36 lists based on the new 2014 spelling guidance for year 4. Activities include word-searches, word jumbles, flash cards, definitions, alphabetical lists, sentences, display words, bespoke clipart, crack the codes and look, say, cover, write, check. All files are in word for easy editing and contain solutions where appropriate. Bee images have been created specifically for the scheme. Please see the scheme guide for more information. Follow the scheme on facebook - https://www.facebook.com/spelingbeescheme?ref=hl
A revision power point containing 14 revision tables targeting key grade C topics with some of the grade B topics that a grade C pupil can attempt. Topics include solving equations, four rules of fractions, standard form, graphs etc. Topics are repeated on some slides for extra practice. Twelve topics are revised per slide. On power point so you can adapt/amend as you need. I found that one table lasts as a starter for 2 lessons allowing for approx. 15 mins at start of each lesson.
This is a series on Ancient Greeks available either separately or here as a full pack at a reduced cost.<br />
I have been teaching over twenty years and have been an adviser and leader of teaching and learning in a school. I have been consistently judged as outstanding. A Lead OFSTED inspector, Executive Head and National Leader of Education took these plans as exemplary examples for his training and coaching of teachers in his own schools.<br />
I h ope that the resources save you time and energy and engage your pupils. I have tried all the lessons myself and used them in my own recent teaching.<br />
Objectives support English skills and cross curricula skills. Matched to the New Curriculum. <br />
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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.
This is a newspaper model I created about a flood. It includes all the vital features of a newspaper report: alliterative headlines; pictures and captions; a brief orientation; reported and direct speech and a clear ending. It also features more sophisticated connectives and high quality openers to cater for your level 4/5 writers. This resource can be used as a vital tool for a S&L session, unpicking the features of a report and as a model for their own writing. Changing the flood for a severe snowstorm worked particularly well. All the proceeds of my resources will be donated to charity via the TES website!
A worksheet with 4 blank circular scales. All are measured in grams and have same scale. Can be used in 2 ways. 1) Draw on your own measurement line and children read the scales .\n2) Children work in pairs to draw a line themselves, read the measurement , then swap sheets with a partner who needs to read the scale and put result in box. Swap back and mark each others readings.\nLevel is mid 3 to 4
A selection of marked scales for children to read and record the measurement.\n\nAlso included are blank scales for the children to show a measurement by drawing an arrow accurately.\n\nJust a very basic set of worksheets!
The first week involving a literacy plan for learning about newspapers, including their structure. The plan involved the 2012 Olympics but also used nursery rhymes to help frame how a newspaper column is laid out.
A week's planning including worksheets and teaching aides introducing the children to the formal method of division (referred in plans as the bus stop method). Also included are related word problems and extensions.
The children often struggled with questions that masked to work out a missing coordinate so I pulled all the previous SATs questions I could find on this to go through and explain them. I also made a game to add in the missing point on a grid with four quadrants to make 2D shapes.
Used for a Year 4 class to discuss metric measure and explain how units are converted. (2 lessons). The final lesson includes a Sugar Bag investigation which children had to estimate amounts of sugar before they were actually weighed (super plenary!) Meets the needs of the 2014 National Curriculum.
A very helpful aid for converting back and forth the 3 main measures of Capacity, Mass and Length.
Includes: ml to L, g to Kg, m to Km.
Objective: I can convert between different units of metric measure (for example, kilometre and metre; centimetre and metre; centimetre and millimetre; gram and kilogram; litre and millilitre).
A range of IWB slides that offer ideas for what to teach and different questions for teaching a range of Maths topics in Year 6. These are to act as a starting point to be added to/ edited for regular lessons though they can be readily used as well.
A range of IWB slides that offer ideas for what to teach and different questions for teaching Year 6 converting measurements. These are to act as a starting point to be added to/ edited for regular lessons though they can be readily used as well.