A powerpoint presentation aimed at Year 5. Place value system beyond the decimal point is reviewed and then children are shown how to convert decimals into fractions (focusing on tenths, hundredths and thousandths). Following that the relationship between fractions and decimals in shown. Children should be able to convert fractions to decimals and vice versa using this powerpoint.
A powerpoint taking Year 5 children through the steps needed to order/compare a combination of fractions and decimals.
Download includes a 3-way differentiated worksheet. (LA=Blue - focusing on ordering and comparing fractions of tenths, hundredths and thousandths with decimals, HA=Red- focusing on using division methods to find any fraction as a decimal and then comparing/ordering).
This resources contains a powerpoint taking children through the steps needed to order and compare fractions. It begins with fractions of the same denominator and progresses to fractions whose denominators are multiples of the same number.
There is a 3-way differentiated activity where children cut and stick strips of fractions and then order them.
A Powerpoint presentation taking children through the role of women in Ancient Greek times. This lesson looks at the difference between men and women in Ancient Greece as well as the different roles for rich and poor women.
Included is a worksheet scaffold for lower ability children.
A powerpoint taking Year 5 children through the steps needed to multiply fractions by whole numbers. Beginning with proper fractions and progressing to multiplying improper and mixed number fractions by whole numbers.
Download includes: 3-way differentiated worksheet (Blue=LA, Red = HA) and answers.
A Powerpoint that takes children through the importance of Ancient Greek pottery. The slides explain why it is important that we study the pottery from the time period.
Download includes a pot template for less able children and a hand out with different pot shapes and border designs.
A Powerpoint taking children through the life cycle of flowering plants.
Reference is made to non-flowering plants and asexual and sexual reproduction.
Included are links to videos and a plenary Kahoot quiz.
A powerpoint taking Year 5/6 children through the steps needed to add or subtract a combination of mixed and improper fractions.
Included in the download is a 3-way differentiated worksheet providing a range of challenging questions at all levels. As well as this, there are 3-way differentiated plenary questions which could also be used as follow on marking questions.
A powerpoint to introduce the steps needed to order and compare mixed and improper fractions.
Included: a 3-way differentiated worksheet. (Blue = LA, Red = HA).
This download also includes 3-way differentiated plenary questions which could also be used as follow on marking questions.
A powerpoint for introducing or recapping different word classes (nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs).
The powerpoint includes opportunities for children to demonstrate and consolidate their knowledge through interactive activities.
A powerpoint that could be used to introduce or recap simple punctuation (capital letters, full stops, exclamation marks and question marks).
The powerpoint includes opportunities for children to demonstrate and expand their knowledge through interactive activities.
This is a poetry lesson aimed at Year5/6 focusing on identifying and using figurative language in poetry (similes, alliteration and personification).
The lesson begins by getting children to recognise examples of figurative language using Silver by Walter de la Mare. They then go on to write their own poetry using some figurative language. The lesson plan encourages children to respond to thought provoking questions as well as applying their knowledge in their own work.
Download includes: Powerpoint to support explanations of figurative language techniques, challenging questions for HA learners, cloze fill the gap exercise for LA children, differentiated success criteria and a detailed lesson plan.
This lesson has been rated as outstanding.
A ppt giving children information on gears, pulleys and levers (including links to short videos to add to explanations).
Also a carousel of activities allowing children an opportunity to try to create a gear, pulley or lever as well as an online game for them to practice their new knowledge.
Download includes a powerpoint introducing the idea of archaeological questions and thinking to children, beginning with modern everyday objects and moving on to artefacts from Sutton Hoo. The lesson should encourage children to think critically and analyse the objects they are looking at as well as asking appropriate questions.
The worksheets include high quality photos of artefacts from Sutton Hoo with prompt questions allowing children to speculate about the objects.
The lesson plan should direct the user through the lesson in detail (including intro, main activities and plenary sections).
A powerpoint presentation to introduce word problems to Year 3 children. The presentation begins with simple word problems and moves on to using multiplication for scaling.
Each worksheet contains 3 differentiated activities.
A selection of 8 athletics lessons suitable for children in KS 2. Lessons cover sprinting, sprint starts, hurdling, high jump, long jump, throws, relays and multi-event activities. Many activities can be adapted if equipment is not available.
Each lesson includes a warm up game, main activity, questions for the plenary and any equipment needed. A WALT/ Lesson objective is provided for each lesson. Also included are links to YouTube clips for each event to provide children with inspiration. The lessons encourage team work as well as individual performances.
Lesson plan, presentation and simple matching activity worksheet included in the download.
This lesson focuses on recognises the importance of fossils for the study of evolution as part of Year 6 science curriculum. It could also be used for addressing the fossilisation process studied at Year 3.
A presentation to introduce of recap the idea of square and cube numbers to all children in the class. Clear explanations given to aid understanding.
Most children then go on to working out square numbers 1-15 and cube numbers 1-15 whilst HA children can investigate a statement using prime numbers.
Game at the end where children need to recognise if a number is cube, square or not.
Download includes differentiated worksheets for LA/HA.