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Resources for Early Years and Key Stage 1
Phase 1 Aspect 7 daily interventions
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Phase 1 Aspect 7 daily interventions

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A weekly plan for daily activities to consolidate phonics Phase 1 Aspect 7 oral segmenting and blending. I have used it for additional intervention with a teacher/TA.
The Great Pet Sale Money problems
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The Great Pet Sale Money problems

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Money problems based on The Great Pet Sale. a) Children draw the coins they would need to use to pay for a pet, choosing from 1p, 2p and 5p coins in combination. b) A more challenging option just using 2p and 5p coins. c) Addition money questions, then find change due from 20p.
Polar Express Word Problems
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Polar Express Word Problems

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Maths word problems based on the story of The Polar Express. Contains spaces for children to draw pictures to show their working.
Circus themed time problems
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Circus themed time problems

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Circus-themed word problems involving time. Children need to calculate the finishing time and draw their answers on the clocks.
Easter Bunny egg problem
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Easter Bunny egg problem

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How many different combinations of eggs could the Easter Bunny have in his basket? Simple problem solving - could use practical resources to assist e.g. coloured counters.
Early Years Religious Education lesson plan Passover
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Early Years Religious Education lesson plan Passover

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A lesson plan and continuous provision activities for Religious Education on the theme of Passover. This was an observed lesson and includes in depth explanation for the observers (non-EY specialists) of how the lesson will look, which Continuous Provision activities the children are accessing on the theme for the week, what their prior learning is and how the children are developing their skills across all areas of learning and Characteristics of Effective Learning (9 pages).
Story Scribing expectations for Autumn and Spring terms
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Story Scribing expectations for Autumn and Spring terms

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Story scribing is used to build writing skills in Early Years. This is a checklist of expectations for children of different abilities in Reception for adults to use as they work with the children to ensure high standards and enable all staff/volunteers/students to move learning forwards. The sounds/tricky words expected to be known are based on those used in Actiphons and Letters and Sounds, so may need adjusting if you use alternative phonics programmes. See also Story scribing summer term expectations and Story scribing overview to explain story scribing to staff, volunteers, governors, SLT and Ofsted.
Early Learning Goal evidence gathering sheet
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Early Learning Goal evidence gathering sheet

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Reception Early Learning Goal evidence gathering sheet used to collect evidence for any areas where you feel you need more evidence. I used it for TAs and volunteers/students in class to aid with evidence gathering in Spring 2/Summer 1 when nearing data submission. I saved a copy for each child and deleted the boxes for the areas I knew were secure and had enough evidence, then printed each child's copy for use in the setting.
Story scribing overview
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Story scribing overview

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Story scribing is used to build writing skills in Early Years. This is an overview of story scribing and how to do it to ensure high standards and enable all staff/volunteers/students to move learning forwards. The sounds/tricky words expected to be known are based on those used in Actiphons and Letters and Sounds, so may need adjusting if you use alternative phonics programmes. It would be useful as an introduction to story scribing and to explain story scribing to staff, volunteers, governors, SLT and Ofsted. See also Story scribing autumn/spring term and summer term which provide checklists for all staff and adults working with children to show expectations at differing phonic levels.
Story scribing expectations for Summer Term
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Story scribing expectations for Summer Term

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Story scribing is used to build writing skills in Early Years. This is a checklist of expectations for children of different abilities in Reception for adults to use as they work with the children to ensure high standards and enable all staff/volunteers/students to move learning forwards. The sounds/tricky words expected to be known are based on those used in Actiphons and Letters and Sounds, so may need adjusting if you use alternative phonics programmes. See also Story scribing autumn/spring expectations and Story scribing overview to explain story scribing to staff, volunteers, governors, SLT and Ofsted.
Find the difference bundle
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Find the difference bundle

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Simple worksheets with two numbers for children to calculate the difference by counting on. Can be used with manipulatives e.g. counters or a hundred square. Different levels of difficulty.
Fairytale Shopping Bundle
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Fairytale Shopping Bundle

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A price list for a fairytale shop and activities to use it with. A chance to practice addition, subtraction and money. Can be used as role play activities. There is also a 'Fairytale shopping - choose your own items' sheet in my free resources which can be used with this unit.