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Welcome to my shop! Here is a little of everything. Resources, Lesson Plans, Worksheets. If it popped into my head, I probably published it.

Welcome to my shop! Here is a little of everything. Resources, Lesson Plans, Worksheets. If it popped into my head, I probably published it.
Meeting Numbers 1-10
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Meeting Numbers 1-10

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Hello. Thanks for stopping by! Hope you like what you see! These ‘meeting Numbers 1 to 10’ Display Sheets can be used to display on a maths working wall or even laminated to use as part of a Maths Rotation or even just to have for students to relate back to during lessons. Each sheet has a ditty that can be used to teach EYFS to write the numbers as well as the numbers in a dotted font for tracing. There are also nine different ways to show each number that children can practice independently or under direction. Write it Trace it Draw it Ten Frame it Roll it Numicon it Base Ten it Stack it Domino it
Teaching Standards Post It Templates
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Teaching Standards Post It Templates

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Here’s a template in made to help me label and organise all my evidence for the teaching standards. A simple template to use for printing on Post It Notes that can then be attached to evidence and ready to file! This download includes 1 blank template for placing Post Its, 2 sheets with the Standards and lines for making notes and guidelines for using the templates.
Meeting the 2D Shapes
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Meeting the 2D Shapes

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Here’s a lovely display pack for teaching 2D Shapes in EYFS! Each sheet has an image of the shape, the name of the shape and characteristics on the shape in EYFS friendly language. This download includes 6 Shape Posters, one for each of the basic shapes; Square, Rectangle, Circle, Diamond, Semicircle and Triangle, and can be used as displays or to scaffold learning in the classroom.
[FREEBIE] My Exciting Summer
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[FREEBIE] My Exciting Summer

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Here’s my Back to School Freebie ’ My Exciting Summer’. This is a simple writing activity that can be used from EYFS up to Year Six for students to either write about their summer or engage in some creative writing and create their own exciting summer. It’s been differentiated on 4 levels Just a drawing space for EYFS or Y1 (LA) A drawing and blank writing space for EYFS or Y1 (LA) - pictured A drawing space and a small lined writing space for EYFS (MA) and Y1 (LA) A drawing space and a larger lined writing space for EYFS (MA) and Y1 A half page drawing space and a half space writing space for EYFS (HA) and Years 1 (MA) - pictured Of course, this is just a rough guideline and these templates can be used across the Primary Key Stages
Number Trains
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Number Trains

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Here’s my Number Trains worksheet This is a simple worksheet that focuses on Number Bonds from 4 to 8. This sheet asks children to investigate and records the numbers bonds for these numbers and can be used with manipulatives, specifically colored cubes. The downloads includes 8 different worksheets (one for each one number 4 - 8), a thank you notes and a sample worksheet.
Making Patterns
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Making Patterns

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Here’s my Making Patterns worksheet This is a very simple worksheet that focuses on identifying, completing and making patterns. This sheet asks children to observe the patterns on the worksheet, complete it and them create their own. These sheets come with two different levels of differentiation: A sheet with missing elements at the end A sheet with missing elements throughout the worksheet This worksheet can be used with manipulatives to increase support given and gives children a chance to practice shape vocabulary.
Understanding Numbers 1 - 10
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Understanding Numbers 1 - 10

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Here’s a worksheet for EYFS to help children practice forming numbers in numeral and written form. This sheet asks children to read a numeral form, trace and write the written form and finally represent the number either in a drawing or on a ten frame. The sheet uses a box font to encourage children to think about tall, small and hanging letters. There are two different forms of differentiation: The Draw It! worksheet for LA students who can draw their representation The Ten Frame It! worksheet for MA and HA students who can represent numbers on a ten frame This worksheet can be used with manipulatives to increase support given. Dice It!, Domino It! and Numicon It! to be added at a later date.
Writing the Alphabet
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Writing the Alphabet

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Here’s my Writing the Alphabet worksheet for EYFS and the very first product I created! This sheet focuses on letter formation and asks children trace the letter 5 times then to represent the letters of the alphabet in 9 different ways: Write It! - Simply write the letter Trace It! Dot It! - to write the letters in dots Colour It! - use colouring pens/ pencils to write the letter Cross It! - to write the letter in small crosses Stamp It! - to stamp the letter in the space Stick It! - to stick in the letter (foam letters, cut out letters) Make It! - to make the letter out of string, wool, match sticks Reveal It! - to write the letter in white crayon then reveal it in pen This is useful as it allows children to become familiar with the formation of the letter through repetition. Different means of support can be added to differentiate the activities such as allowing HA students to search for the correcrt letter stamp whilst LA students have the stamp provided.
Exploring Numbers Around Us
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Exploring Numbers Around Us

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Here’s my Exploring Numbers Around Us worksheet. This is a simple counting activity that encouraged children to think about numbers in real world context such as counting up children in the class of the numbers that are important to them. There are two worksheets included: Numbers in ME! which encourages children to think about the numbers that are special to them such as their age or their birthday Numbers in my Classroom! which encourages children to think about the numbers in their classroom such as the number of children with brown hair. This product was one of my first and I’m super happy with how it turned out. I hope to update it to include other representations of numbers as ten frames aren’t often used in the UK.
Post It Templates
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Post It Templates

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Here’s a template in made to help me label and organise all my evidence for the teachind standards. A simple templete to use for printing on Post It Notes that can then be attached to evidence and ready to file! This download includes 1 blank template for placing Post Its, 2 sheets with the Standards and lines for making notes and guidelines for using the templates.
Letter Formation Sheets a-z
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Letter Formation Sheets a-z

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These Letter Formation Sheets were designed to support phonics lesson I am teaching next week. They can be used as printed on card, colored paper and laminated for continuous provision or as part of a main lesson in EYFS or even as an early intervention in Year 1. They can be independent work, group work or completed with adult support. There is a sheet for each letter and each one has six different ways for children to form the letter Trace it Make it Scribble it Draw it Colour it Dot it and focuses on getting children comfortable and familiar with the shapes of each letter.
Fill the Gap
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Fill the Gap

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Here’s my Fill the Gap worksheet This is a very simple worksheet that focuses on number sequencing and encouraging children to think about one more and one less. This sheet asks children to fill in the missing numbers and has a number line at the bottom that can be removed or hidden for High Attaining Students. There are three different worksheets that work as levels of differentiation: A 1 to 10 worksheet for LA Students A 5 to 15 worksheet for MA Students A 10 - 20 Worksheet for HA Students This worksheet can be used with manipulatives to increase support given. Numbers 20 - 50 to be added in the future.
Shape Spotting
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Shape Spotting

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Here’s my Shape Spotting worksheet for EYFS. This download includes 4 worksheets that ask children to either color in specific shapes or count how many shapes that can see. The objectives of this sheet is to encourage children to recognise shapes by their characteristics rather than what they know. i.e. this shape has no corners so it’s a circle. It’s useful as the shapes are in different rotations, translations and sizes so encourages children to really think about characteristics. Differentiation is in the form of the two different sheets: LA can be encouraged to focus on improving their knowledge of shapes characteristics with the coloring sheet whereas MA and HA can incorporate number skills with the counting sheet. Furthermore, one set of sheets use ‘basic’ shapes such as square, rectangle, cirlce and the other has diamonds, hexagons etc. Links to: Shape, Space and Measure Counting Numbers