Comprehension Board Game for ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’. I’ve designed mine for a Y3 class.
An A4 activity sheet for maths. You choose a number for the week and children have to fill in the relevant information such as: The number written in words The number of ones/tens/hundreds/thousands the ‘number of the week’ has The number written in expanded form 10/100 more and less than the ‘number of the week’ Placing the number on a number line Representing the number in different ways (this sheet has a bar model and place value counters but this can be changed to dienes, abacus etc.) Writing a word problem with the ‘number of the week’ as the answer This document can be edited to suit the needs of your class. I use mine as an early morning task for children to complete as they come into class and settle themselves for the day.
A worksheet explaining the bus stop method (no remainder) of 2 digit by 1 digit numbers. Credit goes to missnkt for my inspiration! Enjoy!
Cards for children to fill in about each of Henry’s wives including: wife number dates to/from they were married how the marriage ended information about children and room for other interesting facts There is also a box for children to answer the question - which wife do they think was the best and why.
A worksheet explaining the column multiplication (with exchange) of 2 digit by 1 digit numbers. Credit goes to missnkt for my inspiration! Enjoy!
A quiz I used with my Y3 class. Categories include: Who’s behind the (covid) mask? Guess the chocolate Guess the country from the flag Guess the logo Guess the film from the picture General knowledge I have included both the PowerPoint without AND with the answers. Enjoy!
Does anyone else get asked (especially at the start of the year) for lots of help from their pupils? I use this poster to “train” my class to use different things in the classroom before coming to myself/my TA for support. I put large copies up on display and smaller copies on tables. Both writing and pictures makes the poster accessible for all abilities! Enjoy!
Want to track the progress of pupils reading in your class? My editable book band tracker allows you to do this! From cream to black book bands (you can edit the order if needed), you can use this to quickly and easily identify which book bands pupils are on and identify potential groups for guided reading, those needing interventions, pupils needing to be benchmarked etc. I use the left hand column to add children’s names and then tick/date each book band as children achieve them. Hope you find it useful! :)
Comprehension Board Game based on ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’. I used mine with a mixed Y1/2 class.
Children need to crack the emoji questions. Can easily be adapted for different questions/year groups.
An A3 poster listing the main things children need to remember to pack up at the end of the day.
An A4 worksheet where children are given a word and they have to provide information about it including: word class definition what it rhymes with pictoword synonyms antonyms using the word in a sentence
A worksheet explaining the bus stop method (with remainder) of 2 digit by 1 digit numbers. Credit goes to missnkt for my inspiration! Enjoy!
Small Labels for your coloured book boxes. Following colours included: cream pink yellow red blue green orange turquoise purple gold silver/grey emerald/lime sapphire/dark blue ruby/brown black/free reader