Recognising and drawing parallel lines

Recognising and drawing parallel lines

PowerPoint presentation that explains what parallel lines are, includes photographs of parallel lines in everyday life and an activity/worksheet that is differentiated three ways. Suitable from year 3 onwards.
joanneclarew
Who invented the lightbulb?

Who invented the lightbulb?

Shared reading - a report. Information about Joseph Wilson Swan and Thomas Edison. Great to read while learning about electricity. Suitable from year 4 onwards.
joanneclarew
P.E. kit reminder

P.E. kit reminder

A poster to help pupils remember to bring their kit on the correct day. This can also be used as a letter to parents. Change MONDAY to suit the day your class have P.E.
joanneclarew
Shortest and Longest Day

Shortest and Longest Day

A single-page PowerPoint that helps to explain the shortest and longest day, 21st Dec and 21st June respectively. Suitable from year 3 onwards.
joanneclarew
To, too or two?

To, too or two?

A PowerPoint presentation that explains how to use to, two and too. Interactive activity and worksheet. Suitable from year 3 onwards,
joanneclarew
Suffixes: -tion and -sion

Suffixes: -tion and -sion

An activity in which pupils 'chunk' polysyllabic words ending in -tion and -sion. Includes activity for pupils to match words to definitions too. Suitable from year 4 onwards.
joanneclarew