Smart notebook activity - getting the children to write a short adventure story featuring a mysterious cave. The success criteria is largely based for year 6 children but could be edited for other year groups.
Ideal for children in year 5/6 when they start to hit puberty and feel like their emotions are all over the place. Helpful information for them to realise they aren't alone. Information is edited from child-line, NSPCC and other websites - plus tips and ideas written by me.
This worksheet is ideal for extra revision before KS2 reading SATs. The questions are about a short passage from a book called 'Evil Star'. The worksheet starts off with a simple skimming and scanning activity and then moves onto literal, inferential and finally evaluative questions, complete with a mark scheme.
A worksheet which is double sided and has common spellings that are often misspelt by children! The children have to write the correct spelling beside it. These are high frequency words that children should be able to spell but often get caught out with.
SATs style questions for children to do whilst the register is being taken in the morning and the afternoon.
There are enough worksheets for a week. I will be uploading some more.
The questions are either to do with SPAG or maths. It covers lots of different objectives and is good for revision on the lead up to SATs.
An activity to be used with children armed with whiteboards! To help children remember those pesky terms, lots of repetition, good for either a starter, plenary or whenever you need to refresh nouns, verbs, adjectives and verbs.
A science lesson to help children remember the components that make up blood in the human body. Children can follow a simple recipe and make their own blood. I found the idea from another member on TES and adapted it to suit my class. The children enjoyed it and by the end of the lesson, and for weeks after, could tell me the components in blood and their functions.