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Stone Age Extra Activities
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Stone Age Extra Activities

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I have created this sheet with lots of activities to support the Stone Age topic. I have split the activities into arts and crafts, making and modelling, computing and writing. They can be used as lessons, extension tasks or homework.
Boggle
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Boggle

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Morning Activity or Early Finisher tasks for Year 3/4. Use the letters in the grid to create as many words as you can. The letters must be connected either next to each other or up/down. For an extra challenge, try to make the longest word you can. This resource has been inspired by others.
Part-Whole Model (Playing Cards version)
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Part-Whole Model (Playing Cards version)

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Morning Activity or Early Finisher task for Year 3/4. You will need playing cards for this activity. Pick three cards to create a number. Add to the Part-Whole model and partition into hundreds, tens and ones. This resource has been inspired by others.
End of the Day Questions and Extension Task Labels
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End of the Day Questions and Extension Task Labels

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I created both End of the Day Questions and Extension Task Labels by cutting out the questions and sticking them on lolly sticks. They were then put in a pot and the children would pull out a lolly stick without looking. End of the Day Questions are a way of encouraging children to reflect on their day - what they loved and what they could improve the following day. Extension Task lollysticks allows children to choose a task at random so the can complete a variety of tasks rather then always choosing their favourites.
Place Value Grid
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Place Value Grid

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I created this Place Value grid for my Year 3 class as it covers hundreds, tens and ones. I have added a Base 10 representation so children can visualise each value. I usually laminate these so children can write on them using whiteboard pens which are easily wiped off or use counters to represent the numbers.
Brain Breaks - Meditation
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Brain Breaks - Meditation

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Mental health and well-being of children is a priority in primary schools! These brain breaks are little mediation activities which last 2 or 3 minutes and allows children to calm down and refocus. I usually use these a couple of times a day - after break, after lunch and during the afternoon.