I used this when I did a ‘Highway Rat’ themed day for my 4.5 year old son He really enjoyed it. I used some cakes from his play kitchen and put the labels next to them.
Triwizard Twist is an extra maths challenge after a maths lesson. Includes: Triwizard Twist Challenge display card Triwizard Twist Investigation
Year 4 Explanation Planning 2 week unit Includes National Curriculum Objectives Focus Targets for WTS, EXS and GDS Steps to Success Learning Journey All clips have been checked and updated
Just So Stories Planning Year 4 Includes: National Curriculum Objectives Focus Targets for WTS, EXS and GDS Steps to Success Learning Journey Camel - Speech Elephant Speech How the Camel got its Hump How the Rhinoceros got his skin Pictures of animals they could choose
I created a resource for my son to use for his ‘Africa’ day. He was very interested to see which were UK/African school. He then had to justify why he put the pictures in each. He then had to tell me what similarities and differences there were.
This is a Wonder Guided Reading Unit for KS2. It includes Learning Objectives and assessment foci for each lesson. Most slides have quotes, but you will need the book to hand to read the first few chapters.
Zootropolis/Paddington Bear Year 4 English Unit This is at least 2 weeks long and includes 2 apprentice piece and final writes. The resources are character descriptions, atmospheric descriptions, recipe for Paddington. Planning Overview WALT/LO for each lesson 2 apprentice/final pieces Character descriptions Atmospheric Descriptions Paddington Ingredients pictures
The Very Hungry Caterpillar EYFS Bundle Includes: Sound Matching Callie’s Finger Painting Callie the Caterpillar Pattern Match The Very Hungry Caterpillar Counting Callie’s Missing Numbers
Word Classes Disney Display Alice’s Adjectives Anger’s Adverbs Charlie’s Conjunctions Nick’s Nouns Pascal’s Prepositions Victor’s Verbs
Instructional Writing Stimulus: • Children have been asked by the Hasslemere Museum to write instructions for how to mummify a body, which can be shown to other schools that visit. Capture, sift and sort: • Analyse a range of instructional texts identifying a criteria for what makes a good information text and the features they use. • Investigate the use of language (second person, imperative verbs, time connectives) • Generate class success criteria: what do you think successful instructions should include? • Post it notes from each group onto learning wall Create, refine and evaluate: • Apprentice Piece – Write a set of instructions using skills learnt in pieces prior to writing and supplementary pieces to focus on specific areas of need. • Plan an instruction text in line with the success criteria. • Self assess against success criteria