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I work in KS2 and love creating engaging lessons and resources for my children, as well as making my classroom a happy and positive learning environment!

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I work in KS2 and love creating engaging lessons and resources for my children, as well as making my classroom a happy and positive learning environment!
The Egyptian Cinderella (Unit of Work)
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The Egyptian Cinderella (Unit of Work)

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A 3-4 week unit based on the book ‘The Egyptian Cinderella’. Great cross curricular links to Ancient Egypt. The final outcome is the children writing their own traditional tale set in a different culture. Follows the T4W approach of immitation/innovation. Includes: -T4W/story map to learn the text -Boxing up the text/five-part story structure Inverted commas for dialogue Paragraphs Comprehension (ERIC) Similes Fronted Adverbials Complex sentences (FANBOYS) Writing a story opening, build up, problem, resolution and ending My children loved learning about this story and writing their own traditional tales.
Reading Quotes
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Reading Quotes

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Watercolour reading quotes great for a reading display or book corner! 10 quotes on a5, can be blown up bigger.
Balloon door art/welcome noticeboard
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Balloon door art/welcome noticeboard

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‘The adventure begins here’ lettering in a cloud-coloured font Balloons and hot air balloon basket to create a colourful door display or noticeboard for your classroom. Words on balloons include: readers mathematicians scientists explorers historians artists musicians writers learners sporty teamwork thinkers a friend respected important inspired risk takers dreamers supportive the future
Grid Method multiplication Year 3
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Grid Method multiplication Year 3

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A week and a half worth of Maths slides/resources. Slides contain some starters, but maining oral, counting stick work. Teaching the grid method starting off representing calculations using resources, moving on to using place value counters and then grid method/word problems. A choice of three challenges for pictorial, concrete and abstract learning. Pitched at Year Three.
Revolting Rhymes Narrative Poetry (Year Three)
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Revolting Rhymes Narrative Poetry (Year Three)

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Six lessons based around Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes. Can be expanded to include performing of group poem using actions/intonation. This could also be progressed further by using the same planning format to allow children to then plan and write their own poem to then perform. LI: To read and discuss narrative poetry. Success Criteria: I can explain what narrative poetry is. I can perform a poem aloud. I can explain what I like about a poem. LI: To identify key features of a poem. Success Criteria: I can suggest some poetic techniques. I can find examples in a poem. I can write my own examples. LI: To use alliteration for effect. Success Criteria: I know what alliteration is. I can identify examples of alliteration. I can apply my understanding to my own work. LI: To use rhyming couplets for effect. Success Criteria: I can identify a rhyming pattern. I can create a bank of rhyming words. I can apply my understanding of rhyme. LI: To work collaboratively to plan a poem. Success Criteria: I can listen to other’s viewpoints. I can explain my own ideas. I can think of the key features of a poem (verse, rhyme, syllables). I can use alliteration or onomatopoeic phrases. LI: To work collaboratively to write a poem. Success Criteria: I can listen to other’s viewpoints. I can explain my own ideas. I can write in the style of Roald Dahl.
Poetry linked to Stone Age (2 week unit)
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Poetry linked to Stone Age (2 week unit)

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Two week unit based on ‘Ning Nang Nong’ but a Stone Age take on the poem. Main focus is on language - prepositional phrases, noun phrases, rhyme. Touches on onomatopoeia/alliteration when looking at features - this could be expanded and be two separate lessons if you wanted to make the unit longer. We’ve used this as a stepping stone to historical fiction. Cold task - writing a poem based on The Stone Age Learn ‘On a Grassy Hill’ - story map Identifying key features Noun phrases Prepositional phrases Rhythm and rhyme (creatiing a whole-class rhyming dictionary) Planning a poem (with scaffold) Writing Stone Age poem Perform poem to class. Each day there is a ‘teacher slide’ to explain each lesson. All resources included.
Harry Potter Tray Labels
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Harry Potter Tray Labels

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Harry Potter themed tray labels. Including resources, subjects & blank ones. Perfect to be laminated to be used time and time again. PDF format means they are ready to print and go!
Cloud Tray Labels
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Cloud Tray Labels

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Tray labels for classroom resources and subjects. Also includes larger labels for subjects. Watercolour cloud background.
Tray Labels - Rainbow
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Tray Labels - Rainbow

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Both small and large tray labels for subjects and school resources, plus extra blank ones to add your own. Rainbow and black ‘dot’ themed. Perfect to be laminated or printed onto nice card to be used again and again.
Quest Stories (Year 5) English
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Quest Stories (Year 5) English

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A Year Five unit of work on quest stories inspired by Beowulf. (We used a short copy in class as our model text, and read the book by Michael Morpurgo alongside the unit). Three weeks worth of lessons as we used two lessons to write the story, one to edit and improve, and one to write a final copy. Please note For two of the lessons, one on dialogue and one on character description, I used Twinkl PPTs (NOT included) so a Twinkl subscription is beneficial, however you can always just add to the slides. Lesson objectives as below… LI: To write a story with an imaginary creature. (cold task) LI: To memorise a text to help support my writing. (T4W) LI: To understand the meaning, structure and features of a story. LI: To identify the 5 part story structure. LI: To write different story openings using description, action and dialogue. x2 LI: To develop a character description. x2 (TWINKL PPT ON SUPERLATIVE/COMPARATIVE) LI: To create atmosphere through my use of language. LI: To use dialogue in my writing. (INVERTED COMMAS PPT) LI: To plan a quest story. LI:To write a quest story. LI: To edit and improve a quest story.
Flashback Story - Harry Potter
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Flashback Story - Harry Potter

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A unit exploring flashbacks within stories, drawing inspiration from the Harry Potter books. Taught to our Year Sixes as a three week unit. Lessons include: Cold Task - Write a story with a flashback To define and identify a flashback To write a flashback To write sentences containing relative clauses. To use a range of adverbials. To plan my own pensive memory. To write an example story opening. To accurately punctuate dialogue. To explore the language and techniques used within the Harry Potter books (ERIC/reading comp task) To include emotive language and memories. To include emotive language and memories. To plan a story opening. To write a story. To present my work in a different way/to edit.
Egypt Geography lesson
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Egypt Geography lesson

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A lesson about where Egypt is in the world. Children identify which continent Egypt is in and looks at the key geographical features of Egypt. Children can use air dry clay to create the shape of Egypt and then paint on the features. Suggested resources: Google Earth, atlas, globe.
Ancient Egypt Canopic Jars (Making Jars)
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Ancient Egypt Canopic Jars (Making Jars)

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A set of lessons for DT explaining how to design, make and paint canopic jars. Includes: looking at patterns, shapes of jars and colours the Ancient Egyptians used. Making a jar using papermache and mod roc. Painting the jar. Super, hands on lessons inspiring creativity. Goes well after looking at the mummification process!
Harry Potter -Diary Entry
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Harry Potter -Diary Entry

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A short one week unit looking at diary entries inspired by Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. This could be expanded by using separate lessons to draft and then write their entries and then an extra lesson to edit and ‘publish’. Aimed at KS2, went down a hit with my Year Six class. Lessons include: Cold task - To write a diary entry. To explore the features of a diary entry. To explore a characters thoughts and feelings. To write a setting description Hot task - To plan and write a diary entry. Files include the Smart Notebook file, a pdf version of these slides, an example diary entry, unit targets for cold and hot tasks.
Stone Age Story Unit (Year Three)
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Stone Age Story Unit (Year Three)

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Two and a half Week (could be three weeks for a slow wrunit based on Stone Age Boy/Stig of the Dump. Children are encouraged to find synonyms for different words, use a range of adjectives and verbs, use drop-in clauses, fronted adverbials, and different sentence types and lengths for effect. Cold task LI: To analyse a character description. LI: To start my sentences using -ing. LI: To start sentences using fronted adverbials. LI: To write sentences of three for description. LI: To build a varied and interesting vocabulary in my writing. LI: To expand simple sentences to add more detail. LI: To use short and long sentences for effect. LI: To create a spine poem. LI: To use drop in clauses to add more detail about a character. LI: To plan a Stone Age story. LI: To write a story set in the Stone Age. LI: To asess a piece of work. LI: To edit and improve my work.
Stone Age Character Description
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Stone Age Character Description

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A ‘Stig of the Dump’ inspired character description used as a model text to help demonstrate sentence starters, sentences of three, fronted adverbials and powerful verbs/adjectives. Links with topic work based on the stone age. "Stumbling to his feet, the musty, stale smell of damp clung to Barney’s nostrils. "
Year 5 Multiplication
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Year 5 Multiplication

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A unit of work looking at the formal written method for multiplication (2D number x 1D number) and using a place value grid to multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000. Objectives covered: LI: To multiply by 10, 100 and 1000. LI: To divide by 10, 100 and 1000. LI: To use the formal written method to multiply a 1-digit number with a 3-digit number. LI: To use my knowledge of other multiples to answer questions. LI: To use the formal written method to multiply a 2-digit number with a 3-digit number. Five lessons with some room to expand. Aimed at Year Five. All work on slides with opportunities to class mark to reduce marking load!
Sharp Work - wow wall display
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Sharp Work - wow wall display

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‘Our Work is on Point’ display. Display lettering reads: Sharp Work Our Work is on Point and there are several different cactus patterns that can be printed and laminated ready for work to be pinned on. My kiddies loved this display and I added real succulents on the table near the display for added wow factor.
All About Me (Overview)
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All About Me (Overview)

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Topic overview and three weeks worth of plans for ‘All About Me’ unit. Covers the different Early Learning Outcomes. Mathematics, EAD, PSED, Physical, Communication and Language, Literacy/Phonics, Understanding the World. Fun activities and ideas and engaging adult led activities.