All about Mr Grinling. Question prompts to support writing a character description about Mr Grinling. Aimed at Year 1/2. Suffix activity linked to the seagulls. Font may need altering to Comic Sans.
Used for remote learning, instructions given for a task to persuade a tourist to visit Hampton Court Palace, linked to our Tudor topic. Checklist which can be adapted to suit learners needs. Picture from Google images of Hampton Court.
Aimed at Year 1/2. Used as a follow on task after reading the Lighthouse Keepers Lunch story. Photos and sentences from the pdf version of the story to support understanding/sequencing of the events involving the seagulls.
After reading The Tale of Peter Rabbit I used the topic mat to support writing a narrative independently and the phonic activity to support linking images to words that match the story. I used this for Reception.
I have created a modern version of ‘Thank you Lord for this new day’, by altering the lyrics to fit into a Harvest song. You can split the song into 2 or 3 parts.
Aimed at Year 1/2 To support writing about the seagulls in the story The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch. I used this to write a letter to the seagulls from Mr Grinling explaining why it’s unkind to steal food from the point of view of Mr and Mrs Grinling.
Can be cut up to use as a starter or activity to find your partner in class. Labels and word meanings to support understanding word classes and knowing the difference. Aimed at ks2
Here are lots of facts, images and general information about the famous Tudor House in Wales Llancaiach Fawr. I created this for a Rich Task with Year 5 and 6 to help them created fact files.
Struggling to find any KS2 tasks for teaching Macbeth, I created my own ‘Home Learning’ tasks based on the three witches and setting descriptions as well as play scripts. Hope this saves someone time!
Could use this as a cut and stick activity to observe cutting skills or you could create a Venn diagram so the children can sort the animals into 2 groups. For example, pattern/no pattern or UK/Africa. I used this for Reception
After searching for doubling stories at Year 1 level I decided to make my own. This is a word document so it can be edited and adapted, there are dot patterns on one side with a short sentence underneath ‘I have __ spots my friend has___’ This visual aid helps understanding doubling by having to complete a double domino.
I used this for Year 1 after reading the Tale of Peter Rabbit as a whole class they used the word bank to complete the cloze. You could remove the word bank to extend challenge.
I have wrote my own comprehension task listing the events of the Great Fire of London (very simply). You could delete the word bank if you want to stretch a group.
I created this resource to help a Reception class compare their home to a child in Africa. There are images from Google on the power point but it can be used as a whole class discussion to talk about an example of an African home
I created this missing words from the lion hunt after searching for ages for something similar. I used it for my HA reception groups and LA year 1s. There is a wordbank but it can be removed if needed.
Very useful for a follow up task for the story Mr Large in Charge by Jill Murphy. I used this for a Year 1 class. Word mat with pictures from Google and sentence starters.
5 different resources to go alongside the book ‘Five Minutes Peace’ by Jill Murphy. There is a word mat with pictures to support, adjectives to describe the main character, images for writing about how much Mum does and why she might need five minutes peace. Finally there are key questions aimed at Year 2 for an oracy task but can support writing.
Small images from Google for children to cut and stick as well as measure using cubes or rulers.