# Nickky's Shop

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#### Robin Hood's Angles

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This colourful and attractive powerpoint uses Robin Hood to demonstrate right angles. Robin shoots his right angled arrow to see if various angles are right angles.

#### Magical Money

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This spell binding powerpoint using a wizard as a hook for a lesson about converting money from pounds to pence and vice versa and involves solving money problems.

#### Treasure Island Co-ordinates

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This colourful and bright powerpoint demonstrates how to find co-ordinates in a fun way using a treasure island map.

#### Froggy Multiplication

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This colourful powerpoint uses the theme of a frog to demonstrate multiplying numbers.

#### Monkey Division

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This fun powerpoint uses a family of monkeys to demonstrate dividing by sharing our their bananas.

#### Co-ordinate Shapes

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This colourful and attractive powerpoint gives the children some co-ordinates and a grid and they have to work out which shapes it will make if they plot the co-ordinates correctly.

#### Measurement Mix Up

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This attractive powerpoint is based on a dog who doesn't know which units to use to measure his various problems. Can the children help him use the correct units of measurement?

#### Commander Compass

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Commander Compass is a great colourful powerpoint which demonstrates the angles in whole turn, half turn and quarter turn. The helicopter flies in and instructions are given as to which direction and size of turn it takes and the children have to work out which direction the helicopter will leave in

#### Find the difference!

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A colourful one page powerpoint where children can choose numbers to find the difference. A great mental starter!

#### Cheesey Degrees

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This colourful powerpoint uses mice and cheese to demonstrate degrees and angles in a circle.

#### Anglo-Saxon Lessons

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I have written seven lesson plans, active inspire presentations, knowledge organiser, quiz and essay plan for the Anglo-Saxons history topic. The knowledge the children got from these lessons was incredible and the essays were awesome

#### Whole School Computing Skills Progression

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This resources maps out the computing skills from EYFS to Year 6