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These resources have been created using my experience as a primary school teacher. They are designed in a way which allows children to understand a specific concept or skill, by being given an example or explanation to follow and activities to complete. The worksheets are clear and simple to follow, many of which have an extension activity.

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These resources have been created using my experience as a primary school teacher. They are designed in a way which allows children to understand a specific concept or skill, by being given an example or explanation to follow and activities to complete. The worksheets are clear and simple to follow, many of which have an extension activity.
Revise and Practise, Grammar Pack 2 - KS2

Revise and Practise, Grammar Pack 2 - KS2

16 Worksheets created to help children improve their grammar skills at Key Stage 2. Ideal for homework. Covers many of the year 5 and year 6 grammar objectives in the National Curriculum. Answers are included with the pack. The packs helps children develop a good grasp of adverbs, adverbial phrases, connectives for different purposes, clauses, active/passive voice etc, in order to structure their sentences in interesting and grammatically correct ways. Worksheets in the pack: - Sentence Types - Collective Nouns - Abstract Nouns - Pronouns – Personal, Possessive, Relative - Subject, Verb and Object - Subject, Verb Agreement - Synonyms - Adjectives - Comparative and Superlatives - Adverbs - Adverbial Phrases - Clauses and Phrases - Conjunctions for Different Purposes 1 - Conjunctions for Different Purposes 2 - Complex Sentences - Active and Passive Voice - Formal and Informal Language
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Times Tables/Division Tests, Mixed Tables, up to x12

Times Tables/Division Tests, Mixed Tables, up to x12

21 pages of tests, 2 tests per page, 20 questions per test. 2 Progress Charts. Answers included. Can be used for weekly tests or homework. The aim of this pack is to improve children’s knowledge of times tables and division facts. The questions have been mixed up as it is important for children to know the answer to a times tables or division question without having to count, or say the whole times table by rote every time. This pack has been created to incorporate two types of tests: • Mental Recall Tests - help children improve their mental recall of multiplication and division facts up to x12. • Speed Tests - improve the speed at which individual tables/division facts are recalled.
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How to make sentences more interesting

How to make sentences more interesting

This worksheets gives children ideas and guidance on how to turn a boring sentence into a more interesting one. Explains nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs, encourages children to extend their sentence.
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Match the Equivalent Fractions (cut & stick)- Writing Equivalent Fractions

Match the Equivalent Fractions (cut & stick)- Writing Equivalent Fractions

This worksheet will help children begin to identify and match equivalent fractions. It shows children visually what the equivalent fractions look like and then how to write fractions. Focus is on: halves, quarters, thirds, sixths, eigths Activity: Look at the shapes at the bottom of the page. Cut them out and stick them next to the equivalent fraction. Write the equivalent fractions. The first one has been started for you. Extension Activity: Draw the fraction equivalents from the table above using circles.
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Phonics - 'st' Words and Pictures (Look, Say, Write and Copy)

Phonics - 'st' Words and Pictures (Look, Say, Write and Copy)

The sound ‘st’ can be heard at the beginning or end of words. Look at the picture. Say the word. Write ‘st’ in the gap. Copy the word underneath. Helps to extend vocabulary and phonic knowledge. Can be used to support work in the classroom, as a consolidation activity, or as homework.
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Reading Simple Sentences / Captions - EYFS, Year1

Reading Simple Sentences / Captions - EYFS, Year1

Children have a go at reading and tracing over the captions/sentences. Then draw a picture. Extends vocabulary, spelling, reading and writing skills. Helps children recognise keywords. Ideal for reinforcement, record keeping, assessment or to learn words at home.
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Phonics- Long Vowel Sounds - 'ue', 'ew' or 'u_e'

Phonics- Long Vowel Sounds - 'ue', 'ew' or 'u_e'

A long ‘u’ sound can be made in 3 ways. Practise and reinforce long vowel sounds for 'u'. Read the words. Draw a line to the correct sound in the word. Words contain the long vowel sound spelt using: 'ue', 'ew' or 'u_e'. Children then colour the: ew words in green, ue words in blue, u-e words in red. Helping them to remember and group words. Ideal for practising and reinforcing phonics, reading and writing.
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Ordinal Numbers to 10 - Traffic Jam, EYFS, Year 1

Ordinal Numbers to 10 - Traffic Jam, EYFS, Year 1

Worksheet to help children read and write ordinal numbers to 10. Includes ordinal numbers as words and digits. Children look at the traffic jam and identify the position of the vehicles. Worksheet can be used to compliment practical activities. Can be used in the classroom, assessment, reinforcement or homework.
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Counting to 100, Farmer Joe, Count Reliably, Worksheet, Assessment

Counting to 100, Farmer Joe, Count Reliably, Worksheet, Assessment

Farmer Joe is ready for another busy day on the farm. What will Farmer Joe see on his way to work today? Point to and say each number along his path. Put a tick next to each picture when you can count up to the number. Can you count to 100? Children can then try and say or write the numbers without looking at the worksheet. Worksheet can also be used as an aide memoire or poster. Can be used in the classroom, assessment, reinforcement or homework.
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Counting to 50, Counting Reliably, Worksheet, Assessment

Counting to 50, Counting Reliably, Worksheet, Assessment

Help Fluffy count to 50 and reach home safely. Start at 1 and see if you can count to 50. Point to each number as you say it. If you stop before you get to 50, draw a little picture of Fluffy on the number. Start at 1 again. Keep trying until Fluffy reaches the number 50. Children can then have a go at writing the numbers to 50 without looking. Worksheet can also be used as an aide memoire, or poster. Ideal for classroom use, assessment, reinforcement to practical work, sent home with children to practise with parents.
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Guess the Shape - 2D Shape Riddles - Drawing 2D Shapes - Shape Patterns

Guess the Shape - 2D Shape Riddles - Drawing 2D Shapes - Shape Patterns

Worksheet contains 3 activities. 1) Read the shape description. What is the name of the shape it is describing? Write the name of the shape. Cut out the correct shape and stick it. 2) Have a go at drawing the shapes yourself. Write the name of the shape underneath. (table provided) 3) Draw a pattern using 3 of the shapes. (example pattern shown) Can be used in the classroom, to reinforce practical work, or as homework.
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Maths Position and Direction - Seaside Fun - Maths Vocabulary

Maths Position and Direction - Seaside Fun - Maths Vocabulary

Worksheet to help children use vocabulary associated with position and direction using a picture grid. Vocabulary children are encouraged to use includes: up, down, forwards, backwards, above, below, next to, left, right. Jimmy the Jellyfish wants to explore the beach. Help him find his way around by telling him where things are and giving him directions. 1) Use the words above to help you say or write directions. 2) Describe to Jimmy the position of each of these.
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3D Shape Sorting- Identifying Shapes, Properties of Shapes

3D Shape Sorting- Identifying Shapes, Properties of Shapes

Worksheet to help children identify and name 3D Shapes, then focus on the properties of 3D shapes. 1) Name these 3D Shapes. Draw a line to join the shape to the name. 2) Colour shapes with curved faces – green Colour shapes with straight edges only - blue Ideal for use in the classroom, assessment, reinforcement of practical work or homework.
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Finding Fractions of a Number - Using Pictures and Written Form

Finding Fractions of a Number - Using Pictures and Written Form

This worksheet helps children work out fractions of a number by sharing. A detailed explanation and examples are given, in both written and visual forms, to help children understand the concept. Activity 1: Find 1/2, 1/3 or 1/4 of these numbers. Blank rectangles are provided for children to colour in. You can find the answer by dividing or sharing the squares. You can use cubes to help you count and share. The first one has been started for you. Activity 2: children find a fraction of a number using a similar method to that given in the main body of the worksheet.
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Phonics - 'ai' or 'oa' Words, Missing Sounds

Phonics - 'ai' or 'oa' Words, Missing Sounds

Look at the picture and fill in the missing sound - is it 'ai' or 'oa'? Read the simple sentences and fill in the missing words. Write a simple sentence for each of these words: rain boat daisy road Helps to extend vocabulary and phonic knowledge. Can be used to support work in the classroom, as a consolidation activity, or as homework.
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Phonics - 'oi' or 'or' words, Missing Sounds

Phonics - 'oi' or 'or' words, Missing Sounds

Look at the picture and fill in the missing sound - is it 'oi' or 'or'? Read the simple sentences and fill in the missing words. Helps to extend vocabulary and phonic knowledge. Can be used to support work in the classroom, as a consolidation activity, or as homework.
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Phonics - 'ck' Words, Word Building and Writing

Phonics - 'ck' Words, Word Building and Writing

Making words that end in ‘ck’. Cut out the rectangles. Match the beginning of the word with the ‘ck’. Write the word in the table. Stick the correct picture next to the word. Pictures, words and table are all provided. Helps to extend vocabulary and phonic knowledge. Can be used to support work in the classroom, as a consolidation activity, or as homework.
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Phonics, CVC Words, Missing Vowels Pictures and Words

Phonics, CVC Words, Missing Vowels Pictures and Words

CVC words have a vowel (a e i o u) sound in the middle of the word. Write the missing vowel sound in these words. Picture cues are given. Extension Activity: Copy the words underneath. Helps to extend vocabulary and phonic knowledge. Can be used to support work in the classroom, as a consolidation activity, assessment or as homework.
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Phonics - Initial Sounds 'm' or 'n'?

Phonics - Initial Sounds 'm' or 'n'?

Look at the pictures, do they begin with ‘m’ or ‘n’? Write the correct initial sound underneath. Draw 2 more things that begin with m. Draw 2 more things that begin with m. Extends vocabulary and phonic knowledge. Can be used to consolidate work, assessment or as homework.
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Reading Keywords 1 - EYFS Words

Reading Keywords 1 - EYFS Words

Read the words in the tree. Colour them in when you can read them by yourself. Words are: to, the no, go, I Write the words you can read below the tree. Extends vocabulary, spelling, reading and writing skills. Helps children recognise keywords. Ideal for reinforcement, record keeping, assessment or to learn words at home.
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