This resource includes: A Powerpoint presentation and PDF.
It has a Powerpoint presentation with instructions on planning for the poems to include - nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs for Year 3/4 with similes and metaphors extra to add for Y5/6. The pupils look at and discuss the larger pictures on the PPT, then they choose one that they will write about. The Powerpoint includes 13 underwater images, from basking sharks to garden eels.
From the PDF, print off the same pictures as on the PPT, there are Y3/4 versions and Y5/6 versions - the pupils show in different colours which word class they are writing and fill in the key at the side. Included in the PDF is a completed Y3/4 version and completed Y5/6 example.
When the pupils have completed these sheets, they then use them to write a poem using the great images that they have created.
2 Worksheets on long multiplication using standard written method ( with answers).
When the children have completed the questions, then they cut out the character (turtle) and stick it in their book or on a card to collect different characters.
This is an outdoor adventurous activity for Key Stage 2 children. There is a set of emoji cards with numbers and letters. The children have to go and find the matching emoji and collect a set of letters. These then make a message which children write on the answer sheet.
A maze where pupils have to find their way from start to finish to help Santa to deliver the presents. They have to choose the correct answer to the cube numbers from 1 to 12. An answer sheet is included. Merry Christmas!
This document has 7 pages. It supports Reasoning and Problem Solving for Year 6 - Spring 1 - Week 1 and 2 - WRM.
- Teacher instructions
- Place value grid (Gattegno Chart) from tens of thousands to thousandths.
- A question sheet with 3 numbers with 3 decimal places. Pupils must state the value of each digit. They then use counters and the place value grid to find what happens when we multiply each number by 10, 100 and 1000.
- A question sheet with 3 four digit numbers. Again, pupils state the value of each digit. Then, using counters, they investigate what happens when we divide by 10, 100 and 1000.
- 2 answer sheets are also included.