Through the key hole North & South America Topic Art

Through the key hole North & South America Topic Art

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.
JasmineKay-Moyle
Multiplication assessment task

Multiplication assessment task

1*- 2 digit numbers X2 (26 questions) 2*- 1 digit x 2 digit & 1 digit x 3 digit (26 questions) 3***- 3 digit x 3 digit & 2 digit x 2 digit (26 questions) Editable challenges suitable for KS2/KS3
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NEW CURRICULUM Guided reading & Individual reading assessment grids for year 1-6

NEW CURRICULUM Guided reading & Individual reading assessment grids for year 1-6

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!
JasmineKay-Moyle
YEAR 6 SATS CHALLENGE. Subordinating and co-ordinating conjunctions, main and suborindating clauses

YEAR 6 SATS CHALLENGE. Subordinating and co-ordinating conjunctions, main and suborindating clauses

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!
JasmineKay-Moyle