#### Images to generate sentence ideas. All contain an action such as barking, skipping, flying etc.

This is a selection of 15 images all containing an action (for example: a dog barking, a bird flying, a child skipping). These are to use in any capacity of a way of generating sentences. I have used them in order to provide ideas for work on main and subordinate clauses. The dog barked --&gt; The dog barked when the doorbell rang.

#### Christmas Worded problems based on the 12 days of Christmas.

Children will use the final verse of 12 days of Christmas to answer mathematical word problems. Aimed at KS2, but could also be used with support in KS1.

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

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 &amp; 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 &amp; 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 &amp; 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.

#### Word bank for 'The Great Fire of London'.

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.

#### Fantastic two digit by two digit multiplication practical lesson.

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.

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.

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.

Here is a set of differentiated resources which can be used for all abilities. There is a HAP, MAP, LAP and SEN resource. Children need to join the sentence to the matching adverbial phrase. There is also a word bank sheet for children to use with their own writing.

#### Comprehension for KS2 on head lice (nits).

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.

#### Word sorting activity, building vocabulary, zone of relevance.

A simple zone of relevance board. Children can use this for ANY topic as it is generic. Find words (either known or using a thesaurus) and sort them based on how well they describe the topic or person. The words which are okay sit on the outside, the words in the center of the diagram describe the person/topic perfectly. Can be a great starter task or activity for LAP.

#### Sequencing/Storyboard for 'The Piano' Literacy link, story mountain.

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.

#### Idea/Vocabulary collection sheet for the five senses.

Children to generate words and ideas based on the five senses. Helps to build vocabulary based on settings, topics or characters.

#### 'My Target' self or peer assessment.

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.

#### Wordbank with examples for Sentence openers.

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.

#### Rounding to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000

Differentiated with 6, 5 and 4 digit numbers. Children complete the table by rounding each number and filling in the boxes. Would make a great revision or starter task.

#### Finding verbs, adjectives, adverbs, emotions and senses based on 'The Piano'.

A sheet based on the video The Piano by Aidan Gibbons (for free on the Literacy Shed). This resource enables the children to generate words they can use in their writing based on scenes from the video. Can be easily differentiated by moving or removing columns.

#### Investigative Addition and Subtraction Mercedes Challenge.

Differentiated three ways. The children are given a brochure for Mercedes with differentiated products (e.g. leather seats, sat-nav etc.) and how much each item costs. Children must use their budget to customise their car with the things they would like. The aim is to get as close to their budget as possible, without going over it. Great activity to engage children, can be done in pairs or individually. Prices can be easily adapted and other items added or removed to further differentiate as needed. Makes a fantastic lesson and has been used with Ofsted/observations to great results!

#### Role on the wall vocabulary generator for Marine 4511 (Eleven from Literacy Shed).

Children write how the character feels inside the body and what they look like or can see outside of the body. Links to the video Eleven from the Literacy Shed (free video clip) but the picture could be removed to link to any topic or can be used as a generic space man.

#### Finding the features of a Non-fiction book (differentiated two ways).

Give children a selection of non-fiction books either based on your current topic or all topics. Children will work in pairs (sheets should be on a3 is possible) to look through the books and gather the relevant information. There is a higher and lower ability or children can work in mixed ability pairs.

#### Write a character description of a Christmas elf (English / Literacy).

A picture of a Christmas elf with space to generate a word bank and then lines to write a character description. A great activity for Christmas!

#### Christmas word scramble (anagrams)

A selection of Christmas themed words scrambled out of order.