A clear and well presented non fiction text that focuses on Central London and some of her landmarks. The questions examine a child’s understanding and inference skills and cover a range of the assessment criteria for the updated National Curriculum. Perfect as part of a series of work on the nation’s capital.
A high quality ppt with information about 39 influential people. Each school week learn about and discuss a writer, leader or activist from history. In age of debate about race relations and a balanced and broad curriculum this fantastic resource gives a weekly guide to someone who has had real impact. Including Martin Luther King, Charles Darwin and Marie Curie this ppt is a who’s who of influential figures.
This is a fantastic full terms worth of planning for WLTGO, complete with non-fiction and vocabulary guidance this plan breaks the book down into weekly studies and highlights how much needs to be read before the next week. It took many hours to put together and is sure to save you many more! Enjoy!
A 5 week step by step guide to Journey to the River Sea by Iva Ibbotson including Non Fiction links. Colour coded day by day guide to with activities explained and assessment opportunities highlighted.
A set of plans and resources for the Vashti Hardy book, Brightstorm. These plans have been taught to an able Year 5 class, however could easily be adapted to suit any KS2 class. This will save a you a lots of time in the planning and preparing of lessons.
19 Different Reading activities, comprehensions and lesson ideas all focused on an advert or film clip from the last few years. Including the now world renowned John Lewis adverts, The Polar Express, Sainsbury’s trenches advert from 2017 and many many others, this pack will help reignite the spirit of Christmas in your lessons!
A range of 20 Non Fiction book front covers perfect for displays and feature hunting lessons!
A huge selection of Early Morning Activities covering Maths, Reading, RICS, philosophy for children and many other things. These wonderful resources covering dozens of pages have been formatted neatly and will provide you with an instant bank of material to reach to when time is short. You won’t be disappointed.
A ppt explaining the birth, life, achievements and death of one of the world’s greatest explorers and defeater of the Spanish Armada in 1588. Fact checked information, maps and pictures add to a detailed text.
A detailed powerpoint explaining the early life, career and achievements of the hugely talented Neil Gaiman. Perfect for author studies in reading or English lessons.
A range of materials that can be used to support the design of Native American and Pacific Islander Totem Poles. With examples of existing poles and cut outs and design tools this really is everything you need.
A vast collection of the front cover and opening pages of some of the most loved books of the last few years. Featuring mainstays of KS2 reading shelves, this is a wonderful, quick to create display that will save you hours of downloading and formatting.
An attractively designed 9 question board where children have to either finish the sentence or answer a question relating to Maz Evans’ Who Let the Gods Out. Great way to recap the story at the end and to check comprehension knowledge quickly across the class.
40 Pages of Whole Class Reading resources! This is a pick up and go activity pack with supporting sheets, work examples and easy to follow explanations. These activities included in this pack will keep your class busy for at least half a term and take the stress out of planning. This item has already been downloaded over 100 times on other platforms and I am pleased to offer it as a discounted price here!
High quality images with titles of all the major Ancient Greek Gods and Goddesses. Perfect for adding detail to your classroom and supporting learners.
An earlier or later historical timeline game that uses key events from world history to recap and plot events for children. Using an interesting page format and high quality images this is a great way to test your learners prior knowledge.