A week of lessons based on compound, complex and simple sentences.
Can be used for lower key stage 2 or with a lower ability upper key stage 2 class.
Write simple and complex sentences worksheet
Identify Compound sentences worksheet
To match independent clauses together to create compound sentences worksheet.
Write simple and compound sentences worksheet.
Write a range of sentences worksheet.
1 week of lesson plans
Year 5/ year 6 plan
1 week worth of lesson plans
Links to the European football championships
Day 1: Multiple equations mental maths
Day 2: Division using factors
Day 3: Long division 3 digits
Day 4: Long division 4 digits
Day 5: European football championships
3 day lesson plan based on, “The Theft of the hammer”. Use this link if you want the narrative : http://www.odins-gift.com/poth/2stories/thetheftofthorshammer.htm
Past tense worksheet (add suffix to root word, identify past tense verbs, re write sentences in the past tense and past tense sentence challenge.
First person pronoun worksheet (Identify first person pronoun, add first person pronouns to missing parts of sentence, re write sentences in the first person and first person writing challenge.
Both worksheets related to the narrative.
Guided reading questions based on the text included.
Based on “The lighthouse keeper” animation:
Newspaper report plan:
5 day lesson plan aimed at writing a newspaper report based on the incident.
Aimed at upper Key stage 2 but could be differentiated for year 3 and 4.
Direct speech activity associated with the animation the lighthouse keeper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HfBbSUORvo
You could watch the video then go through the speech tasks.
LA: Adding speech marks (Punctuation is already in the speech alongside the reporting clause)
HA: Adding the missing speech marks, punctuation and the reporting clause.
Converting mixed numbers into improper fractions
Converting improper fractions into mixed numbers
Adding fractions with the same denominator
Adding fractions with different denominators
The 5 day lesson plan supports Whiterose maths
Identifying the 5 w’s based on an exrtract from a newspaper report.
Children must identify if the paragraph has the 5 w’s in the text. If it does they tick the box. Then they must write down the example that they identified.
Recaps some year 4 learning.
Finding equivalent fractions.
Exploring fractions greater than 1.
Converting improper fractions into mixed numbers.
Converting mixed numbers into improper fractions.
Throughout the lesson plans:
Concrete activities are planned
Pictorial representations are covered
Abstract forms of fractions are planned
Aligns well with white rose maths style of teaching.