This is a complete lesson for Year 4 maths, including a PPT presentation with links to a game and video. It has lots of opportunities for paired work and discussion, plus differentiated worksheets which can be printed from the PPT.
LO: To solve word problems using addition and subtraction.
These are Powerpoints that I have made to help delivery of Art and DT and it is intended for year 2 ‘Puppets’. It is also suitable to use in the History ‘Toys’ unit with year 1.
I have included video clips in the presentation which will hopefully help to explain each type of puppet. Enjoy and please give feedback for any improvement.
PPT 1 is the Puppets PPT
PPT 2 is all about old toys
PPT 3 takes a look at Punch and Judy and other puppets
Comprises of 3 separate PowerPoint presentations to use with the story “Giraffes Can’t Dance.”
These are very useful for both introducing the story and testing comprehension skills afterwards.
PPT 1 is a non-fiction intro and focuses on the animals that appear as characters in the book. It will help to prepare children for the story.
PPT 2 is a home made PowerPoint version of the story which is useful if your school only has one copy of the book. It acts as an alternative way to view it.
PPT 3 is a comprehension game based on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.” Children can choose from multiple choice questions about the story.
All PPTs are editable so you will be able to tweak them to suit your needs…
These 2 PPT presentations will aid literacy lessons in KS1 alongside a “Gruffalo’s child” unit of work.
PPT 1 is the story and it focuses on adjectives, so as you progress through, they will be highlighted. A good opportunity for discussion and guessing which words they are. Ideal for descriptive work.
PPT 2 focuses on the character of Gruffalo’s child and is a good introduction to character descriptions, including what they look like and their likes and dislikes.
These 2 PPTs are useful for KS2/ Year 4 Science topic of Hearing and Sound. They can also be incorporated into KS1 topics where relevent.
PPT - The Ear LO: To recognise sounds and where they come from. This PPT shows animated GIFs of how a sound wave travels and how it gets from the sound source to the outer and inner ear and then to the brain. It can be edited if needed to block out any of the labels that aren’t relevent.
PPT 2 is a “Guess The Sound” quiz to test how children can differentiate between different sounds. It contains sound clips with the correct answer to follow. Children find this lots of fun.
This is 2-3 week’s worth of planning for the text, ‘Lila and the Secret of Rain’ by David Conway and Jude Daly.
There is a 2-3 week planning document which can be tweaked and annotated to suit your needs, plus some useful worksheets for the accompanying activities, hand made by myself. These are also editable.
This PPT can be used as a stimulus for both KS 1 and KS 2 English lessons.
LO: To describe a setting.
It can be adapted and edited to suit your needs and contains images of different fantasy worlds that children can describe using powerful language or to use their senses to describe. You could even add questions or instructions and print off the slides for children to describe individually.
The front cover of the PPT is animated and you can activate it by clicking the play button on the image prior to putting it on slide show mode.
This is 2-3 week’s worth of planning for the text, ‘Pattan’s Pumpkin’ by Chitra Soundar.
There is a 2-3 week planning document which can be tweaked and annotated to suit your needs, plus some useful worksheets for the accompanying activites, hand made by myself. These are also editable.
This cute little PPT tells the story of “Oliver,s Vegetables.”
Following the story, there are some simple comprehension questions and some recap on days of the week.
This visual aid can be used in English or Maths in EYFS or KS1.
The front cover of the PPT is animated and can be activated by clicking on the play button on the image before putting into Slide Show mode.
It is fully editable in case you wish to tweak it to suit your needs.
Ideal for instructors or teachers to train staff in schools with anaphylaxis awareness and EpiPen training.
Included in the package is a PowerPoint presentation aimed at schools to deliver Epipen training and anaphylaxis awareness to staff. It comprises of 16 slides, 1 of which is a certificate of completion. Also included is video link to the EpiPen demo and handouts for participants to make notes on if needed.
All you need now is a set of Epipen /Jext / Emerade trainer pens which you can send off for online their respective web pages for free. Sorted :)
This Power Point explores the topic of Op Art and is intended for upper KS2. It includes work by Bridget Riley and M C Escher.
The slides show examples of optical illusions and how artists use lines and colour blocking to create the illusion of movement.
Children will be able to get inspiration from the examples to create their own piece.
These 2 PowerPoints are intended for Year 1/2 History topic on Homes.
PPT 1 is about different types of homes with labels.
PPT 2 shows “spot the difference” between old and new homes and artefacts. It makes comparisons between, eg, old toilet/new toilet etc. It has an animated front cover which you can activate by clicking the play button on the image before putting it onto slide show mode.
They can be used as an introduction to the topic and as reinforcements to knowledge.
This is 2 weeks worth of planning for the text, ‘The Proudest Blue,’ by Ibtihaj Muhammed.
There is a 2 week planning document which can be tweaked and annotated to suit your needs, plus some useful worksheets for the accompanying activites, hand made by myself. These are also editable.
This is the WMV version of the PowerPoint of the same title and content. It is designed to be an alternative to scrolling through a PPT file, however it does not have the editing option that a PPT offers.
It is also available to buy on Amazon as an e-book and paperback. Please use with caution. Sense of humour needed. This is actually also the topic of a forum discussion here on TES. It is intended for children aged 5+ and can be used as a stimulus for a literacy poetry lesson or simply as entertainment. This poem has gone global and has been enjoyed by different people across the world. Enjoy
Michael KramerBy Michael Kramer1 year ago
I can tell you this exact scenario happened to me. However, the fart did not last for a long time. It was clearly audible and I became a laughing stock for the rest of the year.
JuneBy June2 years ago
My 5 year old daughter loved this and has taken a copy into school. Just hope her teacher has a sense of humor!
Jennifer DragonettiBy Jennifer Dragonetti, Pleasant Valley, NY5 years ago
This poem is great!!! I’m going to show this to my son who’s in 3rd grade and having some issues with liking his teacher. I’m hoping this might warm him up and open his eyes to the fact that, as you said, teachers are human!! Thanks!!
NalediBy Naledi3 years ago
Wow, I love this poem. It is so funny. I even used it for an assembly. I will never forget this poem.
This PPT presentation is a complete lesson for year 4.
LO: To add 2 two digit numbers
It contains links to a game and video online, plus differentiated worksheets which can be printed from the slides.
There is a starter plus paired work where children can practice on whiteboards.
The PPT is editable so you can tweak it to suit your needs.
This PPT presentation is a complete lesson, including a starter activity, link to a video and differentiated worksheets.
LO: To add numbers to 100
There are opportunities for children to practice their skills in pairs and independently and the PPT is fully editable so you can tweak it to suit your needs.
This PPT is a complete lesson including a starter, video link and differentiated worksheets.
LO: Add 3 one digit numbers.
There are opportunities for children to practice skills individually or in pairs and to consolidate at the end. The PPT is fully editable for your own needs and the worksheets can easily be printed off from the slides.
This PPT is a complete lesson aimed at year 4 children and it contains a starter, practice activities which can either be done individually or paired, and differentiated worksheets. Children can also consolidate at the end.
LO: To add and subtract tens to two digit numbers within 100.
The PPT is fully editable to suit your needs and the worksheets are easy to print off straight from the slides.