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#### Reasoning with Multiplication - Always, Sometimes, Never

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Children decide whether the given statement is true all of the time, some of the time or never. I used these sheets to follow up a lesson where children needed to make a decision and prove to the rest of the class why they were correct. They needed to make an argument and provide evidence in the form of examples or diagrams and present this to the class. There is space for a picture to be stuck in of the children presenting their thinking

#### Column subtraction Year 4

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A selection of resources for a unit on column subtraction. 1) No exchanging - 4 differentiated levels on same sheet 2) Exchanging - 4 differentiated levels on same sheet 3) Exchanging with two 0's

#### Two step, Multiplication word problems.

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Range of word problems. First 4 questions are indicated as one step. The rest are all two step.

#### Addition and Subtraction Two step word problems.

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Two step addition and subtraction word problems. Answers provided for both steps for the first 4 questions. Children need to work out the appropriate number sentences for each step. The next four questions are a similar style to the first four. Children must calculate the answers. There is a second sheet provided for children who still need the scaffold of the answers.

#### Judaism and Shabbat Class Assembly

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Script for 15/20 minute shabbat class assembly. Follows a Jewish family from Friday afternoon until Saturday morning. Children learn that the important part of Shabbat is spending time with family and friends. Parts for 30 children. Songs to the tune of Sia’s cheap thrills and Frère Jacque. 30 speaking parts. (This can easily be cut down by reducing the number of narrators) Extract from first scene Scene 1 – Meeting Mr and Mrs Cohen Narrator 1: Welcome to 4G’s assembly on Judaism and Shabbat Narrator 2: Today, we are going to take you inside the house of the Cohen’s. A Jewish family who live on Primrose hill, not too far from our school . (Mr and Mrs Cohen unfreeze. They are cleaning the house. ) Narrator 3: It is Friday afternoon and this is Mr and Mrs Cohen. Narrator 4 They have been working hard all day at work and now they are working hard at home getting ready for Shabbat to arrive. Narrator 5: Mr and Mrs Cohen love Shabbat so they don’t mind all the extra work! All: Shalom Mr and Mrs Cohen Narrator 4: (Whispering to audience) Shalom means hello in Hebrew. Narrator 5: And goodbye Narrator 4: Yes it also means goodbye. Shalom Narrator 5: Shalom Narrator 4: Shalom Narrator 5: Shalom N 4 + 5: This is confusing.

#### Literacy scaffold sheet. (Acts as a mini thesaurus and sentence starter prompt)

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This is printed double sided and laminate. All children have access to this resource anytime we are writing.

#### Multiply integers and decimals by 10 (Year 4)

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Differentiated worksheets for multiplying by 10. A reasoning challenge at the start to get children thinking while they complete a skill drill. Children then extended to multiplying by 100 and a mark my work challenge.

#### Suffragette Class Assembley/Play

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This is a 10 minute play/assembley about Emily Pankhurst and the suffragettes. Would be a useful starting point for a class assembley on the suffragettes.

#### Adding and Subtracting Fractions - Reasoning Challenges and Skill Drill

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Worksheet for those who are secure with adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator.

#### Reasoning with Factors - Always, Sometimes, Never

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Children decide whether the given statement is true all of the time, some of the time or never. I used these sheets to follow up a lesson where children needed to make a decision and prove to the rest of the class why they were correct. They needed to make an argument and provide evidence in the form of examples or diagrams and present this to the class. There is space for a picture to be stuck in of the children presenting their thinking

#### Skill Drill - Missing number - Division - Differentiated

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Perfect for homework or an extra boost in class for those who need to practise practise practise! An example is provided as well as a clear success criteria. Three tiers (sessions) of questions which increase with difficulty. Find all of my skill drills here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/skill-drills-column-addition-column-subtraction-short-division-missing-number-questions-and-more-11626424

#### Column addition and subtraction

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Challenging skill drill, missing number challenge and reasoning challenge. For those who are secure in using column addition and subtraction.

#### Skill Drill - Column Addition

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Perfect for homework or an extra boost in class for those who need to practise practise practise! An example is provided as well as a clear success criteria. Three tiers (sessions) of questions which increase with difficulty. I like to give the children a smiley face sticker (or tick the box above each session ) once it is completed!

#### When Jessie Came Across the Sea - Describing the storm for EAL/SEN

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This is a series of worksheets I used for an EAL beginner/SENchild in my class based on the book 'When Jessie Came Across the Sea' by Amy Hest. The LO for the whole class was to write a description of the storm Jessie faces on the boat to America.

#### Skill Drill - Finding change from £5

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Perfect for homework or an extra boost in class for those who need to practise practise practise! An example is provided as well as a clear success criteria. Three tiers (sessions) of questions which increase with difficulty. Find all of my skill drills here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/skill-drills-column-addition-column-subtraction-short-division-missing-number-questions-and-more-11626424

#### 10 Plagues rap - Mans not hot reworded - Perfect for Passover/Seder assembly.

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I have changed the words to Mans not hot to tell the story of the 10 plagues. Perfect for an assembly on Passover or to use in RE when teaching the story of the 10 plagues.

#### Skill Drill - Column addition and subtraction, short division, missing numbers, fractions

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Perfect for homework or an extra boost in class for those who need to practise practise practise! An example is provided as well as a clear success criteria. Three tiers (sessions) of questions which increase with difficulty or move the skill on. I like to give the children a smiley face sticker (or tick the box above each session ) once it is completed! All resources are made on Word making it easy for you to adapt them to suit your needs. SKILLS COVERED Column Addition Column Subtraction Short Division Short Multiplication Missing Number - Addition Missing Number - Subtraction Missing Number - Multiplication Missing Number - Division Fraction of an Amount Adding and Subtracting Fractions Finding Change from £5 Multiplying three numbers Multiplying with multiples of 10 Adding three numbers

#### Prayer - Judasim, Hinduism, Christianity and Islam. How, When and Where we pray.

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A lesson all about tolerance and independent learning. Children need to discover how when and where different religions pray with minimal teacher input. Children rotate between four tables. Each table is set up with artifacts, books, ipads/laptops and the information picture sheets provided. If possible choose a mini expert from the class for each religion to help answer questions. All of my classes love this lesson!

#### Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanna

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Two smartnotebooks to guide through two lessons. Rosh Hashanna - Children answer questions about things they want to change in their lives this year and impove. Yom Kippur - Children think about why jewish children listen to the story of Jonah and the Whale on Yom Kippur. They then write an apology letter to somebody that they have wronged.

#### WW1 Trenches EAL work unit.

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This resource is for EAL children who are very new to English. It uses grids to help them write independently about the trenches in WW1. It covers prepositions and the use of adjectives (colours). I originally made this for a child from Romania. As a result the current translations are in Romanian but this can be changed and edited depending on the language that you need.