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All of the resources I have uploaded have been made by myself, and I have used them throughout my teaching career. I wanted to share my ideas with others and hopefully allow busy teachers to save time by accessing free, easy to use and useful resources.

All of the resources I have uploaded have been made by myself, and I have used them throughout my teaching career. I wanted to share my ideas with others and hopefully allow busy teachers to save time by accessing free, easy to use and useful resources.
Rounding to the nearest 10 board game
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Rounding to the nearest 10 board game

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Simple rounding game for KS1 children to play in groups. Cut the numbers into flashcards and laminate the first page. Children then take it in turns to choose a number, round the number to the nearest 10 then cross out the answer on the sheet.
Money game KS1
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Money game KS1

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A money game for children in KS1. Children have to use purses and wallets from the classroom to "scoop" out the coins, count the total, draw the coins on the answer sheet and record the total.
KS1  Maths assessment
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KS1 Maths assessment

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Pitched at a Year 3 level, this Maths assessment covers the entirety of the Year 3 curriculum and offers an easy to follow marking scheme. Also great for school entrance exams revision.
Iron Man resources
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Iron Man resources

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2 extracts from "The Iron Man" by Ted Hughes, which can be used for guided reading or comprehension. Also attached is a prediction sheet, where children need to make sensible guesses as to who the Iron Man is before reading on.
Common word game  - "BANG!"
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Common word game - "BANG!"

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A great game for revising common words. Cut words and put into a box. Children take it in turns to choose and read a word. If they can read it correctly, it's there's! However - if a child chooses "BANG!", all their words must go back into the box.
Handwriting game - letter formation and spelling practise rolled into one!
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Handwriting game - letter formation and spelling practise rolled into one!

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Two children roll a dice, and write the letter or word that corresponds to the number rolled. (Usually written on a whiteboard by teachers) The children "race" to see who can get to the top of their ladder first, and the teacher decides the winner based on the best letter formation and presentation. Also included are phonics flashcards which children can use.
Common word game - "One breath box!"
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Common word game - "One breath box!"

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A list of common words - put into a box and encourage children to choose one list. Can they say all of the words in the list with just one breath!? To incorporate Maths into the game, ask a partner to time the student to see how long it takes them to read the words on the list.
Pirate topic resources
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Pirate topic resources

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A range of resources suitable for teaching a pirate topic. Includes: - Letter from Captain Hook to children - Matching "pirate phrases" to their definitions - A checklist of things needed to be a pirate - A pirate application form - A template for shark fact file - A template for writing recipe for "Splice the Mainbrace" drink
Tricky word car park game
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Tricky word car park game

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Spelling game. Write tricky words in the car parking spaces and ask students to use toy cards to "park" their cars in the words. Once the car is covering the word, can your students spell the words?
Polar bear topic work
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Polar bear topic work

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Four resources for a topic on polar bears - ties in nicely with a topic on Antarctica 1. Display sign for reports on polar bears 2. Template for note taking 3. Writing frame for report writing 4. Game encouraging children to identify the difference between facts and opinions
Syllable game - "Oh no!"
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Syllable game - "Oh no!"

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Resource for counting syllables. Also good for students with speech and language difficulties. Cut the words into strips. Children take it in turns to pick a word then clap out how many syllables are in the word. If correct, they get to keep the strip. If a child pulls out the strip "Oh no!", all strips must go back into the middle.