A set of PowerPoint slides to aid planning the investigation. Includes pictures and information on Shara Proctor, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Greg Rutherford. Suitable from year 3 onwards. See Reading comprehension: men's world record long jump records also by joanneclarew.
Interactive PowerPoint presentation in which pupils learn to tell the time in carefully planned steps by working on the number of minutes past the hour to help understanding of digital time. 24 hour clock too. Suitable for year 3 onwards.
PowerPoint slides in which pupils estimate and add weights. Worksheets that require pupils to convert from kg and grams and vice versa. Worksheets with simple problem solving differentiated three ways. Suitable from year 4 onwards.
A PowerPoint presentation that develops pupils' understanding of the chronology of the Age of the Princes. Pupils can add dates to their own timeline and information about Hywel Dda, Owain Glyndwr, Llewelyn the Last and Rhodri Mawr. Suitable from year 4 onwards.
PowerPoint to provide pupils practice in asking, answering and writing about what foods they like and don't like to eat. Also includes a slide to provide practice in naming foods. Suitable for year 3 onwards.
Poster-style information about common 2D and 3D shapes that encourage discussion about the properties of each shape. Interactive activity 'Square or rectangle?' Worksheets: identifying faces, edges and vertices, regular or irregular and looking for right-angles. Suitable for year 3 onwards.