Put this image on the iwb. Discuss the words. What extra words come up in your discussion? You can then make your own image with these extra words and save the image to display in your classroom or school by going to www.languagegarden.org and clicking on the big green 'Have a Go' button.
A set of 5 colourful word mats featuring simple key words for:
*New Years Eve
*St Georges day
can be used as classroom learning aids, for displays or for pre teaching topic vocabulary.
Once downloaded the font is HfW precursive bold (it does not seam to show this on the preview)
This resource includes: writing lined paper with a pebble page border, a story mountain planning page for children to plan stories, display title for magic pebble stories and 2 links to videos that can be used with images of a forest setting.
For use with Key Stage 1 SATs writing long task 2007. Comments please.
A wanted poster worksheet and IWB notebook file to demonstrate on.
Children can design villains by drawing around different shapes and describing their properties.
Can be used as an assessment tool at the beginning or end of unit on shape.
Both are fully editable.
The worksheet includes targets related to APP level 1-3 and a traffic light self assessment system.
Children can plot a simple line graph to show how a story's character feels throughout a story.
This could be a guided reading holding activity, an activity to complete about a home reading book or as a speaking and listening activity.
Graph has 4 feelings levels and asks children to think about the character's feelings at the beginning, middle and end.
This resource is a set of 3 differentiated worsheets with worded problems involving money. These can can be edited or simply printed and used in a comic relief themed maths lesson.
There are a range of problems with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems
Goes from the dinosaurs through key periods of history to the present day. Use MS Word to adapt it.
I have added the Stone, Bronze, Iron and Middle Ages to the updated version. As well as the first public railway in 1825, England winning the World Cup in 1966 and the 2012 Olympics.
This lesson is a 2 lessons based around conditions in the trenches and contains a presentation detailing conditions in the trenches.
A starter activity using a primary source from a soldier in WW1
and a marketplace discovery activity for students to explore conditions in the trenches.
This task is used to help students prepare a creative writing task in the form of a trench diary and includes resources to support the planning of a trench diary
In this lesson students challenge the History Channel and decide which weapon they believe was most effective in WW1. The lesson plan is attached but feel free to ask questions should you have any. Please note publisher document may contain two pages. Writing frame can be used for SEN students. Comments are appreciated :-) Thanks to the History Channel for the clip which is used in line with their fair usage policy. Images were located using a search engine filtered to "labelled for resuse".