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I am an experienced year 6 teacher selling Maths, English, Science and History resources for teachers looking for high-quality, cheap resources to save their valuable time.

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I am an experienced year 6 teacher selling Maths, English, Science and History resources for teachers looking for high-quality, cheap resources to save their valuable time.

Very easy art lesson that will require no planning!
I did this lesson with my year 6 class in 1 afternoon. It gives a brief history of David, his interests and inspirations. The lesson is a very easy to follow step-by-step break down of how to paint a David Hockney landscape. The lesson encourages the children to experiment with colour and perspective. My class produced some really nice pieces by the end -one of which I have used as the example on the slide.

This is a creative writing unit of PowerPoint resources that I completed with my year 6 class based on the book by Nicola Davies. It is roughly 20 lessons but this could be condensed or extended. The PowerPoint slides include many printabel worksheets which hopefully will reduce your workload! I have included a scanned copy of the book.
Each lesson begins with a grammar starter. The lessons explore a range of figurative language, perfectly preparing your class to write their own creative versions of this marvellous book.
The unit finishes off with a big write that should get edited and published.

This is a writing sequence that I did in the Autumn Term (7-8 weeks) with my year 6 class. The slides include lots of printable worksheets, grammar starters, word banks and sentence starters for your Lower Attaining children.
The sequence includes: -poetry writing
-diary entry
-role play/drama lesson
-letter writing
-a lesson on fronted adverbials
-lessons on setting description
-a lesson on direct speech
-planning lessons for the Big Write
-Shared Writing lessons
I taught this sequence in conjunction with the YouTube video of the book and 16 copies of the physical book. I would definitely give your class some background knowledge on refugees and why people are sometimes forced to leave their home country.

This is a unit of 15 lesson on PowerPoint slides, which can be condensed or extended depending on the confidence of the class, that is based on the amazing book ‘Suffragettes: The Battle for Equality’ by David Roberts. My year 6 class absolutely loved learning about the Suffragettes -especially as extreme activism has been in the news so much recently! You will need to buy a copy of the book.
The unit consists of two ‘big writes’. A formal letter to a Prime Minister and a short story/recount about the day that the Suffragettes interrupted a parliamentary meeting. The lessons that lead up to the ‘big writes’ all teach the class the necessary grammatical elements and writing features that they can include in their writing.
Each lesson has a grammar starter and grammar embedded into it for SATs revision. Many of the lessons have differentiation for your lower attaining writers and suggestions for how to challenge your more confident writers.
I have included reading comprehensions which can be completed in your Reading lessons or for homework if you don’t have time to get through all the reading in class.
This unit can be continued after with a biography about Emmeline Pankhurst or Millicent Fawcett.

This is a writing unit that is based on the book by Renee Watson which I taught to my year 6 class. The unit contains 21 lessons but can be extended or condensed according to the writing ability or speed of your class. I have typed out chapter 1 and 2 onto the slides but you will need a copy of the book prior to starting this unit.
Each lesson begins with a grammar starter and many of the lessons contain differentiation and detailed notes.
The entire unit is on a PowerPoint including printable worksheets.
PERFECT FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH or for the end of year 6 (summer term) before they start secondary school.
The writing unit contains diary entries, recounts, writing and analysing poetry and writing recipes.

These entire lessons have lots of differentiated practice questions with answers that have 1-3 decimal places. The second lesson moves onto division with remainders as fractions and decimals. There is a final differentiated slide that you can print for independent work or get your class to work from the board. I have also included the answers so you can get your class to mark their own work to save valuable teacher time!

These are 4 lessons that I did with my year 6 class using chapter 1,2 and 3 of The Secret Garden; this book has just the right amount of complex vocabulary to prepare your class for a potentially challenging text in the SATs. My class were finding answering the 3 mark questions particularly challenging.
The first lesson involves reading chapter (you don’t have to finish it) and discussing Mary Lennox’s chilhood. We looked at the technique for answering 3 mark questions using Point, Evidence and Explain to answer a 3 mark question about her childhood.
In the second lesson, we finished chapter 1 and read some of 2. We looked at answering the tricky ‘Yes’ ‘No’ ‘Maybe’ questions in the SATs where the children must properly explain and give their opinions to back up their choice.
The third lesson is also based on chapter 2 and involves less teacher input and more questions involving skills they have learnt. It has a separate group of retrieval questions for your lower readers.
The final lesson is on ‘impressions’ that certain words from chapter 3 can give the reader .
Lesson 4 and 5 involve explanation to justify inferences and another ‘yes’ ‘no’ ‘maybe’ questions about Archibald Craven’s garden.

I completed these lessons with my year 6 class to practise estimating the size of angles, then measuring their actual size using a protractor. The worksheet for this lesson is differentiated for LA, MA and HA.
The second lesson moves onto the class drawing angles using protractors.

This is a reading comprehension about the impact that our use of plastic has on the planet. I gave it to my year 6 class that involves inference, retrieval, basing opinions on the text, explanation and more SATs style skills. The reading comprehension could definitely be given to a year 5 or year 7 and 8 class. The answers are included at the end.

This is an entire lesson on comparing fractions that I have used to teach my year 6 class. It has a mental starter, chances for the teacher to discuss and model the method, differentiated practice slides and a final slide which can be printed off as a worksheet. Finally, I have included a challenge question which can be displayed while the children are working independently and that they can complete when they have finished. I have included the answers on a separate slide which you can use to get your class to mark their own work or just make the teacher’s marking quicker!

This is a reading comprehension that I gave my year 6 class for homework based on the first part of chapter 1 of the novel ‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’. It inludes the text, questions and answers. It was also part of my efforts to encourage my class to read the actual book which is in our class library! The comprehension has 11 questions that are suitable for your LA, MA and HA children. The questions are a mixture of retrieval and inference.

This is a full lesson with plenty of practice questions on improper fractions and mixed numbers. It also includes a final slide that is printable for independent work after main teaching. This can be printed as a worksheet and is differentiated three times. Blue for lower attaining, orange of middle and red for higher attaining. The answers are at the end. Why not save your valuable teacher time and get the children to mark their own work?

These are three lessons that I did with my year 6 class.
Lesson 1: looks at finding the missing angle on a straight line and around a whole turn. On the PowerPoint, there is a printable worksheet which is differentiated for LA, MA and HA mathematicians. The answers are on the next slide. You could use these to get the class to self-mark and save your valuable teacher time!
Lesson 2: revises learning from day before then moves onto finding the missing angles in triangles. My class had a basic knowledge of the features of an equilateral and isosceles prior to this but the lesson offers a brief opportunity to revise the features. On the PowerPoint, there is a printable worksheet which is differentiated for LA, MA and HA mathematicians. The answers are on the next slide.
Lesson 3: this is a reasoning lesson during which I sent out my LAs to work with my TA on MA work from day before. The lesson looks at opposite angles and finding missing angles in diagrams that contain triangles. There is a Word document worksheet for MAs and HAs.

This is a lesson that I used to teach my year 6 class about converting between fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents . The lesson starts off with a starter on multiplying and dividing by 100. It then offers opportunities for teacher modelling. Next, there are slides with differentiated practice questions for the class to do on their whiteboards. The answers are on the next slides so that you can quickly check their work. On the penultimate slide, there is the Learning Objective and a challenge to complete once they’ve finished their work. Worksheets are differentiated for LAs, MAs, HAs and HHAs. I have included the answers for worksheets too to make teacher marking easier or for you to give to your class to mark their own work!

This is a full lesson for a year 6 class that involves practising answering division word problems in which you have to interpret the remainder. This should be done after your class have revised using the formal written method of division. There is a PowerPoint included with plenty of practise questions for you to get your class to discuss in talkl partners. The worksheets are diferentiated 3 ways for lower, middle and higher attainers in Maths.

This is a very easy lesson to do last minute! This is a lesson that I have done with a year 6 and year 2 class. It took two afternoons (about 4.5 hours) with the year 6 class. It took us 3 afternoons with the year 2 class because they were slower at cutting out.
The lesson has slides that teach the class about Pablo Picasso, what abstract art and Cubism are. It then goes into a very clear step-by-step of how to make the Pablo Picasso cubist portrait. This lesson is totally adaptable and could be done with collage, paint, found objects and colouring pencils. Please read the PowerPoint notes.

This lesson includes a PowerPoint that has differentiated practice questions and the answers. The practice questions are multi-step word problems involving multiplication, addition, subtraction and one with multiplication of decimals (money context) and working out the change.
The worksheets are differentiated for HA, MA and LA with questions similar to those of the slides.

These three lessons on the order of operations (made for my class when home learning) contain lots of differentiated practice questions . Each lesson has a slide with questions differentiated 3 ways for independent work after teaching. This can be printed off or they can work from the interactive whiteboard (if you want to save paper). I have included the answers so that you can get your class to self-mark or just to speed up your marking process (and save your valuable teacher time!).

Please ignore the second preview image, it was distorted the Word document.
This is a non-fiction reading comprehension that I gave my year 6 class for homework based on the famous education activist Malala Yousafzai. It inludes the text, questions and answers. The comprehension has 9 questions that are suitable for your LA, MA and HA children. The questions involve a mixture of skills such as retrieval, inference, explanation and vocabulary skills.

This is a non-fiction writing unit that I completed with my year 6 class based on the book ‘The Hidden Forest’ by Jeannie Baker. It is roughly 20 lessons but this could be condensed or extended. All on PowerPoint and so easy to follow. Minimum planning and resourcing required!
Each lesson begins with a grammar starter. The lessons explore a range of grammatical techniques embedded into the lesson which your class can use in their writing, perfectly preparing your class to write their own non-chronological reports about sea kelp.
The unit finishes off with a big write that should get edited and published.