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I combine my time between writing ( children's author ) and teaching. In my shop you will find a range of worksheets that I have successfully used in the classroom with Key Stage 2 pupils. My passions are writing and history and you will find plenty of resources for these subjects in my shop.

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I combine my time between writing ( children's author ) and teaching. In my shop you will find a range of worksheets that I have successfully used in the classroom with Key Stage 2 pupils. My passions are writing and history and you will find plenty of resources for these subjects in my shop.
Year 4 - States of Matter - Unit of Work 7 lessons
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Year 4 - States of Matter - Unit of Work 7 lessons

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A comprehensive unit of work to support the teaching of States of Matter in Year 4 or Year 5. 7 lessons of 60-90 minutes with a strong emphasis on scientific enquiry and investigation. A very hands-on and engaging Unit of Work. New Curriculum and OFSTED friendly!
Year 4 -5 Problem solving - differentiated worksheets
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Year 4 -5 Problem solving - differentiated worksheets

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A selection of differentiated worksheets to improve problem solving for Year 4 or Year 5 pupils. Areas covered are: Fractions and Percentages Measure Multiplication and Division Money Addition and Subtraction Time Each worksheet is colour coded - Bronze is lower ability etc....
Roman explanation task: How to survive in the Roman Army
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Roman explanation task: How to survive in the Roman Army

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A set of worksheets where the pupils will be able to first identify the features of an explanation text (how to survive in the Roman Army) before using what they have learnt to write their own explanation. There are two levels: the easiest where the features have been highlighted and a more challenging text where the children have to find the features within the blank text. On both sheets, there are boxes beside the features in which the children can write in the features. There is also an annotated version that the teacher can use at the start of the lesson to model features or at the end of the lesson to allow pupils to check their answers.
Roman Prefixes - words and quiz
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Roman Prefixes - words and quiz

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A comprehensive list of Roman prefixes. What word, to mean 'remove head' comes from the Roman word 'Capti'? What word, to mean 'set alight', comes from the Roman word 'Ign'? A great activity for in class or for homework. Ideal for Years 4-6.
Synonyms and Antonyms -  Table and Worksheet
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Synonyms and Antonyms - Table and Worksheet

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A great table for teaching Year 5-7 pupils about synonyms and antonyms. The pupils read the examples provided before they match the synonyms and antonyms to the given word. For example: small - diminutive (synonym) - large (antonym). An excellent resource for expanding vocabulary too!
D-Day Enquiry based learning Years 5-6
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D-Day Enquiry based learning Years 5-6

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A unit of work to make the children think again about the D-Day landings of June 1944. Using a learning enquiry approach, the pupils will interpret a range of materials to help them decide just how successful the invasion of Normandy was.
Arabian Nights Story Planner  KS 2
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Arabian Nights Story Planner KS 2

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This is a story planning sheet for an ‘Arabian Nights’ themed story which I have used on my author visits to Primary Schools. It has proved very popular with teachers and pupils alike. Rather than spend time trying to think of story elements such as characters’ names, settings and plots etc…your pupils can just choose from a set of options. The children, by linking together different elements, can create a quick plot and can be writing their stories in minutes. This resource is especially helpful for reluctant writers, SEN children and those that just lack ideas!
The Highwayman - Teaching Resources - Y4-6
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The Highwayman - Teaching Resources - Y4-6

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With these resources, pupils are able to interpret verses of the poem, write their own stanzas using the writing frames and create their own characters. Many of the resources are differentiated to allow all access to this fabulous, classic poem. Ideal for Years 5-6 but more able Year 4 pupils can also access the resources.
Roman newspaper template
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Roman newspaper template

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A template for the fictional newspaper, Roman Runes. Use this template to inspire the children to produce Roman themed newspaper reports. Teachers can also use it to model on the whiteboard. Ideal for children studying the Romans.
Enterprise week booklet - Adaptable for all ages
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Enterprise week booklet - Adaptable for all ages

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Is your school having or planning to have an Enterprise Week? If so, this booklet would be ideal for you. The booklet has been used successfully to support the pupils (and teacher) through the whole week; from the initial planning of their product to the final calculation of profits. Most areas of the curriculum are covered in the booklet: maths (profit projection); english (advertising); art (posters) to name but some. It has been designed for Years 5-8 but can easily be adjusted to suit younger pupils.
Year 3 and 4 Roman writing activities
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Year 3 and 4 Roman writing activities

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A selection of 30 PDF worksheets covering most aspects of the Year 3 and 4 English curriculum written by an experienced Literacy specialist and published children’s author. Using annotated extracts from the ever popular ‘Spartapuss’ series, your children are shown first how to recognise the key features of different texts and then provided with a ‘Flash Task’ in which they can put into practice what they have learnt. Activities include: character description story writing writing dialogue writing action scenes writing a fight scene writing a chase scene using alliteration newspaper reports commands, statements and questions writing flashbacks describing a setting story planning frame story writing border to colour in What you have here is a huge bundle of roman themed writing resources, enough to keep a learner busy for weeks. Ideal for any child in Year 3 and Year 4 who is studying, or was due to study the romans at school.
Tudor Eggsplorers - Playscript
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Tudor Eggsplorers - Playscript

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A fantastic play for Key Stage 2/3 pupils to perform at Easter. The play revolves around the Elizabethan Court and the rivals for the Queen's affections. It explains many of the origins of the Easter customs we know today. Written by a published children's author, the play is ideal for large groups. It is packed with historical accuracy and good humour and will both entertain and enthral audiences. Can also be used in Literacy lessons as an example of play script writing.
How to make your own Roman helmet!
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How to make your own Roman helmet!

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Are you having a Roman Day? Are the children dressing up? If so, this is a great resource which enable all your children to take part. By following the instructions, the pupils are able to make their own, made-to-measure Roman helmet (galea) which they can then wear proudly into battle. This resource can also be used to model instruction writing. Ideal for Years 4-5.
Grid of sentence starts and types
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Grid of sentence starts and types

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A great resource to encourage pupils to think about and vary their sentences. The grid has a selection of both sentence starts and sentence types. The pupils use the grid to ensure that their writing is varied and interesting. By ticking the boxes, the children can assess their own writing and consider future sentences. In time, the children should vary their sentences automatically. I would recommend using the grid as a means of focusing the children ahead of a piece of writing. With the pupils, we highlighted the boxes that should be ticked when writing a particular genre. The grid can also be used to analyse texts or for self/peer assessment.
Tag Rugby - Year 5/6- Unit of Work
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Tag Rugby - Year 5/6- Unit of Work

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A Unit of Work for Tag Rugby, created by a PE specialist for the non-specialist. The Unit of Work leads the pupils from simple passing and receiving through to small-sided tag rugby games. The Unit includes diagrams to help even the least confident teacher understand how the lessons should develop. The ideal age group for this Unit is Years 5-6 although it would also be fine for more able, younger pupils or for Rugby clubs.
Features of advertisements - Roman themed - with writing activity
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Features of advertisements - Roman themed - with writing activity

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This is a set of resources that will allow your pupils to first identify the features of adverts before using what they have learnt to write their own. Ideal for children studying Romans and suitable for ages 7-9. There are two worksheets to allow for differentiation: the easiest where the features are already highlighted, and the hardest where the children have to find the features within the blank text. Teachers can use the annotated version to model features with their pupils at the start of the lesson or use at the end so the children can check their work.
Tudor Family Tree with images
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Tudor Family Tree with images

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A Tudor Family tree with coloured images for each member. Begins with the roses of Lancaster and Yorkshire. A great resource to help pupils understand the Tudor family and the relationships between them.