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Spelling Bingo (Set 2):  Year 5/6 statutory spelling list
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Spelling Bingo (Set 2): Year 5/6 statutory spelling list

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This is the second Bingo activity based on the spelling list for Year 5/6) It consists of a teacher card with 50 spellings and their meanings plus 30 different pupil cards ( 10 sheets of 3). The teacher has the choice of simply reading out the words from the caller card, or - for higher ability groups - the meanings. Great as a starter or plenary activity.
Y3/4  English: Statutory Spellings. 50 activity sheets.
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Y3/4 English: Statutory Spellings. 50 activity sheets.

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Five folders each containing 10 worksheets for practising spellings from the Y3/4 statutory list of words. Activity types: Look say cover write check, crossword-type grid, alphabetical order, missing vowels, word search. Answer sheets provided. Also included are two versions of the word list: one in alphabetical order and the other randomised. Each worksheet is based on 20 words taken from the main list. Good for homework or classroom spelling activity sessions. For more resources, please take a look at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/ReallLanguages
Equivalent Fractions KS2.  Differentiated Worksheets
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Equivalent Fractions KS2. Differentiated Worksheets

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KS2 maths resource. 3 levels of worksheet. Differentiation achieved by selective use of denominator (e.g. L1 denominators are 2, 5; L3 are 2-12). Each zip file contains a worksheet and answer sheet. Task is to supply the missing numerator in an equivalent fraction.
David Hockney: Looking and Creating:  activities inspired by artists.
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David Hockney: Looking and Creating: activities inspired by artists.

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This is one of a series of PowerPoint presentations designed to get students analysing and talking about the work of well-known artists, and then creating their own artwork inspired by the art they have studied. Each presentation should be sufficient for a project lasting several lessons. The presentations contain the following: brief biographical text links to online resources questions to focus looking at artworks activity based on an aspect of the artist’s work (not a copying exercise) evaluation of project Artists in this series: Camille Pissarro, Jean Cocteau, Amedeo Modigliani, James McNeill Whistler, Marc Chagall, Gustav Klimt, David Hockney, NB Copyright restrictions have made it necessary to rely on online material for images of artists’ work. If links cease to work, please contact me and I will do my best to put things right!
100 Activity Sheets for KS2 Mathematics.  Basic Skills
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100 Activity Sheets for KS2 Mathematics. Basic Skills

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Each of the 10 folders contains a set of 10 worksheets plus 10 answer sheets. The activities focus on basic number skills, and increase slightly in difficulty through the sets. They can be used in a number of ways, according to the individual teacher and the class: starter activity for supply or cover teachers homework revision assessment to find gaps in knowledge to encourage independent working (pupils given different version from neighbours) However you decide to use them, it might be wise to use one of the sheets as a whole class example so that pupils don’t waste time working out what they are expected to do.
Maths  Weekly Worksheets Y6.
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Maths Weekly Worksheets Y6.

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This is a collection of 50 worksheets which should provide a weekly challenge for Y6 pupils working towards their SATs. There is enough material to last for the whole school year, with plenty left for homework or revision. Each worksheet provides extensive number skills practice covering National Curriculum statutory requirements (place value, arithmetic, fractions, decimals and percentages). In addition, it targets one of 5 additional areas: measurement, algebra, geometry, ratio, statistics. The teacher should decide which folder is appropriate, according to what the current teaching focus is. It would be a good idea to begin with the ‘measurement’ set, as the number questions are less demanding than those in other sets. Less able students will need to be supported by an adult. Answer sheets are included in each folder.
Maths Target Practice Addition Worksheets
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Maths Target Practice Addition Worksheets

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Five variations on one addition worksheet. Pupils have to find numbers in the outer rings to add up to the bullseye. The first of the targets has easier numbers (under 20) than the other two (under 100). A useful go-to sheet for starters or homework.
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.
Maths Jeopardy Game for KS2/3
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Maths Jeopardy Game for KS2/3

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Bright interactive PowerPoint game. There are 5 categories (all four operations plus Roman numerals). Four questions, increasing in difficulty in each category. Pupils should be divided into mixed ability teams, and scores kept on a flipchart or whiteboard. Questions answered correctly score the number of points indicated on the home screen. Wrong answers lose that number of points. It is not possible to revisit questions.
Marc Chagall.  Looking and Creating: activities inspired by artists
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Marc Chagall. Looking and Creating: activities inspired by artists

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This is one of a series of PowerPoint presentations designed to get students analysing and talking about the work of well-known artists, and then creating their own artwork inspired by the art they have studied. Each presentation should be sufficient for a project lasting several lessons. The presentations contain the following: brief biographical text links to online resources questions to focus looking at artworks activity based on an aspect of the artist’s work (not a copying exercise) evaluation of project Artists in this series: Camille Pissarro, Jean Cocteau, Amedeo Modigliani, James McNeill Whistler, Marc Chagall, Gustav Klimt, David Hockney, NB Copyright restrictions have made it necessary to rely on online material for images of artists’ work. If links cease to work, please contact me and I will do my best to put things right!
Antonyms and  Synonyms for Writing
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Antonyms and Synonyms for Writing

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Covering the Y6 NC requirement relating to synonyms and antonyms, this constitutes a week’s unit of work leading to a writing outcome. A separate lesson plan is supplied for each day, with suggested timings for each section. Towards the beginning of the first lesson, individuals fill in the first two sections of a Know/Wonder/Learnt chart which they give in and complete at the end of the week. The lesson presentation includes pupil activities, such as finding antonyms and preparing synonym charts. Pupils will need to use dictionaries and thesauri for this. The final slide consists of a formal exercise for completion in exercise books. This provides an assessment opportunity. A class list of common words to be avoided in writing is begun and added to each day. On Day 2 there is more work on antonyms, but as the week progresses, the focus is more on synonyms. The main activity for this lesson is a drama activity which pupils should find fun. Day 3 begins with a pelmanism game on antonyms , and is followed by some teacher-directed work on antonyms and synonyms. The main activity is an antonym crossword, which can be used as assessment. There are three versions of the crossword, to allow for differing levels of ability. In the plenary, the concept of showing rather than telling is introduced, along with the beginning of what will become the subject of an extended writing task. The fourth lesson begins with a synonym contest in which pupils win points for coming up with answers nobody else thinks of. Then there is a writing warm-up followed by the start of writing: initially paired work, but leading to an independent task. In the plenary, pupils share their work with each other in a simple speaking and listening activity. The final day, there is an extended writing session to be used for formal assessment. During the plenary, pupils feed back briefly on the week’s work, and then complete the final column of the KWL chart.
Cursive Handwriting Worksheets   9-12
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Cursive Handwriting Worksheets 9-12

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This is the third of 5 sets of cursive handwriting worksheets Letters are grouped by type or frequency, and each worksheet builds upon previous ones. The style is fully joined and looped. Top joins are introduced from the beginning, and reminders occur throughout the sets. For Y2 and upwards. Great for remedial work!
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.