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I am a qualified teacher with 7 years' experience. I enjoy creating teaching resources and hopefully you will find them both useful and time-saving.

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I am a qualified teacher with 7 years' experience. I enjoy creating teaching resources and hopefully you will find them both useful and time-saving.
Boxing Up Story Planner
juliannebritton

Boxing Up Story Planner

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This template allows children to 'box up' a traditional tale in order to make their own story. They can clearly see the main parts of the story then substitute in their own ideas and add further details.
My Marvellous Medicine
juliannebritton

My Marvellous Medicine

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Created while studying George's Marvellous Medicine in Year 3. I have included an example of a recipe for George's Marvellous Medicine and a blank template for children to write their own recipe. It makes nice display work.
Persuasive Letter to Willy Wonka Plan
juliannebritton

Persuasive Letter to Willy Wonka Plan

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A planning sheet on which children can plan a persuasive letter to Willy Wonka. The idea is for children to persuade Mr Wonka to make their chocolate bar in his factory. This sheet breaks down the letter into different paragraphs that the children should use.
BFG Frobscottle Recipe
juliannebritton

BFG Frobscottle Recipe

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Whilst studying the BFG, I got my class to make their own Frobscottle using lemonade, ice cream and green food colouring. They then wrote up their recipes using these templates.
Coins
juliannebritton

Coins

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A sheet with images of the different coins that can be cut out and laminated to use in class when solving money problems.
Features of a Letter
juliannebritton

Features of a Letter

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Two worksheets where children can identify the features of a letter. The worksheet for the lower ability children has a word bank to aid them in labeling the features. The highest ability children could identify and colour the features of a letter then create their own key.
Chocolate Advertisement Worksheet
juliannebritton

Chocolate Advertisement Worksheet

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A worksheet designed as part of a 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory&' themed week. Children are asked to work in groups to come up with a script for an advert for a chocolate bar. They can write the script on the worksheet and then act it out.
BFG: Sophie Missing Poster
juliannebritton

BFG: Sophie Missing Poster

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Sophie has gone missing from the orphanage. How will anybody find her? Ask the children in your class to write a character description. They can describe Sophie on this 'Missing Poster' using what they have found out from the first chapter or two of the BFG.
Story Mountain - 5 Part Story Planning Sheet
juliannebritton

Story Mountain - 5 Part Story Planning Sheet

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A Story Mountain worksheet designed to help children plan stories with an opening, a build-up, a problem, a resolution and an ending. Also included on the sheet is a box for children to record any interesting vocabulary they plan to use in their story. e.g. adjectives, adverbs, similes, metaphors etc.
Sorting Foods
juliannebritton

Sorting Foods

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Used when teaching about food groups and healthy eating. This could be during a science lesson or a cooking lesson. The children are given the main sheet split into the 5 food groups (carbohydrates, proteins, fruit and vegetables, fats and sugars, dairy). There are examples of different foods on the sheet to support them. They must then cut out the foods on the additional sheet and sort them into the correct food groups.
Charlotte's Web Speech Worksheets
juliannebritton

Charlotte's Web Speech Worksheets

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A set of resources made to aid the teaching of speech alongside reading 'Charlotte's Web'. One worksheet shows Templeton and Goose with empty speech bubbles so children can think about what they might say to each other. This is useful for lower ability children who are not yet ready to use speech marks in their writing. Another worksheet shows Templeton and Goose with completed speech bubbles so that children can "pop" the speech bubbles and write the dialogue with speech marks. The third worksheet in the pack also allows children to "pop" the speech bubbles but gives them a template within which to write the dialogue using speech marks.