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I have been a primary school teacher for 10 years both in the UK and internationally. I am taking a break from education in order to start my own business so thought it was about time to put some of the resources I have created to good use (again). I have an abundance of resources so keep a look out as I will be adding them gradually. Thanks for checking out my shop!

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I have been a primary school teacher for 10 years both in the UK and internationally. I am taking a break from education in order to start my own business so thought it was about time to put some of the resources I have created to good use (again). I have an abundance of resources so keep a look out as I will be adding them gradually. Thanks for checking out my shop!
Numberline scales
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Numberline scales

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A range of numberlines for use when estimating/plotting scales. The worksheets have been designed to promote reasoning and using and applying knowledge. Children will write in the missing numbers on the different numberlines. Resource can be used for independent learning or focused group work.
Personification resources
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Personification resources

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These resources ca be used to support the teaching of personification in poetry. I used these resources with a Year 3 class however they could be used up to Year 5.
Temporal word/Time connective review
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Temporal word/Time connective review

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A warm up activity to briefly assess understanding or knowledge gained. Children circle the time connectives/temporal words or phrases, from a selection given. Children then add their own examples below. I used this with Grade 1 but can be used from reception/Kinder up to 3, as an introductory or end of unit quick assessment.
Miss D's Guide to Napier's Rod
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Miss D's Guide to Napier's Rod

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A PowerPoint presentation I designed to introduce Napier's Rod as a multiplication strategy. Could be used as homework help or support for parents. A good and quick revision aid that can be edited.
Kinder/ ESL/ Reception report card comments
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Kinder/ ESL/ Reception report card comments

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Report card progress report comments for a Kinder class. The class I wrote these for were predominantly ESL so this aspect has also been included. These can be used directly or relevant parts can be cut and pasted. A time-saver for overworked teachers!!
Odd one out!
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Odd one out!

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A great thinking skills activity. Children to decide which is the odd one out from 3 given pictures, and explain their reasoning. I used this from Year 1 up as an early morning activity and also time filler. Children should be reminded that there are no wrong answers as long as their answer can be justified. I have heard some amazing ideas during this activity - enjoy!
Problem solving pictures
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Problem solving pictures

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A simple resource I created for ESL children. Children need to cut and paste the solution to the problem. All in picture format. Children can then talk through the pictures. I made this because all examples I found were in written format and beyond the level of my children.
Letters of the alphabet and their sounds
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Letters of the alphabet and their sounds

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Some sheets I used with a K5 class at the beginning of the year. Used to revise the letters of the alphabet and initial letter sounds. Could be used with 1st Grade/Year 1 lower ability children or ESL children. Good also as a formative assessment.
Measuring with handspan
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Measuring with handspan

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A very simple sheet I used with my ESL Kinder/Reception class. Children estimate then use their hand span to measure different classroom objects. They record in the table. A quick and easy resource to use as an introduction or independent activity.
Estimating with capacity
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Estimating with capacity

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A simple sheet I used in Kindergarten (ESL children) where they had to estimate which container would have the biggest/smallest capacity, then measure by counting cups of water to fill each container. A fun activity to reinforce capacity.