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Teacher Planner Page with 5 Lessons
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Teacher Planner Page with 5 Lessons

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Teacher Planner Page with 5 Lessons. This is a one page resource. I also have planner pages with 6, 7, and 8 lessons a day. Print as many as you need. This is a word document so fully customisable.
Theseus and the Minotaur Listening, Sorting & Sequencing Activity
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Theseus and the Minotaur Listening, Sorting & Sequencing Activity

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Read your class the ancient Greek myth of Theseus and the Minotaur and then ask them to sort the facts into true and false. Next ask students to sequence the true facts which gives a summary of the story! They can copy the story into their books. Wonderful listening skills activity! Great group work! Fab sequencing! Included in this resource are: The Story to Read True Facts False Facts True Place-mat False Place-mat
Learn Your 3 and 4 Times Tables
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Learn Your 3 and 4 Times Tables

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This interactive PowerPoint generates a sum from the 3 or 4 times table every time you click within the circle. This allows you to choose a member from your class, click anywhere in the circle and a question will be revealed for that student. e.g. 7 x 3 or 9 x 4 etc. This is a great way to assess learning through questioning.
The Victorians -  Women and Children's Clothing Art Activity
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The Victorians - Women and Children's Clothing Art Activity

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L.O. To learn about Victorian clothing through observation and drawing activities. Students complete the missing parts of the clothing using the sheets of images provided. This resource contains: Two PDF's of Victorian Dresses Two 'Complete the Victorian Dress' worksheets. One is from the front, one is from behind. One PDF of Victorian Children's Clothing. One 'Complete the Victorian Children's Clothing' worksheet, which is of three children.
Pointillism Eiffel Tower Project
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Pointillism Eiffel Tower Project

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This creative project teaches students about Pointillism, Seurat and colour mixing. It is flexible in length and could be completed as quickly as 1hr 20 mins. If students draw their own Eiffel Tower, or if you include some of the suggestions on the end of the lesson plan, it would be 2 to 3 hrs. It starts with Students looking at a PowerPoint on Pointillism focusing on Seurat. (9 slides) It includes a script and looks at: A definition for Pointillism Seurat & Signac How the Impressionists influenced them. Two of Seurats paintings in detail. Pablo Jurado Ruiz, a contemporary artists who used pointillism today. How to mix colours using Pointillism. There is then a worksheet where students can practice mixing colors with dots. This is an attractive worksheet which would look great in a sketchbook or as a display. Students are then asked to recreate Seurat’s Eiffel Tower. More able pupils will draw the Eiffel Tower. Less able, or younger students, will place their dots over the faint image of the Eiffel Tower. An extension task is suggested as well as other ideas to extend the project e.g. finding France on a world map and Paris on a France map. I am always looking to improve my resources, so if you have any suggestions please leave them in the comments box.
Pointillism Bundle
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Pointillism Bundle

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POINTILLISM SEURAT'S HATS A fun worksheet to practice mixing colours with dots. Created because of all the hats in Seurat's work. SEURAT POINTILLISM UMBRELLA A worksheet for students to practice mixing colours using pointillism. Inspired by all the umbrellas in Seurat's painting 'A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte'. POINTILLISM EIFFEL TOWER PROJECT This creative project teaches students about Pointillism, Seurat and colour mixing. It is flexible in length and could be completed as quickly as 1hr 20 mins. If students draw their own Eiffel Tower, or if you include some of the suggestions on the end of the lesson plan, it would be 2 to 3 hrs. It starts with Students looking at a PowerPoint on Pointillism focusing on Seurat. (9 slides) It includes a script and looks at: A definition for Pointillism Seurat & Signac How the Impressionists influenced them. Two of Seurats paintings in detail. Pablo Jurado Ruiz, a contemporary artists who used pointillism today. How to mix colours using Pointillism. There is then a worksheet where students can practice mixing colors with dots. This is an attractive worksheet which would look great in a sketchbook or as a display. Students are then asked to recreate Seurat’s Eiffel Tower. More able pupils will draw the Eiffel Tower. Less able, or younger students, will place their dots over the faint image of the Eiffel Tower. An extension task is suggested as well as other ideas to extend the project e.g. finding France on a world map and Paris on a France map.
Seurat Pointillism Umbrella
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Seurat Pointillism Umbrella

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A worksheet for students to practice mixing colours using pointillism. Inspired by all the umbrellas in Seurat's painting 'A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte'.
Book Review Template
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Book Review Template

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A useful worksheet that can be used to review any book. It has been uploaded as a PDF and also a Word Doc so you can edit if you wish.
Creative Writing - Art & Literacy - Henri Rousseau
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Creative Writing - Art & Literacy - Henri Rousseau

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Develop descriptive and creative writing by asking your students to look at the detailed work of Henri Rousseau. This resource includes a lesson plan, and within a presentation an introduction to Rousseau's work. The presentation then gives an example of how to fill in the worksheet. The worksheet is a metacognition task which asks students to look at the artwork, write what they can see and then what they are 'thinking', 'wondering' or 'feeling'. A selection of three Rousseau artworks are also within the PowerPoint ready to print off. A great resource to get your students creatively writing. To make it clear, this is not a presentation on Rousseau, I'm just using a PowerPoint to hold the activities. The PowerPoint is 6 slides long. Slide 1: Front Page Slide 2: Introduction to Rousseau with facts. Slide 3: A Rousseau artwork to use with the example worksheet to demonstrate what you would like students to do. Slides 4 - 7 Artworks to print off.
Greek Patterns
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Greek Patterns

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A one page document of Greek patterns. Ideal to use with the Greek Vase outline that I have - just click on 'Bubble Resources' to find it in my shop.
Developing Literacy Through Art - Van Gogh
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Developing Literacy Through Art - Van Gogh

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Develop descriptive and creative writing by asking your students to look at the detailed work of Van Gogh. This resource includes a lesson plan, and within a presentation an introduction to Van Gogh's work. The presentation then gives an example of how to fill in the worksheet. The worksheet is a metacognition task which asks students to look at the artwork, write what they can see and then what they are 'thinking', 'wondering' or 'feeling'. A selection of four Van Gogh artworks are also within the PowerPoint ready to print off. A great resource to get your students creatively writing. To make it clear, this is not a presentation on Van Gogh, I'm just using a PowerPoint to hold the activities. The PowerPoint is 6 slides long. Slide 1: Front Page Slide 2: Introduction to Van Gogh. Slide 3: A Van Gogh artwork to use with the example worksheet to demonstrate what you would like students to do. Slides 4 - 7 Artworks to print off.
Easter Subtraction with Naughty Easter Bunny!
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Easter Subtraction with Naughty Easter Bunny!

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In this 10 slide PowerPoint the naughty Easter bunny keeps taking the Easter items! (Eggs, rabbits, baskets etc). Children have to calculate how many items will be left after they are told that naughty Easter bunny is going to take certain number of Easter items away. The Easter bunny bounces onto the slide and the items disappear! Great fun!
Harry Potter Sign Posts
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Harry Potter Sign Posts

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Bring the magic of the world of Harry Potter to life in your class room with these Harry Potter sign posts. A fantastic display and stimulus for discussion. Signs include: Hogsmead Diagon Alley Hogwarts Ministry of Magic Azkaban St Mungo's The Burrow Grimmauld Place Little Whinging The Leaky Cauldron Gringotts Ollivanders Hagrids Hut Griffindor Tower Ravenclaw Tower Slytherin Dungeon The 3 Broomsticks Shrieking Shack
Planning a Letter to a Greek God or Goddess
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Planning a Letter to a Greek God or Goddess

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This planning sheet will help your student plan a letter to a Greek God or Goddess of their choice. Use this link to a free TES resource if you would like to give your class some information about Greek Gods and Goddesses: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/greek-gods-6109724
Butterfly Symmetry
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Butterfly Symmetry

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Two differentiated worksheets that are fun and creative, and also reinforce symmetry. The worksheet with the title 'Butterfly Art' is more detailed and therefore challenging. The one with no title is simpler. I have had success asking students to draw lightly in pencil, then use pen, then colour.
Learning About the Compass Presentation
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Learning About the Compass Presentation

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A presentation to teach your class about the Compass. The presentation includes a script and includes 6 slides with information about: What is a compass. A compass card and magnetic north. Rhymes to remember the points on a compass. An optional slide about the magnetic poles and lines of magnetic force. How they are still used today to read maps.