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The resources I've created are predominantly Maths but I love uploading a variety of different resources. For every paid resource, I try to offer a free resource. To help me continue to do this and if you like my resources, please rate them.
Lego Therapy (for the Mainstream Classroom)
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Lego Therapy (for the Mainstream Classroom)

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I have been using Lego therapy for years to support teach my class how to work effectively using peer collaboration. This presentation contains: The rules of how to complete Lego therapy in a group Printable cards which explain the roles of the different members within a group Suggested activities and challenges to give a group Other Related Products that also help with collaboration and critical thinking: Thunks - Questions that make you thunk! Philosophy For Children Scenario Cards Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG ♦ If you have any questions or concerns, go ahead and contact me through the Q & A and I’ll get back to you ASAP!
Word Problems: Multiply and Divide by 10 and 100
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Word Problems: Multiply and Divide by 10 and 100

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This resource contains a worksheet based on multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100. The questions are asked in the form of a worded problem. This resource works well with my FREE presentation: Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method SAVE money by buying this as part of my Maths Bundle (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Word Problems - Addition and Subtraction
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Word Problems - Addition and Subtraction

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This resource contains a free set of three differentiated worksheets based on using addition and subtraction with word problems. I created this for a Year 3 class but it could easily be used for other age groups. This resource is to give you an idea of what the rest of my word problem resources are like which are for sale. Hope you enjoy it! This resource works well with my FREE presentation: Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method SAVE money by buying this as part of my Maths Bundle (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Thunks - Questions that make you think!
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Thunks - Questions that make you think!

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This presentation is filled with load of Thunks! Thunks are unusual questions to make you think. Examples could be: If the world was rules by rabbits, what would it look like? If you could have a million dollars or a million friends, which one would you chose? I use this bank of Thunks to get my class thinking at the start of the day and they love it. A lot of these questions have been taken and adapted from Ian Gilbert’s Little Book of Thunks. Other Related Products that also help with collaboration and critical thinking: Lego Therapy Philosophy For Children Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Grammar: Past, Present & Future Tenses
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Grammar: Past, Present & Future Tenses

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This is a great and simple to use bundle which I created to teach children the sixteen different tenses. It contains a Power Point Presentation which has clear examples, explaining each rule on a time line. To test the students understanding, there is a worksheet for each of the tenses and an answer key to save you time. ★ Past Simple ★ Past Perfect Continuous ★ Past Continuous ★ Past Perfect ★ Present Simple ★ Present Perfect Continuous ★ Present Continuous ★ Present Perfect ★ Future Simple ★ Future Perfect Continuous ★ Future Continuous ★ Future Perfect Please keep checking back because I will be uploading more grammar tasks in the near future! Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Addition & Subtraction: Using Column Method
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Addition & Subtraction: Using Column Method

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This resource contains six worksheets based on using column method with addition and subtraction. Students will get the opportunity to answer a variety of questions directly on the worksheets. As described below, the worksheets are differentiated three ways, with the more difficult worksheets containing concepts such as carrying and borrowing. This resource works well with my FREE presentation: Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method SAVE money by buying this as part of my Maths Bundle (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method
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Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method

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This powerpoint presentation explains how to use a variety of different methods to solve addition and subtraction questions (number lines, partitioning and column method). The presentation was created to go with the following worksheets: Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG ♦ If you have any questions or concerns, go ahead and contact me through the Q & A and I’ll get back to you ASAP!
Data Handling: Line Graphs, Bar Charts, Pictograms, Tally Charts and Pie Charts
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Data Handling: Line Graphs, Bar Charts, Pictograms, Tally Charts and Pie Charts

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This resource contains a set of five posters explaining how to create a line graph, bar chart, pictogram, tally chart and pie chart. It was created for a Grade 4 class and can also be used as a worksheet for a lesson where the students will need to gather data and complete the instructions on the sheet to create the choice of graph. Why not check out one of my FREE presentations? Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method Check out my Maths Bundle on Addition and Subtraction (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Addition & Subtraction: Using Partitioning
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Addition & Subtraction: Using Partitioning

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This resource contains a set of three differentiated worksheets based on the concept of partitioning with addition and subtraction. They show examples of how to answer the questions on the sheet using partitioning method. However, the students could answer the questions using a different method if the teacher wanted them to. This resource works well with my FREE presentation: Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method SAVE money by buying this as part of my Maths Bundle (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Next to the learning objective there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right hand side of the sheet for pupil self evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Word Problems: Math Bundle
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Word Problems: Math Bundle

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This Bundle pack contains more than 30 worksheets with worded problems based on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. There is also a presentation which explains how to use the RUCSAC method. This pack was aimed towards Grade 2, Grade 3 and Grade 4 students, containing a mixture of difficulties. The Bundle contains the following of my Teachers Pay Teachers resources: Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction (Sample) Word Problems: Division Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction (Set 1) Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction (Set 2) Word Problems: Multiplying and Dividing by 10 and 100 Word Problems: Mixed Problems (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division)
0 - 9 Digit Cards
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0 - 9 Digit Cards

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0 - 9 Digit cards which I created to use for my Math Bulk Addition and Subtraction worksheets. I get the children in my class to turn them face down and flip them the right way round one at a time to create their own addition and subtraction questions. Enjoy!
Word Problems: Division
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Word Problems: Division

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This resource contains a set of three differentiated worksheets based on division with worded problems. This resource works well with my FREE presentation based on using RUCSAC with worded problems: Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method SAVE money by buying this as part of my Maths Bundle (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Addition & Subtraction: Using a Number Line
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Addition & Subtraction: Using a Number Line

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This resource contains three worksheets based on addition and subtraction. It would be best suited to students in the lower primary school but could be used for other age groups. The worksheets show an example of how to complete the questions. It also contains a number line which can be laminated and written on using white board pens to help students to solve the questions. This resource works well with my FREE presentation: Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method SAVE money by buying this as part of my Maths Bundle (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Word Problems: Addition & Subtraction Set 1
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Word Problems: Addition & Subtraction Set 1

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This resource contains NINE WORKSHEETS based on word problems with addition and subtraction. As described below, they are clearly differentiated with the worksheets getting more challenging throughout the PDF. This resource works well with my FREE presentation: Word Problems: Addition & Subtraction Like my work, why not buy a Maths Bundle (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Bundle: Political Governing Systems
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Bundle: Political Governing Systems

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Teaching politics to students is an important part of preparing them for the future. I enjoyed creating these resources for my students and we had a lot of fun running through the different scenarios. Please remember to check out my blog for more activities on how you can use Ordering Human Rights Resource Pack Matching Activity of Governing Systems under different scenarios Reading comprehension based on governing systems and ideologies Reading comprehension based on the British Parliamentary system Poster explaining how the British Parliamentary system works Access to website based on Governing systems Not what you’re looking for, why not take a look at some of the other resources below: Tudor Portraits Grammar Tenses Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG ♦ If you have any questions or concerns, go ahead and contact me through the Q & A and I’ll get back to you ASAP!
Past, Present and Future
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Past, Present and Future

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This is a great and simple to use presentation which I created to teach children the sixteen different tenses. It contains clear examples, explaining each rule using a time line. To test the students understanding, there is also a great worksheet for each of the tenses! ★ Past Simple ★ Past Perfect Continuous ★ Past Continuous ★ Past Perfect ★ Present Simple ★ Present Perfect Continuous ★ Present Continuous ★ Present Perfect ★ Future Simple ★ Future Perfect Continuous ★ Future Continuous ★ Future Perfect Please keep checking back because I will be uploading more grammar tasks in the near future! Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit My BLOG ♦ If you have any questions or concerns, go ahead and contact me through the Q & A and I’ll get back to you ASAP!
Addition & Subtraction: Mixed Questions
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Addition & Subtraction: Mixed Questions

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This resource contains six worksheets to check a students understanding of number lines, partitioning, extended column method and column method. I think it’s important that students know how to use a variety of methods for solving addition and subtraction questions, being able to use the most suitable method for the most suitable question. This also helps them with their mental calculations. This set of worksheets works perfectly with my free presentation based on the different concepts of addition and subtraction. Enjoy! This resource works well with my FREE presentation: Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method SAVE money by buying this as part of my Maths Bundle (over 30 worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Tudor Portraits
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Tudor Portraits

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This is a lesson plan and presentation containing a unit of work about how to draw portraits. The theme was based on ‘The Tudors’ but can easily be adapted to lessons based on drawing portraits. Presentation (containing unit of lessons and activities) Lesson Unit Plan *Please note: if you like the resources I create, please leave a review. This helps me to keep my resources cheap! If you have any recommendations, comment and I will do my best to make the necessary changes.
Addition & Subtraction: Using Extended Column Method
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Addition & Subtraction: Using Extended Column Method

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This resource contains six worksheets based on column method, using the extended method. The worksheets explain how to complete the method but work best with my free presentation. As described below, the worksheets are differentiated three ways and get increasingly difficult. This resource works well with my FREE presentation: Addition & Subtraction: Presentation on Partitioning, Number Lines & Column Method SAVE money by buying this as part of my Maths Bundle (over thirty worksheets!) Math Bundle: Addition & Subtraction General Math Worksheet Notes: Besides the learning objective, there is a colour in brackets. The colour refers to which worksheet would be most suitable for which differentiated group. The colours below represent the following ability. ★ Red - Lower Ability ★ Orange - Middle Ability ★ Green - High Ability I use the apple at the top right-hand side of the sheet for pupil self-evaluation. I get the students to colour the apple in the following colours: ★ Red - I don’t understand (please help me) ★ Orange - I am okay but need more practice ★ Green - I have met the objective and am ready for another challenge This helps me to identify which students will need help during the next lesson, ensuring I look through their work carefully to work out what misconceptions they may be having. Comments, suggestions, feedback and questions always welcomed! ♦ Do you need some fresh ideas and tips? Then visit MY BLOG
Addition & Subtraction: Math Bundle
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Addition & Subtraction: Math Bundle

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This bundle contains over thirty worksheets and a Power Point presentation explaining the following mathematical concepts: ★ Number lines ★ Partitioning ★ Extended column method ★ Column method. The worksheets were created whilst thinking about the learning that occurs within a Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5 class but are easily adaptable to other grade groups.