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Spend your Sundays collecting resources from under your duvet! Find free teaching resources and other publications targeted at children including fiction, poetry and language books amongst others. Feedback is always appreciated.

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Spend your Sundays collecting resources from under your duvet! Find free teaching resources and other publications targeted at children including fiction, poetry and language books amongst others. Feedback is always appreciated.
The Marvellous Mrs McToot (extended narrative poem)
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The Marvellous Mrs McToot (extended narrative poem)

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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.
Collection of Traditional Nursery Rhymes
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Collection of Traditional Nursery Rhymes

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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.
Zone of Relevance Target Smartboard game
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Zone of Relevance Target Smartboard game

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

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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
Things to achieve before you grow up
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Things to achieve before you grow up

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A great summer holiday challenge... Kids can't be wrapped up in cotton wool forever. A few bumps and bruises go a long way. There are things that children have been doing since the dawn of mankind and other things they are just discovering. This is our collection of fun activities we believe all children to be able to experience and accomplish before they grow up and we’ve split them loosely into the following categories: Go Old School Crafts & Hobbies Life Skills Explore Be At One With Nature Have Fun Outdoors Visit Animals Be Good Make Food An Experience Rely On The Weather Ride Be Around People Get Wet Have fun with your children and achieve challenges like these with them: 2. Go a whole weekend without tech! 7. Learn to ride a bike 20. Help to fix something 40. Watch a sunrise/sunset 56. Sleep in a tent 91. Draw a face on a boiled egg 111. Learn to swim How many will your kids achieve?
Aesop's Fables - 180+ short stories for you to cut/paste/edit into your own resources
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Aesop's Fables - 180+ short stories for you to cut/paste/edit into your own resources

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A large collection of Aesop's Fables - 1 per page in 180+ pages saved as a Word document for you to edit/adapt into your own resources. Stories include: THE FOX AND THE GRAPES THE GOOSE THAT LAID THE GOLDEN EGGS THE CAT AND THE MICE THE MISCHIEVOUS DOG THE CHARCOAL-BURNER AND THE FULLER THE MICE IN COUNCIL THE BAT AND THE WEASELS THE DOG AND THE SOW THE FOX AND THE CROW THE HORSE AND THE GROOM THE WOLF AND THE LAMB THE PEACOCK AND THE CRANE THE CAT AND THE BIRDS THE SPENDTHRIFT AND THE SWALLOW THE OLD WOMAN AND THE DOCTOR THE MOON AND HER MOTHER MERCURY AND THE WOODMAN THE ASS, THE FOX, AND THE LION THE LION AND THE MOUSE THE CROW AND THE PITCHER THE BOYS AND THE FROGS THE NORTH WIND AND THE SUN THE MISTRESS AND HER SERVANTS THE GOODS AND THE ILLS THE HARES AND THE FROGS THE FOX AND THE STORK THE WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING THE STAG IN THE OX-STALL THE MILKMAID AND HER PAIL THE DOLPHINS, THE WHALES, AND THE SPRAT THE FOX AND THE MONKEY THE ASS AND THE LAP-DOG THE FIR-TREE AND THE BRAMBLE THE FROGS' COMPLAINT AGAINST THE SUN THE DOG, THE COCK, AND THE FOX THE GNAT AND THE BULL THE BEAR AND THE TRAVELLERS THE SLAVE AND THE LION THE FLEA AND THE MAN THE BEE AND JUPITER THE OAK AND THE REEDS THE BLIND MAN AND THE CUB THE BOY AND THE SNAILS THE APES AND THE TWO TRAVELLERS THE ASS AND HIS BURDENS THE SHEPHERD'S BOY AND THE WOLF THE FOX AND THE GOAT THE FISHERMAN AND THE SPRAT THE BOASTING TRAVELLER THE CRAB AND HIS MOTHER THE ASS AND HIS SHADOW THE FARMER AND HIS SONS THE DOG AND THE COOK THE MONKEY AS KING THE THIEVES AND THE COCK THE FARMER AND FORTUNE JUPITER AND THE MONKEY FATHER AND SONS THE_LAMP THE OWL AND THE BIRDS THE ASS IN THE LION'S SKIN THE SHE-GOATS AND THEIR BEARDS THE OLD LION THE BOY BATHING THE QUACK FROG THE SWOLLEN FOX THE MOUSE, THE FROG, AND THE HAWK THE BOY AND THE NETTLES THE PEASANT AND THE APPLE-TREE THE JACKDAW AND THE PIGEONS JUPITER AND THE TORTOISE THE DOG IN THE MANGER THE TWO BAGS THE OXEN AND THE AXLETREES THE BOY AND THE FILBERTS THE FROGS ASKING FOR A KING THE OLIVE-TREE AND THE FIG-TREE THE LION AND THE BOAR THE WALNUT-TREE THE MAN AND THE LION THE TORTOISE AND THE EAGLE THE KID ON THE HOUSETOP THE FOX WITHOUT A TAIL THE VAIN JACKDAW THE TRAVELLER AND HIS DOG THE SHIPWRECKED MAN AND THE SEA THE WILD BOAR AND THE FOX MERCURY AND THE SCULPTOR THE FAWN AND HIS MOTHER THE FOX AND THE LION THE EAGLE AND HIS CAPTOR
Cafe Resources to teach money/problem solving
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Cafe Resources to teach money/problem solving

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A valuable & versatile resource resource which can be adapted for all ages and is only limited by your own imagination. - A Smartboard & PowerPoint resource to teach money or set problem solving challenges. Resources in £, p, $ and blank for your own currency. Add your own values to each cafe item to allow the resource to be used for ages and abilities (eg - - A printable menu to match the iwb teaching resource - add prices to to set challenges suitable for your ability levels. - Dry wipe printable to match other resources - just print, laminate & cut. Add your own prices for group work activities. Examples of challenges you can set for your pupils: You must buy a main meal, a dessert and a drink without spending more than £_______. How many different meal combinations can you make? You bought a main meal, a dessert and a drink with a £5 note. You received £______ change. What did you buy? I bought a main meal, a dessert and a drink for £______. What did I buy? I bought a pizza, a muffin & a carton of milk. I paid with exactly the correct change. How many different combinations of coins could I have used? You take everyone sitting on your table for a meal. Find out what they would like to eat and how much it will cost. - How much will you all have to pay if you share the bill equally?
Robert Louis Stevenson Novels to cut/paste/edit as needed
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Robert Louis Stevenson Novels to cut/paste/edit as needed

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Novels of Robert Louis Stevenson as Word Documents for you to cut/paste/edit as needed to make your own resources. Ideal for pre-1914 text study This resource consists of: - The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde - Treasure Island It is also available in a pre-1914 texts bundle.
Reading Questions for popular guided reading books
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Reading Questions for popular guided reading books

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Use these questions after your guided reading session. After the children have read with you allow them to independently re-read the text and answer the questions while you read with your next group. Questions are based on old AF levels designed to make children: - describe & retrieve information from the texts, - deduce, infer & interpret information - comment on structure/organisation - comment on use of language