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I am a student teacher, soon to be an NQT coming September. Resources I have uploaded are ones that I have made myself and used in my own classes. Reources are a mix of KS1 and KS2 (this will be labelled on the name of the resource).

I am a student teacher, soon to be an NQT coming September. Resources I have uploaded are ones that I have made myself and used in my own classes. Reources are a mix of KS1 and KS2 (this will be labelled on the name of the resource).
Phonics Intervention Planning
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Phonics Intervention Planning

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Planning that I used for holding an intervention group during my training. Planning includes a variety of fun interactive games for children, most of the activities planned to be help outside but can also be used in the classroom! Planned with Phase 5 in mind, however you could definitely adapt the planning to fit other Phonics Phases through the words you use within the activities. Planning covers nearly 3 weeks (3 sessions per week), final week there is only 1 session as I had events on the other 2 sessions (E-Safety day and Circus Topic day), includes list of resources for each session and space to write notes on intervention group children etc. Word document file, so can be edited and adapted to suit your group and children.
ie, igh, y and i_e - Phonics Worksheet - KS1
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ie, igh, y and i_e - Phonics Worksheet - KS1

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Phonics worksheet used with KS1 children (I used this with my mixed Year 1 and 2 class during my training). Worksheet was great for getting the children to identify the different spelling of the /i/ sound and organise the words. Box with selection of words containing /i/ sound, need sorting and writing into the correct grapheme balloons!
Be The Teacher Task! - Column Subtraction Worksheet (LKS2 - Year 3)
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Be The Teacher Task! - Column Subtraction Worksheet (LKS2 - Year 3)

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Worksheet (I used this as an extension task) for children to be the teacher and mark this work! They need to check the calculations and work out whether they are correct or if there is a mistake (and explain what the mistake is!) Great task, I used it with my Year 3 class during my training and worked really well. Children really enjoyed pretending to be the teacher marking the work!
Circus Story Writing PowerPoint (KS1)
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Circus Story Writing PowerPoint (KS1)

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PowerPoint Presentation with step by step on how to write a circus story! each step has a slide discussing what to include in that section (e.g. Step 1: Opening of the story - introduce the characters, what can you see/smell/hear etc) and then a WAGOLL (example to model with). Fun activity for KS1 children, I used this PowerPoint when my mixed Year 1 and 2 class were writing their big creative writes (their topic had been on the circus).
Year 1 (KS1) Jungle Maths Word Problems
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Year 1 (KS1) Jungle Maths Word Problems

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Maths addition and subtraction worksheet with jungle themed word problems. Fun activity sheet, children need to read through the word problems and firstly work out whether it is an addition or subtraction word problem before doing the sum! Created this worksheet for my Year 1 maths class during my training and worked really well.
Riddles Worksheet (LKS2 - Year 3)
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Riddles Worksheet (LKS2 - Year 3)

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A worksheet containing riddles for a Year 3 class I worked with. The lesson was for them to recognise the structure of riddles and be able to solve them (a nice fun lesson!) I gave the children the riddles, then after 10 minutes gave them a clue to help, and after a further 10 minutes I then gave them options of answers to choose from. ***Answers **(from left to right) are: Zebra, Clock, Library, Sun, Pencil, Shoes)
Comparative and Superlative Adjective Worksheet (KS1)
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Comparative and Superlative Adjective Worksheet (KS1)

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KS1 worksheet activity; children roll the dice and depending on the number rolled, they will add either ‘er’ or ‘est’ to the end of the words in the table - creating either a comparative or superlative adjective. Turning a dull subject into something a bit more fun! I used this with my mixed Year 1 and 2 class during a formally observed lesson and it went down amazingly! Great warm-up activity before getting children to write their own sentences with comparative/superlative adjectives. Children worked in mixed ability pairs to complete (a child of each year group).