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I provide resources I have used myself. They are mainly aimed at UPKS2 as I am based in Year 5, however many can be easily updated to suit the needs of a vast range of children.

I provide resources I have used myself. They are mainly aimed at UPKS2 as I am based in Year 5, however many can be easily updated to suit the needs of a vast range of children.
Christmas/Festive booklet with Maths, English & Colouring activities.
kimberleyanddarren

Christmas/Festive booklet with Maths, English & Colouring activities.

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Here is a bank of resources with a front cover. Included are: Page 1 - Front cover Page 2 - Colouring page Page 3 - Christmas crossword. Page 4 & 5 - Plan your own party (Maths). Page 6 - Calculate the cost of each present (Maths). Page 7 - Use the code to find the joke answer (English). Page 8 - Pricing Christmas presents (Maths). Page 9 - Colouring page. Page 10 - Write a character description of an Elf (English). Page 11 - 12 days of Christmas puzzle (Maths & Comprehension). Page 12 - Four operations word problems (Maths). Page 13 - Unscramble words (English). Page 14 - Word Search (English). Page 15 - Colour the stained glass window & write a summary of the scene (English). Page 16 - Word Search (English). PLEASE NOTE: While I have written and created some of the resources in this document, others have been found on Google and in other TES documents therefore I do not own copyright and copyright belongs to the creators of those individual worksheets. I have gathered these together in a booklet and added my own worksheets for which I do own the copyright. Thank you.
Ancient Egypt archaeological artifacts lesson.
kimberleyanddarren

Ancient Egypt archaeological artifacts lesson.

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This is a fantastic lesson to get practical. The photos should be printed and laminated and then hidden in some manner. Preferably, hidden in sand to become a true archaeological dig, however they could also be hidden around the school or even just distributed throughout the classroom. Children will find an artifact, draw it, guess what it was used for and then use research or Google reverse image search to find what the item actually was. Makes a brilliant practical lesson with many possibilities. Note: All artifact images have been collated from a Google image search in order to make reverse image search accurate. Consequently, the copyright of these images remains with the individual or organisation.
Sequencing/Storyboard for 'The Piano' Literacy link, story mountain.
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Sequencing/Storyboard for 'The Piano' Literacy link, story mountain.

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This resource uses screen shots from The Piano by Aidan Gibbons (Literacy Shed for free). It is designed to support children in analysing and/or retelling what is happening during each scene in the video. A fantastic video and produces amazing writing at the end of the unit. The children really develop a sense of empathy as the video is unpicked. This resource can be used in a number of ways to discuss characters feelings at each stage, what happens to the music, what the characters are thinking, why those particular memories stand out etc.
Wordbank with examples for Sentence openers.
kimberleyanddarren

Wordbank with examples for Sentence openers.

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Gives the children five different categories for starting their sentences. Preposition (P) ‘ing’ words (ing) Adverbial (AD) Passing of time (PT) Conjunctions (C) Sheet contains example sentences and the word bank to support in their own writing.
'My Target' self or peer assessment.
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'My Target' self or peer assessment.

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Children or an adult completes the slip to set them a target based on their work. Can be used for self assessment or peer assessment. Makes the targets easy to view when flicking through a book and can even be laminated to use as a bookmark in their books.
Library challenges (could be a display or for a lesson).
kimberleyanddarren

Library challenges (could be a display or for a lesson).

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This is a set of 12 different challenges which ask the children to locate a book in the library based on a certain criteria. Great as a display or can be used as a lesson to help the children fully explore the books on offer. I have used this on a visit to a local library and in our school library. Both have worked great. If needed, children can record the name and author of the book they have found onto the back of each card and even draw a sketch of the book.
How to identify a SPAM email (whiteboard lesson plus worksheet).
kimberleyanddarren

How to identify a SPAM email (whiteboard lesson plus worksheet).

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This is a Notebook document explaining how to spot SPAM emails. It includes multiple examples to show on the board. Children can talk in talk partners and discuss how you know these emails are spam. Children then complete an activity in pairs which gives them four emails and asks them to note down anything they can spot which would tell you it is a fake email. Everything you need for a computing lesson on SPAM.
Near addition and subtraction mental maths board game.
kimberleyanddarren

Near addition and subtraction mental maths board game.

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This is a board game to help the children practice the mental math skill of adding and subtracting near amounts. For example 23+29 = 23 + 30 - 1. Children can play in pairs or groups using a counter and dice to move around the board. If a question is correctly answered, they can remain on that square. If it is incorrect, they must go back to their current square. Other players in the group are responsible for checking each players answer.
Entire lesson on Fronted Adverbials including PowerPoint, Lesson Plan & differentiated activities.
kimberleyanddarren

Entire lesson on Fronted Adverbials including PowerPoint, Lesson Plan & differentiated activities.

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This is everything you need to teach a lesson on fronted adverbials. Includes a PowerPoint: Children examine what a fronted adverbial is, identify one in a sentence and write their own. Higher, Middle and Lower differentiated activities. Highers - write their own sentences using a word bank of 20 fronted adverbials. Middles - Match the fronted adverbial to the remaining part of the sentence and write into their books. Lowers - Cut out the fronted adverbial and sentence and match the two together. Includes opportunity for Peer Assessment. A full lesson Plan is also included with all the information on.
Real life maths involving money (differentiated).
kimberleyanddarren

Real life maths involving money (differentiated).

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I have created a bank of 15 different items that can be purchased from different supermarkets. Underneath is a price which is differentiated three ways (red is lower ability, yellow is middle ability and green is higher ability). These can be easily edited to suit the needs of your children. They can be used for addition, subtraction, worded problems and open ended real world challenges.
Comprehension for KS2 on head lice (nits).
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Comprehension for KS2 on head lice (nits).

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Comprehension designed to be used with a lower ability year 5 class, but could easily be adapted for all of KS2. Made to raise awareness of nits as an issue and how to get rid of them properly. Updated edition. Image is taken from Google and I do not own copyright. Resource and questions written by myself.
Fantastic two digit by two digit multiplication practical lesson.
kimberleyanddarren

Fantastic two digit by two digit multiplication practical lesson.

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Practical lesson for multiplication. Children will work in mixed ability pairs to calculate the answers. They must then move around the playground/hall/classroom to locate the answer on a poster and record the letter shown. Once they have gathered all of the letters, they must unscramble them to find the hidden code. An excellent lesson which engages all children. Also included is the lesson plan, posters for around the room and the sheet the children will write on. Has received excellent feedback in lesson observations and with Ofsted.
Multiplication review (or lesson worksheet) with greater depth questions.
kimberleyanddarren

Multiplication review (or lesson worksheet) with greater depth questions.

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A resource that begins with 2x2 digit multiplication, then moves on to 3x2 digit and finally 3x3 digit. At the end there are three greater depth questions involving finding missing numbers using reasoning skills and finally a self assessment traffic light. A fantastic resource to assess learning at the end of the unit, as a revision lesson, for HAP as a task during lesson or to assess prior knowledge before beginning a unit. Also available with the answers. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/multiplication-review-or-lesson-worksheet-with-greater-depth-questions-with-answers-11784163
Multiplication review (or lesson worksheet) with greater depth questions WITH ANSWERS.
kimberleyanddarren

Multiplication review (or lesson worksheet) with greater depth questions WITH ANSWERS.

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A resource that begins with 2x2 digit multiplication, then moves on to 3x2 digit and finally 3x3 digit. At the end there are three greater depth questions involving finding missing numbers using reasoning skills and finally a self assessment traffic light. A fantastic resource to assess learning at the end of the unit, as a revision lesson, for HAP as a task during lesson or to assess prior knowledge before beginning a unit. This version includes the answer sheet.
Word bank for 'The Great Fire of London'.
kimberleyanddarren

Word bank for 'The Great Fire of London'.

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A word bank with pictures and meanings. Split into two sections, one to describe the fire and one to describe the feelings of people affected. Some words have brackets to give a simple meaning. A great little resource to encourage the use of high level vocabulary all through this unit. We used it when writing a newspaper report and a diary entry from the time.