This powerpoint revises the rules for changing direct speech to reported speech and vice versa. The focus is on what changes i.e. inverted commas, pronouns and verb tenses. This is ideal for introducing the names of different verb tenses to Years 5 and 6 and gives the opportunity for pupils to practice changing speech from direct to reported as well as identifying the verb tenses. Some of the example sentences are based on the book 'Street Child' and the resource was created as part of a unit writing a newspaper report. However - it can be used as a stand alone lesson.
Different types of pronoun - Perfect revision for Upper KS2 This presentation revises pronouns with a particular focus on: Personal Pronouns Possessive Pronouns Reflexive Pronouns Relative Pronouns It includes opportunities for children to identify the pronouns and insert the correct pronoun into sentences. There are SATs practice questions included on some of the slides. To accompany the presentation I have created a work sheet of pronoun SATs questions for children to practice the different question types that could arise.
Fluency & Problems Solving Included in this collection are differentiated worksheets for both multiplying and dividing fractions. The worksheets are aimed at Upper Key Stage 2 and should be used after teacher input on multiplying and dividing fractions in order to practice skills and provide evidence of understanding and success. The worksheets are differentiated as Age Related, Easier and Harder. The Easier sheet includes an example and a step by step guide for success. The Harder worksheets include more complicated calculations which require good knowledge of times tables and multiplication. There is also a sheet of mixed multiplication and division word problems for children to solve in groups, after highlighting key information and agreeing the operation. An answer key is included. These worksheets compliment my Fractions - Multiply and Divide power point presentation which is also available on this site. Your feedback is invaluable and helps to ensure that resources are of a good quality and match the needs of the curriculum - so I would be grateful if you leave a review.
Ideal for Year 6 Revision! This colourful presentation demonstrates how to reduce fractions to their simplest form through engaging, animated slides. Essential mathematical vocabulary is revised and reinforced and new vocabulary introduced. This could be used as a whole lesson , beginning with revision of factors, moving onto finding common factors of numbers and then to reducing fractions by finding common factors. The presentation includes opportunities for children to discuss in talk partners and explain their reasoning. It is also punctuated with mini practice activities for children to complete independently. A worksheet is included on the presentation and the final slide encourages children to demonstrate their understanding through a game of fraction bingo. Simplifying Fractions worksheets - easier and harder versions - are included for children to complete independently. A teacher handout of the presentation is also included for reference. Your comments are invaluable so please review this resource.
This resource encourages children to investigate divisibility rules by trying out ideas, testing numbers and discovering rules. During the lesson, children are encouraged to work together and share ideas as well as explain their reasoning and find examples which satisfy the rule. This resource serves to deepen children's understanding of how numbers work and therefore moves them a step closer to mastery in number. The resource includes a smart notebook file, an explanation of the divisibility rules for numbers 1-10, clues to offer those who are stuck and an extension activity for high flyers. A Teacher handout is also included. Your feedback is invaluable so please leave a review.
An engaging presentation which is ideal for Year 6 revision of properties of number. Animated slides include activities where children practice their knowledge and reasoning about numbers, including: Factors, Multiples, Prime, Common Factors, Composite, Square, Cubed and Triangular numbers. Odd and even numbers are also referred to when solving a Carroll Diagram problem at the end of the lesson. Also includes a slide which explains perfect and abundant numbers which can be used as an investigation task. An enjoyable lesson which reinforces previous knowledge about numbers as children approach SATs.
Fluency & Problem solving. This resource includes differentiated work sheets for subtracting fractions with the same denominator, different denominators, mixed numbers and improper fractions. Answers are included with each worksheet. There is also a sheet with a few word problems to solve. Easier Worksheet - 12 questions subtracting fractions with the same and different denominators. Completed examples are included for support. Age Related Worksheet - 20 questions adding fractions with the same and different denominators, mixed numbers and improper fractions. Some of these are quite challenging! Harder Worksheet - As above but more challenging and subtracting larger groups of fractions. It is intended that pupils are already secure with converting mixed number and improper fractions as well as simplifying fractions before using these worksheets for subtracting fractions. This resource complements my Fractions - Add and Subtract which is also available on this site. Your feedback is invaluable and helps to ensure that resources are of a good quality and match the needs of the curriculum - so please leave a review.
This is an engaging and informative presentation packed with facts about the planets in our solar system. It includes a page about each of the planets as well as other fascinating solar system facts. This clear and colourful presentation includes navigation buttons so that it does not need to be read in linear style and could be used as a whole class introduction to the solar system or made accessible to children for their own research. The final slide contains a quiz based on information within the presentation, complete with navigation button s leading to the appropriate pages in order to check answers. This presentation could also be used as an example of a non-chronological report during an English and Science linked lesson.
Ideal for Year 6 Revision! This power point presentation introduces the step by step process of adding and subtracting fractions with the same and then with different denominators. It also demonstrates how to add and subtract mixed numbers and improper fractions. Key vocabulary is revised and there are revision pages on equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions and converting mixed numbers and improper fractions. At each stage of revision or new learning, there are opportunities for children to discuss and practice skills and knowledge and explain their reasoning. Word problems included towards the end of the presentation and to assess learning, children are prompted to spot mistakes in fraction calculations. The final page encourages self evaluation. The presentation contains a contents page with hyperlinks to different pages, allowing the opportunity to skip or revise objectives as required. The presentation is intended to be used as a whole lesson - or over a series of lessons - where talk and practice are encouraged in order to consolidate and revise skills before moving learning on. The presentation could also be used for revision of the different stages involved in adding and subtracting fractions with a whole class, small group or for individual learning.
This resource is an animated demonstration of extended written methods of calculation which aim to give children a secure understanding of how calculations work before progressing to standard short written methods. The slides demonstrate each calculation as a clear, step by step process. The presentation can be used to teach or revise written methods in each operation and can also be printed as posters for class reference.
This resource introduces translation of shape clearly and simply. It can be used to demonstrate translation by moving shapes on a grid and children then have the opportunity to give original and new co-ordinates. Key shape vocabulary is reinforced: vertices, congruent, co-ordinates, position, translate/translation. The worksheet that accompanies this resource can be found on the final slide and used to address any misconceptions through discussion as a plenary. A PDF of the resource is included. Your feedback is invaluable and helps to ensure that resources are of a good quality and match the needs of the curriculum - so please leave a review.
Included in this bundle are 3 colourful and engaging power point presentations which demonstrate step by step learning of the following objectives: Ordering Fractions Simplifying Fractions Add and Subtract Fractions Also included is revision of equivalent fractions, converting mixed numbers and improper fractions, word problems and explanation of key vocabulary. Each presentation encourages talk partners, explaining reasoning and contain short independent practice of new concepts taught. Please review this resource - your comments are invaluable.
This presentation contains a wealth of information about Ancient Greek Pottery and includes a variety of examples. It discusses origin of shape and design of plates and vases and explains their uses and decorative style. It is intended as background information leading to students creating their own clay artifact . The presentation could be used over a course of lessons where students draw designs and practice patterns before making their final piece. A PDF of the presentation is included in resources.
Are your Year 5s ready? This bundle contains everything you need for a unit on teaching and revising calculation with fractions! Ideal for Years 5 and 6. The two power point presentations cover step by step demonstrations of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions in clear, colourful and engaging slides. There are opportunities for children to practice skills through mini activities, practice using mathematical vocabulary and discuss reasoning through talk partner activities and review and evaluate their learning through plenary activities. There are also slides which review and revise simplifying fractions and converting mixed numbers and improper fractions. The accompanying worksheets are differentiated at 3 levels: Easier (with completed examples for support), Age Related and Harder (for the genius in the class!) These resources are also available separately. In order to ensure that resources are of a high quality and meet the needs of the curriculum your comments are invaluable. Please review this resource. Thank you.
Great for Year 5 or 6 ! An engaging, animated power point presentation which clearly demonstrates the step by step process of Ordering Fractions. Essential mathematical vocabulary is revised including: equivalent fractions, common multiple, common denominator, numerator and denominator. Children are given opportunities to practice skills and explain their reasoning through short tasks and talk partner activities. The accompanying worksheet allows children to choose practice questions according to their confidence. There are also word problems and extension tasks for the most confident to tackle. Children are encouraged to evaluate their understanding and make suggestions for further competence with ordering fractions. A Teacher Handout is also included in resources for reference. Your feedback is invaluable and helps to ensure that resources are of a good quality and match the needs of the curriculum - so please leave a review.
This presentation gives an overview of the life of Claude Monet and introduces the Impressionist Movement in art. It includes several examples of his work and discusses his techniques and colour palette. Towards the end of the presentation, students are encouraged to recreate Monet's style using watercolor paints and slides include tips and instruction on how to use watercolour paints effectively. This resource may also be used to support biography writing as part of an English/Art theme.
Y6 SATs Revision This colourful and engaging power point presentation demonstrates the step by step process of multiplying and dividing fractions. Multiplying and dividing whole numbers and fractions by proper fractions, improper fractions and mixed numbers are included - covering NC objectives from Year 5 and Year 6. There are also slides which revise simplifying fractions and converting mixed numbers and improper fractions.Mathematical vocabulary is reinforced , encouraging children to discuss definitions. A contents page includes hyperlinks to each slide allowing you to skip or repeat activities as required. The presentation would be helpful in explaining new concepts as well as revising previous knowledge as part of a whole class session. There are built in opportunities for pupils to discuss ideas in pairs, share reasoning and practice short activities independently. Some deeper 'mastery' questions are included to help children connect learning and there are a couple word problems to solve. A matching activity completes the unit, which could be a couple of days or a week. Children are encouraged to evaluate their understanding when they have completed the unit. Your feedback is invaluable and a review would be much appreciated.
An engaging presentation which revises key objectives of number and place value including: … read, write, order and compare whole numbers (up to 10 000 000) and decimals … determine the value of each digit in whole numbers and decimals There is also a quick activity to practice multiplying and dividing whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100 and 1000. Throughout the presentation, each concept is explored with examples. Opportunities for children to discuss concepts and practice examples are built in to each slide and answers are provided. A work sheet covering each aspect of the above is included which can be used as an assessment task. Your comments are always appreciated so please review this resource.
This powerpoint presentation demonstrates the step by step techniques of drawing in 1 point and 2 point perspective. Essential vocabulary is introduced: linear perspective, vanishing point, orthogonal lines. The presentation progresses into identifying and drawing typical features of Victorian architecture. The final task is for pupils to design a Victorian house and draw it using either 1 point or 2 point perspective, including some typical Victorian features. My Y6 class have loved learning how to draw in perspective and have produced some amazing artwork. Any pictures used in this presentation were freely available online.
I searched everywhere for a SAT Analysis Grid for the Y6 SPAG sample paper (published July 2015) and was unable to find one - so have created one. I hope it is useful. Feel free to adapt as required. Please Review.