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Helen-Teach's Shop provides high quality, great value English and maths resources designed to save teachers' precious time. All materials are created by a teacher with over 20 years of experience. If you are pleased with your buy, leave a review and receive another resource for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the resource you have reviewed and your chosen free resource, up to the value of your purchased resource.
The Iron Man Newspaper Report Example, Feature Find, Answers, Punctuation Activity & Templates
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Example newspaper report based on the children’s novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. This exemplar newspaper article is perfect to use as a WAGOLL when studying The Iron Man. The example text reports on the events in Chapter 2 of the book when Hogarth first sees the Iron Man. The model newspaper report comes with a feature identification worksheet for children to fill in, plus an answer sheet that can be uploaded for remote learning or shared in class. After identifying the features, pupils complete the quotation punctuation activities. Then pupils use the templates provided to plan and write their own newspaper report based on the example text. Pupils’ reports can be about the events in Chapter 2 or a different event from later on in the novel. This resource comes with the following documents: • Example newspaper report • Feature find • Feature find answers • Quotation punctuation activity with answers • Newspaper report planning template • Newspaper report writing templates x2 • Text extract The genre-specific, language, grammar and punctuation features in the text include: • Headline in the present tense • Byline • Date • Introductory paragraph containing the 4 Ws • Quotes, with inverted commas • Photograph with caption • Passive voice • Alliteration • Past tense • Third person • Relative clauses • Fronted adverbials • Present perfect tense A text extract has been included so that this resource can be used in as standalone series of lessons. All resources come as both easily editable Word documents and PDFs. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦ The Iron Man Example Diary Text with Features ✦ The Iron Man Dialogue Writing - Example Text & Feature Identification Sheet ✦ The Iron Man - Example Apology Letter from Hogarth & Feature Identification ✦ Iron Man 6 Example Texts Plus Glossary BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Example Texts BUNDLE: Diary, Dialogue & Non-Chronological Report with Features Sheet & Answers Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
The Iron Man Hogarth's Diary Example & Feature Find
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Example diary entry text for The Iron Man written from the point of view of Hogarth after discovering the Iron Man, plus writing feature find worksheet. This exemplar recount text is perfect as a WAGOLL after reading Chapter 2 of Ted Hughes’ novel. The model diary text contains these language, grammar and punctuation features: • Similes • Metaphors • Personification • Repetition for effect • Onomatopoeia • Alliteration • Show not tell feelings • Rhetorical questions • Fronted adverbials followed by a comma • Variety of nouns/verbs/adjectives to avoid repetition • Noun phrases • Coordinating conjunctions • Subordinating conjunctions • Apostrophes for contractions • Apostrophes for singular possessions • Apostrophes for plural possessions • Hyphens • Dashes • Colons • Brackets Documents available as PDFs and editable Word files. Answers for the feature identification worksheet included. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦ The Iron Man Dialogue Writing - Example Text with Feature Identification Sheet ✦ The Iron Man - Example Apology Letter from Hogarth with Feature Identification ✦ Example Non-Chronological Report About The Iron Man, Plus Feature Identification Sheet with Answers ✦ Example Non-Chronological Report About Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon from The Iron Man, Plus Feature Sheet ✦ The Iron Man - Example Interview with Hogarth plus Feature Identification and Planning Sheet ✦ Iron Man 6 Example Texts Plus Glossary BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Example Texts BUNDLE: Diary, Dialogue & Non-Chronological Report ✦ The Iron Man Glossary for the Whole Novel (Chapters 1-5) Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Street Child Character Profile Example Text Pack
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Street Child Character Profile Example Text Pack

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An example character profile text about Jim from the book Street Child plus differentiated planning and writing templates, and word bank. This exemplar text is perfect to use as a WAGOLL after reading chapters 1 and 2 of Berlie Doherty’s Victorian-themed historical fiction novel. Resources provided: • Exemplar character profile WAGOLL text • Planning template differentiated 2 ways • Writing template differentiated 3 ways • Personality traits word bank The resources are available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Pupils read the model character description of Jim Jarvis and then plan and write their own character profile about Jim, Emily, Lizzie, Ma, Mr Spink or any other character using the differentiated templates. The resource could be used on World Book Day as an example character profile before children create their own about their chosen character from any other story. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other Street Child resources: ✦ Street Child WAGOLL Example Text Pack BUNDLE ✦ Street Child Diary Entry Example Text Pack ✦ Street Child Dialogue Writing Example Text Pack ✦ Street Child Letter Writing Example Text Pack You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦The Twits Character Profile BUNDLE ✦The Iron Man Character Profile BUNDLE ✦Character Profile Example: Journey by Aaron Becker ✦The Iron Man Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template ✦Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template ✦How To Train Your Dragon Character Profile Example Plus Feature Sheet and Templates ✦The Twits Character Profile Example Text, Feature Find, Planning & Writing Template ✦Stone Age Boy Character Profile Examples and Differentiated Templates ✦Christophe’s Story Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Differentiated Templates Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Animal Non-Chronological Report BUNDLE
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Animal Non-Chronological Report BUNDLE

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Various non-chronological report WAGOLLs, activities, handouts and displays, themed around animals. Perfect for a non-chronological report writing unit in KS2. Spider Non-Chronological Report Example Text Pack Resources provided: • Non-chronologcial report WAGOLL text • Feature Find worksheet • Feature Find answers • Layout activity • Layout answers • Sentence Sorting activity • Sentence Sorting answers • Planning template • Writing template differentiated Gila Monster Non-Chronological Report Example Text Pack Resources provided: • Non-chronologcial report WAGOLL text • Non-chronologcial report Feature Find worksheet differentiated x3 • Non-chronologcial report Feature find answers • Planning sheets differentiated x2 • Writing templates differentiated x2 • Task explanation sheet Animal Non-Chronological Report Punctuating Sentences Tasks Resources provided: • Badger information text punctuation task with answers • Hedgehogs information text punctuation task with answers • Spiders information text punctuation task with answers Humpback Whale Non-Chronological Report Pack Resources provided: • Humpback whales vocabulary sheet • Humpback whales vocabulary wall display • Identify features: tense and sentence types with answers • Humpback whales matching sentences sheet with answers • Re-order sentences: elephants, with answers • Humpback whales organising information into paragraphs with answers • Humpback whales planning notes • Non-chronological report planning sheet 4 sections • Non-chronological report planning sheet 5 sections • Non-chronological report writing template • Non-chronological report sentence starters • Non-chronological report checklist If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other resources: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦ How To Train Your Dragon Character Profile Example Pack Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
The Iron Man Dialogue Writing Example Text, Feature Identification & Answers
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An example text demonstrating dialogue writing with direct speech based on The Iron Man novel by Ted Hughes plus accompanying resources. The WAGOLL contains a conversation between Hogarth and his parents after he first sees the Iron Man. It is based on a part of the story containing no direct speech. A feature find sheet and an extract from The Iron Man are also included. This resource contains the following documents: • Missing speech punctuation starter activity • Answer sheet • Example dialogue text • Dialogue feature find sheet • Answer sheet • The Iron Man extract text Pupils examine the model text using the feature find sheet before writing their own version or completing the dialogue. The resources can be used when studying the novel The Iron Man or during one or more stand-alone lessons. All documents available as PDFs and easily editable Word documents. Text contains the following features: • Actual words spoken with inverted commas on either side • Reporting clause separated from words spoken with comma, question mark or exclamation mark • Variety of speech verbs • Adverbs • Actions of the characters • New paragraph every time the speaker changes • Feelings of characters shown through action • Sentence spoken but split into two by the reporting clause • Two or more sentences spoken at once with reporting clause at the beginning/end • Two sentences spoken at once split into two by the reporting clause If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Save money with Iron Man themed resource bundles: ✦ Iron Man | Complete Unit of Work | Plus Grammar & Comprehension | BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man 10 Example Texts BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Grammar & Punctuation BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Comprehension BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Example Diary Texts BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Character Profile BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Apostrophe BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Fronted Adverbial BUNDLE Also: ✦ Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦ Iron Man Example Diary Text ✦ Iron Man Example Apology Letter ✦ Example Non-Chronological Report Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
How To Train Your Dragon Character Profile Example Plus Feature Sheet and Templates
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How To Train Your Dragon Character Profile Example Plus Feature Sheet and Templates

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An example character profile text about Viking Hooligan Hiccup from the children’s novel How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell. This exemplar character description of Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is perfect to use as a WAGOLL. The model character profile comes with a feature identification worksheet for children to fill in, plus answer sheet that can be uploaded for remote learning or shared in class. After identifying the features of the exemplar text, pupils plan and then write their own character description of Hiccup, Snotlout, Fishlegs, Gobber the Belch or any other character from the book using the differentiated resources provided. Resources included: • Example character profile of Hiccup • Writing feature identification worksheet • Writing feature identification worksheet answers • Differentiated planning templates (x3) • Character trait list • Differentiated writing templates (x3) The language, grammar and punctuation features to be identified in the character description text include: • Similes • Rule of three • Alliteration • Present tense • Third person • Fronted adverbials followed by a comma • Synonyms to avoid repetition • Expanded noun phrases • Subordinating conjunctions • Apostrophes for contraction • Apostrophes for singular possession • Colons • Semi-colons • Brackets • Hyphens The character profile is based on information from the first two chapters of the book, so can be used after reading Chapter 2 or when you are further on or at the end of the novel. This resource can also be used on World Book Day as a standalone lesson. Pupils would then write their own character profiles about a character from a book of their choice or even create their own characters. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other How to Train Your Dragon themed resources: ✦ Example Text, Grammar & Punctuation BUNDLE ✦ Example Explanation Text Pack ✦ Example Diary Text Pack ✦ Possessive Apostrophe Pack ✦ Fronted Adverbial Pack You may also be interested in: ✦ Christophe’s Story Example Letter Pack ✦ Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example Pack ✦ The Iron Man Character Profile Example Pack Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Holes: Newspaper Report Example Text Pack With WAGOLL & Templates
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Example newspaper report pack based on the popular novel Holes by Louis Sachar. This exemplar newspaper article is perfect to use as a WAGOLL when studying the mystery adventure bookHoles. The example text reports on Stanley Yelnat’s conviction for theft, from chapters 1 to 6 in the book. The model newspaper report comes with a feature find worksheet for children to fill in, with answer sheet, to give students the opportunity to examine the text in detail. After identifying the features, pupils complete the quotation punctuation worksheets, filling in the missing punctuation marks. Then pupils use the templates provided to plan and write their own newspaper report based on the example text or other events that take place in the novel. This resource comes with the following documents: • Example newspaper report WAGOLL • Feature find worksheets, differentiated x 3 • Feature find answers • Quotation punctuation activity with answers • Newspaper report planning templates • Newspaper report writing templates, differentiated x2 • Labelled writing templates The genre-specific, language, grammar and punctuation features in the text include: • Headline in the present tense • Alliteration in the headline • Byline • Date • Lead: introductory paragraph containing 5 Ws (who, what, where, when, why) • Quotes, with inverted commas • Photograph with caption • Passive voice • Past tense • Third person • Relative clauses • Alliteration • Fronted adverbials followed by comma • Synonyms to avoid repetition • Expanded noun phrases • Subordinating conjunctions • Modal verbs • Present perfect tense (has/have -ed OR has/have been -ed) • Hyphens • Apostrophes for contraction • Apostrophes for singular possession • Apostrophes for plural possession All resources come as both easily editable Word documents and PDFs. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. More Holes themed resources: ✦ Holes: Character Profile Example Text Pack You may also be interested in: ✦ Stig of the Dump Unit of Work | Four Weeks ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦ The Lightning Thief Diary Pack ✦ Harry Potter & the Philosopher’s Stone: WAGOLL Example Text Pack BUNDLE ✦ Oranges In No Man’s Land Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
The Iron Man Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template
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An example character profile text about the Iron Man character from the novel The Iron Man by Ted Hughes. This exemplar character description of the Iron Man is perfect to use as a WAGOLL. The model text comes with a feature find sheet for children to fill in, plus answers. After identifying the features of the text, pupils write their own character description of the Iron Man, Hogarth, the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon or a character from another book using the template provided. The language, grammar & punctuation features to be identified in the text include: • Similes • Metaphors • Rule of three • Onomatopoeia • Alliteration • Fronted adverbials followed by commas • Synonyms to avoid repetition • Expanded noun phrases • Apostrophes for singular possession • Apostrophes for plural possession • Brackets • Hyphens • Colons • Semi-colons The sections of this character profile and template include appearance, personality, actions, special skills and picture. The character profile exemplar is best used after reading the whole novel as it contains information from all five chapters. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Save money with these Iron Man themed resource bundles: ✦ The Iron Man | Complete Unit of Work | Plus Grammar & Comprehension | BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man 10 Example Texts BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Grammar & Punctuation BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Comprehension BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Example Diary Texts BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Character Profile BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Apostrophe Activities Differentiated BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Fronted Adverbial Differentiated Worksheets BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man 7 Example Texts & Glossary BUNDLE You may also like: ✦ Iron Man Example Diary Text ✦ Iron Man Dialogue Writing WAGOLL ✦ Iron Man Example Apology Letter ✦ Iron Man Example Non-Chronological Report ✦ Iron Man Example Interview with Hogarth ✦ Iron Man Glossary Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Example Description: Journey by Aaron Becker
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Example Description: Journey by Aaron Becker

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A model descriptive writing text based on the beautiful wordless picture book Journey by Aaron Becker. The model text describes the girl approaching and entering the city in her boat. The description comes with a feature find task, which asks pupils to search for the following writing features including figurative language and other literary devices: • similes • metaphors • hyperbole • personification • repetition for effect • onomatopoeia • alliteration • show not tell feelings An answer sheet has been included. The description can be used as a WAGOLL before pupils write their own description based on Journey. The resources come in easily editable Word format and as PDFs. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other Journey themed resources: ✦ Example Writing BUNDLE ✦ Example Diary Text Pack ✦ Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦ Dialogue Text Examples Pack You may also be interested in: ✦ Journey by Aaron Becker: Example Writing Bundle ✦ Example Diary: Journey by Aaron Becker ✦ Character Profile Example: Journey by Aaron Becker ✦ Dialogue Text Examples Differentiated: Journey by Aaron Becker ✦ Christophe’s Story Example Letter, Feature Identification & Answers ✦ Christophe’s Story Dialogue Writing Example with Feature Identification, Answers & Extract ✦ Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template ✦ The Iron Man Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template Visit Helen Teach’s Shop for more resources.
The Iron Man Hogarth Apology Letter Example, Feature Identification & Answers
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Example apology letter text for The Iron Man (also known as The Iron Giant) written from the point of view of Hogarth in Chapter 3 of the book, plus writing feature find worksheet, with answers. The example letter of apology contains the following language, grammar and punctuation features: • Rule of three • Repetition for effect • Alliteration • Metaphor • Fronted adverbials followed by a comma • Subordinate clauses • Co-ordinating conjunctions • Adverbs • Expanded noun phrases • Variety of nouns to avoid repetition • Apostrophes for contraction • Apostrophes for plural possession • Hyphens • Colons This exemplar letter is perfect to show to pupils as a WAGOLL. Children can read the text, identify the features and then write their own letters of apology using the planning grid included. The answers for the feature find worksheet have been included so that they can be easily shared with pupils. All documents are supplied as PDFs and editable Word documents. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Save money with these Iron Man themed resource bundles: ✦ The Iron Man | Complete Unit of Work | Plus Grammar & Comprehension | BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man 10 Example Texts BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Grammar & Punctuation BUNDLE ✦ The Iron Man Comprehension BUNDLE ✦ The Iron Man Example Diary Texts BUNDLE ✦ The Iron Man Character Profile BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man Apostrophe Activities Differentiated BUNDLE ✦ The Iron Man Fronted Adverbial Differentiated Worksheets BUNDLE ✦ Iron Man 7 Example Texts & Glossary BUNDLE You may also like: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦ The Iron Man Example Diary Text ✦ The Iron Man Dialogue Writing Example Text ✦ Example Non-Chronological Report About The Iron Man ✦ Example Non-Chronological Report About Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon from The Iron Man ✦ The Iron Man Glossary for the Whole Novel Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Character Profile Example: Boy at the Back of the Class
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Character Profile Example: Boy at the Back of the Class

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An example character profile text for The Boy at the Back of the Class about Ahmet, the new boy at school, plus writing feature identification worksheet and answers, and differentiated writing templates. This exemplar text is perfect to use as a WAGOLL after reading Chapter 4 of Onjali Q. Raúf’s refugee novel The Boy at the Back of the Class. Resources provided: • Exemplar character profile text • Feature find worksheet • Feature find answer sheet • Writing template differentiated 3 ways The character profile text contains the following language, grammar and punctuation features: • Simile • Rule of three • Alliteration • Fronted adverbial followed by a comma • Co-ordinating conjunctions • Subordinating conjunctions • Relative pronouns • Synonyms to avoid repetition • Expanded noun phrase • Apostrophe for possession • Apostrophe for omission • Comma in a list • Colon • Hyphen The resources are available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Pupils read the model character profile text, identify the features and then write their own character profile using the differentiated templates. The resource could be used on World Book Day as an example character profile before children create their own about their chosen character. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other The Boy at the Back of the Class themed resources: ✦ Example Text Bundle ✦ Diary Example Text Pack ✦ Dialogue Writing Text Pack ✦ Differentiated Apostrophe Activities You may also like: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦The Twits Character Profile BUNDLE ✦The Iron Man Character Profile BUNDLE ✦Character Profile Example: Journey by Aaron Becker ✦The Iron Man Character Profile Example ✦Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example ✦How To Train Your Dragon Character Profile Example ✦The Twits Character Profile Example ✦Stone Age Boy Character Profile Examples ✦Oranges In No Man’s Land Character Profile Example Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Negative Numbers Maths Murder Mystery With Answers
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Negative Numbers Maths Murder Mystery With Answers

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A fun, engaging negative numbers maths murder mystery for students to solve. Students add, subtract, multiply and divide negative and positive numbers to solve the murder. Complete answers are provided for all questions. This resource is suitable for upper Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 pupils. The question and answer sheets both come in PDF format. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. More maths murder mysteries: ✦ Units of Measurement Maths Murder Mystery With Answers ✦ Decimals Maths Murder Mystery With Answers ✦ Roman Numerals Maths Murder Mystery With Answers ✦ Time Maths Murder Mystery With Answers ✦ Squares & Cube Numbers Maths Murder Mystery With Answers Other useful resources: ✦ Negative Numbers Maths Murder Mystery With Answers ✦ Rounding Code Cracker Worksheets Valentine-themed resources ✦ Valentine’s Day Maths Bundle Easter-themed resources ✦ Easter Maths BUNDLE Worksheets Halloween-themed resources ✦ Halloween Maths BUNDLE - Differentiated Worksheets Christmas-themed resources ✦ Christmas Maths BUNDLE Differentiated Worksheets Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Singular and Plural Possessive Apostrophes Worksheets
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Singular and Plural Possessive Apostrophes Worksheets

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Six worksheets aimed at learning about the correct punctuation of singular and plural possessive nouns. The worksheets cover a variety of difficulty levels and are all accompanied by answer sheets. The sheets cover the following: ✽ Identifying whether sentences should or shouldn’t have apostrophes ✽ Identifying singular possession, plural possession and contractions ✽ Adding the missing apostrophes to each sentence with a mixture of singular and plural possession ✽ Writing the possessive form of singular and regular plural nouns ✽ Writing the possessive form of singular and irregular plural nouns ✽ Identifying if the apostrophe has been place accurately and making corrections where necessary The worksheets can be completed independently or in pairs. Different formats of possessive nouns are given as examples, including: • Singular possession with one item being possessed • Singular possession with more than one item being possessed • Regular plural possession with one item being possessed • Regular plural possession with more than one item being possessed • Irregular plural possession with one item being possessed • Irregular plural possession with more than one item being possessed Contractions which are often confused with possession are also covered. Answers to all tasks are included. All documents available as easily editable Word documents and as PDFs. These activities are suitable for years 4, 5 or 6. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: ✦ Singular and Plural Possessive Apostrophes Activities & Quiz ✦ Direct Speech Punctuation Activities ✦ How To Train Your Dragon Possessive Apostrophes Differentiated Worksheets Chapters 1, 2 & 3 ✦ Explanation Text: How Do Bees Make Honey? ✦ Daily Grammar & Writing Nuggets with Answers - Term BUNDLE ✦ Ogre 4 Example Fiction and Non-Fiction Texts BUNDLE with Feature Identification & Answers For more resources, visit Helen Teach’s shop.
Stone Age Boy Character Profile Examples and Differentiated Templates
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Stone Age Boy Character Profile Examples and Differentiated Templates

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Two example character profile texts about the characters from the children’s picture book Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura. These differentiated exemplar character descriptions of the boy and his friend, the Stone Age girl Om, are perfect to use as WAGOLLs. After looking at the example texts, pupils can write their own character profile of the boy, Om or a character from another book using the three differentiated Character Profile Templates which are also included in this resource. The resource could also be used on World Book Day as an example character profile before children create their own about their chosen character from any other story. All resources come as easily editable Word documents and in PDF format. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other Stone Age Boy resources: ✦ Stone Age Boy Example Texts BUNDLE ✦ Stone Age Boy Example Diary Text with Feature Identification & Answers ✦ Stone Age Boy Example Dialogue Texts Differentiated, Feature Identification & Answers ✦ Stone Age Boy 3 Example Instruction and Recipe Texts Plus Templates ✦ Stone Age Boy Fronted Adverbials Differentiated Worksheets & Answers You may also be interested in: ✦ Stone Age Boy Example Dialogue Texts Differentiated, Feature Identification & Answers ✦ Christophe’s Story Example Letter, Feature Identification & Answers ✦ Christophe’s Story Dialogue Writing Example with Feature Identification, Answers & Extract ✦ Christophe’s Story Example Diary Entries, Feature Identification & Answers ✦ Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template ✦ The Iron Man Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Diary Example Text: Boy at the Back of the Class
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An example diary entry text for The Boy at the Back of the Class written from the point of view of Ahmet, the new boy at school, plus writing feature identification worksheet and answers. This exemplar recount text is perfect to use as a WAGOLL after reading Chapter 2 of Onjali Q. Raúf’s refugee novel The Boy at the Back of the Class. Resources provided: • Exemplar diary text • Feature find worksheet • Feature find answer sheet The diary text contains the following language, grammar and punctuation features: • Similes • Rule of three • Repetition for effect • Alliteration • Metaphors • Hyperbole • Personification • Show not tell emotions • Rhetorical questions • Fronted adverbials followed by a comma • Variety of nouns to avoid repetition • Noun phrases • Apostrophes for contraction • Apostrophes for singular possession • Apostrophes for plural possession • Hyphens • Dashes • Colons • Semi-colons • Brackets The resources are available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Pupils read the model diary text, identify the features and then write their own diary entry. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other The Boy at the Back of the Class themed resources: ✦ Example Text Bundle ✦ Character Profile Text Pack ✦ Dialogue Writing Text Pack ✦ Differentiated Apostrophe Activities You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦ Moon Landing Diary Unit of Work BUNDLE ✦ Christophe’s Story Example Diary Entries Pack ✦ How To Train Your Dragon Example Diary Text Pack ✦ The Twits Example Diary Text Pack ✦ Stone Age Boy Example Diary Text Pack ✦ Oranges in No Man’s Land Example Diary Text Pack ✦ Example Diary: Journey by Aaron Becker Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
The Firework-Maker's Daughter: Persuasive Letter Example Text Pack
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The Firework-Maker's Daughter: Persuasive Letter Example Text Pack

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An example persuasive letter text written from Lila to the king from The Firework-Maker’s Daughter, feature find worksheets and answers, and an extract from the novel with an explanation of the task and a list of useful vocabulary. This exemplar text is perfect to use as a WAGOLL after reading Chapter 5 of Philip Pullman’s novel. Resources provided: • Exemplar persuasive letter text • Feature Find worksheets • Feature Find answers • Extract, task & vocabulary sheet The model letter is from Lila to the king to persuade him to spare her father’s life. Pupils read the model persuasive letter, examine its features using the Feature Find worksheets and then plan and write their own letters. The following language, grammar and punctuation features can be found in the WAGOLL: • Rule of three • Repetition for effect • Alliteration • Metaphors • Emotional language • Flattery • Rhetorical questions • Commands • Coordinating conjunctions • Subordinating conjunctions • Relative pronouns • Fronted adverbials (and other introductory words, phrases and clauses) followed by commas • Synonyms to avoid repetition • Expanded noun phrases • Commas in a list • Apostrophes for contraction • Apostrophes for possession • Colons • Semi-colons • Dashes • Hyphens The resources are available as PDFs and editable Word documents. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other Firework-Maker’s Daughter resources: ✦ Example Text Pack BUNDLE ✦ Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦ Diary Entry Example Text Pack ✦ Newspaper Report Example Text Pack You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦Example Character Profiles BUNDLE ✦The Twits Character Profile BUNDLE ✦The Iron Man Character Profile BUNDLE ✦Character Profile Example: Journey by Aaron Becker ✦Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template ✦How To Train Your Dragon Character Profile Example Plus Feature Sheet and Templates ✦Stone Age Boy Character Profile Examples and Differentiated Templates Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Fun English Writing Games
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Fun English Writing Games

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A set of fun English games to expand vocabulary, increase knowledge and boost confidence in writing. Pupils will love this selection of three enjoyable literacy writing games that can be played individually, in pairs or in teams. When playing these games, pupils will learn about and use the following: • Different word classes, including nouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, determiners, prepositions • Different phrase classes, including noun phrases, verb phrases, prepositional phrases • Different clause classes, including subordinate clauses, relative clauses • A range of sentence structures • A wider range of vocabulary All games are ready to print and play. The games range from being suitable as a quick starter or plenary or as the main activity of a literacy lesson or booster group. They are also perfect to play with the family or for homeschoolers. These fun games are ideal for reluctant writers. Clear instructions and example playing sheets are provided. Each game comes with variations to adjust the challenge level for your pupils. In addition, documents are easily editable to adapt for your class or group. Each resource is provided in both editable Word and PDF format. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Literary Devices Differentiated Activities ✦ Oranges in No Man’s Land Example Diary Text with Feature Identification & Answers ✦ Letter to an Ogre Example Persuasive Text, Feature Identification & Answers ✦ Stone Age Boy Example Diary Text with Feature Identification & Answers ✦ The Twits Example Diary Text with Feature Identification & Templates ✦ How To Train Your Dragon Example Diary Text with Feature Identification & Templates ✦ Unicorn Persuasive Letter Example, Feature Identification & Answers Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
The Iron Man Chapter by Chapter Summary
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The Iron Man Chapter by Chapter Summary

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A chapter by chapter summary of events from The Iron Man novel by Ted Hughes with pictures. This is useful for: • Recapping the events previously read before reading the next section or chapter • Informing pupils who have missed lessons of key plot points • Supporting SEN pupils and lower ability readers • Reminding pupils of the plot before or during writing activities • Ordering of events activities • Briefing cover teachers or part-time teachers who have not read the whole book • Reviewing the novel after a half-term holiday or other break in learning Each chapter summary is on a separate page of the document. The summary document comes in easily editable Word format and as a PDF. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦ The Iron Man Example Diary Text with Features ✦ The Iron Man Dialogue Writing - Example Text & Feature Identification Sheet ✦ The Iron Man - Example Apology Letter from Hogarth & Feature Identification ✦ Example Non-Chronological Report About The Iron Man & Feature Identification Sheet with Answers ✦ Iron Man 6 Example Texts Plus Glossary BUNDLE Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
The Firework-Maker's Daughter: Diary Entry Example Text Pack
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The Firework-Maker's Daughter: Diary Entry Example Text Pack

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An example diary entry text written from the point of view of Lila from The Firework-Maker’s Daughter plus feature find worksheets and answers, and differentiated planning templates. This exemplar text is perfect to use as a WAGOLL after reading chapters 2 and 3 of Philip Pullman’s novel. Resources provided: • Exemplar diary entry text • Feature Find worksheets • Feature Find answers • Planning template differentiated 3 ways The resources are available as PDFs and editable Word documents. Pupils read the model diary entry, examine its features using the Feature Find worksheets and then plan and write their own diary entry using the differentiated templates. The following language, grammar and punctuation features can be found in the WAGOLL: • Similes • Metaphors • Idioms • Rule of three • Repetition for effect • Onomatopoeias • Alliteration • Feelings • Fronted adverbials followed by a comma • Synonyms to avoid repetition • Noun phrases • Coordinating conjunctions • Subordinating conjunctions • Question marks • Commas in lists • Apostrophes for contraction • Apostrophes for singular possession • Apostrophes for plural possession • Dashes • Colons • Semi-colons • Hyphens • Brackets If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other Firework-Maker’s Daughter resources: ✦ Example Text Pack BUNDLE ✦ Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦ Persuasive Letter Example Text Pack ✦ Newspaper Report Example Text Pack You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦The Twits Character Profile BUNDLE ✦The Iron Man Character Profile BUNDLE ✦Character Profile Example: Journey by Aaron Becker ✦Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦How To Train Your Dragon Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦The Twits Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦Stone Age Boy Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦Christophe’s Story Character Profile Example Text Pack Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.
Street Child Diary Entry Example Text Pack
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Street Child Diary Entry Example Text Pack

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An example diary text based on Chapter 7 of the Victorian novelStreet Child by Berlie Doherty with Feature Find sheet and answers, and word bank. The diary entry is written from Jim’s point of view on the day he decides to run away from the workhouse. The exemplar text can be used as a WAGOLL. Use the feature find worksheets to examine the diary text before pupils plan and write their own diary entry based on Chapter 7 or their predictions of what will happen next in the text. Resources provided: • Exemplar diary entry text • Feature Find worksheet • Feature Find answers • Differentiated planning templates • Contractions word bank The diary text contains the following features: • Adverbs of degree • Alliteration • Contractions • Idioms • Metaphors • Possessive nouns • Repetition for effect • Rhetorical questions • Rule of three • Subordinating conjunctions • Fronted adverbials • Expanded noun phrases All resources are provided in editable Word and PDF format. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, leave a review and receive another up to the value of this one for free. Just email helen-teach@outlook.com with your username, the reviewed resource and the resource you would like for free. Other Street Child resources: ✦ Street Child WAGOLL Example Text Pack BUNDLE ✦ Street Child Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦ Street Child Dialogue Writing Example Text Pack ✦ Street Child Letter Writing Example Text Pack You may also be interested in: ✦ The Iron Man Unit of Work | Four Weeks | Year 3/4 ✦The Twits Character Profile BUNDLE ✦The Iron Man Character Profile BUNDLE ✦Character Profile Example: Journey by Aaron Becker ✦The Iron Man Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦Stig of the Dump Character Profile Example, Feature Sheet, Answers & Template ✦How To Train Your Dragon Character Profile Example Plus Feature Sheet and Templates ✦The Twits Character Profile Example Text, Feature Find, Planning & Writing Template ✦Stone Age Boy Character Profile Example Text Pack ✦Christophe’s Story Character Profile Example Text Pack Visit Helen-Teach’s Shop for more resources.