Invite the children to research a state/capital/American attraction. They should imagine they are looking through a key hole at this destination and draw what they see. They should also write a short paragraph about this destination. There are 44 challenges so each child can have a different challenge and act as class experts to teach the class about their destination.
3X-12X tables challenges- can the children spin their fidget spinner and finish the challenge before it spins?
Also includes multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 & 1,000 task.
Great for early morning starters or early finishers.
Includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, fractions, shape, angles, decimals, prime & composite numbers, Roman numerals & more.
I laminated these & used them in a parents' workshop , they could be used for consolidation, early finishers or homework.
X2 Booklets (one for year 5 & one for year 6) which are both editable & include SPAG headings for the children to explain on each page.
X1 Poster -'Grammar Police Training School'
This is an ideal activity for morning starters, homework, SATs revision or lessons.
Child initiated spelling activities that can be laminated and used again or used as worksheets.
All of the statutory year 5/6 words form the new NC are included.
I am also selling spelling lists for weekly spelling tests.
Inverse equation challenge with answers
The children need to remember the inverse equation and establish that 489X19=9291, so to work out 489X20= (9,291+489)= 9,780
YEAR 6 SATS PREPERATION CHALLENGE
Can your class identify the difference between subordinating conjunctions and prepositions? Can they identify the difference between main clauses and subordinate clauses?
Teaching tip-- To identify the difference between subordinate conjunctions and prepositions the children need to establish if the underlined text is part of a subordinate clause or a prepositional phrase. Once they understand that clauses have a subject and verb these can be easily solved.
ANSWER SHEET INCLUDED!
New sets of assessment grids for children's books. I made these using the new national curriculum descriptors. They feature 'I can' statements in child speak.
Similar reading assessment bookmarks are also available to buy under my resources for £3.
These resources took a long time to create so feedback is appreciated. Thanks.
Generic Guided reading grids-I have advised my teachers to get the KPIs and NCDs from the individual file so that they know what they should focus on each week within guided reading.
There is a individual reading grid for all of the year groups. I write the name of the book, date and evidence when I am hearing a child read. There is a simple sheet attached to for parent helpers or similar to use. You can then transfer this as evidence onto your grid or alternatively train your parent helpers/TAs up to use the grids with the KPIs & NCDs on.
I hope you find them useful!