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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 lesson goes through (on a PowerPoint) how to estimate and measure angles. It includes some slides with opportunities for the teacher to model how to correctly place the protractor, slides to revise the different kinds of angles and a differentiated slide at the end that you can give a more confident class to do. If your class is like mine, I have included a worksheet (differentiated three ways on Word document) that has the angles already drawn out.

This is a complete 2 lessons that I gave to my year 6 class on finding percentages of amounts; they include 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. I have differentiated the work for LA, MA, HA and HHA.
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?

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!

Day 1 : revises names of shapes, regular and irregular shapes, parallel and perpendicular lines, conventional markings for parallel sides and equal angles and types of angles. The worksheet is differentiated 3 ways for LA, MA and HA.
Day 2: properties of equilateral, right angle, isosceles and scalene triangles. The worksheet is differentiated 3 ways for LA, MA and HA.

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.

An entire four lessons on algebra (solving equations) that I have used to teach my year 6 class. The lesson has 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 challenge questions 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 8 weeks worth of Maths homework. Differentiated mostly for 4 levels (Spicy, Spicier, Spiciest and Scotch Bonnet). The children can choose their own level of difficulty or you can allocate what level they do. I gave one of these to my year 6 class each week of the 8 week Autumn Term (they cover place value and the four operations). The answers are at the end to make it easier and quicker to mark.
The subjects covered are:
-reading and writing numbers
-rounding numbers
-ordering numbers
-negative numbers
-formal written method of addition
-formal written method of subtraction
-formal written method of multiplication
-formal written method of division

Here are 15 reading comprehensions that I gave my year 6 class for their Autumn Term homework. I chose these books because they are in our reading corner and I wanted to encourage the children to read them by giving them a little taster.
The Reading Comprehensions are about or the books are:
‘The Explorer’ by KatherineRundell (3 of them )
‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’ by Michael Morpurgo (2 of them )
‘The Secret Garden’ by Frances Hogson Burnett
‘When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit’ by Judith Kerr
‘Little Women’ by Louisa May Alcott
‘A Monster Calls’ by Patrick Ness.
The Importance of Reading (to encourage them to read!)
Malala Yousafzai life story
Marcus Rashford life story
Beyonce life story
Emma Raducanu life story
The reading comprehensions are mostly suited for MAs and HAs but could definitely be given to some of your higher LAs. The style of questions involve a range of skills that come up in SATs papers and I have also included the answers at the bottom of each document to make it quicker to mark.

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 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 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.

This is a complete lesson on multiplying numbers by 10, 100 and 1000. I began with only multiplication and did the next lesson on dividing numbers by 10, 100, and 1000 (year6 class but could be used for year 5). 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?

An entire lesson on subtraction that I have used to teach my year 6 class. The lesson has 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 challenge questions 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 complete lesson that I gave to my year 6 class on the formal written method of addition with up to 3 decimal places; 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?
The lesson is differentiated three ways for lower attaining, middle attaining and higher.

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?

This is a complete lesson on adding fractions with denominators that are multiples of the same number; it includes differentiated practice questions, a printable (differentiated) worksheet and the answers to save our valuable teacher time. Why not get your class to self-assess at the end of the lesson? This lesson is also suitable for year 5.

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 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 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 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.