PowerPoint presentation that provides an explanation of symmetry. Paper-folding activity in which pupils mark lines of symmetry on shapes with PowerPoint slides that show the lines of symmetry on each shape for children to use to mark/peer mark. Success criteria too. Suitable from year 3 onwards.
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.
A single-page PowerPoint with images of breakfast foods and drinks to act as a prompt for pupils to ask, answer and write about what they like and don't like to eat for breakfast. Suitable from year 3 onwards.
A worksheet on which pupils can use coloured pens to highlight: double letters, a word in a word, 'sandwiches' (two identical letters either side of another letter, e.g. ici) and vowels. They will consider the word's shape and draw a box around it, chunk it into parts using syllables, write it with their 'other' hand, write in capital letters, write with their eyes closed and speed write (write as many times as possible in one minute). A fun activity that children love! Suitable from year 3 onwards.
Single-page PowerPoint with pictures of activities that could be carried out at home. Use as a prompt for pupils to ask, answer and write about what they like and don't like doing at home. Suitable from year 4 onwards.
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.
A set of information cards, A5 in size, containing information about common British pond creatures. Creatures are: pond skaters, water boatmen, skaters, beetles, newts, dragonfly nymphs, mayfly nymphs, pond and ram's horn snails, spiders, shrimps, leeches, tadpoles, damselfly nymphs, hog/water louse, fish louse and stickleback. Suitable for year 3 onwards.
A report that explains the differences between mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish and invertebrates ideal for shared reading or could be adapted into a reading comprehension exercise.
Suitable for year 4 onwards,
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.