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Year 5 Assessment Checklists - Emerging, Secure, Exceeding

Year 5 Assessment Checklists - Emerging, Secure, Exceeding

A set of checklists that are great to be stapled/stuck in the front of books or as an assessment folder. Checklists for Writing, Maths, Reading and Science. There are three column ticks for emerging, secure or exceeding. Great for AfL and coverage checking. Other age groups also available (see my profile)
orangedaisy86
Year 4 Assessment Checklists - Emerging, Secure, Exceeding

Year 4 Assessment Checklists - Emerging, Secure, Exceeding

A set of checklists that are great to be stapled/stuck in the front of books or as an assessment folder. Checklists for Writing, Maths, Reading and Science. There are three column ticks for emerging, secure or exceeding. Great for AfL and coverage checking. Other age groups also available (see my profile).
orangedaisy86
Year 4 Assessment Checklists - Emerging, Secure, Exceeding

Year 4 Assessment Checklists - Emerging, Secure, Exceeding

A set of checklists that are great to be stapled/stuck in the front of books or as an assessment folder. Checklists for Writing, Maths, Reading and Science. There are three column ticks for emerging, secure or exceeding. Great for AfL and coverage checking. Other age groups also available (see my profile).
orangedaisy86
Year 1 Assessment Checklists - Emerging, Secure, Exceeding

Year 1 Assessment Checklists - Emerging, Secure, Exceeding

A set of checklists that are great to be stapled/stuck in the front of books or as an assessment folder. Checklists for Writing, Maths, Reading and Science. There are three column ticks for emerging, secure or exceeding. Great for AfL and coverage checking. Other age groups also available (see my profile).
orangedaisy86
Endangered Animals - 4 resources

Endangered Animals - 4 resources

4 attachments (PDF and Word formats): Rainforest Animals in danger - fact sheet Blue Whale - fact sheet Jaguar - fact sheet Endangered Animals ‘4-page booklet’ for students to complete (based on the fact sheets provided)
mark harland
African animal classification

African animal classification

Year 2 Science - Animals Including Humans - sort animals into mammals, reptiles, amphibians, minibeasts (invertebrates), fish and birds. To link in to an Africa topic.
missbanana
KS1 Science - Ears/Hearing Experiment

KS1 Science - Ears/Hearing Experiment

Year 1 Science - Hearing/Ears This was a part of our science topic ‘The Senses’. We completed these 3 differentiated worksheets/anticipation grids to activate prior knowledge. Half way through our topic, we completed the ‘expanding statements’ as children had a better understanding of hearing. We then completed the beaker experiement. Children predicted what the beakers would sound like when struck when they were full and empty. We had been learning about low and high pitch.
TwinkleStar68
Sort Natural and Man-Made Sources of Light KS1

Sort Natural and Man-Made Sources of Light KS1

Year 1 Science Topic - Light 3 Differentiated Worksheets - Lower, Middle and Higher Worksheet, plus a word mat. Children needed to discuss sources of light during the introduction. Then, we sorted the pictures of sources of light into two hoops, whether they were natural or man-made. We then completed the worksheets.
TwinkleStar68
Houses-Apartments Types-Features Jeopardy PowerPoint Game

Houses-Apartments Types-Features Jeopardy PowerPoint Game

Houses-Apartments Types-Features Jeopardy PowerPoint Game-ESL Fun Games Try out our Houses-Apartments Types-Features Jeopardy PowerPoint Game. Description: Each Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Slideshow can be played with 8 players or 8 teams. All games have one topic with 6 task categories; What’s in the Photo? Answer the Question, True or False, Fill in the Blank, Multiple Choice and Spot the Error. Every game includes Regular Jeopardy, Double Jeopardy, The Daily Double and Final Jeopardy, for a total of 61 different tasks with answers, automatic or manual scoring and a colored timer bar. All 126 slides are also animated with Jeopardy sounds! How to Use It: 1st: Adjust the Countdown Timer to 30. This will give 30 seconds for the student to answer. The game can be played with three individuals or three groups. Students will take turns picking a category and dollar amount. Click on the chosen box for the task or question. 2nd: Immediately click on the timer bar at the bottom. It will count for 30 seconds if you preset it to do so. This matches the amount of time the music plays. Of course, if you want to give students less time to answer you may do so. Just preset the timer for less seconds. 3rd: After the student answers, click on the arrow at the bottom right hand corner of the presentation. This will take you to the answer slide. 4th: Next click the arrow at the bottom left hand corner of the presentation. This will take you back to the question where you can enter “correct” or “incorrect”. You must choose one or the other for the game to function properly. Clicking “correct” will add to their score and incorrect will deduct from their score. Click on “Board” to go back to the board for another task. 5th: If you know the student is correct and don’t want to take time to move back and forth between the slides simply click “correct” on the task slide and the correct response will then be shown. Click on “Board” to go back to the board for another task. If the student gives the wrong answer, click “incorrect”. Click on the bottom right hand arrow to see the answer. The click on “Board” to return to the game. To skip viewing the correct responses all together, check the box below Click “Adj Scores” from the board to manually change scores if a mistake was made. 6th: If time permits you can move on to Double Jeopardy after completing the first board by clicking “go double” in the upper right-hand corner of the board. Both boards have completely different tasks or questions. The final phase of the game is “Final Jeopardy” which can be played at the end of either or both boards. Notes: Use our worksheets, board and card games as complimentary activities for the Jeopardy game.
eslfungames
Sounding Out Nature

Sounding Out Nature

In this activity students get out into an ecosystem and record the sounds that they hear. The sounds can be recorded (e.g. on a tablet), or through drawings or brief explanatory notes.Students will understand that living things can be grouped on the basis of observable features and can be distinguished from non-living things and can observe and catagorise a range of living things.
TheTeachersFriend