014 curriculum, this engaging yet challenging complete lesson comes with: starter activity, fun and thorough lesson input and 2 fun plenary activities to choose from (a game and peer-assessment) all on the included PowerPoint. The enjoyable yet challenging learning activities have 3 levels of differentiation and are simply explained in the full teachers' notes, which also include answers for peer-assessment. This fantastic lesson teaches children what modal verbs are and how to use them in writing and has been created with enjoyment and challenge in equal measures. A brilliant way to easily teach a difficult learning objective.
Designed to meet the new 2014 curriculum, this challenging lesson comes with: starter activity, engaging and interactive lesson input and 2 fun plenary activities to choose from (a game and peer-assessment) all on the included PowerPoint. The enjoyable yet challenging learning activities have 3 levels of differentiation and are simply explained in the full teachers' notes, which also include answers for peer-assessment. This fantastic lesson has been created with enjoyment and challenge in equal measures.
2014 new curriculum Non Chronological Report Planning Year 1<br />
Plan has school logo on and may reference outside resources or resources I plan to make.<br />
Plans may make reference to free websites to enhance the lesson.
Still using levels for one last year? <br />
This document shows the expected progress of pupils, term by term, for years 1-6. <br />
In case it interests you, I have included some levels that are loosely matched to Reception outcomes-these will give a baseline for year 1. I tracked the use of my baseline levels over the last academic year and found they demonstrated expected progress across Year 1, but I do appreciate that attributing levels based on EYFS outcomes is generally frowned upon, so you may choose to ignore that part!
Problems to solve involving counting in 2s, 5s and 10s with an extra challenge sheet for counting in 3s.
A second version is included so children aren't doing the same as the person sitting next to them!
41 pages of worksheets, task cards, booklet, and matching activity with fun farm graphics to engage young learners as they get to grips with skip counting.
These worksheets and activities are designed to help students understand the concept of skip counting, recognize skip counting patterns and apply them.
The completed skip counting worksheets can be colored in to make a lovely farm math wall display.
This skip counting set comprises:
1. 4 b/w worksheets - count by 2s, 3s, 5s, 10s
2. 4 b/w worksheets - look at the pattern and fill in the missing numbers.
3. Matching activity (color but has been designed to photocopy well in grayscale). Copy onto card, laminate and then cut out each round the outside and also along the dotted line for a fun matching activity.
4. Task cards - (color but has been designed to photocopy well in grayscale). Copy onto card, laminate and then cut in half. Great for math centers or for scoot. The children circle the pictures, skip count and then write the correct number with a dry erase marker so you can wipe clean and use the cards over and over again. A space is provided in the top left hand corner for you to write numbers to order the cards as you wish for use with the record sheet.
5. Record sheet and answer key for 4 above.
6. My farm skip counting book - students love to cut out, color and assemble these booklets for themselves.
7. 6 b/w worksheets - fill in the missing numbers and identify the skip counting pattern.
8. 9 b/w worksheets - circle the objects and skip count.
9. 1 b/w worksheet - skip count by 2s, 5s and 10s and identify which is the quickest method.
These pictures of weighing scale dials can be adapted for whole class teaching, displays or handouts in the teaching of measuring weight/mass and reading from a scale. Scales include one with no needle for children to record correct weight of a measured object.
A game that can be played in pairs, threes or independently. Please note that this game focuses on times tables facts from 2 to 10 to ensure children are confident in these tables before progressing to the 11s and 12s, which will need to be taught subsequently.
Children need a 'Table Splat' mat and counters (different coloured counters for each child). Children take turns to turn over a card, revealing a times tables question. The child who is the first to place their counter on the correct answer (whilst shouting 'SPLAT!') can leave their counter on the board. The winner is the player with the most counters on the board once all of the times table cards have been used.
Differentiate by choosing the multiplication cards relevant for that child, depending on which times table they are currently working on.
*Update: 6s and 9s have been underlined, to avoid confusion.*
I couldn't find any materials on this when I needed to teach my year 3 class what the equals sign REALLY meant.
I have included the lesson plan I used, the 3 differentiated worksheets and a Powerpoint I made.
Also have included a homework set of resource sheets (could alternatively be used in class as a reinforcement at a later date.)
UPDATE: Have added a more challenging resource for year 3/4
This is an introduction to balanced number sentences and challenges children's thinking about thinking of number sentences more creatively.
Once you have gone through the LO and Success criteria, children are taught that number sentences need to be balanced but the order of the question and answer is irrelevant. Children are then exposed to number sentences such as 5+6=3+8. On whiteboards, children can think of their own balanced number sentences using a range of operations.
There is a link on the slide to an activity from the Nrich website called which symbol. An excellent interactive activity or if you prefer, print it out and let children work on it independently.
The last two slides introduce brackets and and how they can affect the answer.
The activity is differentiated into Mild, Spicy and Hot.
This is a problem-solving investigation linked to multiplication and multiples. The Zios and Zepts activity is from Nrich.
The lesson starts by asking children to talk about multiplication related vocabulary to their partner and feedback.
The starter involves children reading several definitions and children to match to the key word.
Then read through the Nrich problem and explore different ways to solve. I have mentioned drawings, numicon, multilink and number sentences. Feel free to add any other resources. Number lines would be another option.