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Here you will find high quality resources that can be used in Mathematics and English lessons together with worksheets, presentations and lesson ideas.

Here you will find high quality resources that can be used in Mathematics and English lessons together with worksheets, presentations and lesson ideas.
Geometry Position and Direction Year 6 Block 4 Week 11
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Geometry Position and Direction Year 6 Block 4 Week 11

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A week’s worth of planning, presentations and worksheets to teach your Year 6 pupils how to master Position and Direction from Block 4 - Week 11. Pupils will learn how to plot and read coordinates in all four quadrants; they will translate shapes on the coordinate grid; they will reflect shapes in the x and y axis; they will solve reasoning and mastery problems based on all these skills with a plentiful supply of SATs type questions for a varying range of abilities. The resources are differentiated. They include plenty of fluency practice as well as reasoning and mastery. Answers are provided. All lessons will fit in with White Rose planning. Feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Many more maths resources coming soon!
Expulsion from a school of magic - an informal letter
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Expulsion from a school of magic - an informal letter

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An example of an informal letter from a pupil who is about to be expelled from a school of magic (Harry Potter/Hogwarts). My pupils had great fun with this! Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Download includes: - the text of an informal letter - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of informal letters - rewrite the letter using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write an informal letter in the style of the author
Formal Letter writing exemplar and planning
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Formal Letter writing exemplar and planning

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An example of a formal letter from a rather unruly pupil to the Head. This text is ideal for Year six pupils about to change school. Please note that the text of this letter is available for free in my shop. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. Download includes: - the text of a formal letter - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week - an editable lesson plan to copy and paste into your own This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of formal letters - rewrite the letter using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a formal letter in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
Fractions Year 6 Block 3 Weeks 7-10
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Fractions Year 6 Block 3 Weeks 7-10

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Four weeks of planning, presentations and worksheets to teach your Year 6 pupils how to simplify fractions, find equivalent fractions, use improper fractions and mixed numbers, order fractions on a number line, compare fractions using common denominators and common numerators, find fractions of quantities, add and subtract fractions. The resources are differentiated. They include plenty of fluency as well as reasoning and mastery. Answers are provided. All lessons are compatible with White Rose planning. My own class found these really useful. Feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Many more maths resources coming soon…
Diary of a Superhero - example text and lesson ideas
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Diary of a Superhero - example text and lesson ideas

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Everyone loves a superhero! But what happens when they lose their powers with their evil nemesis on the loose?! Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Download includes: - the text of a diary with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of diary writing - rewrite the diary using their own language or by borrowing phrases - extend the diary example with what happens next - write a diary in the style of the author Resource is ideal in upper KS2 or lower KS3. I’ve used it successfully in Year 6.
Diary Word Mat
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Diary Word Mat

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Hopefully, your pupils will find this useful when writing diaries and including thoughts, feelings and informal phrases. If you need some diary examples then have a look in my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/egtexts You'll find: A Diary from Mars and The Diary of a Superhero. Both texts come with presentations, lesson ideas and text analyses.
How dragons catch their prey - explanation example text and lesson ideas
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How dragons catch their prey - explanation example text and lesson ideas

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A bit grisly, admittedly, but my pupils relished the task of inventing methods for their dragons to catch prey! Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Download includes: - the text of an explanation with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of explanation writing - rewrite the explanation using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write an explanation in the style of the author This text will be enjoyed by fans of 'How To Train Your Dragon', 'Eragon', 'The Hobbit' and 'Dragon Rider'. Ideal for use in upper KS2 or lower KS3. I've used this resource successfully in Year 6.
Why our school should keep a pet dragon - persuasive text example and lesson ideas
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Why our school should keep a pet dragon - persuasive text example and lesson ideas

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Clearly every school should have one! Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Download includes: - the text of a persuasive argument - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of persuasive arguments - rewrite the text using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a persuasive argument in the style of the author This text will be enjoyed by fans of ‘How To Train Your Dragon’, ‘Eragon’, ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘Dragon Rider’.
How to care for dragon eggs - an example of 'instructions' and lesson ideas
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How to care for dragon eggs - an example of 'instructions' and lesson ideas

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My pupils loved innovating with this text and altering the instructions for how how to care for dragon eggs. Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Download includes: - the text of a set of instructions with a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of instruction writing - rewrite the instructions using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a set of instructions in the style of the author This text will be enjoyed by fans of ‘How To Train Your Dragon’, ‘Eragon’, ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘Dragon Rider’.
Instructions - How To Get Through a Haunted House
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Instructions - How To Get Through a Haunted House

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One of the most popular texts I have used with my pupils: what a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing.
Dragon Writing - Instructions, Explanations and Persuasion
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Dragon Writing - Instructions, Explanations and Persuasion

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Thrilling, deadly and original text exemplars with worksheets, presentations and lesson ideas. These texts encourage pupils to talk, innovate and then write. Each resource in the bundle contains 4 resources which can be used for Big Writing and are ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL).
Fractions  Year 6 Block 3 Week 7
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Fractions Year 6 Block 3 Week 7

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A week’s worth of planning, presentations and worksheets to teach your Year 6 pupils how to master the simplification of fractions, equivalent fractions, mixed numbers and improper fractions, and ordering fractions on a number line. The resources are differentiated. They include plenty of fluency practice as well as reasoning and mastery. Answers are provided. All lessons are compatible with White Rose planning. My own Year 6 class really benefited from these resources. Feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Many more maths resources coming soon!
Why we should go on a school trip to Mars - persuasive text example and lesson ideas
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Why we should go on a school trip to Mars - persuasive text example and lesson ideas

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An exciting and engaging persuasive text in the format of a formal letter that persuades a teacher to take their class on an outing to the red planet. Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Download includes: - the text of a persuasive argument - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of persuasive arguments: opinion; argument; viewpoint; emotive language; rhetorical questions; introduction; conclusion. - rewrite the text using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a persuasive argument in the style of the author Ideal for use in KS2 during a project on space.
The Dandini family of inventors - an example of a non-chronological report with lesson ideas
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The Dandini family of inventors - an example of a non-chronological report with lesson ideas

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My pupils loved innovating with this exemplar text by changing all the wacky inventions of this bizarre family. Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Download includes: - the text of a non-chronological report - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of non-chronological reports - rewrite the text using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a non-chronological report in the style of the author These texts are probably most suited to pupils in years 5 or above.
Formal letter from the Head of a school of magic - example text and lesson ideas
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Formal letter from the Head of a school of magic - example text and lesson ideas

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Uh oh! You’ve finally got your place at Wizard School and then you discover you’re about to be expelled! My pupils relished innovating with this text and inventing new ways to justify the expulsion! Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Pupils will love the similarity to Harry Potter and Hogwarts. Download includes: - the text of a formal letter - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of formal letters - rewrite the letter using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a formal letter in the style of the author
House Monsters - example of a non-chronological report with lesson ideas
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House Monsters - example of a non-chronological report with lesson ideas

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Be very afraid! My pupils loved inventing their own House Monsters and innovating the mischievous deeds they get up to! Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas. This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. What a good one looks like (WAGOLL). Download includes: - the text of a non-chronological report - a pupil worksheet containing an analysis of the language features - a PowerPoint presentation of the text - 8 ideas for how to use the text in lessons that will easily last a week This example text can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of non-chronological reports - rewrite the text using their own language or by borrowing phrases - write a non-chronological report in the style of the author
Fractions Year 6 Block 3 Week 9
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Fractions Year 6 Block 3 Week 9

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A week’s worth of planning, presentations and worksheets to teach your Year 6 pupils how to master addition and subtraction of fractions. The resources are differentiated. They include plenty of practice as well as reasoning and mastery. Answers are provided. All lessons are compatible with White Rose planning. Feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Many more maths resources coming soon…
Fractions Year 6 Block 3 Week 8
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Fractions Year 6 Block 3 Week 8

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A week’s worth of planning, presentations and worksheets to teach your Year 6 pupils how to master comparing fractions by using a common denominator or a common numerator, as well as a lesson on finding fractions of quantities. The resources are differentiated. They include plenty of practice as well as reasoning and mastery. Answers are provided. All lessons are compatible with White Rose planning. Feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Many more maths resources coming soon…
Examples of diaries for lower KS2 (Halloween)
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Examples of diaries for lower KS2 (Halloween)

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Suitable for Halloween! Two examples of diaries for KS2 English lessons. WAGOLL The first text is the diary of a ghost whose house has suddenly been invaded by a new family. The second text is the diary of a witch's cat who is fed up with the hopelessness of his witch. Both diaries contain an analysis of the language features to include in the pupils' own diaries. These example texts can be used by pupils to: - observe the features of diary writing - rewrite the diaries using their own language or by borrowing phrases - extend the diary examples with what happens next - write a diary in the style of the author These diaries are probably most suited to pupils in years 3 or 4.
An apology from an unruly pupil
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An apology from an unruly pupil

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This formal letter example is ideal for Year 6 pupils about to change schools. what a good one looks like (WAGOLL). This original and exciting text encourages pupils to talk, innovate and then write. The 4 resources can be used for Big Writing. The exemplar text is ideal for when pupils are imitating, innovating or inventing. Text exemplar with worksheets, a presentation and lesson ideas can be found in my TES shop. See ‘An apology from an unruly pupil’ - full pack. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/egtexts