# Miss I's Marvellous Lessons

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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.

This is a lesson that I did with my year 6 class once we had revised missing angles around a whole turn and on a straight line. The lesson contains lots of differentiated opportunities for practice on whiteboards. The PowerPoint has printable worksheets for your LAs, MAs and HAs with the answers so that you can same some of your valuable teacher time!

This is a lesson that completed with my year 6 class to revise the features of 3D shapes. I would highly recommend you have a box of actual 3D shapes for this lesson as seeing the actual 3D objects will really secure their knowledge.
I have a worksheet inolving identifying the featyres that I got my class to complete in pairs using the 3D shapes.

This is a complete lesson that I gave to my year 6 class on long multiplication as revision a lesson we did in the run up to the SATs ; it includes differentiated practice questions which can be done on whiteboards (with answers on a separate slide), a (3 way differentiated) worksheet slide which you can print off or get your class to work from the board and choose their own level. The hardest level of differentiation is multi-step word problems involving all four operations for my very high attainers.
The lesson also includes a slide with the answers to save our valuable teacher time. Why not get your class to self-assess at the end of the lesson?
The lesson is differentiated three ways for lower attaining, middle attaining and higher.

This is an entire lesson on long division which I did with my year 6 class. The lesson includes lots of differentiated practice questions and a printable differentiated worksheet for independent work at the end. The answers are on the last slide. Challenge question which they can complete after finishing independent work.

This lesson is one I taught to my year 6 class. The teaching covers a range of properties of 2D shapes. Regular or irregular, parallel and perpendicular lines, types of angles (reflex, acute, right angle or obtuse), names of shapes.
The lesson finishes with the class filling out a table identifying features of 2D shapes mentioned in the main teaching. These are differentiated for LA, MA and HA.

This is an entire lesson on long algebra which I did with my year 6 class on solving two step equations. The lesson includes lots of differentiated practice questions and a printable differentiated worksheet for independent work at the end. The answers are on the last slide. Challenge question which they can complete after finishing independent work.

This is an entire lesson on algebra which I did with my year 6 class. The lesson includes lots of differentiated practice questions and a printable differentiated worksheet for independent work at the end. The answers are on the last slide. Challenge question which they can complete after finishing independent work.

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 lesson on translating shapes along the x-axis and y-axis in the four quadrants which I did with my year 6 class. The lesson includes a mental maths starter, chances for discussion of the method and teacher modelling, differentiated practice questions which can be completed on laminated four quadrant grids and worksheets that are differentiated for LA, MA and HA. I would print and laminate the four quadrant grid for this lesson and for future lessons.

This is a lesson on reflecting shapes along the x-axis and y-axis that I did with my year 6 class. The lesson includes a mental maths starter, chances for discussion of the method and teacher modelling, differentiated practice questions which can be completed on laminated four quadrant grids and worksheets that are differentiated for LA, MA and HA.

This is a lesson that I did with my year 6 class to solidify their understanding of fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents. I taught them how to convert a fraction into a percentage by finding the equivalent fraction with a denominator of 100. (e.g. 3/4 = 75/100=75%) but also told them, in the end, they need to know these off by heart. This lesson also really strengthened their understanding of equivalent fractions.
I started with a starter of putting fractions into their simplest form. Then looking at the different ways we can represent parts of a whole (decimals, fractions and percentages).
There are lots of chances for the teacher to model the method and differentiated practice questions for the class to complete on their whiteboards. (I always freeze the board so that I can see the answers to these and move the children onto the challenge if they get the answer correct).
There is a slide that is a printable worksheet for independent work (differentiated 3 ways) or can be displayed on the board to get the class to choose their own level of confidence). I display a slide with the LO and challenge question usually while the class are working independently.
I have included the answers so you can mark quicker or get the class to mark their own work!
Print off the SATs style question to stick in their books when you’re marking.

This is an entire lesson on converting metric units of length that I did with my year 6 class.
There is a starter on multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 to prepare them for the lesson.
There are opportunities to discuss which units of measurement they would use to measure certain items and to deepen their understanding of units of measurement (even better if this can be done alongside physical objects).
There are lots of differentiated practice questions to complete on the whiteboards.
There is a slide with the Learning Objective and a challenge question which I display while they’re completing independent work.
I have included a slide which has work for LA, MA and HA and can be printed off or the class can choose their level from the board (save paper).
I have included the answers on the last slides so that you can mark quickly or get the class to mark their own work!
I have also included practice SATs style questions to stick in the books as a challenge when marking.

This is an entire lesson on converting metric units of length, mass and capacity that I did with my year 6 class after a lesson on just conversion.
There are lots of differentiated practice questions to complete on the whiteboards (with answers on next slide to quickly check).
There is a slide with the Learning Objective and a challenge question which I display while they’re completing independent work.
I have included a slide which has work for LA, MA and HA and can be printed off or the class can choose their level from the board (save paper).
I have included the answers on the last slides so that you can mark quickly or get the class to mark their own work!
I have also included practice SATs style questions to stick in the books as a challenge when marking.

This is a lesson that I used to teach my year 6 class about finding the perimeter of a rectangle and of composite shapes. The lesson starts off with a starter on finding the factors of a number. It then offers opportunities to discuss the meaning of perimeter and to model the method. 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 and HAs. 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 lesson that I used to teach my year 6 class about finding the area of a rectangle and of composite shapes (we did a lesson on perimter the day before). The lesson starts off with a starter finding the perimeter. It then offers opportunities to discuss the meaning of perimeter and area and to model the method. 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 and HAs. 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 lesson that I gave my year 6 class about converting from the 12 hour and 24 hour time. Please look at the notes at the bottom of the slides.
The lesson begins with lots of opportunity to model and discuss converting. Then there are differentiated practice questions with answers on the next slides for the class to practise on their whiteboards.
There is a slide with differentiated questions for independent work which can be printed off or you can get your class to work from the board to save paper! While the children are working independently, I always display the LO slide with the challenge question so that any children who finish early can have an extra challenge.
I have also included the answers on a slide so you can quickly mark or get the class to mark their own work and save your valuable teacher time!
Print out the blank clock faces for your unconfident time-tellers.

This is an entire lesson on converting metric units of capacity and mass that I did with my year 6 class.
There is a starter on multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 to prepare them for the lesson.
There are opportunities to discuss which units of measurement they would use to measure certain items and to deepen their understanding of units of measurement (even better if this can be done alongside physical objects).
There are lots of differentiated practice questions to complete on the whiteboards (with answers on next slide to quickly check).
There is a slide with the Learning Objective and a challenge question which I display while they’re completing independent work.
I have included a slide which has work for LA, MA and HA and can be printed off or the class can choose their level from the board (save paper).
I have included the answers on the last slides so that you can mark quickly or get the class to mark their own work!
I have also included practice SATs style questions to stick in the books as a challenge when marking.

This is an entire lesson on converting metric units of length, capacity and mass with my year 6 class.
There is a starter on multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 to prepare them for the lesson.
There are lots of visuals to discuss what units of measurement they would use to measure certain items and to deepen their understanding of units of measurement (even better if this can be done alongside physical objects).
There are lots of differentiated practice questions to complete on the whiteboards (answers on the next slide -I like to freeze my board and check answers as I go).
There is a slide with the Learning Objective and a challenge question which I display while they’re completing independent work.
I have included a slide which has work for LA, MA and HA and can be printed off or the class can choose their level from the board (save paper).
I have included the answers on the last slides so that you can mark quickly or get the class to mark their own work!
I have also included practice SATs style questions to stick in the books as a challenge when marking.

I taught this lesson to strengthen my year 6’s confidence in their place value and to help them answer the questions in the SATs arithmetic like 6-4.56 or 7-4.569. We discussed that, by the end of the lessons, some of them might be more confident to answer the question using a number line and some might be more confident to use the formal written method but that they should all be able to have the option.
There are lots of opportunities for modelling and lots of differentiated practice questions (with the answers). At the end, I have included a slide that is a printable worksheet or get your pupils to work from the board to save paper. I always display the LO and Challenge question while they’re working independently so they can complete this when they’ve finished.
The final slide is the answers to save valuable teacher time!

This is a complete lesson on dividing and multiplying numbers by 10, 100 and 1000. It includes differentiated practice questions which can be done on whiteboards (with answers on a separate slide), a (differentiated) worksheet slide which you can print off or get your class to work from the board and choose their own level. The lesson also includes a slide with the answers to save our valuable teacher time. Why not get your class to self-assess at the end of the lesson?