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Greta Thunberg - Human Impact
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Greta Thunberg - Human Impact

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Greta is an inspirational environmental campaigner. This presentation invites your students to learn more about her and to discuss her message. Who is Greta Thunberg? Straight talking Inspiration No school What do you think? Travelling to the U.S.A. Competition Greta’s message What do I know? Our environment How dare you! - Greta’s speech to address the U.N. Melting ice Hurricanes Extreme weather change Loss of habitat What would you say to Greta? What would be your message? What actions could you take?. G A great introduction to Greta’s achievements so far for your curious class. Pack of worksheets include: Your carbon footprint Resources we waste What can you do? What do I waste? Greta Thunberg - what do you know about her? Greta’s message Greta’s speech (23rd September 2019) to the U.N. Gretas appearance in Alberta, Canada about Oil and Gas emissions. (18th October 2019) All slides are flattened which means you should be able to cut and paste images as a png into your IWB for annotation and discussion.
The Bog Baby - Book Study - Editable and PDF version
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The Bog Baby - Book Study - Editable and PDF version

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The Bog Baby is a well loved story about childhood. You will need to first purchase the book 'The Bog Baby by Jeanne Willis and illustrated by Gwen Millward'. A suggested site to purchase this is: https://www.amazon.com/Bog-Baby-Jeanne-Willis/dp/0375861769 KS1 - activities to encourage understanding and exploration of themes KS2 - As above but also philosophy for thinking - thinking deeper about the issues explored in the book (Trust / sisterhood / wild animals) * PDF and Editable version * Simple introduction to the Bog Baby - two key questions writing frame * Being safe - informing people when you go out alone or with a friend * Instructions for keeping a Bog Baby * What I know about the Bog Baby * The forest * Text to self * Text to world * Text to Text * Story events and corresponding consequences writing frame * Real love * If I had a Bog Baby * A letter to the Bog Baby - two writing frames * A letter to Mum - two writing frames * Character traits * Adjective hunt * Verb hunt - three writing frames * My Bog Baby * Comprehension writing frame - 4 pages * Vocabulary challenge * Bog Baby similes * Bog Baby flip booklet * Wild animals as pets flip booklet * Text connections * 40 pages This unit will be updated regularly
Non Chronological Reports - Penguins
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Non Chronological Reports - Penguins

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Product Description This growing unit contains what you will need to teach your students to write a non-chronological report. This pack addresses the National Curriculum standard for writing non-chronological reports. The lessons can be used as quick fillers or to supplement your whole lessons. They are written with EAL children in mind and have been used as such. - Easy to follow activities - A complete sample text which can be used as an example or as part of guided reading - A variety of writing frames and information pages to help you and your children model writing for your students. It will also assist any adult supporting small groups. - You students will be aiming to write an informational text based upon penguins. Included are suitable YouTube links but as always please watch beforehand to check suitability for your class. This pack focusses on delivering information in written form using description, non-chronological organisation and in depth research. After modelling for students, they will prepare for a report and learn the structure so that they can make the most of their information and create a well- rounded report. They will learn to choose suitable headings and arrange their topics into appropriate subheadings. ** New Activ Inspire presentation
Dinosaurs - Non-chronological Report Writing
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Dinosaurs - Non-chronological Report Writing

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Even with the exciting topic of dinosaurs - setting about capturing children's attention and getting them to write a good report can be tall order! Here is a resource which both challenges the upper ability and helps children who are emergent writers to achieve in class. An extensive bank of writing frames and activities for writing a non-chronological report on these prehistoric beasts. Useful for class projects or cross curricular links. It will supplement your unit of work. This pack includes a colourful poster set to put on your working wall or display. It will save you hours hopefully! The main pack includes: *Information on dinosaurs *Mini Flip book (differentiated) and varied * Detailed word mats - one with vocabulary / one blank * Writing frames for all aspects of writing a non-chronological report * Report writing posters *Question generator writing frames *Facts about the Brachiosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops and the Stegosaurus *Heading and subheading and topic planner *Non-chronological report planner - different versions *Themed notepaper *Report writing checklist *** Black and white version of all writing frames It can also be used as a base knowledge booster for the study of space / planets or a cross curricular link.
Silly Billy  By Anthony Browne Book Study
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Silly Billy By Anthony Browne Book Study

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A companion to your book study on the book “Silly Billy“ by Anthony Browne. Character exploration Billy‘s worries Advice for Billy Grandma and the worry dolls Book exploration What are worries? Text to self Text to text Text to world Matching texts Who says what Simile fun. PACK 2 More about the worry dolls Billy and his worries Exploring worries Looking at the illustrations Writing instructions about how to make a worry doll Key vocabulary grid Letter writing activities Book review template Cut out flip book template
Multiples
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Multiples

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Teaching multiples should be fun but sometimes it’s hard work for both teacher and student. Here is a comprehensive 20 slide presentation about multiples that can introduce or consolidate the understanding about what exactly is a multiple. Children are bombarded with lots of different vocabulary and this breaks down the concept in a very simple way. Tried and tested in the classroom - with bright and colourful characters to help children move on with their learning. Might help that dreaded lesson observation go a bit smoother! Images are presented on a powerpoint but each slide can be lifted as a whole png. image and can be uploaded onto interactive whiteboard programmes such as ActivBoard or Smart board for easy annotation and children’s engagement. All fonts are locked as well as images so nothing will be lost if you transfer it to your preferred method of presentation. Enjoy!
Castles - labelling
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Castles - labelling

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Need to teach an key lesson that shows the main parts of the castle and their function? What to generate discussion and help the children to reflect understand the different parts of the castle? This is a great single lesson that I have used with my class. No prep - ready to go with enough prompts to let you teach in your style. Additional worksheet activities to help children consolidate their learning. If you use an interactive white board you can life the png flattened images and import them into your IWB programme or write straight on the slides if you have this function. Other than that it also stands alone if you simply have a projector it can work with a traditional white board and pen accessory. Presentation Castles All about castles Naming the parts of the castle The moat The drawbridge The portcullis The keep The tower The bailey The barbican The arrow slit What have you learned so far Naming the parts of the castle Power point 5 worksheets to accompany the PPT
Winter Poetry Word Bank
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Winter Poetry Word Bank

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A comprehensive child centred word bank to help children write a poem about winter. Includes: * Technical words - this is a general word bank * Adjectives * Similes * Verbs * Connections (conjunctions and connectives) * American and British spellings (2 versions) Please look at the document before printing to save paper - one page is a credit page for font licenses. Original Artwork my own.
Water Pollution Flip Chart
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Water Pollution Flip Chart

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* Quick facts about the earth's water * Water pollution facts * Discussion with post-it notes *What do you think you can do to help? * How much water do you use? * What do we use water for every day? * Activ Board flip chart * Png images that can be inserted into a PowerPoint or Smart Notebook or dropped to iPads through an airserver. Worksheet activity about water pollution facts and action that can be taken.
Number bonds to 10 - Differentiated
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Number bonds to 10 - Differentiated

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Number bonds to 10 Consolidation work for children learning how to add to 10. *** 3 levels of worksheet *** Allows for different strategies such as counting circles or using tallies etc *** Clear format *** Clearly differentiated
Non-Chronological Report Writing - The Lion
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Non-Chronological Report Writing - The Lion

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Lions are a popular topic for children when writing a non-chronological report. Here I have provided materials that will help you to capture your children's attention. Here is a resource that both challenges the upper ability and helps children who are emergent writers to achieve in class. An extensive bank of writing frames and activities for writing a non-chronological report on these majestic animals. Useful for class projects or cross-curricular links. It will supplement your unit of work. Extra stand-alone writing frames and activities to fit in with your planning or extension or project work *** Updated November 2018 Ready to go writing frames This Pack includes: * Detailed 5 days worth of planning * Detailed information on the lion * Kid safe videos links provided for lions (for flip the classroom activities) * Pre input activities * Lions in the wild * Lions in captivity * Question cards * 'What if' questions to encourage discussion *Mini Flip books (differentiated) and varied * Detailed word mat - one with vocabulary / one blank * Writing frames for all aspects of writing a non-chronological report *Question generator writing frames *Facts about the lion – different approaches *Heading and subheading and topic planner *Non-chronological report planner - different versions *Step by step sub-heading planner *Themed writing paper for display or creative writing *Distributions of lions past and present * Original clip art for display or role-play *Report writing checklist * Pros and Cons – differentiated versions * Supports EAL * ICT linked activities using a range of programmes such as Skitch, Popplet etc It can also be used as a persuasive writing follow-on. Supports the following curriculum standards for Year 3: En3/3.4 Vocabulary, grammar & punctuation En3/3.3a Plan their writing by: discussing writing similar to that which they are planning to write in order to understand and learn from its structure, vocabulary and grammar discussing and recording ideas En3/3.3b Draft and write by: organising paragraphs around a theme using simple organisational devices En3/3.3c Evaluate and edit by: assessing the effectiveness of their own and others’ writing and suggesting improvements proposing changes to grammar and vocabulary to improve consistency, including the accurate use of pronouns in sentences En3/3.3d proofread for spelling and punctuation errors En3/3.3e read their own writing aloud, to a group or the whole class, using appropriate intonation and controlling the tone and volume so that the meaning is clear.
Book Study - Gorilla By Anthony Browne
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Book Study - Gorilla By Anthony Browne

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CONTENT: Activities related to Anthony Browne’s book Gorilla Character descriptions. Birthday plan – in both American and English spellings. Grammar investigation – verbs, nouns, adjectives. Character analysis Story response Gorilla by Anthony Browne ISBN-10: 0763673668
Non-chronological report writing - polar bears
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Non-chronological report writing - polar bears

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Even with the exciting topic of polar bears - setting about capturing children's attention and getting them to write a good report can be tall order! Here is a resource which both challenges the upper ability and helps children who are emergent writers to achieve in class. An extensive bank of writing frames and activities for writing a non-chronological report on these Arctic beasts. Useful for class projects or cross curricular links. It will supplement your unit of work. *** Updated 25th March 2017 It will save you hours hopefully! The main pack includes: *Information on the polar bear *Mini Flip book (differentiated) and varied * Detailed word mat - one with vocabulary / one blank * Writing frames for all aspects of writing a non-chronological report *Question generator writing frames *Facts about the polar bear. *Heading and subheading and topic planner *Non-chronological report planner - different versions *Step by step sub-heading planner *Themed notepaper *Report writing checklist It can also be used as a base knowledge booster for the study of the polar bear or a cross curricular link.
Rapunzel
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Rapunzel

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This is a growing pack about Rapunzel for KS1 * Original illustrations * Interactive foldable for both British and American English * Simple book analysis * Character exploration: Rapunzel The Prince The Witch * Adjective fun writing frame *Rapunzel story planner *8 Slide backgrounds for IWB *Themed handwriting sheets : Rapunzel, the prince, the witch *Analysing the story higher level (note writing frame)- characters, settings, problem, solution, vocabulary and message of the story *Singular and plural activity *Noun and pronoun activity * What Rapunzel likes activity * Boggle-like word game sheets *Witch, Rapunzel, the Prince writing frames *All about Rapunzel / the witch / the prince *Blank Writing frames * Key word Rapunzel writing frame
Places Of Worship - No prep lesson
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Places Of Worship - No prep lesson

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Need to teach an important lesson places of worship? Touching upon different religious places of worship and worshippers? Want to generate discussion and help the children to reflect make some connections with their own experiences? This is a great short lesson that I have used with my class. No prep - ready to go with enough prompts to let you teach in your style. Additional worksheet activities to help children consolidate their learning. Very colorful and engaging. If you use an interactive white board you can life the png. flattened images and import them into your IWB programme or write straight on the slides if you have this function. Other than that it also stands alone if you simply have a projector it can work with a traditional white board and pen accessory. Each slide has clear and colorful pictures of places of worship with enough information to accompany your teaching about places of worship. Slides can be switched around to suit your teaching style and denominations are acknowledged. Presentation: Places of worship Learning intentions Name this place Synagogue (temple) Judaism Name this place Roman Catholic church (Christianity) Name this place Shia Mosque (Islam) Name this place Sunni Mosque (Islam) Name this place Hindu Mandir (temple) Name this place Sikh Gurdwara Name this place Greek Orthodox church (Orthodox Christian) Name this place Baptist church (Christian) Name this place Buddhist temple Reflection Worksheet activities to accompany the lesson Complete table for places of worship Complete table for places of worship with word bank Places of worship flip books Places of worship cloze activity Cut out places of worship for free writing Places of worship cloze activity with word bank Places of worship writing activity.
The Elephant - Non Chronological Report Writing
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The Elephant - Non Chronological Report Writing

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Capturing children's attention and getting them to write a good report can be tall order! Here is a resource which both challenges the upper ability and helps children who are emergent writers to achieve in class. An extensive bank of writing frames and activities for writing a non-chronological report on elephants. Useful for class projects. This pack includes: * A report writing checklist * Information about the elephant sheet by sheet * An elephant booklet * Facts about the elephant to inspire quick sentence writing * Elephants and their young * The elephant's diet information sheet * Elephant: heading and subheading planning flip booklet * Elephant fact planner *The Asian and African elephant introductory information planner * Asian and African - facts galore! * Blank Asian and African fact collector -for student use * The elephant - description, diet, habitat, behaviour info * Elephant report writing full word made : Technical vocabulary, similes, connections, verbs and adjectives to help children write * Blank elephant word mat *What makes a good report check cards * My plan writing frame * A start to my plan writing frame * Elephant questions * What if writing frame * Title writing frame help * Headings writing frame help * Topic support writing frame * The majestic elephant - writing a report support * Evidence planner and writing frame with checklist for guidance * Report planner with guidance * Elephants in captivity activity * What do I know about the elephant? * Let's take notes - main subject, sub-topic * Report prompts * Help with general information * Using evidence / diagrams or photos / vocab and examples of writing in the third person * Elephants in the wild - pros or cons * How to paraphrase step by step 3 writing frames with PPT to accompany * Flip books : Elephant diet Elephant * A start to my plan * Writing plan flip booklet * Extra flaps for confident writers * Word bank research writing frame * All about elephants research writing frame 2 * Writing sentences - just go go go ! * The elephant - sources of information * Why am I writing about elephants? * Subheadings and following paragraphs * Elephant fact challenge and answer key * The elephant writing paper for display * Planning your report * Providing evidence * Text based evidence * The Asian elephant - organising your information * The African elephant - organising your information * Question cards for small group work There should be something for everything. If you would like me to add anything else please get in touch. Enjoy!
Non-chronological report writing - the tiger
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Non-chronological report writing - the tiger

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Capturing children's attention and getting them to write a good report can be tall order! Here is a resource which both challenges the upper ability and helps children who are emergent writers to achieve in class. An extensive bank of writing frames and activities for writing a non-chronological report on tigers. Useful for class projects. I will supplement your unit of work. This pack includes a colourful poster set to put on your working wall or display. It will save you hours hopefully! American English and British English versions where appropriate. 60 pages of writing frames and activities, including a supporting PowerPoint presentation *** Tigers living in captivity *** Tigers in the wild *** Pros and cons planning sheet - three different questions *** Planning sheet for Tigers *** Full colour photos ***** Just added smartboard / powerpoint etc friendly clipart to use on your interactive whiteboard when teaching this subject. The main pack includes: *Information on the tiger *Mini Flip book (differentiated) *Question cards * Detailed word mats - one with vocabulary / one blank * Writing frames for all aspects of writing a non-chronological report * Report writing posters *Question generator writing frames *Facts about the tiger *Heading and subheading initial planner *Non-chronological report planner - different versions *Step by step sub-heading planner *Themed notepaper *Report writing checklist in both British and American English Versions *Differentiated information sheets for children who have English as an Additional Language. *True or false quiz *Question sheet to help plan for report *65 pages *This pack is updated on a regular basis.
Endangered Animals
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Endangered Animals

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Product Description Need to teach an important lesson on the human impact on endangered animals? This touches upon endangered animals, what our direct and indirect contributions are and how we can make it worse or better. Want to generate discussion and help the children to reflect and make some changes? This is a great short lesson that I have used with my class. No prep - ready to go with enough prompts to let you teach in your style. Additional worksheet activities to help children consolidate their learning. If you use an interactive white board you can life the png flattened images and import them into your IWB programme or write straight on the slides if you have this function. Other than that it also stands alone if you simply have a projector it can work with a traditional white board and pen accessory. Presentation: Endangered species Endangered species / animals examples Why are animals endangered? What endangered animals do you know? How is it possible? Fact harvest about endangered animals Discussion prompts Negative human impact on the survival of animals Animal focus How to find out information Setting out your work - class discussion Consequences of not looking after our animals Extinct animals Activity 1 Reflection 4 Worksheets to accompany the lesson
Howard Carter
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Howard Carter

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A comprehensive detailed pack about Howard Carter, his life and discoveries. Fully detailed flip chart Biography Facts True or false ( 2 versions) Howard Carter’s life time line Planning an expedition What is an archaeologist? Opening the tomb! The Valley of the kings Howard Carter quote ACTIVITIES True or false Howard Carter diary Sealing the tomb *Opening the tomb Howard Carter’s time line PNG images of each presentation page that can be inserted into a Smart notebook or a PowerPoint presentation. *** Free extra slide show of images from the tomb
Non-Chronological Report Space
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Non-Chronological Report Space

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Over 70 pages of Non-chronological report writing support. Supports your unit planning. Great to get children who are fascinated in outer space engaged in writing. I do not include lesson plans as there is a variety of resources that can fit in with your unit plans and as I have used this in British and international school, curriculums vary. ** Extra writing planning sheets included Now include extra flip book and info sheet. Capturing children's attention and getting them to write a good report can be tall order! Here is a resource which both challenges the upper ability and helps children who are emergent writers to achieve in class. An extensive bank of writing frames and activities for writing a non-chronological report on space. Useful for class projects or cross curricular links. It will supplement your unit of work. This pack includes a colourful poster set to put on your working wall or display. It will save you hours hopefully! The main pack includes: *Information on the planets *Mini Flip book (differentiated) and varied * Detailed word mats - one with vocabulary / one blank * Writing frames for all aspects of writing a non-chronological report * Report writing posters *Question generator writing frames *Facts about the all of the planets *Heading and subheading and topic planner *Non-chronological report planner - different versions *Step by step sub-heading planner *Themed notepaper *Report writing checklist It can also be used as a base knowledge booster for the study of space / planets or a cross curricular link. ** 2 packs 61 pages