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A Year 6 Teacher with literacy and maths resources to share.

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A Year 6 Teacher with literacy and maths resources to share.

2 resources, a worksheet and hunt/feely box activity to reinforce how to use speech marks correctly. Linked to the text The Hunter by Paul Geraghty.

14 worksheet activities with SATs problems on a wide range of areas, useful for Year 6 SATs revision.

Fractions, decimals and percentages revision Powerpoint. A slightly easier Powerpoint with objectives from the year 5 and 6 curriculum to focus on teaching fractions, decimals and percentages objectives.

A Powerpoint activity to teach converting between analogue and digital time, with answers. Moving on to slides showing how to write times in different ways and how to use a number line to calculate durations of time. With some questions at the end for an activity to prove understanding.

A powerpoint to teach calculating the volume of cubes and cuboids with an activity slide at the end.

An investigation looking at using trial and error to find all possible solutions. Suitable for Year 5 and 6 and great fun. Children can be encouraged to draw out different solutions to the problem. Several slides with extension activities on. Slides can be printed to allow children who work at a faster pace to progress.

An activity spotting conjunctions in sentences and then with an extension of using subordinating conjunctions to start sentences and adding main clauses to subordinate clauses.

A Powerpoint to teach finding area using a formula. Calculating area of squares, rectangles and right-angled triangles.

A powerpoint with activity focusing on turning a 2D net into a 3D cube. Which nets will work to make a cube?

A powerpoint with answers for multiplying decimals and using inverse.

A Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Quiz for 2D shape properties.

A powerpoint with answers to teach reading from scales, converting between units of mass and solving problems involving mass.

A Powerpoint at the expected level for year 5 and 6 to teach how to add and subtract fractions when the denominator is different. Including where fractions are greater than one. Also covers a recap on multiplying a pair of fractions and how to convert improper fractions into mixed numbers.

An activity with some properties of 2D shape problems.

14 Homework activities with past SAT's questions at the expected level on a range of topics. Can be used as in class worksheets too to show embedded learning and problem solving.

A worksheet/hunt/oral game for identifying how many missing capitals there are in a sentence. Can be used in a number of ways. A separate answer sheet with how many capitals are missing for each sentence that children can use to self-check their work.

A Powerpoint to teach children how to work systematically and use jottings to investigate square numbers in a practical context. Can be extended beyond 12 x 12 for more able learners and can lead to basic algebra writing rules for the next numbers in the sequence.

A set of sentences both simple and complex. Can be used as a sorting activity or to look at punctuation using commas. I have used it as both and then asked children to simplify the complex sentences and add a clause to the simple sentences to make them complex. Can be shrunk easily to make a worksheet or made into cards or used on an interactive whiteboard.

A set of sentences, phrases and clauses for children to sort. Can be read aloud, made into cards or shrunk to make a worksheet. Can also be used on an interactive whiteboard to teach the difference between a sentence, phrase and a clause.

A set of sentences with the wrong preposition used. can children spot what is wrong with the sentence and replace the incorrect preposition for on which makes sense? Good activity for teaching proof-reading skills as well as what prepositions do in sentences. Can be read aloud, shrunk to make a worksheet or printed and made into cards to be used as a hunt/feely box game.