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Hey there! Here you'll find printable resources for primary-aged students in Writing, Reading, Maths, PE & Health and Start of Term!

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Hey there! Here you'll find printable resources for primary-aged students in Writing, Reading, Maths, PE & Health and Start of Term!
Biography Template
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Biography Template

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A blank biography writing template for students to record their research information. Get your students to don their interviewer hats and create bios on each other or, if they have access to texts or the internet, get them researching famous people from a topic you’re studying! Categories include: Background, key life events, achievements, interesting facts and key quote. NEW RELATED RESOURCE: Biography Booklets for Years 1-8! Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Fact File Template
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Fact File Template

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After reading a non-fiction text or watching an informative video, get your students to pull out 3 key pieces of information and record them in their own words. Includes lesson aim (WALT select and record facts), Success Criteria and Key Words as well as a Fast Finisher task. Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Identifying Features of Non-Fiction Texts
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Identifying Features of Non-Fiction Texts

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After you’ve looked at non-fiction text features, see if your students can identify examples of the text features independently. Grab an appropriate level non-fiction text and get started! Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Food Diary Template
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Food Diary Template

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Let’s admit it, we probably need to use this as much as the kids. Get your students thinking about what they’re actually eating each week! Are they eating a balanced diet? Could they choose a new food or recipe to try next week? (ask mum or dad first!). Are vegetables mysteriously missing off their meals in the weekends? This printable worksheet can be used to support learning about diet in Health lessons and also give students an awareness and ownership of their own eating habits. Makes for an easy homework task or quiet activity to settle students at the beginning of the school day. Now, tuck in! Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Writing Instructions - How to Play a Game Template
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Writing Instructions - How to Play a Game Template

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Can’t get outside for PE because the heavens opened up moments before your lesson was due to start? How about some cross-curricular work instead? Get your students to create their own game - complete with a comprehensive equipment list! Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Success Criteria for Biography Writing
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Success Criteria for Biography Writing

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Studying famous figures or incredible people in the community? Get your students writing biographies full of facts and anecdotes! Want to get to know your students that much better? Get them to craft autobiographies all about them! NEW RELATED RESOURCE: Biography Booklets for Years 1-8! This pack includes: Child-speak success criteria for biography and autobiography writing Differentiated sets of success criteria with three levels of challenge Display posters with WALTs and success criteria Mini success criteria for students to stick into books Editable text fields so you can customise to suit your learners When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a pdf which has a link to give you access to a Google Drive folder with: A 26-page Google Slides presentation with editable success criteria (+ pdf version) A 2-page Google Doc with full list of differentiated success criteria (+ pdf version) This resource can be used to assist with planning as it outlines text features of biography and autobiography writing to be covered in lessons and provides progression options for learners of different abilities. It does not provide additional materials e.g. explanatory slides, exemplars or lesson plans. Students would benefit from whole class/small group modelling of how to use success criteria before attempting to use the success criteria independently. There are 3 levels of differentiation for some resources. The easiest level is suitable for Year 2 students (age 6), the mid level is suitable for Year 3-4 (aged 7-8), and the high level is suitable for Year 5-6 (ages 8-10+). Ready to start teaching biography writing? Here’s a helpful planning template for your students to record their information on: Biography Template Looking for other writing resources? Check out these sets: Success Criteria for Recount Writing Success Criteria for Narrative Writing Success Criteria for Letter Writing Success Criteria for Persuasive Writing Success Criteria for Instruction Writing Success Criteria for Explanation Writing Success Criteria for Descriptive Writing Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Free Writing Frames
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Free Writing Frames

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Need a writing frame for an assessment or piece of published writing? This 12-page resource includes 3 blank writing frame templates; narrow lines and picture box, wide lines and picture box, and full page narrow lines. Bonus: Also includes a diary writing template, summer-themed borders and heart borders, perfect for Valentine’s Day letters! Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Free worksheet for multiplying fractions
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Free worksheet for multiplying fractions

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Searching around for a free fractions multiplication worksheet? Here ya go! This printable worksheet has 10 questions and comes in A5 size so you can print off 2 copies per page for your students - hooray for your printing budget! There is also an answer sheet for you to conserve a little bit of brain power or set your students up for easy self-marking. If you find it useful, leave a comment and let me know what fractions resources you want to see next! Looking for more fractions resources? Check out my other fractions resources on at the minute teaching on Tes: Worksheets on Adding & Subtracting Fractions Worksheets on Multiplying & Dividing Fractions Fractions of an Amount Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Biography Booklets for Years 1-8
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Biography Booklets for Years 1-8

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Ready to dive into Biography Writing with your students? My students LOVE making little books (often for comics) so I figured why not turn Biography Writing into booklet form too?! I’ve created several versions to help you differentiate for students of varying writing abilities. When you download this, have a scroll through to pick out what’ll work best for your students! This resource contains 97 pages with multiple versions: Year 1-2 booklet (8 pages x4 versions with sentence starter prompts) Year 3-4 booklet (8 pages x2 versions) Year 5-6 booklet (10 pages x1 version) Year 7-8 booklet (12 pages x2 versions) *Product last updated 27/06/23 (removal of square bordering and update of some fonts) Biography Writing is great fun in that students get the opportunity to research a significant person of interest or influence. The trouble is that Biography Writing tends to get quite research-heavy. That’s why it’s important to make the recording of facts and writing up of information fun and achievable! Using booklets gives students ownership of their writing and chunks the task into manageable bite-sized sections. And of course, the chance to colour in and add illustrations! You can even turn it into a group project by divvying up the pages amongst group members before securing them together into a full booklet! I recommend printing out two pages per A4 sheet to make A5-sized booklets. Trim off any excess paper around the border before stapling or hole-punching and securing the pages together. Let me know how your students get on with it! Happy writing! If you’re after a biography planning template, check this out or if you’re looking for success criteria for biography writing have a look at this! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough ❤ If you found this resource helpful, leave a review and star rating on the product page!
Writing Graphic Organisers
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Writing Graphic Organisers

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Take a seat Hamburger Planners…say hello to a new range of graphic organizers! These printable planning templates are perfect for both teacher modelling and student recording in the pre-writing stage of the writing process! Not to mention, each design is different because no writing genre is the same, right? So why wouldn’t we reflect that in our planning? This 64-page resource contains a range of single page planning sheets with prompts and recording space. The planning sheets are designed to be used for students in Year 3-6 but knowing my past students, these would still be great fits for both my Year 2 and Year 7 students and I would just alter my expectation around detail, vocabulary, number of paragraphs etc to suit varying abilities. This resource comes in both colour and grayscale versions for the following Writing genres: Narrative (1) Recount (1) Information Report (1) Explanation (3) Biography (1) Letter (1) Persuasive (2) Descriptive (3 - Character, Setting, Object) Instructions (1) It is part of a new line of teaching resources I’m working on called PLAN IT WRITE IT IMPROVE IT and for a limited time, ALSO includes the writing frames which correspond with each of the planning sheets! Planning a piece of writing is one of my favourite things to do - generating ideas and vocabulary…seeing the seeds of a great piece of writing sprouting in front of my eyes…ooh it gets me excited! But I know that it is the stage of the writing process that a lot of students struggle with so I want to do the best I can to make it as easy and inspiring as I can. 64 pages, printable PDF Happy planning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Success Criteria for Letter Writing
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Success Criteria for Letter Writing

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Oh the warm fuzzies of receiving a thoughtful note! Oh the struggle of carefully wording a formal complaint! Letter writing is an important skill for our students to learn so let’s give them the tools to do it well! This pack includes: Child-speak success criteria for formal, informal and persuasive letter writing +BONUS: How to compose an email! Differentiated sets of success criteria with three levels of challenge Display posters with WALTs and success criteria Mini success criteria for students to stick into books Editable text fields so you can customise to suit your learners Link to a Google Doc with full editable success criteria When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a pdf which has a link to give you access to a Google Drive folder with: A 51-page Google Slides presentation with editable success criteria (+ pdf version) A 4-page Google Doc with full list of differentiated success criteria (+ pdf version) This resource can be used to assist with planning as it outlines text features of letter writing to be covered in lessons and provides progression options for learners of different abilities. It does not provide additional materials e.g. explanatory slides, exemplars or lesson plans for letter writing. Students would benefit from whole class/small group modelling of how to use success criteria before attempting to use the success criteria independently. There are 3 levels of differentiation for some resources. The easiest level is suitable for Year 1/2 students (aged 5-6), the mid level is suitable for Year 2/3 (aged 6-7), and the high level is suitable for Year 3/4/5 (ages 7-9+). Looking for other writing resources? Check out these sets: Success Criteria for Recount Writing Success Criteria for Narrative Writing Success Criteria for Persuasive Writing Success Criteria for Instruction Writing Success Criteria for Explanation Writing Success Criteria for Descriptive Writing Success Criteria for Biography Writing Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Success Criteria for Report Writing
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Success Criteria for Report Writing

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Are your students ready to share all of the interesting facts they’ve learnt? Step right up and roll out the non-chronological reports! Take a fascinating topic, a handful of categorised information and a diagram or two, then you’re on the road to success! This pack includes: Child-speak success criteria for non-chronological report writing Differentiated sets of success criteria with three levels of challenge Display posters with WALT and success criteria Mini success criteria for students to stick into books Editable text fields so you can customise to suit your learners Link to a Google Doc with full editable success criteria When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a pdf which has a link to give you access to a Google Drive folder with: A 16-page Google Slides presentation with editable success criteria (+ pdf version) A 1-page Google Doc with full list of differentiated success criteria (+ pdf version)** This resource can be used to assist with planning as it outlines text features of report writing to be covered in lessons and provides progression options for learners of different abilities. It does not provide additional materials e.g. explanatory slides, exemplars or lesson plans for descriptive writing. Students would benefit from whole class/small group modelling of how to use success criteria before attempting to use the success criteria independently. There are 3 levels of differentiation for some resources. The easiest level is suitable for Year 1/2 students (aged 5-6), the mid level is suitable for Year 2/3 (aged 6-7), and the high level is suitable for Year 4/5/6 (ages 8-10). Looking for other writing resources? Check out these sets: Success Criteria for Recount Writing Success Criteria for Narrative Writing Success Criteria for Letter Writing Success Criteria for Persuasive Writing Success Criteria for Instruction Writing Success Criteria for Explanation Writing Success Criteria for Descriptive Writing Success Criteria for Biography Writing Happy writing! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Success Criteria for Descriptive Writing
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Success Criteria for Descriptive Writing

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Simply overloading a sentence with adjectives doesn’t make it a quality piece of descriptive writing, right? Help your students to craft amazing descriptions in your next Writing lesson with these child-speak success criteria! This pack includes: Child-speak success criteria for setting, character and object descriptions Differentiated sets of success criteria with three levels of challenge Display posters with WALT and success criteria Mini success criteria for students to stick into books Editable text fields so you can customise to suit your learners Link to a Google Doc with full editable success criteria When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a pdf which has a link to give you access to a Google Drive folder with: A 40-page Google Slides presentation with editable success criteria (+ pdf version) A 3-page Google Doc with full list of differentiated success criteria (+ pdf version) This resource can be used to assist with planning as it outlines text features of descriptive writing to be covered in lessons and provides progression options for learners of different abilities. It does not provide additional materials e.g. explanatory slides, exemplars or lesson plans for descriptive writing. Students would benefit from whole class/small group modelling of how to use success criteria before attempting to use the success criteria independently. There are 3 levels of differentiation for some resources. The easiest level is suitable for Year 1/2 students (aged 5-6), the mid level is suitable for Year 2/3 (aged 6-7), and the high level is suitable for Year 3/4/5 (ages 7-9+). Looking for other writing resources? Check out these sets: Success Criteria for Recount Writing Success Criteria for Narrative Writing Success Criteria for Letter Writing Success Criteria for Persuasive Writing Success Criteria for Instruction Writing Success Criteria for Explanation Writing Success Criteria for Biography Writing Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Year 2 Proofreading Practice
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Year 2 Proofreading Practice

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You can never do enough proofreading practice; no matter how many times you remind your students to use a capital letter at the beginning of each sentence, they ALWAYS seem to forget! Practise practise practise! This worksheet has three passages with spelling and punctuation mistakes to correct. Includes WALT, Success Criteria and Key Words. Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Comic Strip Templates
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Comic Strip Templates

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WHOOSH! WHIZ! BANG! What’s more fun than creating your own superheroes to fight evil and save the world?! PDF includes 3 different templates - choose your preferred weapon! Bonus: Storyboard Templates! Once upon a time they lived happily ever after. Okay, well hopefully your students’ creations come out a bit more developed than that! Use these storyboard templates for retelling known stories, sequencing events and creating original narratives! Comes in 2 versions: Blank and with a space for captions. Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Success Criteria for Narrative Writing
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Success Criteria for Narrative Writing

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What makes a great story? We all have our favourite stories that we could read over and over. Equip your students with the tools to create their own stellar narrative stories too! Whether your students are retelling a fairytale or writing an action-packed adventure story, these success criteria will support them with following a narrative structure and developing their plot and characters. This resource includes: Child-speak success criteria for narrative writing, including sets of success criteria for character development, beginning, middle, and endings of narrative stories Differentiated sets of success criteria with three levels of challenge Display posters with WALTs and success criteria Mini success criteria for students to stick into books Editable text fields so you can customise to suit your learners Link to a Google Doc with full editable success criteria When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a pdf which has a link to give you access to a Google Drive folder with: A 41-page Google Slides presentation with editable success criteria (+ pdf version) A 3-page Google Doc with full list of differentiated success criteria (+ pdf version) This resource can be used to assist with planning as it outlines text features of recount writing to be covered in lessons and provides progression options for learners of different abilities. It does not provide additional materials e.g. explanatory slides, exemplars or lesson plans for recount writing. Students would benefit from whole class/small group modelling of how to use success criteria before attempting to use the success criteria independently. There are 3 levels of differentiation for some resources. The easiest level is suitable for Year 1/2 students (aged 5-6), the mid level is suitable for Year 2/3 (aged 6-7), and the high level is suitable for Year 3/4/5 (ages 7-9+). Looking for other writing resources? Check out these sets: Success Criteria for Recount Writing Success Criteria for Persuasive Writing Success Criteria for Descriptive Writing Happy writing! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Year 2 Maths Worksheets
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Year 2 Maths Worksheets

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A collection of printable Year 2 Maths worksheets, some including learning intentions and success criteria. This pack includes: Basic facts tests Addition to 10 (scored out of 50) Addition to 20 Subtraction up to 20 Multiplication 2s, 5s & 10s Multiplication up to 12x (scored out of 100) Skip counting multiplication So you’ve laid the groundwork by introducing multiplication with materials, your students have done lots of practice and get the concept - now, you just need a worksheet to consolidate what that mysterious ‘x’ symbol means…ta da! Finding quarters with equal sharing Don’t you just hate it when you do all this work with materials and then don’t have a follow-up worksheet which matches what you did? Students can reinforce materials learning by sharing out counters and then show their understanding with a couple of word problems. Finding one quarter by finding half and half again Have your students mastered finding quarters using materials? Test their mental maths skills with the handy trick of finding half and half again! Survey recording sheet Get your students conducting their own statistical investigations with this ready-to-go worksheet. Blank bar graph Sick of wonky lines and missing axis labels on your students’ graphs? Get them on track with this blank bar graph template! Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Year 2 Improving Sentences Task
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Year 2 Improving Sentences Task

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Take a drab sentence and add some sparkle! Challenge students to rewrite the given sentences to make them more interesting! Add an adjective, switch up the sentence starter or extend the sentence! Appropriate for Year 2/ 6 year olds. Happy teaching & learning! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And knows they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Proofreading & Editing Cards
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Proofreading & Editing Cards

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Say goodbye to constant reminders about full stops and capital letters and say hello to student-led improvements with these proofreading and editing cards! These differentiated cards are carefully crafted to suit various writing genres, ensuring that while success criteria may change, the core elements of effective writing remain consistent. With this resource, students can take charge of their own writing by engaging in the essential steps of proofreading and editing (aka “re-crafting”). Encouraging independent checking and enhancing their written work not only cultivates valuable skills but also saves us precious time and preserves our teacher sanity during lessons! Check out the different versions available within this resource to discover the perfect fit for each of your learners. You’ll find: 6x versions of proofreading cards 6x versions of editing/re-crafting cards (choose your preferred option) These versatile cards transcend specific genres, making them ideal for narratives, descriptions, recounts, and beyond! All that’s left to do now is print, cut and laminate. Bring on those literary masterpieces! 18 pages, pdf Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching
Free Lesson Planning Templates
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Free Lesson Planning Templates

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Are you ready to smash out your planning? Grab these free lesson planning templates so you can get back to what’s really important: Creating your next inspiring lesson for your students! This resource comes as 24-page PDF document with a link to Google Docs for the editable version. Inside you’ll find the following editable lesson plan templates: Stand-alone lesson plan Weekly plan (one subject) Tumble Weekly timetable (all subjects) Unit plan Term overview BONUS: Drag ‘n’ drop timetable builder! Enjoy! Be purposeful teachers Who are in control Feel inspired And know they’ve done enough. ☆ If you found this product helpful, please leave a review below! @attheminute.teaching