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Welcome to the Online Teaching Resources TES shop. Here you'll find hundreds of KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4 teaching resources in the form of editable PowerPoints and worksheets for English, Maths, Science and History. All materials are made with the UK National Curriculum in mind and have been created to engage and enthuse learners. You can find out more and access hundreds more brilliant resources at our websites www.Teacher-of-Primary.com and www.Teacher-of-English.com.

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Welcome to the Online Teaching Resources TES shop. Here you'll find hundreds of KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4 teaching resources in the form of editable PowerPoints and worksheets for English, Maths, Science and History. All materials are made with the UK National Curriculum in mind and have been created to engage and enthuse learners. You can find out more and access hundreds more brilliant resources at our websites www.Teacher-of-Primary.com and www.Teacher-of-English.com.
Christmas Dingbats
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Christmas Dingbats

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Christmas Dingbats (27-slide PowerPoint activity) Christmas Dingbats provides twenty more delightful dingbats – all with a special Christmas theme and 2 accompanying worksheets. As well as a fun end of term activity, Christmas Dingbats provides a great way of developing deduction skills and focusing on the importance of words. Christmas Dingbats is lots of fun as a starter or plenary activity and all slides are fully editable.
The Big 2023 Christmas Quiz for KS2
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The Big 2023 Christmas Quiz for KS2

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The Big 2023 Christmas Quiz for KS2 Our annual KS2 Christmas quiz is back for 2023. Ideal for the end of term, it’s made up of eight rounds that cover Secret Santa, music, film, the year 2023, anagrams, Christmas and a lot more - click on the images for a full preview. The resource comes with a 108-slide PowerPoint (including the quiz questions and answers) and PDF answer sheets for each round. The resource contains everything you need to carry out the quiz and has been carefully pitched so that the questions are targeted at Yr3 - Yr 6 children.
Subordinating Conjunctions - Year 2
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Subordinating Conjunctions - Year 2

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Subordinating Conjunctions - Year 2 In this English grammar teaching resource, pupils practise using the subordinating conjunctions ‘when’, ‘if’, ‘that’ or ‘because’ as per the curriculum objective of the Year 2 programme of study (Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation). This engaging and animated PowerPoint lesson includes: A conjunctions recap Link to a short introductory video An introduction to the conjunctions ‘when’, ‘if’, ‘that’ or ‘because’ 6 conjunction activities with 2 accompanying worksheets 3 differentiated worksheets with answers As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘Subordinating Conjunctions - Year 2’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below to see similar resources: Co-ordinating Conjunctions - Year 2
Contractions - Year 2
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Contractions - Year 2

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Contractions - Year 2 'Contractions - Year 2’ introduces pupils to apostrophes for contracted forms as per the curriculum objectives of the Year 2 English programme of study - Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. This engaging PowerPoint lesson includes class activities with an accompanying worksheet for children to use during the lesson. It contains 3 further differentiated worksheets to reinforce and consolidate the children’s learning. Content includes: What are contractions explanation What are apostrophes explanation Class activities with an accompanying worksheet with answers 3 differentiated worksheets with answers ‘Contractions - Year 2’ can be edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource if needed to suit each class they teach. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below for similar resources: Possessive Apostrophes Using the Apostrophe Apostrophes to Mark Plural Possession
Question Marks - Year 1
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Question Marks - Year 1

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Question Marks - Year 1 'Question Marks - Year 1’ introduces pupils to question marks as per the curriculum objectives of the Year 1 English programme of study - Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. It is a colouful and engaging English teaching resource that uses the example words from the Year 1 English - Appendix 1- Spelling. Content includes: What are questions explanation What is a question mark explanation Identify the question activity What could the question be activity What are question words explanation Add the correct question word activity Has the correct question word been used activity Choose the correct punctuation mark activity Write the question from the given words activity Identify the question activity Ask the Gingerbread Man activity All the above activities are included on 2 worksheets for children to use during the lesson 3 differentiated worksheets with answers ‘Question Marks - Year 1’ can be edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource if needed to suit each class they teach. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below for similar resources: Questions and Question Marks - KS1 Question Marks - KS3
The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6
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The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6

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The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6 Upper KS2 English Teaching Resource In ‘The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6’ pupils learn about subjunctive forms and how they are used in formal writing as per the objectives of the Year 5 and 6 programme of study. This engaging and animated PowerPoint lesson includes: Subjunctive forms explanation How subjunctive forms are used in writing 4 subjunctive forms activities with 2 accompanying worksheets Links to a subjunctive forms video and quiz As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘The Subjunctive Form - Year 5 and 6’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required.
Possessive Apostrophes - Year 2
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Possessive Apostrophes - Year 2

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Possessive Apostrophes - Year 2 'Possessive Apostrophes - Year 2’ introduces pupils to apostrophes to mark singular possession as per the curriculum objectives of the Year 2 English programme of study - Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. This engaging PowerPoint lesson includes class activities with accompanying worksheets for children to use during the lesson. It contains 3 further differentiated worksheets to reinforce and consolidate the children’s learning. Content includes: What is a possession explanation What are possessive apostrophes explanation Class activities with accompanying worksheets with answers 3 differentiated worksheets with answers ‘Possessive Apostrophes - Year 2’ can be edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource if needed to suit each class they teach. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below for similar resources: Apostrophes to Mark Plural Possession - Year 3/4 Using the Apostrophe
Noughts and Crosses - KS3 Unit of Work
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Noughts and Crosses - KS3 Unit of Work

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Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman – KS3 Unit of Work Noughts and Crosses is a unit of work containing a 161-slide PowerPoint, 28 PDF worksheets and 15 lessons. This engaging scheme of work explores Malorie Blackman’s novel chapter by chapter, analysing its plot, characters, themes and language through a range of stimulating activities. Resources can be used at KS3 with either Year 8 or Year 9 depending on the ability of the students. Our unit for Noughts and Crosses includes a fully editable PowerPoint teaching resource and 28 accompanying PDF worksheets. The resource can be used to teach a whole class text or as part of a guided reading programme. Activities contained in the lessons include: Exploring the social context of Noughts and Crosses, apartheid, civil rights, the novel’s introduction, and Malorie Blackman’s motives for writing it Engaging chapter by chapter activities to consolidate understanding as learners read through the book Reading comprehension questions to assess students’ knowledge of plot, character, language, and themes - with example answers. Analysis of the characters of Sephy, Callum, Kamal, Jasmine, Meggie, Ryan, Jude, Lynette, Minnie Exploration of the key themes of friendship, racism, growing up, prejudice, privilege, love, power and social segregation Developing the key reading skills of inference and deduction Analysis of language and techniques such as effective description, creating conflict and building tension Role play - hot-seating to aid understating of characters, plot and themes Developing understanding of key characters through empathy writing tasks Plus many more fun starter, plenary and reading and writing activities
Acrostic Poetry - Year 3 / Year 4
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Acrostic Poetry - Year 3 / Year 4

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Acrostic Poetry Year 3 / Year 4 Acrostic Poetry Year 3 / Year 4 is a complete lesson made up of a 24-slide editable PowerPoint and 3 differentiated worksheets. It covers the Lower KS2 topic ‘Recognising Poetry’ from the Year 3/4 Programme of Study in an engaging and enjoyable way. The lesson introduces acrostic poetry using an example that is broken down and analysed as a whole class, with prompts for discussion and feedback. Following this activity, there is a group acrostic-writing exercise and differentiated worksheets to help children write their own acrostic poems with varied success criteria.
Checking Out Me History
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Checking Out Me History

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Checking Out Me History - AQA GCSE Power and Conflict Poetry Anthology This two-lesson unit teaches students about John Agard's 'Checking Out Me History' in detail. Designed for GCSE pupils studying AQA Power and Conflict poetry, the resource explores the poem in depth and explains how to compare it to other poems from the anthology. It is made up of a 49-slide editable PowerPoint presentation and 3 accompanying worksheets. The lessons contain the following: Lesson One Context - An introduction to John Agard and the social and historical context of ‘Checking Out Me History’. First Reading - A reading of ‘Checking Out Me History’ with comprehension / consolidation questions - answers included. Language and imagery - Analysing the poem line by line. Exploring language and answering questions that delve deeper. Model answers provided. Essay Writing - An essay question to assess students' initial understanding of the poem. An example response is included. Lesson Two Imagery - Analysing Agard's use of imagery. Themes - Discussing Checking Out Me History's themes. Structure and Form - Considering how Agard uses form, structure, rhythm and rhyme. The GCSE exam - Comparing ‘Checking Out Me History’ with ‘London’ and explaining how to write a comparison essay in the exam. This is a comprehensive resource containing a range of activities, however it can also be edited, personalised and differentiated to suit your teaching needs. To preview a selection of slides from 'Checking Out Me History’, please click on the images.
Making Arrays - Year 1
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Making Arrays - Year 1

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Making Arrays - Year 1 In this KS1 maths teaching resource pupils begin to build arrays and understand the importance of columns and rows. It is an ideal teaching aid to use in a lesson covering some of the year 1 curriculum objectives in the maths programme of study (Number - number and place value and multiplication and division). Content includes: What is an array explanation Describing arrays activity and worksheet Making arrays and writing the addition sentence activity and worksheet Complete the sentence activity and worksheet Draw the array that represents the repeated addition sentence activity and worksheet Reasoning and problem solving activity and worksheet Further problem solving worksheet with answer sheet ‘Making Arrays - Year 1’ is editable so teachers can adapt the resource to meet their individual teaching needs. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below to see similar resources: Counting in Tens - Year 1 Equal Groups - Year 1 Doubles - Year 1 Grouping - Making Equal Groups - Year 1 Sharing Equally - Year 1 Adding Equal Groups - Year 1
Colons and Semi-Colons - Year 5 and 6
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Colons and Semi-Colons - Year 5 and 6

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Colons and Semi-Colons - Year 5 and 6 Upper KS2 English Teaching Resource In ‘Colons and Semi-Colons - Year 5 and 6’ pupils learn how to correctly use colons and semi-colons as per the objectives of the Year 5 and 6 English programme of study. This engaging and animated PowerPoint lesson includes: 1. How to use colons to introduce a list and to separate clauses within a sentence 2. 2 colon activities with accompanying worksheets 3. 1 further colon worksheet with answers 4. How to use semi-colons to replace commas in a complex list and to join two complete sentences together 5. 2 semi-colon activities with accompanying worksheets 6. 1 further semi-colon worksheet with answers As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘Colons and Semi-Colons - Year 5 and 6’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required.
Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6
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Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6

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Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6 Upper KS2 English Teaching Resource In ‘Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6’ pupils learn about expanded noun phrases and how they can improve their writing as per the objectives of the Year 5 and 6 programme of study. This engaging and animated PowerPoint lesson includes: A noun phrase recap A simple expanded noun phrase explanation A complex expanded noun phrase explanation A prepositional phrase explanation Combining simple and complex expanded noun phrases 4 expanded noun phrases activities with accompanying worksheets As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 5 and 6’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below to see similar resources: Expanded Noun Phrases - Year 4 Noun Phrases - Year 2 Parts of Speech - Nouns, Adjectives, Verbs and Adverbs Types of Nouns
2023 Christmas Quiz for KS3 and KS4
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2023 Christmas Quiz for KS3 and KS4

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The Great Big 2023 Christmas Quiz for KS3 and KS4 Our ever-popular Christmas quiz is back for 2023. This fun Christmas quiz is the ideal end of term activity ahead of the Christmas holidays. It’s made up of 8 rounds that cover celebrity Santa, music, film, the year 2023, anagrams, Christmas and a lot more - click on the images for a full preview. The resource comes with a 108-slide PowerPoint (including the quiz questions and answers) and student answer sheets for each round in PDF form. The resource contains everything you need to carry out the quiz and has been carefully pitched so that the questions are targeted at students aged 11-16.
Sharing Equally - Year 1
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Sharing Equally - Year 1

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Sharing Equally - Year 1 In this KS1 maths teaching resource pupils are introduced to division through sharing by using 1:1 correspondence. It is an ideal teaching aid to use in a lesson covering some of the year 1 curriculum objectives in the maths programme of study (Number - multiplication and division). Content includes: Sharing fruit between plates activity and worksheet Sharing frogs between the lily pads and completing the sentence activity and worksheet with accompanying cut outs Sharing fish between the fish bowls and completing the sentence activity and worksheet with accompanying cut outs Complete the sentences animal sharing activity and worksheet Sharing word problems activity and worksheet Reasoning and problem solving worksheet and answer sheet ‘Sharing Equally - Year 1’ is editable so teachers can adapt the resource to meet their individual teaching needs Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below to see similar resources: Making Arrays - Year 1 Counting in Tens - Year 1 Equal Groups - Year 1 Doubles - Year 1 Grouping - Making Equal Groups - Year 1 Adding Equal Groups - Year 1
Muscles -  Year 3
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Muscles - Year 3

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Muscles (Year 3) - PowerPoint presentation and worksheets In this science teaching resource pupils are introduced to the functions of muscles. This engaging 40 slide PowerPoint presentation is an ideal resource to use in a lesson covering the year 3 science curriculum objective: Animals, including humans - identify that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement Content includes: - why we need muscles - explanation of the different types of muscles and their functions (skeletal, smooth, cardiac) - link to an introductory video - an explanation of how muscles help us to move - an explanation of how muscles work in pairs (triceps and biceps) and accompanying animation - an explanation of the main muscles of the body and accompanying activity - a muscles quiz - three worksheets ‘Muscles’ can be edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource to suit the needs of each class they teach. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below to see similar resources: Nutrition - Year 3 Skeletons - Year 3
Direct Speech - Year 3 and 4
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Direct Speech - Year 3 and 4

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Direct Speech - Year 3 and 4 Lower KS2 English Teaching Resource In this English punctuation teaching resource, pupils practise recognising, writing and punctuating direct speech as per the curriculum objectives of the Year 3 and 4 programme of study (Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation). This engaging and animated PowerPoint lesson includes: An explanation of direct speech Identify the reporting clause and speech activity with an accompanying worksheet An explanation of indirect speech A direct and indirect speech activity with an accompanying worksheet How to punctuate direct speech explanation A punctuating speech activity with an accompanying worksheet Complete the sentences activity with an accompanying worksheet 3 further differentiated worksheets with answers As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘Direct Speech - Year 3 and 4’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below to see similar resources: Direct and Reported Speech Punctuating Speech
Co-ordinating Conjunctions - Year 2
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Co-ordinating Conjunctions - Year 2

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Co-ordinating Conjunctions - Year 2 In this English grammar teaching resource, pupils practise using the co-ordinating conjunctions ‘or’, ‘and’, ‘but’ and ‘so’ as per the curriculum objectives of the Year 2 programme of study (Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation). This engaging and animated PowerPoint lesson includes: A conjunction explanation A link to a BBC conjunction video 6 conjunction activities with 2 accompanying worksheets 3 differentiated worksheets with answers As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘Co-ordinating Conjunctions - Year 2’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required. Not quite what you’re looking for? Click below to see similar resources: Subordinating Conjunctions - Year 2
Introducing Alliteration - KS1
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Introducing Alliteration - KS1

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Introducing Alliteration - KS1 ‘Introducing Alliteration - KS1’ is a single lesson teaching resource designed to help teach children all about alliteration. The resource includes: An introduction with examples of alliteration An interactive activity to help consolidate understanding of alliteration and accompanying worksheet One further worksheet The resource uses bold clear fonts, simple language, bright colours and child friendly imagery. ‘Introducing Alliteration - KS1’ can be edited in full giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource if required to suit their individual teaching requirements.
Romeo and Juliet – Women in Elizabethan England
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Romeo and Juliet – Women in Elizabethan England

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Romeo and Juliet - Women in Elizabethan England (8-slide PowerPoint and 1 worksheet) In this teaching resource learners explore the role of women in Elizabethan England as presented in Act 3 of Romeo and Juliet. The resource examines the character of Lord Capulet, his treatment of Juliet and the role of women in 16th century English society. As with all our teaching resources, Romeo and Juliet - Women in Elizabethan England is ready to teach but also fully editable. Therefore you can use it as it is or easily and quickly adapt it to suit your specific needs. Romeo and Juliet – Women in Elizabethan England has been created with KS4 students in mind but it can easily be adapted for KS3 as all the PowerPoint slides are editable.