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Currently teaching Primary 6 in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. Following Curriculum for Excellence, however resources can be adapted/used for other national curricula. Scottish P6 equivalent to Year 5 in England and Wales

Currently teaching Primary 6 in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. Following Curriculum for Excellence, however resources can be adapted/used for other national curricula. Scottish P6 equivalent to Year 5 in England and Wales
Pastel Literacy Display Bunting
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Pastel Literacy Display Bunting

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This bunting can be used on a literacy display wall. It uses pastel colours (yellow, orange and pink) as its background with some light baby blue “Modern Love” font lettering. Really bright and cute display!
Homophones Flashcards
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Homophones Flashcards

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These homophone flashcards show examples of words which are spelled differently but sound the same… I have used these cards on display walls but also as starter/finisher activities such as: giving out to children and asking them to use a dictionary and get a definition for each set of words. asking the children to create 2 sentences: one for each homophone.
Writing Instructions: Making a Potion
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Writing Instructions: Making a Potion

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This resource includes: 1 lesson plan focusing on how to write instructions for making a potion. 1 sheet of possible ‘Potion Items’ 3 sheets of time connective suggestions for laminating 1 sheet of imperative verb suggestions Link to a BBC Video on Features of Instructional Writing, using a potion focus! This lesson ties in well with Topics such as: Harry Potter A Kind of Spark Witchcraft and Wizardry This lesson is secondary to the introduction of instructional writing and relies on some previous knowledge of layout, features and structure!
Traffic Light Assessment Tray Labels
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Traffic Light Assessment Tray Labels

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These tray labels are used for pupils to self-assess work when complete. They pop their work into the tray that best applies to how they feel they coped with the workload of the lesson. This helps make it easier to identify children who are needing help quickly, and also identify those who lack confidence in particular curricular areas. Note: The Bitmoji’s are mine, however have been left in as a size guide to replace with your own!