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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.
Telling the Time Worksheet Pack 1 - KS1/KS2
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Telling the Time Worksheet Pack 1 - KS1/KS2

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13 high quality worksheets to help children learn to read and write the time. Ideal for homework, self assessment or reinforcement. Allows children to practise telling the time using an analogue clock and digital clock Progression has been incorporated into this pack, as well as opportunities to practise and revise what has already been learnt. Answers are also included. Worksheets included: - Make Your Own Clock - Minutes in an hour - o’clock - half past - quarter past - quarter to - quarter past, half past, quarter to
Direct Speech to Reported Speech Worksheet
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Direct Speech to Reported Speech Worksheet

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Quality worksheet for changing direct speech to reported speech. Explanations and examples given. Can be used to reinforce lesson, or for homework. Extension activity provided for differentiation.
Imperative Verbs, Imperative Sentences
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Imperative Verbs, Imperative Sentences

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Quality worksheet focussing on imperative verbs and imperative sentences. Clearly illustrated to help reinforce what an imperative verb is and how to use imperatives within a sentence. Ideal for classroom use, or as homework.
Grammar: Third Person to First Person
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Grammar: Third Person to First Person

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High quality worksheet with clear explanations and examples. Grammar focus on changing text from third person to first person. Contains a handy aide memoire for children to cut out and keep. Can be used to support classroom learning, consolidate understanding , or as homework.
Revise and Practise, Grammar Pack 2 - KS2
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Revise and Practise, Grammar Pack 2 - KS2

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

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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.
Hyphens - How and When to use Hyphens
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Hyphens - How and When to use Hyphens

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Excellent quality worksheet explaining and reinforcing how and when to use hyphens. 6 activities, with examples and explanations on the use of hyphens. Ideal for classroom use, revision, or for homework.
Using Semi-Colons. Writing Descriptive Lists
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Using Semi-Colons. Writing Descriptive Lists

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Clear and concise worksheet to help children understand what a semi-colon is, how and when to use one within their writing. The focus of this worksheet is on using semi-colons to write descriptive lists. Can be used to reinforce and support classroom learning, to help consolidate grammar and punctuation work, or as homework.
Writing Numbers Over 100 - Crossing the 10's/100's Barrier - Place Value
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Writing Numbers Over 100 - Crossing the 10's/100's Barrier - Place Value

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Ideal worksheet to help children understand how numbers continue when crossing the tens/hundreds barrier. Reinforce the number system, place value and number patterns for numbers over 100. Encourages counting on and counting back. Great for supporting and reinforcing number and place value work in the classroom. Can also be used as homework.
Similes - Using Similes in a Sentence
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Similes - Using Similes in a Sentence

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A simile helps the reader create a picture in their mind to bring the writing alive. A simile compares one object or idea to another, to show that they are the same. It is a form of figurative language. This worksheet helps children add similes to a sentence. The beginning of the sentence is given, children then finish it with a appropriate simile. Helps children write more interesting sentences, to develop the vocabulary used.
Match the Equivalent Fractions (cut & stick)- Writing Equivalent Fractions
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Match the Equivalent Fractions (cut & stick)- Writing Equivalent Fractions

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

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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.
Spelling Strategies - Unstressed Vowels
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Spelling Strategies - Unstressed Vowels

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Quality worksheet explaining what unstressed vowels are and where they are within words - Spelling Strategies. Activities ideal to support spelling and grammar work in the classroom, or as homework. Extension activity included.
Parenthesis - Using Brackets
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Parenthesis - Using Brackets

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Clear and concise worksheets explaining how and when to use brackets (parenthesis). Examples provided for each use. Ideal for supporting classroom learning, consolidation, or as homework.
Place Value - Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Units
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Place Value - Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Units

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Excellent worksheet explaining place value of numbers to ten million. Clear and concise chart can be cut out and used as an aide memoire for children to use time and time again. Helps explain digit position, commas used within numbers and place value. Supports learning in the classroom, to consolidate, assess learning, or as homework.
Place Value. Partitioning. Making Numbers (HTU)
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Place Value. Partitioning. Making Numbers (HTU)

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Great worksheet to help children understand the value of a number and how the value of a digit can be manipulated by moving it's position. Reinforce place value, partitioning, reading and writing numbers over 100. Can be used to support classroom learning, consolidation, assessment, or as homework.
Using Verbs and Adverbs in a Sentence
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Using Verbs and Adverbs in a Sentence

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This worksheet will help children understand what a verb and adverb is. It also shows how to use an adverb within a sentence to make it more interesting. Children are asked to join a verb to an appropriate adverb, they are then encouraged to write interesting sentences using the given verb and adverb.