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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.
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. To preview ‘Direct Speech - Year 3 and 4’ in full and to find more KS2 English resources please click here.
A Christmas Carol Word Search
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A Christmas Carol Word Search

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A Christmas Carol Word Search ‘A Christmas Carol Word Search’ is a handy starter/revision activity to use when teaching the Charles Dickens novel ‘A Christmas Carol’. Content includes: ‘A Christmas Carol’ character name animated word search with an accompanying worksheet ‘A Christmas Carol’ name the character from the clues given animated word search with an accompanying worksheet ‘A Christmas Carol Word Search’ is fully editable allowing teachers to adapt the resource if needed to suit each class they teach. 'A Christmas Carol Word Search’ can be viewed in full by clicking here.
The Big 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS2
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The Big 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS2

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The Big 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS2 (Interactive PowerPoint quiz with answer sheets) The Big 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS2 is the ideal end of term activity before the break for the Christmas holidays. The quiz consists of eight rounds which cover music, film, 2020, anagrams, Christmas and much more - please click on the images from the PowerPoint to preview the complete resource in detail. The Big 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS2 contains an interactive 108 slide PowerPoint which includes all the quiz questions and all the answers (for peer assessment). The PowerPoint has links to a Christmas music video quiz and a Christmas movie quiz - just click on the links. The resource also contains PDF answer sheets for each team. All slides are editable and can be easily adapted for different age groups. It may also be helpful to provide clues for younger children during the music and film rounds. To preview ‘The Big 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS2’ in detail visit https://www.teacher-of-primary.co.uk/2020-christmas-quiz-for-ks2-teaching-resources-2232.html
A Nativity Word Search
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A Nativity Word Search

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A Nativity Word Search ‘A Nativity Word Search’ is an animated activity that can be used individually using the accompanying worksheet or as a whole class activity using the animated PowerPoint slide. It also comes with 2 additional nativity themed colouring pages. ‘A Nativity Word Search’ is fully editable giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource, if required, to meet the needs of each class they teach. ‘A Nativity Word Search’ can be viewed in full by clicking here.
The BIG 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS3 and KS4
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The BIG 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS3 and KS4

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The BIG 2020 Christmas quiz is the perfect end of year KS3 or KS4 activity. The 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS3/KS4 is made up of eight rounds which include Celebrity Santa, Christmas music, Christmas Movies, 2020, anagrams, Christmas knowledge and a whole lot more. The BIG 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS3/KS4 includes a 100+ slide PowerPoint presentation with all the questions and answers. The PowerPoint also has links to a Christmas music video quiz and a Christmas film quiz. There are also student answer sheets for each round in PDF format. The BIG 2020 Christmas Quiz for KS3/4 is lots of fun and all questions have been created with KS3/KS4 age pupils in mind. Have fun and have a Merry Christmas! You can preview the whole resource at https://www.teacher-of-english.com/2020-christmas-quiz-for-ks3-and-ks4-teaching-resources-2029.html
A Christmas Carol (GCSE) The Royal Exchange
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A Christmas Carol (GCSE) The Royal Exchange

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A Christmas Carol - The Royal Exchange (17-slide PowerPoint teaching resource with 7 worksheets) This GCSE lesson enables learners to explore Dickens’ presentation of the businessmen discussing Scrooge’s death in Stave Four. It begins with a differentiated retrieval task as a ‘Do Now’ activity. Learners will then read from ‘They scarcely seemed to enter the city’, down to, ‘It made him shudder, and feel very cold’. During their reading, learners are asked to reflect on: What we learn about Scrooge’s death How the men feel about Scrooge’s death What their dialogue suggests about Scrooge. Following on from this, learners will complete a worksheet that enables them to explore the passage in greater depth. The lesson concludes with a brief learning review in which learners answer five retrieval questions relating to the passage. To preview A Christmas Carol - The Royal Exchange visit https://www.teacher-of-english.com/a-christmas-carol-the-royal-exchange-teaching-resources-2227.html
Rudolph's Word Search
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Rudolph's Word Search

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Rudolph’s Word Search ‘Rudolph’s Word Search’ is an animated activity that can be used individually using the accompanying worksheet or as a whole class activity using the animated PowerPoint slide. It also comes with 2 additional Christmas themed colouring pages. ‘Rudolph’s Word Search’ is fully editable giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource, if required, to meet the needs of each class they teach. Click here to preview ‘Rudolph’s Word Search’ in full and to find more English teaching resources.
Conflict Poetry – Year 8/9
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Conflict Poetry – Year 8/9

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Conflict Poetry (KS3) (5 lesson unit of work, 135-slide editable PowerPoint, 39 worksheets) This upper KS3 (Year 8/9) unit of work explores war poetry from World War One to the modern day. Ideal for Year 9 or the final term of Year 8, the unit’s chief focus is on the poetry of World War One, and in particular that of Wilfred Owen, Rupert Brooke and Siegfried Sassoon. The unit is designed to help learners develop the key poetry analysis skills that are essential for GCSE success. It explores context, language, techniques, rhyme, rhythm, tone, theme and the author’s viewpoint through the close study of war poems such as The Soldier, Suicide in the Trenches and Dulce et Decorum Est. The final section of the unit brings the study of war poetry up to date with a focus on 21st Century war poems written by children, soldiers and the partners of those impacted by war. To preview Conflict Poetry – Year 8/9 in detail please visit https://www.teacher-of-english.com/conflict-poetry-year-8-&-9-teaching-resources-2225.html
Multiply By Two
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Multiply By Two

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KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Multiply by Two In 'Multiply by Two’ pupils practise the x 2 multiplication table as per the year 2 maths programme of study - Number (multiplication and division): 'Multiply by Two’ is an animated PowerPoint presentation which includes: interactive activities x 2 flash cards 2 worksheets 'Multiply by Two’ can be fully edited allowing teachers to adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as needed. To download ‘Multiply by Two’ for FREE and to find more KS1 multiplication and division resources please click here.
A Christmas Carol - Fred's Christmas
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A Christmas Carol - Fred's Christmas

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This lesson encourages learners to explore Dickens’ presentation of Fred’s Christmas in Stave Three. Learners will read from, ‘“Ha, ha!” laughed Scrooge’s nephew. “Ha, ha, ha!”’ down to, ‘…and he and the Spirit were again upon their travels.’ The ‘Do Now Activity’ is a revision task that encourages retrieval of some of the main ideas in Stave Two. Then, after reading the passage indicated above, learners will complete a worksheet that encourages them to think about how Fred responds to criticism of Scrooge and what Fred’s function is as a character. The lesson culminates in a short review which asks learners to identify five things that they have learnt about Fred during the lesson. Suggested answers are included for all tasks. To preview Fred’s Christmas please click on the images from the PowerPoint presentation or visit https://www.teacher-of-english.com/a-christmas-carol-fred’s-christmas-teaching-resources-2207.html
A Christmas Carol (GCSE) Stave 3
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A Christmas Carol (GCSE) Stave 3

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‘A Christmas Carol – Stave 3 Bundle’ is made up of 13 differentiated resources to help you teach Stave 3 of A Christmas Carol at GCSE. Contents include: The Ghost of Christmas Present (3 lessons) The Market Scene The Cratchits (5 lessons) Tiny Tim The Miners and the Lighthouse Fred’s Christmas Ignorance and Want (2 lessons) Click below to preview each resource in detail.
An Inspector Calls - Gerald Croft
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An Inspector Calls - Gerald Croft

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An Inspector Calls - Gerald Croft (PowerPoint presentation and worksheet) In this lesson, students learn how to use the P.E.T.E.R. structure to write an analysis of Gerlad Croft in An Inspector Calls. To preview ‘An Inspector Calls - Gerald Croft’ click on the images from the PowerPoint presentation. This lesson is taken from the complete ‘An Inspector Calls’ unit of work. To view the full resource click here - https://www.teacher-of-english.com/an-inspector-calls-gcse-english-(9-1)-teaching-resources-1343.html
A Christmas Carol - Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
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A Christmas Carol - Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come

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A Christmas Carol (GCSE) Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come (2 lessons, a 28-slide PowerPoint presentation and 9 worksheets) This double KS4/GCSE lesson enables learners to explore the background to – and Dickens’ presentation of – the Ghost of the Christmas Yet to Come in A Christmas Carol. It begins with a differentiated retrieval task as a Do Now starter activity. Learners will then read from the beginning of Stave Four down to ‘…and carried him along’. During their reading, learners are asked to reflect on: What we learn about the Ghost in terms of its outward appearance How the Ghost communicates with Scrooge What the Ghost’s form seems to suggest about Scrooge’s future. Following on from this, learners will complete a worksheet that enables them to compare the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come with the Grim Reaper. After feedback, learning is reviewed and this constitutes the end of the first part of the lesson. In Part 2, the Do Now task asks learners to identify the odd image out on three rows, with the bronze row being the easiest and the gold row being the most difficult. After giving feedback, learners will then use a second worksheet to focus on Dickens’ presentation of the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. Suggested answers for this and the Do Now task are included. Park 2 concludes with learners listing what they have learnt about the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come in terms of the following criteria: The most important thing that they have learnt The least important thing that they have learnt Why the Ghost of Christmas Yet to come is important How Dickens’ presentation of the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come increases tension for the reader (identify two reasons) A prediction of two things that it will show Scrooge. To preview A Christmas Carol - Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come visit https://www.teacher-of-english.com/a-christmas-carol-ghost-of-christmas-yet-to-come-teaching-resources-2221.html
Avoiding Comma Splicing - KS2
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Avoiding Comma Splicing - KS2

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Avoiding Comma Splicing - KS2 English programme of study - Writing - vocabulary, grammar and punctuation In this KS2 punctuation teaching resource, pupils practise punctuating independent clauses while avoiding comma splicing. Content includes: What is a comma splice explanation and how to identify them in a piece of writing How to fix a comma splice by adding a conjunction with class activity How to fix a comma splice by using a semicolon with class activity How to fix a comma splice by creating two separate sentences with class activity The 3 activities above have an accompanying worksheet that can be used either alongside the presentation or separately A link to a short video about punctuating independent clauses and comma splicing 1 further worksheet with answers As with all our PowerPoint teaching resources, ‘Avoiding Comma Splicing - KS2’ is completely editable so that teachers can adapt, alter and revise it as much or as little as required. To preview ‘Avoiding Comma Splicing - KS2’ in full and to find more KS2 English resources please click here.
Eating Healthy Food - KS1
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Eating Healthy Food - KS1

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Eating Healthy Food - KS1 In this KS1 science teaching resource pupils are introduced to healthy eating and a balanced diet. Content includes: Why we need food explanation What is a balanced diet explanation Food groups explanation Sorting food groups activity with accompanying worksheet Class food groups quiz Choosing healthy options class activity 2 further worksheets ‘Eating Healthy Food - KS1’ can be edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource as much or as little as needed. To preview ‘Eating Healthy Food - KS1’ in full and to find more KS1 science resources please click here.
A Christmas Carol - Ignorance and Want
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A Christmas Carol - Ignorance and Want

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A Christmas Carol - Ignorance and Want (30-slide editable PowerPoint teaching resource with 6 worksheets) This double lesson enables learners to explore the background to - and Dickens’ presentation of - Ignorance and Want. It begins with a choice of differentiated retrieval tasks as a Do Now activity. These tasks prompt recall of key ideas and quotations from Staves 1-3. Learners will then read from, ‘Much they saw and far they went’ down to the end of Stave Three. During their reading, learners are asked to reflect on: What we learn about Ignorance and Want and how Scrooge reacts to them What Ignorance and Want may represent in Victorian society What function these characters serve in the novella. Following on from this, learners will complete a worksheet that enables them to explore the background to Dickens’ creation of Ignorance and Want. This worksheet focuses primarily on Dickens’ experiences in the year 1843 and how they influenced his decision to write ‘A Christmas Carol’. After feedback, learning is reviewed and this constitutes the end of the first part of the lesson. In Part 2, the Do Now task asks learners to retrieve information from the previous lesson. After giving feedback, learners will then use a second worksheet to focus on the passage in question, responding to questions that prompt analysis of Dickens’ presentation of Ignorance and Want. Suggested answers for this and the Do Now task are included. Part 2 concludes with learners identifying what they knew, have learnt and would like to know about the characters of Ignorance and Want. To preview A Christmas Carol – Ignorance and Want in detail visit https://www.teacher-of-english.com/a-christmas-carol-ignorance-and-want-teaching-resources-2216.html
Wonder - Unit of Work Bundle
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Wonder - Unit of Work Bundle

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This bundle is made up of four units of work for the book Wonder - Part One, Part Two, Part Three and Part Four. Click on the images below to find out more about each individual unit.
Wonder - Part 4
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Wonder - Part 4

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Wonder - Unit of Work Part 4 (17 lessons, 129-slide PowerPoint and 7 worksheets) This ‘Wonder – Part Four’ resource is the fourth and final section of our unit of work for ‘Wonder’ by R J Palacio. The unit contains seventeen lessons which explore the text from the chapter ‘In Science’ to the end of the book , ‘The Walk Home’. It contains a range of teaching and learning activities including: Developing reading and vocabulary skills Differentiated tasks (Gold, Silver and Bronze) to provide appropriate learning for all abilities Reading and comprehension tasks GPS activities that cover colons, the subjunctive form, parenthesis, dialogue punctuation, word classes, homophones, extended lists Find and retrieve tasks Formal writing, fact and opinion, participating in discussion and expressing an opinion Discussing key themes Character analysis and empathy And more! To preview our ‘Wonder – Part 4’ teaching resources in detail visit https://www.teacher-of-primary.co.uk/wonder-part-4-teaching-resources-2212.html
Column Addition 2 - Year 3
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Column Addition 2 - Year 3

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Column Addition 2 - Year 3 In this year 3 maths teaching resource pupils are taught the formal column method of addition as per the curriculum objective of the year 3 maths programme of study (Number - addition and subtraction). In this column addition resource pupils are asked to solve addition sums with exchanges. Content includes: Column addition without exchanges recap Column addition with exchanges explanation Column addition with exchanges class activity with accompanying worksheet 3 further differentiated worksheets with answers ‘Column Addition 2 - Year 3’ is editable so teachers can adapt the resource to meet their individual teaching needs. To preview ‘Column Addition 2 - Year 3’ in full and to find more year 3 addition and subtraction resources please click here.
Column Addition 1 - Year 3
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Column Addition 1 - Year 3

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Column Addition 1 - Year 3 In this year 3 maths teaching resource pupils are taught the formal column method of addition as per the curriculum objective of the year 3 maths programme of study (Number - addition and subtraction). In this introduction to column addition pupils are asked to solve addition sums without exchanges. Content includes: Column addition explanation Column addition class activity with accompanying worksheet 3 further differentiated worksheets with answers ‘Column Addition 1 - Year 3’ is editable so teachers can adapt the resource to meet their individual teaching needs. To preview ‘Column Addition 1 - Year 3’ in full and to find more year 3 addition and subtraction resources please click here.