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Hello! We're creating resources for busy primary school teachers. All our writers are themselves experienced KS1 and KS2 professionals and we design our resources to be as appealing and accessible as possible.
Prometheus and the Gift of Fire - Reading Comprehension - Greek Myths
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Prometheus and the Gift of Fire - Reading Comprehension - Greek Myths

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This Greek myth retells the tale of how Prometheus stole fire from the gods to give to man. It can be used to test comprehension skills, including inference, and as a model text for story planning and writing activities. The text is accompanied by 20 reading comprehension questions. These questions target key comprehension skills such as retrieving information, making inferences and understanding unfamiliar vocabulary, including Tier 2 words. A planning sheet is included for children to plan out their own Greek myth.
KS2 Arthurian Legend Writing Toolkit: Myths and Legends
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KS2 Arthurian Legend Writing Toolkit: Myths and Legends

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The factsheets in this teaching resource can be used to suport children as they write their own Arthurian legends in KS2. The kit contains factsheets on: Arthurian characters - descriptions of some of the key characters from Arthurian legends, including King Arthur, Merlin and Morgan le Fay. Magical characters - descriptions of the Questing Beast and other creatures from Arthurian legend. Settings - details on Avalon and Camelot as well as further details on the Round Table. Magical Artefacts - descriptions of six magical artefacts - including King Arthur’s sword, Excalibur. The Code of Chivalry - the rules a knight must follow, which can be used to help generate story ideas. Story ideas - five story prompts can be used to help children create their own Arthurian legend. Story plan - this worksheet can be used by children to plan out their Arthurian legend.
KS2 Grammar Game: Formal and Informal Language Tarsia Puzzle
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KS2 Grammar Game: Formal and Informal Language Tarsia Puzzle

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This challenging KS2 grammar game will help get children thinking about the difference between formal and informal language. A tarsia is a simple jigsaw puzzle which children solve by matching up sides of triangles so that they correspond with each other, to form one giant equilateral triangle. In this case, children need to match formal and informal words and phrases. An ideal stretch and challenge activity for in the classroom, or for homework. Included in the pack are: *Two sheets of tarsia pieces *Informal words and phrases list worksheet, so children can anticipate possible formal versions *Teacher’s answer sheet, showing the formal/informal pairs *Blank tarsia sheets, so children can make their own puzzle for classmates to solve
Year 4 Spelling Revision Worksheets
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Year 4 Spelling Revision Worksheets

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Use these primary school worksheets to practise and review Year 4 spelling patterns for words from the National Curriculum spelling list. Year 6 spelling words are covered across five challenge sheets, each containing three different types of spelling challenge. The spelling patterns covered are: use the prefixes in-, im-, il-, ir-, sub-, inter-, super-, anti-, auto- understand and use the suffix -ation add endings which sound like ‘shun’ spelt -tion, -sion, -ssion, -cian spell homophones and near homophones spell words with the ‘s’ sounds spelt ‘sc’ place the possessive apostrophe accurately in words with regular plurals and in words with irregular plurals understand and use the word ‘ous’
Y1 Summer Term – Block 6: Measurement: Time – Writing Time
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Y1 Summer Term – Block 6: Measurement: Time – Writing Time

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These activity sheets have been created to match the small steps on the White Rose maths schemes of work. The questions include varied fluency with reasoning with problem solving. Children are given a variety of pictorial examples to work with and questions to provoke deeper thinking. National Curriculum Links Year 1 Number – Measurement Measure and begin to record the following: Time (hours, seconds and minutes) Maths Focus Children will explore the difference between seconds, minutes and hours looking at different activities. Maths Mastery Children can recognise whether an activity is being measured in a sensible measure of time. Children can use stem sentences to describe the appropriate duration of an activity.
Greta Thunberg – KS2 Reading Comprehension Worksheets: Famous Lives
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Greta Thunberg – KS2 Reading Comprehension Worksheets: Famous Lives

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Use these KS2 reading comprehension worksheets to teach your children about the climate change activist Greta Thunberg – looking at everything from her childhood through to her early achievements and possible future role. A set of comprehension questions are included, which tackle key reading skills such as inference and retrieval. This pack is also a great prompt for PSHE lessons, where children can discuss if it is possible to make a difference.
Pandora and the Evils of the World - Reading Comprehension - Greek Myths
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Pandora and the Evils of the World - Reading Comprehension - Greek Myths

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This Greek myth retells the tale of how Pandora released all the evils of the world. It can be used to test comprehension skills, including inference, and as a model text for story planning and writing activities. The text is accompanied by 20 reading comprehension questions. These questions target key comprehension skills such as retrieving information, making inferences and understanding unfamiliar vocabulary, including Tier 2 words. A planning sheet is included for children to plan out their own Greek myth.
Y1 Summer Term – Block 1: Number: Multiplication & Division – Make Arrays
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Y1 Summer Term – Block 1: Number: Multiplication & Division – Make Arrays

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These activity sheets have been created to match the small steps on the White Rose maths schemes of work. The questions include varied fluency with reasoning with problem solving. Children are given a variety of pictorial examples to work with and questions to provoke deeper thinking. National Curriculum Links Year 1 Number – Multiplication and Division Solve one-step problems involving multiplication and division, by calculating an answer using concrete objects, pictorial representations and arrays with the support of the teacher. Maths Focus Children are introduced to making arrays by placing equal groups into columns and rows using a range of representations. Maths Mastery Children can recognise arrays which are built incorrectly and correctly draw these. Children can recognise how columns and rows can support other mathematical procedures.
Calculating Areas: Y5 – Measurement – Maths Challenge
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Calculating Areas: Y5 – Measurement – Maths Challenge

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Calculate and compare the area of rectangles (including squares), and including using standard units, square centimetres (cm2) and square metres (m2) and estimate the area of irregular shapes. These area worksheets provide extra challenge for Year 5 children. A variety of area problems are spread across three sections, enabling you to use the whole sheet during a lesson or to select specific problems for different teaching sessions. A separate answer sheet for all sections is included. NOTE: THESE SHEETS MUST BE PRINTED AT 100% IN ORDER FOR THE MEASUREMENTS TO BE ACCURATE.
Y1 Summer Term – Block 4: Number: Place Value (Within 100) – Counting to 100
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Y1 Summer Term – Block 4: Number: Place Value (Within 100) – Counting to 100

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These activity sheets have been created to match the small steps on the White Rose maths schemes of work. The questions include varied fluency with reasoning with problem solving. Children are given a variety of pictorial examples to work with and questions to provoke deeper thinking. National Curriculum Links Year 1 Number – Number and Place Value Count to and across 100, forwards and backwards, beginning with 0 or 1, or from any given number. Maths Focus Children will use their knowledge of numbers to 50 to count forwards and backwards within 100. Maths Mastery Children will apply their knowledge of counting in 2s, 5s and 10s to solve problems more efficiently. Children can count backwards within 100.
Y1 Summer Term – Block 6: Measurement: Time – Dates
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Y1 Summer Term – Block 6: Measurement: Time – Dates

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These activity sheets have been created to match the small steps on the White Rose maths schemes of work. The questions include varied fluency with reasoning with problem solving. Children are given a variety of pictorial examples to work with and questions to provoke deeper thinking. National Curriculum Links Year 1 Number – Measurement Recognise and use language relating to dates, including days of the week, weeks, months and years. Maths Focus Children learn about the days of the week and know that there are 7 days in a week. Children learn that there are 12 months in a year, recognising special dates. Maths Mastery Children can add on a certain amount of days to a given day. Children can work backwards from a given day/month.
Y1 Autumn Term – Block 1: One-to-one correspondence maths worksheets
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Y1 Autumn Term – Block 1: One-to-one correspondence maths worksheets

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These activity sheets have been created to match the small steps on the White Rose maths schemes of work. They are for the autumn term, weeks 1-4. The questions include varied fluency with reasoning with problem solving, and an additional sheet with extension activities. Children are given a variety of pictorial examples to work with and questions to provoke deeper thinking. National Curriculum Links Year 1 Number – Place Value 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), most, least.
Y2 'gn' And 'kn' Words Worksheet: Spelling Workouts
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Y2 'gn' And 'kn' Words Worksheet: Spelling Workouts

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These Year 2 spelling review worksheets, covering words which include ‘gn’ or ‘kn’, are an excellent way to revise and practise spelling. The worksheets include 5 different activities in which children look at spelling patterns, identify misspelt words and apply their spellings in context. The worksheets are suitable for Year 2 pupils and older SEN or EAL pupils. They can be used within lessons, as an assessment or as a homework task.
KS2 Cohesive Devices: Writing Features
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KS2 Cohesive Devices: Writing Features

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This writing review worksheet is an excellent way to develop children’s understanding and use of cohesive devices within paragraphs. There are a number of activities that demonstrate different types of cohesive writing, and challenge students to rewrite passages to improve the flow. There are images to included to help inspire children’s writing, as well as prompts and partial sentences for them to complete. It’s a great way to revise previous learning, and to experiment with new ideas.
KS2 Writing Posters: Cohesive Devices
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KS2 Writing Posters: Cohesive Devices

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This pack contains five posters that illustrate different ways of using cohesive devices in writing. Each poster uses an exciting fantasy image accompanied by text boxes or word balloons, which include examples of cohesive devices in writing inspired by the picture. Blank balloon templates enable you to use the children’s own ideas. The teaching points covered in this pack are: repetition pronouns adverbials of time adverbials conjunctions There are three versions of each poster: Completed poster - these writing posters can go straight on your classroom wall. The image is accompanied by text which illustrates the cohesive device. Blank poster - these posters are blank and ready for the class to add their own text in the blank speech bubbles provided. These can then be arranged around the poster. Giant poster - a large version of the blank poster. This can be printed off in four parts and assembled to create a larger display.
KS2 Reading Comprehension and Writing Plan: The Balaclava Story
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KS2 Reading Comprehension and Writing Plan: The Balaclava Story

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This KS2 lesson plan uses The Balaclava Story by George Layton to support the teaching of story structures and plans, as well as enhancing children’s skill at analysing texts, retrieval and inference. The pack includes a lesson plan, planning grids, supporting images and unfamiliar vocabulary cards for sorting and display. You will need a copy of The Fib, by George Layton - a collection of short stories of which The Balaclava Story is the first.
Decimal Equivalents – Tenths and Hundredths: Y4 – Fractions – Maths Challenge
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Decimal Equivalents – Tenths and Hundredths: Y4 – Fractions – Maths Challenge

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Recognise and write decimal equivalents of any number of tenths or hundredths. These decimal equivalents worksheets provide extra challenge for Year 4 children. A variety of decimals problems are spread across three sections, enabling you to use the whole sheet during a lesson or to select specific problems for different teaching sessions. A separate answer sheet for all sections is included.
Prepositions – Y3 SPaG Challenge Mat
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Prepositions – Y3 SPaG Challenge Mat

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This review mat for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling is an excellent way to revise and practise using prepositions. The worksheets are divided into five different types of activity, including writing challenges and GPS sample test questions.