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

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

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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!
Place Value Year 5 lessons. Partitioning, writing numbers as words, footballers salaries, active
JasmineKay-MoyleJasmineKay-Moyle

Place Value Year 5 lessons. Partitioning, writing numbers as words, footballers salaries, active

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2 Place value lessons I have linked the first lesson to my 'North America' topic but this could be taught even if this is not your topic. The children are required to write the populations of different towns/villages/cities and states in words. This task is differentiated by 4. The children are then required to consolidate their learning by writing footballers salaries as words. (Differentiated by 3). They will then learn to partition numbers by using chalk on the playground and large foam dice. The differentiated challenges and detailed plans are included.
Writing assessment grids for books- New National Curriculum FS-YR 6
JasmineKay-MoyleJasmineKay-Moyle

Writing assessment grids for books- New National Curriculum FS-YR 6

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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.