A Powerpoint to teach children how to work systematically and use jottings to investigate square numbers in a practical context. Can be extended beyond 12 x 12 for more able learners and can lead to basic algebra writing rules for the next numbers in the sequence.
A set of sentences as a worksheet with missing hyphens. Can be used as a homework assessment or class GaPS lesson. Has an extension activity for compound adjectives and can be further extended by children thinking up other compound adjectives.
A powerpoint which focuses on using the common prefixes: re, mis, dis, un, im, in and anti. Starts by recapping what a prefix is. Includes slides where children are asked to choose a suitable prefix to make a new word and use dictionaries to look up what prefixes mean.