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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.
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.
Emotions Thermometer
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Emotions Thermometer

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Inside Out inspired emotions thermometer. Great to use for all ages. Relatable characters great to help the children pin point how they are feeling and start to use the language of different emotions. anger, disgust, fear, sadness & joy. Emotion labels, thermometer and arrow. Great to be laminated and placed on a desk or wall.
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.
Teacher Noticeboard Display Lettering
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Teacher Noticeboard Display Lettering

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Cactus/succulent themed Teacher Noticeboad display lettering. With bonus messages and ‘to do’ sheets perfect to be laminated and stuck on your noticeboard with a dry wipe marker nearby!
Marble Tray Labels
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Marble Tray Labels

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Large and small tray labels with a marble effect. General classroom resources and subjects. Available as word document and pdf version for easy scaling/editing.
Succulent Tray Labels
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Succulent Tray Labels

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Succulent/Cactus themed tray labels. Great for a cactus themed classsroom! Includes large and small labels for different sized trays. Includes subjects and classroom object labels. Word and PDF format allows for easy editing.
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.
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.
Classroom Tray labels - chevron
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Classroom Tray labels - chevron

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Colourful tray labels to make your classroom beautiful! Includes 'toolbox' tables for table boxes too. Includes labels for: rulers, scissors, plain/lined/scrap paper, pencils, colouring pencils/pens, whiteboards, whiteboard pens, glue sticks, rubbers, literacy, mathematics, science, geography, history, RE, French, DT, topic, humanities,
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
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!
Angalogue, Digital and 24-HourTime Year Three (Unit of Work)
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Angalogue, Digital and 24-HourTime Year Three (Unit of Work)

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A week long unit intending to consolidate understanding of time. Pitched at Year Three but could also work for Year Four. All activities have a choice of ‘levels’ mild, warm or spicy with the exception to Thursday (word problems) which has one worksheet for all. Also includes some starters.There is a ‘teacher’ slide before each lesson which acts as the plan. LI’s covered… LI: To tell and show the time to the nearest minute using analogue clocks. Success Criteria: -I know what the different numbers and hands represent. -I can explain whether it is ‘past’ or ‘to’. -I can show the correct time on an analogue clock. LI: To read and show time on 12-hour and 24-hour clocks. Success Criteria: -I know there are 24 hours in a day. -I know that digital time has hours first, then minutes. -I can explain what time is shown on a digital clock. LI: To convert between digital and analogue clocks. Success Criteria: -I know the difference between analogue and digital. -I can explain how to convert between different clocks. I can successfully read different clock faces. LI: To solve problems involving time. Success Criteria: -I know what the word problem is asking me to do. -I can use a number line to see how much time has elapsed. -I can carefully check my answers. LI: To solve problems involving time. Success Criteria: -I can read a timetable. -I can answer simple questions. -I can use a number line to solve problems.
Egyptian Funk song
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Egyptian Funk song

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A song written for my class assembly about the Ancient Egyptians. Sang to the tune of Uptown Funk, it mentions stages of the mummification process and talks about how Pharaoh’s were the rulers of the land. Enjoy! x
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.
Time o'clock - half past.
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Time o'clock - half past.

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Set of four differentiated worksheets to allow children to practise reading and writing time in analogue and digital to o'clock and half past.
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. "
Teacher Noticeboard Coral
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Teacher Noticeboard Coral

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Coral themed teacher noticeboard lettering Includes a ‘messages’ and ‘to do’ section - perfect to be laminated and pinned to your noticeboard for use with a dry wipe marker.