The Midnight Gang = Resource Collection - David Walliams

The Midnight Gang = Resource Collection - David Walliams

This extensive collection of resources has been created to deepen the understanding and enjoyment of the book; The Midnight Gang. These resources offer challenges to a range of abilities and include; puzzles, games, reading/writing/drawing responses. There is a board game and a formal SPaG booklet test. Different aspects of the set can be used in whole-class, small-group, independent or set as homework. The book referred to is the Hardback cover - published; 2016.
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The Boy in the Dress - David Walliams Study Booklet

The Boy in the Dress - David Walliams Study Booklet

The Boy in the Dress resource is designed as a booklet aimed for KS 2 & KS 3 readers. It can be used independently as a guided reading/homework support or shared as a half-term whole class longer text focus. The booklet is illustrated throughout to help excite young readers and it follows the story in detailed chronological order. The subject presents a challenge to boy readers in particular as it explores the feelings and growing pains of a twelve year old boy. It explores the differences between individuals and asks the reader to reflect on his/her own points of view-challenging stereotyped characters. It is a useful resource for PHSE to discuss a range of current issues. There is also a set of 'stand-alone' worksheets. All illustrations used are by Openclipart.
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Demon Dentist - David Walliams - Study Booklet

Demon Dentist - David Walliams - Study Booklet

This booklet follows each chapter in chronological order and encourages its reader to consider and talk about the text, find answers to set questions and respond by completing a series of related tasks- including a dental hygiene poster and a safe-stranger poster. This in-depth resource can be used to support independent readers or used as a whole class half-termly unit of work. For teachers who do not want to follow the book so closely there is a collection of 'stand alone' worksheets that encourage the reader to respond in a variety of creative ways including; character profiles, list making, discussion, note taking, map drawing and much more... A useful homework resource. All illustrations are by 'Open Clipart'.
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L. S. Lowry Life and Work

L. S. Lowry Life and Work

This unit of work explores the life and work of L.S. Lowry as an important English Artist. The pupils are aked to consider his unhappy life and this can be used in PHSE sessions. It is an interactive scheme that looks at the Industrial Landscape of Manchester and invites pupils to respond to chosen work using a range of materials and techniques. It also encourages discussion of non-fiction text and pupils independent use of ICT.
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Key Stage 2 CHRISTMAS NUMERACY BUNDLE

Key Stage 2 CHRISTMAS NUMERACY BUNDLE

This giant bundle of resources is everything a teacher needs in the busy Christmas period. There are a range of numeracy tasks to suit all abilities. The resources are bright, festive and fun while still covering NC requirements. They can be picked-up and put-down between other 'Christmas' activities and the children really enjoy completing them.
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CHRISTMAS 2D SHAPE - DATA PROCESSING/GATHERING

CHRISTMAS 2D SHAPE - DATA PROCESSING/GATHERING

CHRISTMAS 2D SHAPE DATA These resources have been produced to encourage pupils to recognise, locate and process a range of 2D shapes and then categorise these shapes into clear data – including TALLY CHARTS, BAR GRAPHS, CARROLL diagrams and VENN diagrams. This way of information gathering shows pupils how a range of data can be displayed. There are two sets of differentiated Data resources to process – Red Roof and Baubles. There is also a third set – Tree that requires pupils to label the charts before they enter the data. This resource is suitable for KS 2 children who are processing a range of data and have knowledge of a range of 2D shapes.
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KS 2 MATHS REASONING BOOKLET - WINTER WONDERLAND THEME

KS 2 MATHS REASONING BOOKLET - WINTER WONDERLAND THEME

WINTER WONDERLAND – REASONING KS 2 is a festive book full of thought provoking maths questions. The booklet has been designed for pupils to ‘solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems’ with a festive theme. They are encouraged to ‘break down problems into a series of simpler steps’ in order to seek solutions. The Christmas theme inspires pupils to use what they know to solve everyday problems. To answer these questions, pupils will need to demonstrate flexibility in problem-solving and good levels of numeracy. Occasionally, pupils are encouraged to show methods of working, this supports their thinking and helps teachers understand their pupils thought process. Specifically, to understand if they can; define the question, translate it to mathematical formulation, complete the calculation, then provide an answer to the original question. This booklet can be given as a ‘whole’ for a full lesson of independent work, or individual pages can be given, as ‘introductions’ or as speedy ‘time-fillers’. It would also be useful as Homework.
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The Iron Man - Ted Hughes

The Iron Man - Ted Hughes

This planning and range of activities is designed to enable MLD and ASD children to access the classic Iron Man novel by Ted Hughes in an exciting and imaginative way [Literacy Extended stories]. The activities are structured around PHSE themes that encourage the children to consider their own and others emotional development.
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MOUSE BIRD SNAKE WOLF – [Almond & McKean] Graphic Novel STUDY BOOKLET & RESOURCES

MOUSE BIRD SNAKE WOLF – [Almond & McKean] Graphic Novel STUDY BOOKLET & RESOURCES

MOUSE BIRD SNAKE WOLF – STUDY BOOKLET – RESOURCES provides everything a teacher needs to share this highly acclaimed graphic novel in detail – SHORTLISTED for the CILIP KATE GREENAWAY MEDAL 2014. The study booklet has been designed as a short unit of work where pupils consider the structure of ‘Creation Stories’ through the genre of a graphic novel [no specific religions are explored in this study]. The book is read to pupils [in two parts] before the graphics are revealed and explored, then pupils are required to answer a range of related questions through written and oral responses. The resources provided will help pupils understand and retain the story, while developing their knowledge to create their own graphic novel [extension activity]. This Unit of Work can be used as a whole class resource, independent/group work, or set individually as homework. The questions are clear and progress is easily achieved. The book used is; Mouse Bird Snake Wolf by David Almond and Dave McKean. First published 2013. This edition published 2014 - Walker Books Ltd. ISBN: 978-1-4063-4599-5
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The Hound of the Baskervilles - Arthur Conan Doyle

The Hound of the Baskervilles - Arthur Conan Doyle

This unit of work has been designed to encourage pupils [particularly boys] to engage with and access comprehension activities of a Classic Story. The version used is a 'strip-cartoon&' adaptation by Chris Mould. The pupils take on the role of &';secret sleuth' and develop &'detective skills&'; as they work through the 'training handbook&'. The work brings the narrative into the realms of a modern &';incident room' and encourages drama and speaking and listening. Differentiated worksheets have been added to encourage the less abled and some time solving problems to bring the story alive in numeracy.
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TOM’S MIDNIGHT GARDEN – STUDY BOOKLET – NOTES – RESOURCES

TOM’S MIDNIGHT GARDEN – STUDY BOOKLET – NOTES – RESOURCES

TOM’S MIDNIGHT GARDEN – STUDY BOOKLET – NOTES – RESOURCES provides everything a teacher needs to study this classic book in detail. It has been designed as a half-term unit of work where pupils read the notes first to place the book in time, then read the book in selected chapters before answering a range of questions, or participating in a variety of activities including writing; newspaper reports, poems, letters, list’s, notes, play scripts, thoughts[first person] and a traditional fairy-tale. The resources provided will help pupils retain the story and could be used to create a visually compelling display. This Unit of Work can be used as a whole class resource, independent/group work, or set individually as homework. The questions are clear and progress easily achieved. The book used is; Tom's Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce First published 31 December 1958 Oxford with illustrations by Susan Einzig. First Published in this edition 2015 ISBN: 978-0-19-273450-1
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Record Keeping Phonics: Phase 2 - Phase 6

Record Keeping Phonics: Phase 2 - Phase 6

A clear and concise record system for individual children progressing through phonics phases 2 -6. Simple collation of evidence - choose colour dot - identify date assessed - colour coded dot is marked next to known sound/word [Example of words identify child's understanding].
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Festive 2D Shape Sorting

Festive 2D Shape Sorting

These worksheets are designed for the Christmas period. They encourage children to recognise, sort and classify 2D shapes and to record their findings on tally charts, bar diagrams, venn and carroll diagrams. Merry Christmas.
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Demon Dentist - David Walliams - Study Booklet

Demon Dentist - David Walliams - Study Booklet

This booklet follows each chapter in chronological order and encourages its reader to consider and talk about the text, find answers to set questions and respond by completing a series of related tasks- including a dental hygiene poster and a safe-stranger poster. This in-depth resource can be used to support independent readers or used as a whole class half-termly unit of work. For teachers who do not want to follow the book so closely there is a collection of 'stand alone' worksheets that encourage the reader to respond in a variety of creative ways including; character profiles, list making, discussion, note taking, map drawing and much more... A useful homework resource. All illustrations are by 'Open Clipart'.
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The Boy in the Dress - David Walliams Study Booklet

The Boy in the Dress - David Walliams Study Booklet

The Boy in the Dress resource is designed as a booklet aimed for KS 2 & KS 3 readers. It can be used independently as a guided reading/homework support or shared as a half-term whole class longer text focus. The booklet is illustrated throughout to help excite young readers and it follows the story in detailed chronological order. The subject presents a challenge to boy readers in particular as it explores the feelings and growing pains of a twelve year old boy. It explores the differences between individuals and asks the reader to reflect on his/her own points of view-challenging stereotyped characters. It is a useful resource for PHSE to discuss a range of current issues. There is also a set of 'stand-alone' worksheets. All illustrations used are by Openclipart.
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Awful Auntie - David Walliams - Study Booklet & Game Board & Poem

Awful Auntie - David Walliams - Study Booklet & Game Board & Poem

This unit of work has been designed to help developing readers engage and extend their understanding of the book 'Awful Auntie by David Walliams. The unit of work has been designed in the form of a booklet. Each chapter encourages the reader to explore the language, read the text, find answers to set questions and respond by completing a series of related tasks including character profiles, newspaper articles, witness statements, poetry, punctuation, writing of informal letters and a word search. An Illustrated Board Game is also included - using complimentary illustrations from Open Clipart. For teachers who do not want to work so in depth with the book there is a selection of 'stand alone' worksheets. This resource is useful for homework, independent work and classwork and SEN children. There is also included a poem about 'Mad Old Auntie Amy' - it is hoped that this can be used to encourage children to create their own aunty poems.
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I don't want to! Resources

I don't want to! Resources

These activities and work sheets have been designed to encourage young readers and SEN children to engage with longer texts, they can be used with the 'I don't want to! planning guide to be found in a separate resource. For children with ASD there are a range of activities to encourage social interaction. There are also strong PHSE links.
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THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME - STUDY BOOKLET

THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME - STUDY BOOKLET

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a 2003 mystery novel by British writer Mark Haddon. Haddon and The Curious Incident won the Whitbread Book Awards for Best Novel and Book of the Year, the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best First Book, and the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize. Unusually, it was published simultaneously in separate editions for adults and children. This STUDY BOOKLET had been designed to challenge the grammatical knowledge and punctuation skills of year 7/8 pupils. It has a clear format and has been created to compliment the shared reading of the book. Also included are some NUMBER PUZZLES that feature in the book. This work can be presented as individual, group, whole-class or homework assignments. The Study Booklet can be used as a ‘Stand Alone’ resource as the book is not needed to complete it.
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The Midnight Gang - David Walliams - Puzzles and Resources

The Midnight Gang - David Walliams - Puzzles and Resources

This resource package contains an extensive set of differentiated resources to compliment the reading of The Midnight Gang. They encourage independent reading and thought provoking challenges as children work through the set. The puzzles help to deepen the understanding of the story, while developing spelling and word skills. These resources can be used as class work or homework activities and are great for bad-weather day playtimes. SEN children enjoy the illustrations and are able to comprehend the book at a slower pace.
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The Midnight Gang - David Walliams - English grammar test booklet.

The Midnight Gang - David Walliams - English grammar test booklet.

This resource has been designed to replicate a NC KS 2 English grammar, punctuation and spelling test. It is presented as a formal test booklet and follows 2016 guidance. However, to make the test more appealing to pupils – all questions are based on the events and characters from David Walliams brilliant novel; The Midnight Gang. This resource can be used in preparation for SATs and to identify how language is used in ‘real’ books.
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THE GARDEN DESIGN PROJECT

THE GARDEN DESIGN PROJECT

The Garden Design Project has been created as an integrated unit of work that incorporates and develops creativity, design, research and money handling skills. During this unit pupils will refine their understanding of area with complex tasks that require them to imagine and forward plan. They imagine they have successfully completed a garden design qualification and are much sought after by a range of eager clientele. They must decide which clients to work for and design a garden within a budget of £15,000. This clearly presented ‘Garden Project’ leads pupils step by step through the world of design, planning, site analysis, costing and keeping to a budget. This work is suitable for class work or extended homework.
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Ratburger - David Walliams - Study Booklet

Ratburger - David Walliams - Study Booklet

This unit of work has been designed to encourage readers to further enjoy this story by engaging with and extending their comprehension of the book; Ratburger. There is an illustrated booklet which follows each chapter in chronological order and invites the reader to; read the book in close detail, explore the characters, consider the social aspects of life in a 'run-down' council estate and respond by completing a series of related tasks. Included are a range of SPaG questions that have been compiled to emulate a formal SPaG test to help pupils familiarize themselves with the format. Also included is a set of 'stand-alone' worksheets. All illustrations used are by 'Clipart'.
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Pirate Short Stories - Reading & Writing

Pirate Short Stories - Reading & Writing

This unit of work is based on the book 'Pirate Stories&' - Macmillan. It has really inspired my ASD children to write their own Pirate stories. It compares and contrasts three pirate short stories and encourages readers - especially boys to interact and think about the writing conventions used by the authors. The unit concludes with the pupils planning and writing their own Pirate shirt story. The work can be carried out individually by the more able pupil or in supported groups as appropriate.
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