A KS2 activity where children need to order the listed circus themed events into a timeline. Timeline box given so children can either cut and stick into the empty layout or they can hand write into the boxes. However could also be used for online/distance learning as the activity can also be edited in word. The answers are also attached. Both documents in word & PDF.
Differentiated (5 ways) maths lesson based on using a protractor and measuring angles. SEN - includes circling angle type and knowing the angles sizes between for each type. (right, acute & obtuse) LA - Includes right, acute and obtuse angles blank ready to measure. MA - Includes right, acute, obtuse & reflex angles (2 pages) HA - Includes right, acute, obtuse & reflex angles mixed orientation (2 pages) HHA - Includes right, acute, obtuse & reflex angles mixed orientation as well asking the children to make an estimation of the angle size (2 pages)
A short example of diary writing, including all the features. Underneath the example, the document includes areas for children to write their own diary entries. Great for online, distance or home learning. Easy to follow and children can edit the document to write their diary independently.
Science experiment - Float or Sink? - Can be done at school or home! Great task for online learning.
In the layout of Science investigation, the children need to complete the missing parts and then complete the experiment, testing different materials on whether they will float or sink. Easy materials that are found nearby plus the chance for the children to add two of their choice. Easy to follow and clear to all so could be used independently by KS2 children at home, as part of online/distance learning or at school.
Improve/uplevel paragraph (KS2) - great for online teaching, guided reading or improving description
An example of a description paragraph and then space for the children to edit and improve underneath. Great task for online learning and will encourage creative writing. Also useful within guided reading or improving description skills within English lessons.
Easy to follow powerpoint perfect for an art lesson. Information on William Morris, pictures of him and his work. Task at the end with layout example. One lesson in one powerpoint. Could also be used for online/distance learning.
Easy short story plan split up into small, manageable chunks for children to complete independently. Great for online, distance and home learning and a simple way to encourage children to write. As well as a plan with prompt questions to help produce ideas, there is also an example of a short story. Great for KS2 children.
Writing an autobiography? A great task to set children and encourage them to write, particularly for distance, home or online learning. The powerpoint explains what the children need to write about and includes a planning mind map. There is an example autobiography to help inspire children as well as a document to help structure their autobiography.
For this Science investigation, the children need to complete the result table by measuring the temperature in different places. They must have a thermometer. Two different tasks - one at school and one at home. Easy to follow and clear to all so could be used independently by KS2 children at home, as part of online / distance learning or at school. Or could use one in class and set the other as homework. Extension questions to develop further Scientific skills.
A variation of questions and tasks based on Myths & Legends for children to complete. Perfect for Guided Reading. Banded (using Target Tracker) therefore helpful for teacher assessment. Testing a variety of skills. Great way to use develop targets too.
Differentiated targets for Y5 End of Year reports. Includes Reading, writing and maths.
Two page example of what to include when leaving notes for supply. Can be edited to suit school/class. Covers everything you will need to leave your class and know that you have given all the necessary information. Checked and approved by a supply teacher.
Six differentiated storyboards, includes boxes of 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14. Avalaible in PDF and Word. Very easy to follow and clear design, which allows the children to follow independently. Space for pictures and writing. Can be edited on the computer or printed and drawn on. Border can be removed if needed. Great for online/distance learning. Children can use for all sorts of tasks and subjects!
Three versions - differentated, English task! Each document has an example of an edited description and room for the children to improve/uplevel it. Example can be used within a week’s work, as a WAGOLL or as a independent task for an English or Guided reading lesson. Would work well for distance/online learning.
A variation of questions and tasks based on Poetry for children to complete. Perfect for Guided Reading. Banded (using Target Tracker) therefore helpful for teacher assessment. Testing a variety of skills. Great way to use develop targets too.
Here are twenty ideas to do with children at the beach! Amazing, creative ideas that will keep children happy and learning at the beach. Minimal resources needed and not dependent on weather! Can be used with school or your own children! Enjoy!
A variation of questions and tasks based on Fairy tales for children to complete. Perfect for Guided Reading. Banded (using Target Tracker) therefore helpful for teacher assessment.
Simple, effective ideas within a plan and supporting resources to complete a Victorian morning at school. This was used with a Y5 class which worked really well. A morning of fun but with lots of learning too!
Improve/uplevel the story opener - chn to edit and improve - great for an online task/Guided reading
An example of a story opener and then space for the children to edit and improve the opener underneath. Great task for online learning and will encourage creative writing. Also useful within guided reading or improving editing skills within English lessons.
Six different homework tasks to be used for Learning Logs or similar. Tasks linked to Victorians, Greeks and Art. Tasks are open ended, fun and engaging. Great for Y5 or similar. Children can interpret the task to suit their and use many skills to complete the tasks.