WHOLE WEEK PLANNING! The GINGERBREAD MAN!
Based on the storytelling approach- this is the first week IMITATE.
Creative learning and NO WORKSHEETS!!
Even the resources are ready for you including a POWERPOINT and STORY MAP!
Hope you enjoy!
Year 1 lesson on CONJUNCTIONS
Planning and resource bundle. Here is everything you need for an engaging lesson on conjunctions.
I printed the warm up activities (whole class and partner) on A3 to make it easier to see.
Addition and Subtraction word problems for Year 1/2. Differentiated into 4 abilities.
Children can cut and stick each question into their books and work it out underneath!
"They discuss and solve problems in familiar practical contexts, including using
quantities. Problems should include the terms: put together, add, altogether, total, take
away, distance between, difference between, more than and less than, so that pupils
develop the concept of addition and subtraction and are enabled to use these operations
RWI Phonics key chain. Each flashcard is approx 2 inches tall, 1.5 inches wide.
I bought circle carabiner key chains to fasten them all together. Laminate and cut each set, hole punch and then attach to the carabiner!
Sent home with the children to practice their phonics at home.
Tolsby Frame Labels
Print these twice (front and back) and put into your Tolsby frames!
I have these all around my classroom show the different stations and to show the children how many people can work at a certain activity.
I DO NOT own the fonts/images/borders.
Have this in your superhero role play area with an old telephone. The children learn how to recognise numbers and remember short number sequences to dial into the phone.
My class loved our Superhero Headquarters role play area and loved pretending to be the different superheroes!
**PRINT DOUBLE SIDED- SHORT EDGE BINDING**
Explore the Rainforest by trying some different fruits that grow there!
Students try the fruit and write a description of its flavor and appearance.
Fruits included are
POWERPOINT AND ACTIVITY SHEET INCLUDED
This lesson and activity allows children to develop their understanding of personification through a SEASON POEM. Children identify features of their chosen season and create a poem through the use of personification.
I used this with my Y5/6 class but it can be adapted to fit your needs.
Numbers 10 to 15.
This colourful worksheet can allow children to practice their number bonds and develop their understanding of FACT FAMILIES.
Children find the two addition and two subtraction calculations for each triangle and write it in the space underneath.
This lesson enables student to identify sound patterns in poems through rhyming words and syllables. The children can practice identifying these patterns in a range of poems (also attached in the files) to build their knowledge and understanding. Finally, the lesson finishes with them applying their understanding to their own poem about their pets.
I used this in my mixed Y5/6 class but it can be adapted to meet the needs and abilities in your class. The poems attached also range in length and complexity to stretch and support learners.
NC Outcome- Identify and represent numbers using objects and pictorial representations including
the number line, and use the language of: equal to, more than, less than (fewer).
Children are able to practice using the <, > and = symbols in a colourful worksheet that will brighten up their maths books!
Develop mathematical fluency with these pictorial and abstract approaches to number bonds from 5-10.
First activity is a bar model representation where the children use 2 different coloured pencils to show different ways to make the focus number.
Second activity is a part part whole model which is represented in two different formats. This also allows children to be exposed to different representations based on the same idea.
Third activity is a missing number activity that puts their pictorial understanding into practice by allowing them to complete a selection of calculations. These calculations are set out in two different ways- the first way with the answer first and then the second way with the missing number in the middle. Again, enabling children to increase fluency and challenge themselves.