Simply number the blocks in a Jenga tower 1-24 (you may need to do two of each number), pupils then take turns to pull out a block to reveal its number. The number correlates to a numbered square on the powerpoint, which takes you to a slide containing 3 progressively harder questions. Pupils can then attempt the questions within a time limit according to ability. The arrow at the bottom of each slide takes you back to the title slide to start again. Can be adapted to include different topics.
This is a step by step guide for an adult delivering a handwriting intervention to pupils in KS2. If you use a different font at your school then you can easily edit this on the word versions of each document, by highlighting the words and selecting your own school's font on your computer. This resource is aimed at pupils in KS2 who are not forming letters correctly and/or who are not joining letters correctly. This resource should be seen as a revision of existing knowledge and is not intended to be used at KS1.
The resource has four pages:
2. Progression through a set of individual words
3. Progression through writing whole sentences
4. A sheet for the adult to record the child's initial errors, dates and duration of sessions as well as the impact of the intervention.
I've gone through the mark schemes and pulled out key points for children to check for to be sure of securing a level 4 or level 5. I've separated it into three strands (as in the long writing) so that the children get the idea that they need to get everything in a particular group to secure the marks. Hope you find it useful!
Level 3 now added.
I can't claim that this is mine, but it's very useful. I downloaded it from somewhere a couple of years ago. There are separate level 4 and 5 questions (and answers) to keep pupils up to speed over the Easter holidays.
These are two lesson plans (Yr 4 data handling and Yr 5 Number). Both lessons use Smarties as a fun way of tackling fractions and also have specific guidance on how to extend your more able mathematicians.
A Full scheme of work covering writing objectives using various of Roald Dahl's works (including Matilda and The BFG). It is easy to differentiate for KS 2 (7-11 year olds) and KS3 (11-14 year olds)and contains many worksheets for activities including vocabulary and punctuation use as well as descriptive and creative writing techniques.
a single book fem the RWI set 2
Fly high 'igh'
decodable words with sound buttons, common exception words in sentences and a short poem to read not he back page.
also available as a set of 11 books covering all Set 2 RWI