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Creative resources and detailed planning for Primary Educators.
Outstanding Lesson Pack for Number Bonds to 5
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Outstanding Lesson Pack for Number Bonds to 5

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A pack containing four lessons linked to number bonds to 5. This pack could easily be adapted to suit any number bond focus e.g. 10 The pack includes the following: Worksheets and activities for four lessons with differentiation Full step by step planning which is differentiated and includes teaching objectives, starters and plenaries Activities and lessons which incorporate reasoning and problem solving Concrete, pictorial and abstract teaching strategies Continuous provision ideas
Year 3 DT Planning for Sandwich Making Unit
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Year 3 DT Planning for Sandwich Making Unit

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**Unit Planning for Sandwich Making Topic in Design Technology - Year 3 ** The planning contains 10 lessons and covers the following lesson objectives: Assess what I know and what I would like to learn about sandwiches Know that food can be divided into different groups Understand that sandwiches can be part of a balanced diet Carry out a survey and use a database on the computer for recording results Understand the importance of food hygiene Plan a sandwich design Modify and evaluate their design Write a set of instructions for making a sandwich In the final lesson the children will have their own tea party. The unit planning has cross curricular links to Science, Maths, Literacy and ICT/Computing.
Syllable Worksheet
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Syllable Worksheet

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Syllable worksheet where the children must count how many syllables are in each word and then think of their own words with 1, 2 or 3 syllables.
Science Unit Planning - Plants - Year 3
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Science Unit Planning - Plants - Year 3

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Unit Planning for Science Topic on Plants for Year 3 A unit plan of 6 lessons for a topic on plants. Lesson timings for each lesson are approximately 90 or 120 minutes. The planning includes, learning objectives, teaching ideas, key questions, activities and resources list. Teaching points that are covered in the topic are listed below: Understand that it is important to be able to grow plants well because they provide food and other items for us To know that all food chains begin with a green plant To understand the function of the parts of a plant To understand that plants need leaves in order to grow well To plan an appropriate investigation To make careful observations and measurements of plants growing To use simple apparatus to measure the height of plants in standard measures To use results to draw conclusions and provide explanations To know that water is transported through the stem to other parts of the plant To know that that plants need light for healthy growth To know that plants need water, but not unlimited water, for healthy growth To know that temperature can affect the growth of plants To ask questions about the growth of plants To plan a fair test To write a clear conclusion
Plant Investigation Booklet
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Plant Investigation Booklet

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**A Booklet for a Plant Investigation/Experiment ** A booklet for a scientific investigation, the investigation/experiment can be linked to testing the growing conditions for plants. Altering the amount of water/light/soil a plant has.
Character Description Writing Frame
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Character Description Writing Frame

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A writing frame worksheet for children to create their own character, this could be used in KS1 or KS2. The writing frame could be used in a Literacy lesson or used as an activity in a guided reading session. It could also be an activity provided in a reading area or school library.
Outstanding English Unit Pack - Formal and Informal Letters - World War 2
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Outstanding English Unit Pack - Formal and Informal Letters - World War 2

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A Unit Pack of 9 lessons for English, all based around formal and informal letters with links to World War 2. A complete pack containing planning, flipcharts and lesson resources for an English/Literacy topic based around letters. The topic is all based round formal and informal letters and it has strong cross-curricular links to World War 2/History. Within the topic the children will look at the features of formal informal letters and write their own formal and informal letters linked to World War 2. This pack would suitable for lower key stage 2. The pack contains the following: In-depth planning for 9 lessons which outlines the learning objectives, success criteria, main teaching, differentiated activities, plenary, key questions and resource list Flipchart for each lesson Resources and worksheets Activities differentiated three ways
Measures Problem Solving Worksheet
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Measures Problem Solving Worksheet

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A worksheet which embeds problem solving skills and application into measures - length, weight and volume. Problems include addressing misconceptions, reasoning, estimating and applying mathematical knowledge.
KS1 PE Planning - Team Work and Spatial Awareness
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KS1 PE Planning - Team Work and Spatial Awareness

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KS1 PE Planning for Team Work and Spatial Awareness The children will be developing their fundamental movement skills. There will be opportunities for children to improve their balance and coordination skills in a range of contexts such as individual tasks as well as team tasks. The key element will be for them to participate in team games and work well and cooperate with each other. The lessons will also offer chance for the children to develop skills such as balance, spatial awareness, agility and coordination. There are 4 lessons in total - lessons will last approximately one hour. The planning includes the learning objectives, activities including differentiation, success criteria, key vocab, resources needed and cross curricular links.
Science Unit Planning & Resources - States of Matter - Year 4
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Science Unit Planning & Resources - States of Matter - Year 4

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A Unit Pack of 5 lessons for Science, all based around States of Matters/ Solids, Liquids and Gases. A complete pack containing planning, flipcharts and lesson resources for an Science topic based around States of Matter. This pack would suitable for Year 4. The pack contains the following: In-depth planning for 5 lessons which outlines the learning objectives, success criteria, main teaching, differentiated activities, plenary, key questions and resource list Flipchart for each lesson Resources and worksheets In this topic the following objectives are covered: Understand that the three states of matter are solid, liquid and gas Sort materials into solid, liquid and gas Describe the properties of solids, liquids and gases using descriptive vocabulary To be able to explore differences in temperature To be able to use a thermometer To be able to make a prediction and test it To be able to investigate evaporation and condensation
Turtle Academy Logo Planning - Computing - Year 4
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Turtle Academy Logo Planning - Computing - Year 4

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**A Unit Pack of 4 Lessons for Computing, linked to the Turtle Academy Website for Programming** This pack is aimed at lower key stage 2 children and is based around the programming website for children called Turtle Academy, although the planning could be adapted for other programmes. The planning covers the following objectives: To be able to use simple LOGO language to create a shape To be able to use simple LOGO language to write initials in your name To be able to use simple LOGO language to produce a desired outcome Write the instruction and press enter to execute the command To be able to use a number of commands
RE Unit Planning - Buddhism KS2
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RE Unit Planning - Buddhism KS2

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**RE Unit Planning for KS2- Buddhism ** Children will learn how Buddhists live and celebrate important occasions in their faith. They will explore the Buddhist community and learn about how Buddhists live. Symbolism is an important aspect of Buddhism; therefore children will learn the major symbols of this tradition, while exploring the importance of symbolism in other faiths. Below are the lesson outcomes covered in this unit planning: To learn about the life of Buddha Investigate the significance of Vesak and explore ways Buddhists celebrate it To investigate how Buddhists live their faith To hear and discuss Buddhists stories that have a moral message To explore how Theravadin Buddhists express their faith To explore the concept of community in the Buddhist tradition and beyond To develop an understanding of the symbolism involved in Buddhism There are 7 sessions in total but some sessions could be split over two lessons.
Missing 100 Square
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Missing 100 Square

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Sheet which requires the children to fill in the missing numbers of a chunk of 100 square. The sheet supports the children with number formation, place value knowledge, 1 more/less, 10 more/less and ordering numbers.
2D Shape Flowchart Activity
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2D Shape Flowchart Activity

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**2D Shape Flow Diagram Activity ** A worksheet in which the children must use the clues linked to the shapes properties to fill in the answers at the bottom of the diagram. The diagram tests the children’s knowledge on the following shapes: Triangle Semi-circle Circle Square Rectangle Pentagon
Perimeter Pirate Sheet
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Perimeter Pirate Sheet

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This is a worksheet in which the children have a set of questions based around perimeter. They must use the image of the pirate and the measurements given to answer the questions. These worksheet has been previously used with a Year 4 class, although it could easily be adapted to suit other ages and abilities. The questions in the sheet require the children to use their knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication, converting units of measurements, knowledge and properties of shape, problem solving and reasoning.
PSHE and Life Skills - Money
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PSHE and Life Skills - Money

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**A set of resources linked to money and life skills. ** The pack contains the following: A worksheet on deals that children may see in shops - the children must decide if the deals are good or bad deals A powerpoint linking to good and bad deals A worksheet where the children must estimate how much every day items cost A powerpoint linking to estimating the cost of items and showing the children how much things actually cost An activity where the children must match the money/finance word to the definition The pack is useful for introducing real life spending and money to children. This could be done through a life skills or PSHE lesson.
Four in a Row - Addition Game
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Four in a Row - Addition Game

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A KS1 or Lower KS2 acitvity which can be adapted to suit the needs of the children, this game could also be adapted into a subtarction game. The children must answer their questions correctly, if they do they can put their question in a square, then it is the other persons turn. The first to get four in a row wins.