Scratch Challenges

Scratch Challenges

After introducing pupils to basic commands on scratch they can choose one from a series of creative animation challenges. They need to fulfil the success criteria (tick box at the bottom), but other than that they can be creative. Includes built-in extensions.
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George's Marvelous Medicine Maths

George's Marvelous Medicine Maths

Maths resources relating to George's Marvelous Medicine, linked to measures and factors. I used these to engage my LA maths group in their work, to increase motivation. We read the story to support our work
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Formal or Informal?

Formal or Informal?

1) A powerpoint with examples of formal and informal, followed by a fun quiz. 2) A letter of complaint about a pizza restaurant. Children have to choose the more formal words to write the letter.
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Scratch Challenges

Scratch Challenges

After introducing pupils to basic commands on scratch they can choose one from a series of creative animation challenges. They need to fulfil the success criteria (tick box at the bottom), but other than that they can be creative. Includes built-in extensions.
helenfharvey
One sentence or two?

One sentence or two?

Get pupils to work in pairs to sort the cards into two piles: a pile where they think it is one sentence, and a pile where they think it is two. They can then write on the cards to add capital letters and full stops.
helenfharvey
Time Posters - Fractions of an Hour

Time Posters - Fractions of an Hour

Posters to remind pupils how minutes there are in a quarter of an hour, half an hour, three quarters of an hour and a whole hour. Can be displayed on a working wall during time unit.
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What Is A Conclusion

What Is A Conclusion

Very short (!) powerpoint about what to include in a conclusion for a non-fiction text such as a non-chronological report.
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Finding fractions of Numbers

Finding fractions of Numbers

These worksheets are designed as a step-by-step guide for KS2 children who are struggling with the method for calculating fractions of numbers (quarters, thirds, fifths). Includes success criteria tick-box for pupil and teacher to make the method clear and motivate the pupil to get better, step by step.
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Calculating Change

Calculating Change

2 Differentiated worksheets in which children calculate change from £1-£5 from toys on a shelf. Suitable for yrs3-4.\n\nChristmas theme. (but you could always change the clip art).
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