Spelling sheets for revision for the year 6 SATS spelling sheets. Bronze (Below expected) and Silver (At expected) are sentences and multiple choice options to choose the correct spelling. Gold (Exceeding expected) requires pupils to identify and correct misspelt words. All words are based on the 2016 SATS Spelling paper and government sample materials and on the spelling word lists from English appendix 1 of the Key Stage 2 National Curriculum for English.
3 texts and questions loosely based around the theme of Robin Hood.
1. The first chapter of an original story which is set in the time of Robin Hood. (Please note, this does not re-tell the legend of Robin Hood).
2. A non-fiction text about Robin Hood
3. A newspaper article, linked to the story.
Questions are based on the year 6 SATS Reading paper 2016 and sample government materials. This is the first instalment in a series of reading comprehensions to follow.
A series of tasks looking at how modal verbs and adverbs show probability and certainty. It also looks at contracted forms and tenses. Based on the requirements of the national curriculum, "Pupils should be taught to develop by using modal verbs or adverbs to indicate degrees of possibility" and on the 2016 SATS paper and sample government materials. Works well as a SPaG lesson or for small group work.
Two texts and reading comprehension questions with answers that can be used together or separately to practise comprehension skills and for the Key Stage 1 SATS. Texts are a fiction story (a version of the Ugly Duckling) and a non-fiction text about electricity. This could also be used a practice test for pupils to sit in class. Questions are based on the 2016 SATS paper and government sample materials.
Includes a Powerpoint with video links that explains what perimeter, area and volume are and explains how to calculate them. This is supported by a booklet of worksheets with activities. Includes activities suitable for bronze, silver and gold learners. Answers are also included. Work helps meet the statutory requirements of the National Curriculum. Could also be used by home educators and tutors.
A simplified account of Mary Seacole's life and work, with 10 questions, plus an extension task. Includes answers and suggested targets based on KS1 guided reading targets. Suitable for year 1 and 2, possibly with teacher input.
Suitable for work on the Victorians or for Black History Month.
A series of worked examples and practice question for the year 6 Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling (SPaG) SATS test. These can be used for independent work or are ideal for use in a teacher or teaching assistant led small group. They could also be used by parents or tutors revising with children at home. Topics covered include the present and past progressive tenses, modal verbs, pronouns, semi-colons and relative clauses. All questions are based on the 2016 SATS test and government sample materials.
3 levels of revision questions to practice for Maths paper 2 of the year 6 SATS. Bronze and Silver include worked examples and then practice questions to be used for intervention and teacher/TA led groups. Gold is designed to be done independently.
Original Reading comprehension sheets with optional extension tasks on the Egyptians. They are aimed at year 3 and 4 (P4 and P5) and contain a variety of questions designed to develop retrieval, analysis, inference and choice skills.
Table of contents:
There are 4 text types.
Information text on the Pyramids.
An imagined interview with Howard Carter.
An instruction text on mummification.
A story extract on Egyptian childhood/home life.
Revision materials for all 3 Maths SATS test papers, including presentations, worked questions and practice questions. Some resources for whole class teaching and others for interventions and small groups. Save 55% on the individual prices for these resources!
A selection of reasoning questions to revise for the year 2 Maths SATS paper 2. There are ten aural questions and a model teacher script. There are a further 10 written questions, covering topics such as money, number sequences and numbers in words and digits. These questions are particularly suitable for pupils working below or at the expected standard for Key Stage 1. All questions are based on the 2016 Maths SATS papers and government sample materials.
10 cards and answers that can be printed off onto card, or back-to-back and laminated for repeated use. Answers are provided so pupils can test each other or themselves and get instant feedback. Each card contains an arithmetic question for each of the 4 operations and 3 reasoning questions, covering topics such as area and perimeter, angles, money and time and proportion. Could also be used as maths starters or plenaries. These questions are aimed at pupils who are working at the expected standard for year 6.
10 cards and answers that can be printed off onto card, or back-to-back and laminated for repeated use. Answers are provided so pupils can test each other or themselves and get instant feedback. Each card contains an arithmetic question for each of the 4 operations and 3 reasoning questions, covering topics such as algebra, angles, money and time, ration and proportion. Could also be used as maths starters or plenaries. These questions are aimed at pupils who are working above the expected standard for year 6.
3 separate areas of study - The Easter Story, Why do we have Easter Eggs and What happens in a Church at Easter? Information sheets and activities based on them. Fits with the non-statutory RE framework, on 'The nature of religion and belief' and 'Learning about Christianity.' Encourages learners to both learn about and from religion.
A series of worked examples and practice questions for the year 6 grammar, punctuation and spelling paper (SPAG) 1. These are ideal for teacher or teaching assistant led small group or intervention groups. They could also be used by parents or tutors supporting children's revision at home. The questions are aimed at children who are working at the expected level. Topics covered include: inverted commas, the past and present progressive tenses and determiners. All questions are based on the 2016 SATS paper and government sample materials.