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Based on my own experiences, I create and adapt unique resources linked to popular KS1/2 primary school topics while using my original artwork. It takes time to design and create these resources single-handed...yes, I do it all by myself! So please remember to visit my shop occasionally and visit my Facebook page for updates. Happy teaching!

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Based on my own experiences, I create and adapt unique resources linked to popular KS1/2 primary school topics while using my original artwork. It takes time to design and create these resources single-handed...yes, I do it all by myself! So please remember to visit my shop occasionally and visit my Facebook page for updates. Happy teaching!
DT KS1 / Vehicles/ Space Buggy
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DT KS1 / Vehicles/ Space Buggy

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Worksheets based on QCA / DT Unit 2A / Vehicles KS1 , designed for the last phase of the unit only,** ‘Design and Make a wheeled vehicle for a purpose**’, where children design a vehicle, plan how they will make it and evaluate their finished work. Includes front cover sheet and a blank sheet, and 1 for writing a small story (Literacy) Also created additional worksheets that can be used prior as a means to introduce the topic and includes an information sheet about space buggies; a Homework sheet to investigate about space buggies; picture to label parts of a space buggy. Useful Tip! use the PDF doc with your IWB to work through the pages with your children :) Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. Thanks for looking :)
Under The Sea - Animal Classification
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Under The Sea - Animal Classification

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Animal Classification -Groups of Sea Animals This is a great whole class teaching activity while children work in groups to identify different groups of sea animals. Each group is given a set of flash cards, key headings and features to sort out into vertebrates, invertebrates, fish, mammals, reptiles, crustaceans and molluscs while cooperatively making decisions and discussing the different possibilities. You can provide for each group an A3 sheet of paper and glue sticks to create a group poster. They can record their answers in a chart and in a table (worksheets). Includes additional worksheets for each group of sea animals which can be completed using word banks. Please note this resource has been updated to fix problem mentioned in the last reviews. Also have added answers for classification activities as well as extra posters for reading activities For more useful activities, please check my other Under the Sea resources in my shop Marie’s Teaching Resources. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)
Dinosaurs – Worksheets
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Dinosaurs – Worksheets

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Includes a set of information mats to use together with the worksheets, a Word Mat with verbs and adjectives. KS1 • Dinosaurs What do we know? - Complete information using word bank • Facts About… 3 different worksheets - Complete information about a dinosaur using word bank • Which One Is It? – Complete by choosing the right name • Sorting Dinosaurs into herbivores and Carnivores – cut and paste pictures • What Do You Know? 3 different worksheets - Write information, use word bank and Information Mat • Dinosaurs Size – 2 different worksheets – Write number in sequence, write name of the dinosaur which is the shortest and longest, lightest and heaviest • Dinosaurs Groups - Sorting into bird-hipped and lizard-hipped groups– cut and paste pictures Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)
Our Solar System / Planets Fact Sheets
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Our Solar System / Planets Fact Sheets

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11 Fact Sheets –one for each planet in our solar system including the Sun and the Moon: brief descriptions and table including type, diameter, distance from Sun, how many hours for a day, how many days for a year, temperature on the surface, number of rings, number of moons, first time recorded and by whom it was recorded by. Suggest folding in half and laminate. Space/ Our Solar System / Planets Word Mats 5 Word Mats including 3 x with definitions of related topic words in alphabetic order; 1 x table with detailed information about each planet; 1x image of our solar system’s planets and their orbits ( 2 versions! including one in full colour background). Suggest laminating. Other resources on TES: I have created a variety of worksheets - some can be used with the help of information texts or/and Internet as a means to record answers as well as further activities that can be linked to other Science topics ( Forces & Materials) Thanks for looking :)
Growing Plants  – Worksheets
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Growing Plants – Worksheets

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Garden Topic • Create a scene using cut and paste pictures • Draw a plan of a favourite garden; use word bank for ideas and for labelling. • Label garden tools • Sort garden tools into 2 different categories Plants Topic • Write facts about sunflowers • Label parts of a sunflower • Paste and label real pictures of favourite plants; cut and order in alphabetic order Beans Topic • Write facts about beans • Paste and label real pictures of different types of beans • Colour and label different countries on a map to show where beans come from • Write instructions for planting a bean; explain what beans needs to grow healthy • Observation sheet: record growth / progress (date, cm, leaves) • Draw and label own bean plant; record observations • Complete a Glossary • Complete an Index • Choose a recipe using beans; list ingredients and utensils • Write instructions for a recipe using beans My Bean Diary – created for younger ones! • Write facts about beans • Cut and place instructions flashcards in correct order • Instructions: cut planting instructions pictures and paste in the correct order • Record observations on a time line • Draw and label bean plant; record how tall it is
Animal Classification – Sorting Activity and Worksheets
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Animal Classification – Sorting Activity and Worksheets

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Animal Classification – Sorting Activity including flash cards, group and features labels and worksheets For this set, I have combined pictures from my various resources including animals from Africa, the rainforest, ocean, farm and garden and minibeasts, and created new worksheets for recording results and facts about different animal groups. This is a great whole class teaching activity while children work in groups to identify different groups of animals. Each and every group is given a full set of flash cards, key headings and features to sort out into vertebrates, invertebrates, mammals, reptiles, birds, fish, amphibians, crustaceans, molluscs, insects & not insects while cooperatively making decisions and discussing the different possibilities. You can provide each group with a large sheet of paper and glue sticks/ blu tack to create group posters in order to share and present findings with the rest of the class….a lot more discussions there! As follow up activities, I have created a number of charts to use key information/clues to identify animal groups Vertebrates – mammals birds reptiles fish amphibians • Complete table, identifying the key features of mammals, fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians • Chart: Answer the questions to identify each group of animals. Write the name of each group within the key. Invertebrates – molluscs crustaceans and insects not insects • Chart: Answer the questions to identify each group of animals. Write the name of each group within the key. Additional sheets with answers Worksheets – Fact about: • MAMMALS: Complete sentences using word bank – and label/name animals (pictures). • BIRDS: Complete sentences using word bank – and name where (place) they mostly live. • FISH: Complete sentences using word bank - and label body parts. • REPTILES: Complete sentences using word bank – and illustrate skin type/pattern. Label/name animals (pictures). • AMPHIBIANS: Complete sentences using word bank - and label body parts. Label/name animals (pictures). Label/name animals (pictures). • MOLLUSCS: Complete sentences using word bank - and label body parts. • CRUSTACEANS: Complete sentences using word bank - and label body parts. • SEA MAMMALS: Complete sentences using word bank - and label body parts. • MINIBEASTS: Complete sentences using word bank. draw an insect and label body parts (word bank) • Write the names of animals (from list) in each correct group. • Match each group of animals (mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians, insects) with a place where they are mostly likely to live (illustrations of different environments). Includes 1 Word Mat with key animal features Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)
Famous People/ Space KS2/ Astronauts Fact Sheets + Activities
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Famous People/ Space KS2/ Astronauts Fact Sheets + Activities

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Includes 11 fact sheets and 14 worksheets 11 Fact Sheets – one for each of the most famous US astronauts and cosmonauts, male and female, including brief biographies. Suggest folding in half and laminate. I have created some follow-up activities– including further reading texts Fact Sheet (research and writing activity) Based on the given photograph ( Tim Peake) find out who this British astronaut is. Complete the fact sheet and write a brief biography. Time Line - Cut and paste activity Cut around each photo and labels (dates and description). Match them. Use the fact sheets to find the answers. Paste them in chronological order (separate sheet provided) linked to Literacy Topics: Questionnaire Tick or write answers about famous astronauts/cosmonauts. Use as a quiz or find answers using fact sheets (pair/group work) ‘What is an astronaut? Text in two part that can be used in Literacy / Reading / Comprehension/ Writing – suggestions: • to write own questionnaires • list difficult words and use dictionaries • use information / highlight key words to complete ‘Job Description’ activity Job Description Write a job description for the position of astronaut – use information from the text ‘What is an astronaut?’ Glossary Use dictionaries to write the meaning of words/terms Interview Imagine interviewing a famous astronaut – write own questions and find answers in fact sheet – 1 x blank (own choice) and 1 x about interviewing Mae Jemison **Newspaper Report ** 1 x newspaper article – to discuss structure, layout, information, vocabulary 1 x newspaper front pages – to identify and label ‘heading – paragraph – subheading – date – image – column’ 1 x blank for planning a newspaper report 1 x blank to write newspaper report Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. Thanks for looking :) **
Minibeasts Fact Sheets
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Minibeasts Fact Sheets

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Fact sheets - for reading activities and independent research A5 fact sheets (A4 folded) with clear information about each minibeast - for a Reading Corner, Topic Board or Writing Corner For more useful activities, please check my set of Minibeasts Classification activities and Minibeasts Bingo in my shop Marie’s Teaching Resources. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)
Under The Sea - Worksheets & Posters
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Under The Sea - Worksheets & Posters

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Set of worksheets and posters to learn about animals from the ocean. • Facts about oceans: name the 5 oceans on Earth (on the map) • Ocean Layers –2 activities: Name and describe each layer (use word bank); draw a scene showing layers of the Under the Sea ; add cut out pictures and labels • Under Water: explain how livings things breath under water (use word bank) • Fact About… - 4 different animals/activities: use word bank to complete sentences • Fact Sheet - What do you know this animal? (blank) • Measurements – 2 activities / weight and length: put the measurements in the correct order (to order and compare size with standard units) • Who am I? – match pictures with name and best descriptions (cut and paste) • Set of A4 posters – describing what is: Sea Mammal, fish, sea reptile, crustacean, mollusc, carnivore, omnivore, predator, prey, ocean layers • Word Mat for writing and spellings with names of animals, and classification groups and features For more useful activities, please check my Under the Sea Animal Classification set and Bingo in my shop Marie’s Teaching Resources. Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)
DT / Food / Yummy Cereal Bars
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DT / Food / Yummy Cereal Bars

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Set of activities including facts, recipes and worksheets. Planning included! Based and adapted from DT unit 3b ‘Sandwich Snacks’, it also links Science lessons and objectives of 2A ‘Health and Growth’. Through this unit, children review the importance of healthy eating. They investigate the characteristics and properties of different varieties of cereal bars, taste each product, and develop vocabulary to describe the appearance, taste, smell and texture. They look at nutritional contents. They learn basic food preparation techniques and ways of combining components to create simple cereal bars. They make choices based on the properties of different foods in order to design and make a healthier alternative. Through this activity, children develop an awareness of health and safety and learn that the quality of the product depends on how well it is made and presented. Resources • Food Pyramid • Food clipart • Food Pie Chart: to show how much you should eat from each food group everyday to stay healthy • Are cereal bars good for us? – reading information • Nutritional Facts – information • Recipes • Sensory Vocabulary Science Worksheets • Food Pyramid: illustrate the different types of food for each food group • Healthy Plate!: draw different foods that belong in each group • Look closely at Nutritional Facts of 2 different types of cereal bars and complete worksheet; which one would be a better choice? Why? • Compare cereal bars from recipes in terms of appearance, flavour and texture. • Find out which cereal bar children like the most – use block graph to record answers • Look at nutritional benefits of each cereal bar to find out which one is the healthiest DT worksheets: • Investigate different cereal bars. Illustrate how they look and briefly describe each one (name, appearance, main ingredients, texture, taste) use sensory vocabulary card • Recipes – worksheets (to work through) • Design your own cereal bar • Complete blank recipe template to show how you will make your cereal bar including ingredients an equipment • Design a wrapping (extension) • Evaluate your own cereal bar Literacy: • Complete a Non- Chronological Report to show what you have learnt about cereal bars Useful Tip! Use the PDF doc with your IWB to work through the pages with your children :) Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. mariesteachingresources@gmail.com For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :) Note: The resources have been updated & corrections made on 15/6/20
Seaside – PowerPoints
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Seaside – PowerPoints

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Use unique PowerPoints as a fun way to introduce and teach facts and vocabulary associated to the Seaside. Look at seaside human and physical features, things people take to the beach, activities, transports, jobs, safety and Seaside during the Victorian Times. Ideal for whole class teaching or set up as independent reading / researching ICT activities. The set includes now 3 differentiated PowerPoints to suit each and everyone’s diverse levels of learning. PPP LA: Suitable for early KS1 - 28 slides - key words to introduce seaside features, activities and things people take to the beach, seaside safety, seaside transports PPP MA: Suitable for KS1 - 22 slides with key sentences & adjectives to learn about the seaside human and physical features, seaside activities and things people take to the beach, seaside safety, seaside transports, seaside jobs and seaside during the Victorian time PPP HA: Suitable for KS1 (early KS2) top readers - 25 slides which includes more extended reading material & information, useful vocabulary The PowerPoints have been created with sounds – create a file and ensure that you save ALL PPPs, sounds and fonts in the same file.
Food in Space / KS1&2 / Healthy Food
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Food in Space / KS1&2 / Healthy Food

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Includes 7 fact sheets and 5 worksheets Fact Sheets – Introduction: can be used in Literacy / Reading / Comprehension: •What is it like to eat in space?**** part 1 and 2 - explaining how food was developed for space missions • Types of Foods – information about the eight food categories in which space foods are made • How do astronauts eat? - information about food tray design • Great Food in Space! – about why astronauts needs specific diets • Healthy Food in Space – outlining what astronauts have to eat to stay healthy / Food Pyramid / numbers of daily servings for each food group **• International Space Station Daily Menu Food List ** Worksheets: • Look at the International Space Station Daily Menu and count how many foods there are for each food groups. Write the numbers to complete the table. • Types of Foods - Use the information from your findings to answer some these questions. • Planning a Daily Menu (Table) - Look at the International Space Station Daily Menu and choose foods that you would like to eat. Remember! Daily Servings tells you how many you need for each food group. • What’s On Your Menu Today? ( Food Pyramid Chart) - Look at the International Space Station Daily Menu and choose foods that you would like to eat. • Planning a 5 Day Menu (Table) - Use the ISS Daily Menu List and the recommended daily servings from the Food Pyramid chart to create balanced meals for an astronaut. Useful Tip! Use the PDF doc with your IWB to work through the pages with your children :) Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. Thanks for looking :)
Jack and The Beanstalk KS1 – Worksheets
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Jack and The Beanstalk KS1 – Worksheets

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Different sets of writing activities: • Describing characters • Completing characters’ fact sheets • Recording observations (Bean Diary- Science) Cut and paste activities: • Rearranging words in the correct order to create sentences • Sequencing story images and captions • Pictures and writing sheets to recreate scenes from the story or create new ones • Blank sheets Also includes a Word Mat for story writing activities and spellings with story prompts (beginning, middle, end) verbs and adjectives.
Animals from the Rainforest - Classification
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Animals from the Rainforest - Classification

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This is a great whole class teaching activity while children work in groups to identify different groups of rainforest animals. Each group is given a set of flash cards, key headings and features to sort out into vertebrates, invertebrates, mammals, reptiles, birds, fish and amphibians while cooperatively making decisions and discussing the different possibilities. You can provide for each group an A3 sheet of paper and glue sticks to create a group poster. They can record their answers in a chart and in a table (worksheets) Instructions included. Follow up activities: • Completing animal classification chart • Recording animal features in a table (general) • Recording animal features in a table (animals from the Amazon) • Completing sentences using appropriate words, label body parts • Cut and Paste - Sorting animals into 2 different groups herbivores (own choice) For more useful activities, please check my set of worksheets and Bingo activities in my shop Marie’s Teaching Resources. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)
Space Bundle
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Space Bundle

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This bundle includes information about our solar system, famous astronauts, life in space and food in space with follow-up Literacy, Science and DT activities. Our Solar System / Planets Worksheets Includes Science activities: Gravity Pulls, Gravity and Other Forces, Solids, Liquids and Gases, Dissolving and Separating Our Solar System / Planets Fact Sheets Famous People/ Astronauts Fact Sheets + Activities Activities include completing a: Fact Sheet, Time Line, Questionnaire, ‘What is an astronaut?, Job Description, Glossary, Interview, Newspaper Report. Food in Space / Healthy Food Fact Sheets: What is it like to eat in space?, Types of Foods, How do astronauts eat?, Great Food in Space!, Healthy Food in Space, International Space Station Daily Menu Food List. Worksheets: Look at the International Space Station Daily Menu, Types of Foods, Planning a Daily Menu, What’s On Your Menu Today? (Food Pyramid Chart), Planning a 5 Day Menu (Table) Food in Space / Freeze-Dried Foods Fact sheets and activities include: What is Freeze-Dried Food?, Different Types of Freeze-Dried Food, How is Freeze-Dried Food Made?, Nutritional Benefits of Food Food in Space / Tasting Foods Fact sheet: Selecting A Menu Activities: Testing Foods, Taste Panel Evaluation, Testing Foods – Results, Sensory Taste Panel Vocabulary, Taste Panel Evaluation Sheet, What meal would you like? DT / Packaging / Food Tray for an Astronaut Worksheets based on QCA / DT Unit 3A / Packaging , covering the last phase of the unit only, ‘Design and Make a special package for a purpose’, where children design a food tray for an astronaut, plan how they will make it and evaluate their finished work. This unit builds on IT Unit 1D ‘Labelling and classifying’ and on Science Units 1C ‘Sorting and using materials’, 2D ‘Grouping and changing materials’ and 2E ‘Forces and movement’. DT / Vehicles/ Space Buggy Worksheets based on DT Unit 2A / Vehicles , designed for the last phase of the unit only, ‘Design and Make a wheeled vehicle for a purpose’, where children design a vehicle, plan how they will make it and evaluate their finished work. Useful Tip! Use the PDF doc with your IWB to work through the pages with your children :) Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any useful comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. Thanks for looking :) Copyright © Marie’s Teaching Resources 2020 (previously © Hang A Mural)
Children in WW2 / KS2 / Facts & Worksheets
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Children in WW2 / KS2 / Facts & Worksheets

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Based on the QCA scheme of work Unit 9 ‘What was it like for children in the Second World War?’, I have created some fact sheets including photos and follow up activities. Set includes 4 fact sheets and 4 worksheets. How was it like to be an evacuee? Worksheets: • Explain why were children evacuated and what was it like to be an evacuee (use picture clues) • Diary of a Young Evacuee. Imagine you are an evacuee and write diary extracts. • Questionnaire- What was it like to be a child living in this area in WW2? to use for interviewing someone in your locality that was a child during the war. The Story of Anne Frank Worksheet: • Retell the story of Anne Frank Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. Thanks for looking :)
Britain in WW2 / KS2 / Facts & Worksheets
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Britain in WW2 / KS2 / Facts & Worksheets

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Based on the QCA scheme of work Unit 9 ‘What was it like for children in the Second World War?’, I have created some fact sheets including photos and newspaper articles, and follow up activities. Set includes 14 fact sheets and 8 worksheets. Useful Tip! Why not use the PDF doc with your IWB to work through the pages with your children :) Fact sheets: I have put the additional pictures/photos before each fact sheet so that you can use them to generate questions and discussions with your pupils before reading the text. Print and use for independent / group work. Suitable for Literacy and Guided Reading, Dictionary activities (search for definitions) What was the Blitz? Worksheet: • Explain in own words what the Blitz was in WW2 (use picture clues) London Landmarks Worksheet: • Find information about landmarks in London that were hit during the bombings (Internet) What could be done to stop the bombers? Worksheets: • Describe how the bombing could be stopped (use picture clues) • The Affects of Air Raids: Read a newspaper account of a result of an air raid; find out what happened when the bomb landed; how were people who lived there affected? Explain in own words the effects of bomb damage and how people felt during the Blitz. How did people protect themselves? Worksheets: • Describe different ways people were protected from the bombings (use picture clues). • Identify advantages and disadvantages of different ways people protected themselves. • Identify advantages and disadvantages between the Anderson Shelter and the Morrison Shelter • Identify advantages and disadvantages between communal shelters and the Underground Hope that you like and find them useful. Please check my other resources. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. Thanks for looking :)
Little Red Riding Hood – Worksheets KS1
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Little Red Riding Hood – Worksheets KS1

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Suitable for Year 2 and up • Story of Little Red Riding Hood – text • Tell The Tale – story pictures for sequencing and oral retelling • What Happens Next? –cut and paste pictures and text • Story Map - complete a map with words and/or pictures • Story Structure – list characters, settings, events and resolution • Story Plot x 2– name each part of the story (beginning, build-up, problem, resolution, end); add captions on diagram • True or False - identify which sentences are true or not and rewrite the false sentences so that they are true • Character Portrait – illustrate and describe one character • Describing Characters – use adjectives word bank • Describing settings – list adjectives and write a description • Different Words! – Synonyms - Identify words from word bank that have the same meaning • Missing Words - use word bank to complete sentences • Capital Letters – add the missing capital letters • Speech Marks – add the missing speech marks • Where is the punctuation? – add missing capital letters, full stop, commas, speech marks, exclamation marks • Questions – find the questions. add questions marks. add full stops to the ones that are statements • Story Sequence – blank • Story Plan – blank • Writing sheet x2 with word banks • Treats for Grandma!! – write a list of foods • Wanted Poster x 2 • Word Mat - including verbs, adjectives, sentence starters • Comprehension - 3 pages, text, questions, writing tasks ‘write a different ending’ • LRRH Fact Sheet – origins of the story and first authors • Book Review – compare 2 versions of the same story • Set of posters for display and story prompts Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)
Hansel and Gretel – Worksheets
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Hansel and Gretel – Worksheets

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Suitable for Year 2 & up • Story of Hansel and Gretel – text • Tell The Tale – story pictures for sequencing and oral retelling • What Happens Next? –cut and paste pictures and text • Story Map - complete a map with words and/or pictures • Story Structure – list characters, settings, events and resolution • Story Plot – name each part of the story (beginning, build-up, problem, resolution, end); add captions on diagram • True or False - identify which sentences are true or not and rewrite the false sentences so that they are true • Character Portrait – illustrate and describe one character • Describing Characters – use adjectives word bank • Describing settings x 2 – list adjectives and write a description • Missing Words - use word bank to complete sentences • Capital Letters – add the missing capital letters • Speech Marks – add the missing speech marks • Where is the punctuation? – add missing capital letters, full stop, commas, speech marks, exclamation marks • Questions – find the questions. add questions marks. add full stops to the ones that are statements • Story Sequence – blank • Story Plan – blank • Writing sheet – blank • Writing sheet x2 with word banks • What are they saying? – find 3 adjectives that mean the same as Delicious; complete speech bubbles • Delicious Boy! – write a list of foods • Word Mat - including verbs, adjectives, sentence starters • Comprehension - 4 pages • Set of posters for display and story prompts Hope that you like and find them useful. If you have any comments or recommendations to make, please do not hesitate to do so. For additional resources based on the story of Hansel and Gretel including DT activities, please check my shop Marie’s Teaching Resources. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)
Animals from the Rainforest - Fact Sheets
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Animals from the Rainforest - Fact Sheets

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Fact sheets - for reading activities and independent research A5 fact sheets (A4 folded) with clear information about each animal - for a Reading Corner, Topic Board or Writing Corner For additional resources based on animals from the Amazon rainforest, please check my shop Marie’s Teaching Resources. For updates go to my Facebook page – Marie’s Teaching Resources Thanks for looking :)