The Marvellous Mrs McToot (extended narrative poem)

The Marvellous Mrs McToot (extended narrative poem)

This is the story of Mrs McToot, and the musical instrument she keeps in her boot. She’s tall and pretty, caring and kind; Perfect in fact, with the cleverest mind! To look, you may think that she doesn’t impress, In her Wellington boots and flowery dress - But never before have you seen such a flute, As the one in the wellies of Mrs McToot! Don't let first impressions fool you, there is much more than meets the eye to Mrs McToot! With the help of the magical flute which she keeps in her wellington boots; fun, adventure and a few surprises are guaranteed. Additional teaching resources to accompany the text are also included. This text is also available in a great value bundle.
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Collection of Traditional Nursery Rhymes

Collection of Traditional Nursery Rhymes

This collection of classic nursery rhymes comprises over 60 pages of traditional nursery rhymes which have been enjoyed by children for many generations. You'll enjoy reliving and sharing these popular favourites as much as the tiddlers will enjoy hearing them for the very first time.
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Zone of Relevance Target Smartboard game

Zone of Relevance Target Smartboard game

Ideas for using the target game - Choose text, image or short film clip - Focus on a specific aspect related to your learning objective or focus for the activity e.g. character, setting etc - Explain the purpose of the target board. The centre area of the board is the most relevant/most suited with the outer ring being the least relevant. - Agree and drag the adjectives into the sections of the target you beleive to be most suitable.,
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'Where's My Lolly-Pop?'  EAL/Vocabulary game for Smartboard

'Where's My Lolly-Pop?' EAL/Vocabulary game for Smartboard

A game to aid memory and practice vocabulary. Children play in teams (red, blue, yellow, green & pink). Children take turns to try and find their lolly-pop practising the vocabulary. "Is my lollypop behind....the pencil? Game/Vocabulary sets include Classroom Objects Fruit Animals Vehicles Household Objects Verbs Clothes Musical Instruments Food Shapes Plus - Bank template to add your own images/vocabulary sets
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Favourite Counting Songs

Favourite Counting Songs

A collection of well known counting songs for Early Years Contents The animals went in 2 by 2 5 little ducks went swimming one day 5 little monkeys jumping on the bed 5 little speckled frogs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Once I caught a fish alive 1 man went to mow, went to mow a meadow 1, 2, buckle my shoe 5 currant buns in a baker's shop Ten fat sausages There were 10 in the bed This old man, he played 1 When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears The Pirate Song 5 Little Firemen 5 little men in a flying saucer
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Shakespeare Tragedies (10 Plays) as Text Documents

Shakespeare Tragedies (10 Plays) as Text Documents

Collection of Shakespere's Tragedies (10 plays) as text documents for you to copy/paste/edit as you need to make resources: Antony and Cleopatra. Coriolanus. Hamlet. Julius Caesar. King Lear. Macbeth. Othello. Romeo and Juliet Timon of Athens Titus Andronicus
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All Shakespere's Comedies (17 play scripts) as Text Documents

All Shakespere's Comedies (17 play scripts) as Text Documents

17 Shakespere Plays saved as text documents for you to copy and paste into presentations, worksheets etc, A Midsummer Night's Dream All's Well That Ends Well As You Like It Cymbeline Loves Labour's Lost Measure For Measure Much Ado About Nothing Pericles, Prince Of Tyre The Comedy Of Errors The Merchant Of Venice The Merry Wives of Windsor The Taming Of The Shrew The Tempest The Two Gentlemen of Verona The Winter's Tale Troilus And Cressida Twelfth Night
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All-in-One Smartboard Maths resources

All-in-One Smartboard Maths resources

The most useful all-round Smartboard resource you'll probably ever use for teaching Primary Maths. Interactive resources for all sorts of maths topics including money, place value which can be used and adapted to suit your lesson as well as everyday resources such as squared paper, random number generators and a timer. OVER 60 PAGES OF RESOURCES No more messing around each morning, open the document and get going. You can add you own resources too.
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Questions to develop independent & creative thinking

Questions to develop independent & creative thinking

A great resource for educators and parents. Thinking about questions is a great way to develop thinking skills. Some questions may be answered in seconds and others may start debates which last for days. Some of these questions make us think about peoples place in the world (72 - If humans eat animals, why don’t we allow animals to eat humans?), others question what we know (125 - Are clouds alive?), which others are just downright pointless (17 - If you had to have either a moustache or a beard, which would you choose?). Each question however will exercise brains. The most important thing to remember is to support the reasons for your answer by explaining your arguments It is important to know that there are no right answer to any of these questions. Also you are also invited to go off at tangents and interpret each question as you wish. An interesting approach could be to think out what would be the positive aspects of your argument, the negative aspects of the argument and would be other interesting points to consider. For example: (Q91) How would life be different if money grew on trees? Positive: - Everyone would have access to money. - No one would be poor. - You could plant more trees. Negative: - Would money be worth less is there was more of it? - If money grew outdoors, would people be more likely to steel it from your tree? Interesting: - Who would own the trees? - Would different trees grow different values of money? (Q128) What would happen if all cars were the same color? Positive: - Choosing a car would be easier. - With fewer options to manufacture, cars would be easier to manufacture and cheaper. - Repairing damage would be easier. Negative: - Emergency services vehicles may not be obvious. - It would be difficult to find your car in a car park. - It would be boring. - It would be difficult for police to track criminals. Interesting: - People could customise their cars with interesting patterns to make them stand out. - Would cars be customized in different ways?
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English > German: Numbers & Colours Vocabulary Books

English > German: Numbers & Colours Vocabulary Books

2 simple books for KS1 and KS2 children which can also be printed for displays. Learn and practice numbers and colours in both English and German with words written in both languages. Number books also contains words and numerals with helpful pictures. ** Also available in the heavily discounted "Simple Language Books > Numbers & Colours" bundle. **
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