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My focus is always on creating resources you need to teach nd practice individual learning steps. The aim is to ensure there are no learning gaps which can often limit progression. Having spent hours searching to find these resources myself, I have all too often ended up making them myself.

My focus is always on creating resources you need to teach nd practice individual learning steps. The aim is to ensure there are no learning gaps which can often limit progression. Having spent hours searching to find these resources myself, I have all too often ended up making them myself.
KS2 maths - Addition - add two 2 digit numbers crossing the tens boundary
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KS2 maths - Addition - add two 2 digit numbers crossing the tens boundary

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A lesson worksheet to practise a specific learning step which can be used with any teaching method. A lesson worksheet consisting of six initial questions that focus on adding a two digit number to a two digit number that cross the tens boundary. Also contains a further six questions for pupils who may have misconceptions. Finally, a challenge question to allow pupils to use this skill in a more open ended task. Two answer sheets are included: One with all answers correct and one with a deliberate mistake (one per each set of six questions) which is great for self-marking, allowing for teacher and/or pupil assessment.
KS2 literacy - punctuation - add full stops and capital letters to fiction narrative paragraph
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KS2 literacy - punctuation - add full stops and capital letters to fiction narrative paragraph

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An editing exercise to practise adding capital letters; or full stops and capital letters to a narrative. This is aimed at KS2 pupils who need further practise with this skill or for those who need practise using full stops and capital letters with a variety of sentences and/or in paragraphs. Pupils edit a pre-written text with a counter at the bottom to let them know how many they are looking for. Worksheets are split into the two skills to allow for differentiation. Answer sheets are included.
KS2 maths - addition - add a teen number to a two digit number without crossing the tens boundary
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KS2 maths - addition - add a teen number to a two digit number without crossing the tens boundary

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A lesson worksheet to practise very specific learning step which can be used with any teaching method. Activity consists of six initial questions that focus on adding a teen number to a two digit number without crossing the tens boundaries in the units column. Also contains a further six questions for pupils who may still have misconceptions. Finally, a challenge question to allow pupils to use this skill in a different context. Two answer sheets are included. One with all answers correct. One with a deliberate mistake (one per each set of six questions) which is great for self-marking, allowing for teacher and/or pupil assessment.
KS2 maths - Addition - add a single digit to a two digit number crossing the tens boundary
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KS2 maths - Addition - add a single digit to a two digit number crossing the tens boundary

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A lesson worksheet to practise a specific learning step which can be used with any teaching method. A lesson worksheet consisting of six initial questions that focus on adding a single digit to a two digit number. Also contains a further six questions for students who may have misconceptions. Finally, a challenge question to allow pupils to use this skill in a more open ended task. Two answer sheets are included. One with all answers correct. One with a deliberate mistake (one per each set of six questions) which is great for self-marking, allowing for teacher and/or pupil assessment.