KS1 Sorting 2D shapes (differentiated)

KS1 Sorting 2D shapes (differentiated)

Great differentiated resource where children need to sort shapes based on criteria. - Lower Ability (sort by two criteria in a table) - Middle Ability (sort using a Venn Diagram) - Higher Ability (sort using a Carroll Diagram)
MissMarple30
Fractions and Division Year 6

Fractions and Division Year 6

A series of Maths lessons and activities explaining and linking fractions and division. There is a range of instruction, teaching, partner practice activities and reasoning problems for children to solve. I used these with my Year 6 class this year and they worked well!
MissMarple30
Floodlands KS2

Floodlands KS2

Character description for William, with build up work for how to write using expanded noun phrases, followed by a modelled example of a character description. Also includes some lead up work to describing a setting and writing an alternative ending for the book 'Floodlands'.
MissMarple30
Wind in the Willows Author Study and English teaching sequence KS2

Wind in the Willows Author Study and English teaching sequence KS2

A series of lessons that follow the Talk for Writing model. (Picture mapping, changing characters etc) based on Wind in the Willows. Includes: Author Study on Kenneth Grahame. Boxing up sheet for picture mapping. Examples of character description (Changing character of Toad) Series of lessons for persuasive writing (Should Toad go to prison). Including examples of writing for and against. Tried and tested for use over a period of three weeks of English lessons.
MissMarple30
KS2 Discussion text notebook and activities.

KS2 Discussion text notebook and activities.

Examples and activities for a build up to writing a discussion text in KS2. The page does show incorrect uses of colons and semi colons which the children then need to correct (spoof assessment). The orange boxes below each hide the correct sentences, which show how the sentences should have been written using conjunctions. This has been edited so that it is clear where the punctuation is deliberately incorrect following feedback on TES. There are also correct examples of how to use colons, semi colons and conjunctions as well as planning pages for a fair trade discussion text.
MissMarple30
Non Chronological report on sugar.

Non Chronological report on sugar.

A cross curricular English, Science and PSHE lesson for KS2. Includes a notebook file with an introduction, information and video links about sugar. Also includes a fact sheet on sugar and a success criteria sheet for non chronological reports. The notebook file is for a whole lesson or could be split into two lessons - one for facts on sugar and one for writing a non chronological report. There is a slide with a spoof assessment for grammar and punctuation needed for Year 6 and correct answers hidden below to support children with their writing.
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Willy the Wizard

Willy the Wizard

Whole school book focus on Willy the Wizard. Includes lesson plan/teaching ideas for every year group from Early Years to Year 6 based around Willy the Wizard by Antony Browne. Also includes notebook file with the story and some worksheets and teaching resources for EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Also includes comprehension questions around the book.
MissMarple30
KS1 Sorting 2D shapes (differentiated)

KS1 Sorting 2D shapes (differentiated)

Great differentiated resource where children need to sort shapes based on criteria. - Lower Ability (sort by two criteria in a table) - Middle Ability (sort using a Venn Diagram) - Higher Ability (sort using a Carroll Diagram)
MissMarple30
KS1 Subtraction on a number line

KS1 Subtraction on a number line

Differentiated (two ways) activity sheets/worksheets to be used in conjunction with a classroom/desk number line. Lower ability - simpler calculations. Blank number line present to help children calculate. Middle/High ability - harder calculations. Blank number line present to help children calculate.
MissMarple30
KS1 2D Shape Hunt (differentiated)

KS1 2D Shape Hunt (differentiated)

A great, fun activity for the whole class. Three differentiated sheets where the children will need to walk around their classroom or the school, looking for objects that match the shapes on their sheets. - Lower Ability (Names and a picture of the shape for reference - easier shapes) - Middle Ability (Names and a picture of the shape for reference - more shapes, harder) - High Ability (just the names of some shapes and space for them to add their own)
MissMarple30