This resource includes a poem used to show different poetic techniques as well as a power point. It could be used in any KS2 poetry class.
This poem is called Desperate. It is about s child trying to include all the poetic techniques they have learned but they are finding the task difficult. Without knowing they include all the techniques required.
Techniques include alliteration, rhyme, metaphor, simile and personification.
The power point explains alliteration, similes, metaphors, onomatopoeia, rhyme and repetition and gives examples of each.
This is an end of unit assessment for the World War II unit. This was made specifically for a Year 4 class. It contains 20 questions with the answers on a separate page.
A unit assessment is also included.
Are you teaching about the Vikings? Brighten up your room with these Viking Fact cards! This resource contains 20 Viking fact cards which can be used to display around the class as visual aids for the students. Each card contains an interesting fact about the Vikings. Teachers may even learn something new!
Because no display can be complete without the work of your students, there is also 5 empty fact sheets which can be given to the students so they can record their own information!
This is an Ancient Egyptian themed math murder mystery. Tutankhamen has been murdered! Students must solve the questions in the 3 rounds to receive clues from their teacher.
There are 3 rounds of questions covering
The questions are geared to a Grade 3/4 (Year 4/5) class. The children are given clues written in hieroglyphics which they must decode in order to find our who the murder was, where the murder took place and what the murder used.
The PDF contains all resources needed as well as the answers to all 34 questions.
My class absolutely loved doing this and I hope your class will too!
This product is designed to help children learn the suffixes -able and -ible. It includes a presentation and 3 worksheets.
The presentation explains what a suffix is and also explains what -able and -ible means when used as suffixes. It demonstrates the rule for choosing between -able and -ible and the exceptions to the rules.
There are differentiated activities included in the presentation. Activities includes identifying the correct spelling and writing sentences. Two of the activity sheets are “complete the sentence” activities with 10 sentences on each sheet. The last activity is an assessment of the suffixes -able and -ible and requires children to find the suitable spelling of the words to complete the sentences.
All files are saved as PDFs so make sure your device can open PDF files.
This resources contains 25 math story problems aimed at a Year 2 or Year 3 class. The problems include subtraction, addition, some basic multiplication, some basic division and multiple step problems.
It can be given to the students as a test or as task cards.
The resources is in PDF form.
Here is a 6 page play script set during WWII. There are 21 parts in the play, some can be combined others can be split where needed.
The story begins in a small rural village in Britain, where the parishioners must decide whether or not to take in evacuees coming from the city.
There are plenty of learning opportunities with this script and lots of key WWII vocabulary for the children to learn.
This is a presentation using the angle family; Mr Obtuse, Mrs. Right, Baby Acute and Reflex Rex! It is a fun way to help students remember the different types of angles. The last slide contains a quick review of what they learned. The worksheet contains 6 different angles. The children must first name the angles. Then, estimate their size and finally measure them using a protractor. I would recommend using these resources with Year 4 or Year 5.
This Viking Quest is designed to be a cross-curricular link between humanities and maths. There are 30 word problems for the students to solve, covering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
There are 3 rounds of questions which they must solve. Once they solve the questions they are given clues written in runes. They must solve these clues in order to stop a Viking attack on the Anglo-Saxons. All answers are provided as well as teacher instructions.
Children can work independently or as part of a group.
The questions are suited to a Year 4 or 5 class.
My class absolutely love these puzzle and I hope your class will enjoy it too.
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This is a pack of worksheets, flash cards and a game to help practice words containing magic e. In total, the pack contains 37 printable pages. See below exactly what the pack contains.
a + magic e
i + magic e
u + magic e
o + magic e
For each vowel sound there are 6 worksheets.
Create a magic e word from a CVC word
Spelling list, read- cover- write practice
Match the word to the picture
Write the correct word under the picture
Choose a word to complete the sentence
Read the paragraph and identify words containing the vowel and magic e
There are 16 flashcards containing the original word and the new word after the magic e.
There are two worksheets designed to access students once they have learned all the vowels with magic e.
There is also an interactive game that can be played with 2-6 players.
This product is designed to help children learn the suffix -ment. It includes a presentation and a worksheet.
The presentation explains what a suffix is and also explains what -ment means when used as a suffix.
There are differentiated activities included on the presentation. Activities include, matching the word to the meaning, dictionary work and writing sentences. The activity sheet is a “complete the sentence” activity with 10 sentences. Answers are provided
All files are saved as PDFs so make sure your device can open PDF files.
What better way to practice times tables than with a game of BINGO!
This resource helps students practice the 2, 5 and 10 times tables. The bingo cards are 4 squares X 4 squares with one free space in each. The cards are saved as a PDF with two cards per page.
There are enough cards for 30 students to play.
There is also a checklist for teachers so you know which numbers you have already called.
I recommend that the cards are printed, cut and laminated so they can be used multiple times. Students can use a board marker on the lamination film.
This power point explains what a prefix is. It gives the opportunity for students to brainstorm words that contain the prefix il- before directing them via QR code to Quizlet to practice words with beginning with il-. If you are not familiar with Quizlet is allows the children to practice the words interactively on flashcards, test if they can spell the words correctly by playing the game Gravity and also allows them to match the meaning to the word. It is an excellent website which the class always.
This is resource contains an exercise that gets the children to practice using a ruler; as well as a presentation on converting units of measure.
The worksheet asks students to measure the lines with their rulers. They then must convert from cm to mm. As an extension at the end, they are required to draw their own lines based on a length given in centimetres.
The presentation goes through how to convert from mm to cm, and from cm to m. There are exercised along the way to get the children practicing.
This lesson is suited for a Year 4 class or could be used for revision with Year 5.
The answers to the lengths are also included.
This resource helps children identify nouns, adjectives, adverbs and verbs. It contains 4 posters (adjectives, adverbs, nouns and verbs) and two worksheets. The first worksheet explains what each type of word is before testing the children with the activity. There is an extension at the end of the sheet for students to practice putting the words in sentences. The second worksheet is like the concept of colour by numbers but instead it is colour by word class.
This is a play script I used for a Year 4 class assembly. The theme is Persistence and is centered around authors, specifically Roald Dahl, J.K Rowling and Dr. Seuss. It is a perfect play to use for Book Week. The performance has a cast of 24 students (parts can be combined or split if needed). The play lasts around 30 minutes and includes two songs and a dance routine. The different roles gives opportunities to all students from the dramatic ones to the more reserved. I hope your class enjoys it as much as mine did!
This resource will help your class become familiar with Viking runes. It gives them different messages in runes which they use their key to decode.
Check out my Vikings Math Quest if you like this resource.
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