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KS2 English.  Interactive Verb Game.
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KS2 English. Interactive Verb Game.

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An online Google Slides game for practising verbs. It works well on desktop computers or interactive whiteboards, especially in full screen mode. It's less suitable for mobile devices. Players have to identify words in sentences in order to collect fruit to make a fruit salad. If they go wrong, they are sent back to the beginning. Beware of the cheat potential with this, however: the slide controls at the bottom om the screen enable the player to click through the slides without answering the questions!
Reading Comprehension: Robert Burns
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Reading Comprehension: Robert Burns

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For Upper KS2 and KS3, a text about Burns, his poetry, and his place in Scottish life. The reading comprehension comprises 15 questions, with mark allocation indicated. The question type ranges from simple retrieval to inference and interpretation of language. Mark scheme is provided.
Add and Spell Game for Primary Classes
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Add and Spell Game for Primary Classes

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Flash game. Teacher reads out an addition under 20 (eg 5+9). Child with correct answer flips the corresponding number to reveal a letter. As letters are revealed, pupils try to make words on their whiteboards. Winner is the one with most words.
Traditional Tales from China.   Four Texts and Questions for Assemblies or Classroom.
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Traditional Tales from China. Four Texts and Questions for Assemblies or Classroom.

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These four texts are retellings in modern English of traditional Chinese folk tales. One - the story of the Nian - is specifically about the origins of Chinese New Year traditions. The other three could be used at any time of the year. These have several common themes (money, religion, magic, kindness, and more which could be suggested by pupils themselves), and would make a good starting point for textual comparison or cross-curricular work (eg RE, citizenship). The texts all come with a set of 10 questions which could be used for discussion in assembly, or for formal written comprehension in the classroom. The folk tale format makes the texts accessible to a wide age range, including KS1, whereas the themes broached in many of the questions make them more suitable for able KS2 or KS3 classes.
French Determiners: Indefinite, Definite and Partitive Articles
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French Determiners: Indefinite, Definite and Partitive Articles

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The use of French articles is often different from English, and it is an area where even experienced students make mistakes. This set of resources addresses that, covering the definite, indefinite and partitive articles. There is a support sheet and two worksheets for each. The accompanying answers have explanatory notes referring students to the rules covered in the support sheet. Each worksheet has 8 short questions to be translated from English to French. One mark is awarded for getting the article right, and a second mark for the correctness of the whole response. Each of the sets would provide ideal independent work to follow on from an online lesson.
Christmas Grammar Game - KS2
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Christmas Grammar Game - KS2

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This is a game for 2-4 players. It is played with a single die and counters. Included are a simple game board with Christmas pictures every few squares, and a set of 24 question cards suitable for lower or upper KS2. The grammar content should have been covered by the end of Y3. If players land on a picture square, one of the other players reads out the Christmas themed grammar question. If players give the correct answer, they advance one square. If incorrect, they go back one square. A useful resource for the period leading up to the Christmas holiday.
French expressions with AVOIR
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French expressions with AVOIR

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This resource could form the basis of a whole lesson. There is a presentation on expressions which use ‘avoir’ in French, but ‘to be’ in English. It is supplied in several formats: an MP4 video which can be teacher controlled using the pause button. a PDF version of the same material that can be used for classroom display. a pupil notes version in black and white so that pupils can make lesson notes or use it for homework or revision. For follow-up work, there is a multiple choice exercise. This contains a red herring - one of the verbs does not take avoir.
Equivalent Fractions for Beginners
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Equivalent Fractions for Beginners

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This resource provides sufficient material for a complete lesson on equivalent fractions, and enough worksheets for classwork, homework and revision purposes. It consists of a 17-slide PowerPoint presentation, 5 graded sets of worksheets, and a two-page help document to support learners/parents/support staff in the independent/homework tasks. The presentation has teacher-controlled animation to facilitate step-by-step working through of the method. After two slides dealing with key vocabulary, there are 5 showing how to use multiplication to find a second missing numerator, and a further 5 showing how to use division to find the first numerator. The intention is that during the whole-class lesson, the method will become embedded in learners’ memories as they work through a series of problems with the teacher, using the same ‘script’ for each. At the end of the presentation, there is a set of calculations for pupils to work on in pairs/small groups, before moving on to independent work. Answers are supplied. The step-by-step help sheets have a similar function to the presentation. The first shows how multiplication is used to solve equivalent fractions problems. The second deals with the division method. The 25 worksheets (sets of 5 with accompanying answer sheets) are arranged in folders, which are numbered in order of difficulty. Since the objective is to teach a method, rather than supply calculation practice, a secure knowledge of multiplication tables is not a prerequisite of success at this level. The easiest folder requires only that pupils know the 10 times table. The other folders also have denominators of 2 and 5.
Reading Comprehension:  The Christmas Spiders:  folk tale explaining the origin of tinsel
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Reading Comprehension: The Christmas Spiders: folk tale explaining the origin of tinsel

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A retelling of a folk tale well-known in Germany and Ukraine. 12 comprehension questions with answers. Links to websites with other versions of the tale are provided in the teacher notes. Good for KS1 as a stimulus for writing, art and craft, and for KS2 as part of a study on different versions of legends and folk tales. It lends itself too to cross-curricular work: a study of eastern European countries in geography, or of mini beasts/arachnids in science, or research into the history of tinsel on Christmas trees.
KS2 Maths. Highest Common Factors.
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KS2 Maths. Highest Common Factors.

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KS2 Worksheets and help sheet. 5 worksheets with answers. Task is to list factors of 2 numbers, and then to identify the greatest (or highest) common factor. There are 10 questions on each worksheet.
Easy Commas (commas for lists),  English KS1/KS2.  Presentation, worksheet and lesson plan.
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Easy Commas (commas for lists), English KS1/KS2. Presentation, worksheet and lesson plan.

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For KS1 and lower KS2. A seven slide (plus title and end) presentation on how commas are used for lists. Nouns, noun phrases and adjectives are covered fully, and at the end there is an indication that the same rules apply for other types of lists (verbs and adverbs, for example). Each demonstration slide is followed by a whole class 'Try this' activity, which could be done on individual whiteboards or in books. Available as either PowerPoint or PDF. The second file is a worksheet where pupils have to supply the commas in sentences containing lists. Answers are provided. Lesson plan also included.
Comic Poetry: Hilaire Belloc Cautionary Tale
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Comic Poetry: Hilaire Belloc Cautionary Tale

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The poem about Henry King, who died from chewing string, is the text. Also included in the PDF are a poem analysis sheet and a jigsaw exercise to help with the learning of the text. Probably best for KS2, and would make a good lesson as part of a comic poetry unit of work.
Mixed Commas: Worksheet with different types of comma use.
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Mixed Commas: Worksheet with different types of comma use.

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For upper KS2 or lower KS3. This worksheet is for pupils who have studied the different ways in which commas are used, and who need practice in identifying them. There are ten sentences containing various kinds of comma. Some of the sentences contain more than one kind. The first part of the exercise is simple enough: pupils have to insert the missing commas in each sentence. The second part is more difficult: giving an explanation of the type of comma used. Answers are provided.
KS1 / SEN Maths.  Number Bonds to 10: Subtraction Worksheets
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KS1 / SEN Maths. Number Bonds to 10: Subtraction Worksheets

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A zip file containing 4 folders, each with 10 worksheets plus answers. The 10 worksheets are all different from each other, but are at the same level, so are ideal for repeated practice of essential skills. There is a section on the sheets where pupils set personal targets. The aim is that, with daily practice - say over two weeks, they should increase accuracy and reduce time. The first folder is straightforward (8-3=?). The others become more challenging (eg 8-?=5). Appropriate for KS1 and for older children who have not mastered basic skills.
Factors: Differentiated Worksheets for KS2 Maths
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Factors: Differentiated Worksheets for KS2 Maths

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3 zip files (easy, medium, harder) each containing 5 ten -question worksheets plus answers. The task is to create factor diagrams and then to write out factors in ascending order (including 1 and number). The level of difficulty is determined by the number range. 2 page pupil help sheet supplied.
Number Bonds to 10.  KS1 Maths.
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Number Bonds to 10. KS1 Maths.

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Selection of presentations for whole class introductions, and worksheets for individual work. Y1 objectives : identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations read, write and interpret mathematical statements involving addition (+) and equals (=) signs solve one-step problems that involve addition and subtraction, using concrete objects and pictorial representations, and missing number problems such as 7 = ? − 9
Tables Practice for KS1/2 Maths : set of booklets
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Tables Practice for KS1/2 Maths : set of booklets

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A set of A5 booklets each containing 13 exercises for practising tables from 2-12. Devised for homework, but could equally be used as a short starter activity in maths lessons. Books can be issued to pupils according to their existing knowledge of tables, working from the easier ones (10, 5, 2, 11) through to the more difficult ones (3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12). Stickers/team points can be awarded for completing a book and moving up to the next level. Good for getting parents involved! The booklets need to be printed double-sided onto A4 paper (4 sheets needed) . Pupils could be given the task of assembling them as booklets.