A simple coloured world map with coordinates. Children can use the map to become familiar with countries, continents, oceans and seas! Also using their coordinates skills. Can be printed A4/A3 depending on use.
Potion making recipes using non standard and standard units of measure.
Create large buckets of water mixed with paint and glitter and have fun creating potions.
Labels for 'ingredients' (water and paint) included.
Problem solving. Missing numbers below 20, 30 and an extension task with 2 missing numbers.
Taking away, subtracting, subtraction, KS1.
Editable text box at the top to add a Learning intention/WALT/Success criteria.
Map of UK with coordinates. Could be used for history, geography, maths or topic lessons.
Also in my resources, a map of the world with coordinates added.
Children could be asked to find a city and record the coordinates.
Children could be asked which city is in each set of coordinates.
A knowledge organiser to support Geography learning in year 2.
It includes, key facts, key knowledge, images, keywords and websites which allows a child to refer directly to secure knowledge and understanding.
Used at the end of year 1 as a different way to show multiplication and division using a triangle to support. Children use the triangle to find 2 multiplication and 2 division sentences using the same digits from the triangle. For my higher ability children I cut out the different families and mixed them so they had to really concentrate on what they were doing.
A great way to secure fact family knowledge and understanding.Can children manipulate the numbers given to them. Could they reason and explain how they know? Eg. ‘The biggest number must be at the front to be shared. The 2 smallest numbers multiply to make the biggest number.’
Y1 Fraction Dominoes - whole, half and quarter
A way to get your children to see whole, half and quarter in a variety of ways :) I found this resource useful as my class were getting used to the half, quarter and whole of a 'pizza' that we see everywhere.
A Knowledge Organiser to give children, parents and teachers the key facts that need to be learned and retained.
This ‘mat’ would be referred to throughout the topic. Children would be required to use vocabulary within their writing and in speech to show understanding. Key dates should be recalled.
Phonics and reading plan based on the use of letter and sounds through phonics bug.
Assessments are outlined, tricky words and reading objectives for each year group.
A great start for a phonics lead to begin writing a program for the school to follow and adhere to.
Minecraft inspired sheet to inspire children to record their own number sentence using a key. Sheet could be extended by removing the + and = and children being expected to record the whole number sentence themselves. Numbers on the key could also be made bigger.
'read, write and interpret mathematical statements involving addition (+), subtraction (–) and equals (=) signs
represent and use number bonds and related subtraction facts within 20
add and subtract one-digit and two-digit numbers to 20, including zero
solve one-step problems that involve addition and subtraction, using concrete objects and pictorial representations, and missing number problems such as 7 = – 9.' National Curriculum.
A great way to encourage some greater depth thinking within position and direction.
A few activities to encourage the use of key words. For higher ability children the key words could be removed. For Lower ability children their answers could be scribed for them and made practical using apparatus/resources.**
Differentiated worksheets. Children are required to find the numbers they need to add together using a key and to write their own number sentence. LA have + and = symbols given. Used during our farm topic!