Stone age links Instruction writing year 3/4

Stone age links Instruction writing year 3/4

Year 3/4 planning (4 days) Outdoor learning links - lighting a fire. Book link - Stoneage Boy lesson 1: introduction to instructions playing snakes and ladders. Lesson 2: Make a fire Lesson 3: changing verbs Lesson 4: writing instructions on how to make a fire. Planning includes PPT, adult direction. starter, plenary. detailed
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Outstanding Lesson Coordinates year 3/4

Outstanding Lesson Coordinates year 3/4

Clear and easy to follow lesson plan. Children were really involved and thoroughly enjoyed task. This lesson is taught using the split start method where different groups go off at different times (Observer loved this approach as meant each group was pushed.) Prior set up is the masking tape coordinate grid on the floor - when group were sent of to label grid and struggles was great learning point showing children development. Really enjoyed teaching lesson - hope you will too! All resources/ PPT/ worksheets included. Adult support and differentiation listed on planning.
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Growth Mindset display

Growth Mindset display

I made the brain 3d by stapling and stuffing with tissue. (Blow it up to a3 or bigger!) I used the original a4 print to create lettering for the display.
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Outstanding school foundation subject assessment  skills ladders inc science year 1 - Year 6

Outstanding school foundation subject assessment skills ladders inc science year 1 - Year 6

Skills ladders are used to assess the teaching of the new curriculum and the children's development in the subject. The skills are to be highlighted as completed termly. These results are then handed to the subject leaders to action next steps and ensure progression in each subject. Milestone 1 = KS1 Milestone 2 = Year 3 + 4 Milestone 3 = Year 5 + 6 Skills ladders included, cover every subject and skills that are in the new curriculum.
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Year 3 Planning - Religious leaders 6 lessons + resources

Year 3 Planning - Religious leaders 6 lessons + resources

Lesson objectives: 1- To identify key religious leaders 2/3 - To identify and know stories of some key religious leaders (Jesus) 4/5 - To identify and know stories of some key religious leaders (Buddha) 6 - To identify and know stories of some key religious leaders (Muhammad) Success Criteria and resources all included.
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Detailed History planning and resources. Stoneage Year 3+4

Detailed History planning and resources. Stoneage Year 3+4

Lessons covered: PPT to support teaching of each lesson To order events in a Chronological order. To represent the concept of change over time by completing a timeline. To research the stone age. To write a relevant question and find an answer. To examine non-written sources of evidence about the Stone Age To research what it might have been like at Skara Brae To understand how farming changed the way people lived in the Neolithic period. To learn about how life changed for Stone Age people. I can give at three reasons why stone circles may have been created. I know that Stone Age people worked together to create stone circles. I can give a range of reasons why stone circles may have been built. Content: what was the Bronze Age? Introduction to the new era. Why the change from stone to bronze. What was the difference? Skills: Use evidence to ask questions and find answers to questions about the past To know how the Bronze Age was different to the Stone Age To explain the process of making bronze
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Year 1+2 poetry 1 week

Year 1+2 poetry 1 week

Children look at a variety of poems Robert Hull ‘Please do not feed the Animals… Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat’, ‘Hey Diddle Diddle’, ‘Mary had a Little Lamb’, Speaking and listening based. Children recite, practice and perform poems
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