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I have a selection of full lessons and display resources that I have built for my own lessons. They are all structured in a consistent way and are all automated so that they are easy to use. Some of the resources are free and others are paid for, anything that links together can be bought as a bundle.

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I have a selection of full lessons and display resources that I have built for my own lessons. They are all structured in a consistent way and are all automated so that they are easy to use. Some of the resources are free and others are paid for, anything that links together can be bought as a bundle.
Converting between mm, cm, m and km
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Converting between mm, cm, m and km

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This is a fully differentiated full lesson that includes all the answers. Started - multiply and divide by 10 and 100 (3 levels) Learning objectives Notes and examples Multiple choice questions - based on real world records Questions to do in books (3 levels) Thinking hard plenary - 3 levels
Children's mental health week
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Children's mental health week

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I am just sharing this in case it helps anyone for form time or PSHE, it is not all my own work as I started with this resource https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/children-s-mental-health-week-2018-11825013 and edited it so it was more like what I wanted to include so I would like to thank sarahp84 for the original
British Sign Language - alphabet and names
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British Sign Language - alphabet and names

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I am currently leading a sign language club in my school and have created the first lesson so students get an introduction to sign language, can introduce themselves and say where they live. This is a free resources and I have used images from british-sign.co.uk which is a great place to look at for any other signs you need, I'll add the others as I make them
Converting metric units
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Converting metric units

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This is a full lesson based on 80 mins but could easily be altered to suit your class. It starts with a multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000 settling starter followed by the objective slides. The main starter to the lesson gets students to think back the the previous lesson and remember what metric units they know. There are then examples of the conversions with notes to write in books. There is a selection of differentiated questions to complete with answers. The extra practice activity is a treasure hunt task. The plenary is an exit ticket which is in a word document so it can just be printed off to stick in books at the end of the lesson
Addition and subtraction using column method
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Addition and subtraction using column method

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My lessons are based on 80 minutes but could be altered to suit the length of your classes. It has a settling starter, learning objectives slide, a main starter, examples of the activity with notes to be copied into books, differentiated questions, an extra practice activity and a plenary These are the activities I have chosen for this lesson: Starter – Countdown style activity Settling starter – Number trail Extra practice activity – Shopping list activity Plenary – Worded questions All my lessons are set up in a similar way to allow consistency when teaching. They are also all graded based on the new 1 – 9 grading system. Please leave feedback and if you find anything that needs to be changed let me know and I will inform you when it has been done so you can download the latest version. Thank you please take a look at some of my other lessons
Mean, median, mode and range
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Mean, median, mode and range

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My lessons are based on 80 minutes but could be altered to suit the length of your classes. It has a settling starter, learning objectives slide, a main starter, examples of the activity with notes to be copied into books, differentiated questions, an extra practice activity and a plenary I created this for an observation and got really good feedback These are the activities I have chosen for this lesson: Starter – multiplication grid Settling starter – ordering numbers Extra practice activity – qwizdom Plenary – exit ticket All my lessons are set up in a similar way to allow consistency when teaching. They are also all graded based on the new 1 – 9 grading system. Please leave feedback and if you find anything that needs to be changed let me know and I will inform you when it has been done so you can download the latest version. Thank you please take a look at some of my other lessons
Laws of indices
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Laws of indices

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This is a full lesson based on 80 mins that could be adapted for shorter lessons. There is a settling starter to recap square numbers followed by the learning objective slide. There is then a short starter about how to write in index form. There are then examples of indices with multiplication, division and brackets and notes to put into books. There are then differentiated questions followed by a tarzia activity for extra practice. Tarzia is not supported on TES so I have copied it into a word document for use. There is then a exit ticket plenary. The whole lesson is fully animated.
Ordering decimals with adding and subtracting decimals
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Ordering decimals with adding and subtracting decimals

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This is a full lesson based on 80 mins. It starts with an ordering numbers settling starter and the learning objectives slide. There is then a starter of addition and subtraction using column method. This lesson is slightly different to the others as the content in the middle has two sections you can either do both or select what you need. The first is ordering decimals and the second is adding and subtracting decimals. Both come with examples, notes for in books and then differentiated questions. The extra practice activity for this lesson is the shopping list activity from the addition and subtraction lesson followed by a worded question plenary
Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator
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Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator

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My lessons are based on 80 minutes but could be altered to suit the length of your classes. It has a settling starter, learning objectives slide, a main starter, examples of the activity with notes to be copied into books, differentiated questions, an extra practice activity and a plenary These are the activities I have chosen for this lesson: Starter – What is the question? Settling starter – Match up equivalent fractions Extra practice activity – Guess the city Plenary – Exit ticket (available to print) All my lessons are set up in a similar way to allow consistency when teaching. They are also all graded based on the new 1 – 9 grading system. Please leave feedback and if you find anything that needs to be changed let me know and I will inform you when it has been done so you can download the latest version. Thank you please take a look at some of my other lessons
Angles around a point, on a straight line and in a triangle
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Angles around a point, on a straight line and in a triangle

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My lessons are based on 80 minutes but could be altered to suit the length of your classes. It has a settling starter, learning objectives slide, a main starter, examples of the activity with notes to be copied into books, differentiated questions, an extra practice activity and a plenary These are the activities I have chosen for this lesson: Starter – Subtraction practice Settling starter – Match up angle types Extra practice activity – Treasure hunt Plenary – Exit ticket All my lessons are set up in a similar way to allow consistency when teaching. They are also all graded based on the new 1 – 9 grading system. Please leave feedback and if you find anything that needs to be changed let me know and I will inform you when it has been done so you can download the latest version. Thank you please take a look at some of my other lessons
Place value, ordering and rounding
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Place value, ordering and rounding

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This is a full selection of lessons that goes through place value, writing numbers, multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. It also goes through rounding to decimals, rounding to significant figures and estimating along with upper and lower bounds.
Area and circumference of a circle
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Area and circumference of a circle

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My lessons are based on 80 minutes but could be altered to suit the length of your classes. It has a settling starter, learning objectives slide, a main starter, examples of the activity with notes to be copied into books, differentiated questions, an extra practice activity and a plenary I created this for an observation and got really good feedback These are the activities I have chosen for this lesson: Settling starter – parts of circles Starter – using string to find pi Extra practice activity – bingo Plenary – exit ticket All my lessons are set up in a similar way to allow consistency when teaching. They are also all graded based on the new 1 – 9 grading system. Please leave feedback and if you find anything that needs to be changed let me know and I will inform you when it has been done so you can download the latest version. Thank you please take a look at some of my other lessons
Forming equations in context
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Forming equations in context

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My lessons are based on 80 minutes but could be altered to suit the length of your classes. It has a settling starter, learning objectives slide, a main starter, examples of the activity with notes to be copied into books, differentiated questions, an extra practice activity and a plenary This one was a lesson that I made for an interview and then extended in order for it to fit in with my class. These are the activities I have chosen for this lesson: Settling starter – Perimeter of rectangles and triangles Starter – 5 quick simplifying questions Extra practice activity – Match up activity Plenary – Exit ticket (ready to print) All my lessons are set up in a similar way to allow consistency when teaching. They are also all graded based on the new 1 – 9 grading system. Please leave feedback and if you find anything that needs to be changed let me know and I will inform you when it has been done so you can download the latest version. Thank you please take a look at some of my other lessons
Calculating expected probability
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Calculating expected probability

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This is a full lesson that I used for an interview. It has progress ladder to do at the start then learning is consolidated and you redo the progress ladder midway through the lesson in purple to show progress made. It is then followed by questions to do in books and an exam style plenary question
Equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions
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Equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions

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This is a full lesson based on 80 mins but could easily be altered for the length of your lessons. It has a settling starter for when students enter the room this is a multiplication grid for this lesson followed by the learning objectives slide. There is then a starter of shading fractions recapping from the previous lesson then matching them up to link to equivalent fractions. There are then a selection of examples for equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions. This is followed by a slide of steps and examples to copy into their books. It includes a slide of differentiated questions and a card trail activity. The plenary is an exit ticket activity.
Fractions, decimals and percentages
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Fractions, decimals and percentages

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This is an 80 min lesson focusing on changing between fractions decimals and percentages, the length could easily be changed for your classes. It has been created with a lower ability class in mind so you may need to add a few slightly harder questions to the treasure hunt. The settling starter is dividing by 100 followed by the learning objective slide. There is then a shading fractions starter and some examples of how to change between FDP, these start with a pictorial representation and move onto just using a table to help. There are the notes to copy into books and differentiated questions - I have included a word document of grid templates should students need them. The extra practice is a treasure hunt finding the smallest out of a set of 3, there is an example of this first. The exit ticket is an ordering activity and there is a word document available to print that out.
Rounding to significant figures and estimating
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Rounding to significant figures and estimating

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This is a full lesson based on 80 mins but could be changed for your lesson length. It starts with a settling starter of place value questions arranging cards followed by the learning objectives slide. The main starter is a rounding activity with decimals from the previous lesson. The examples go through how to round to significant figures and use that for estimation and notes for students to copy into their books. There is a slide of differentiated questions and the extra practice activity is a treasure hunt. The plenary is an exit ticket that is in a word document so can be easily printed