Talk for Writing planning for Year 2 using the story Jack and the Beanstalk with the focus on dialogue. This planning is split up into the three phases of Imitate, innovate and independent application. At least three weeks worth of planning. This pack includes resources and learning objective slips. It also includes an example innovated story.
Talk for Writing planning for Year 6 using the story Elf Road with the focus on dialogue. This planning is split up into the three phases of Imitate, innovate and independent application. At least three weeks worth of planning. This pack includes some basic resources. It also includes an example innovated story. I couldn’t include the original story due to copyright but it is easily available online.
One week of planning for measuring length for Year 2. Resources and learning objective slips included. Follows White Rose. Learning objectives include: Measure length in centimetres (cm) Measure length in metres (m) Compare lengths Order lengths Calculate with lengths Differentiation and challenges included.
This resource can be used as a stimulus for a Cold Task for a Talk for Writing unit on persuasive non-fiction writing. It can also be used for writing assessment. The stimulus asks children to write a holiday advert for Brighton.
Full lesson plan for Year 2 Maths - Position and Direction Learning Objective: I can follow and give instructions involving position, direction and movement.
Writing display poster can be displayed in your classroom to support children with basic writing skills. Editable in Publisher version and PDF version included. Each skills has an symbol linked so that it can be used with children from Year 1 to Year 6. I also used these symbols in my marking. Resource can also be printed as mini versions for handy resources in books or around the classroom. I hope you find this resource useful! If you like it please leave a review :)
Science - Floating and Sinking activities and Worksheets and Learning Objectives Appropriate for KS1 Investigating during practical activities. Sheets can be used for recording what the children find out. Learning Objectives include: Investigate which materials float or sink. Investigate which shapes are best to make the plasticine float.
Over 80 affirmations to use in the classroom. It is more important than ever that we look after children’s and our own wellbeing. This resource has been made with purpose of building children up in their return to the school environment. It can then be an ongoing practice that you use in your classroom! I have created groups of affirmations in poster form that link to different areas that may need to built on when returning to school. Affirmations for building confidence Affirmations for building growth mindset Affirmations for friendships and respect Affirmations for good health Affirmations for managing emotions Affirmations to calm stress and anxiety This bundle also includes a document with all affirmations on a grid so that you can use them any way you see best for your class/group/individuals. I have also included a guidance sheet which gives some basic guidance on how they can be used in the classroom. I really hope this is a helpful resource and that it can support children in their wellbeing. It may also be useful for staff and adults in schools too! Good luck!
This planning can be used to assess children’s prior knowledge when entering Year 6. They will demonstrate their knowledge of: place value by counting forward and back in 10s, 100s and 1000s. Multiplication and division facts problem solving skills It includes games and activities for the children to take part in which will assess their basic number knowledge.
This pack includes planning and resources for 2 days. Maths, Year 2, Calculation Learning objectives include: Find ½ , ¼ ⅓ or ¾ of a given number Solve calculations using a variety of operations. This can be used as preparation for assessment.
I have used this helping hands classroom jobs system in my Year 6 classroom to encourage the pupils to take on responsibility and build more independence. Laminate the display poster and display names to ensure children know their jobs. I use wooden pegs with each child’s name on so that I can change the jobs easily each week. The job descriptions mean that each child has clear instructions on what is expected when completing each job. There should be enough jobs so that each child has a role to play, although this can be easily edited depending on class size or needs. A great way to start a new academic year and promote more responsibility and independence!