This is a Word doc Roman Army assembly script.
I wrote this for a class of 30 Year 3 pupils, but it could be easily adapted to make more or less parts to suit your class size.
There are also teacher speaking parts.
The assembly includes having the children demonstrate different army formations such as the Orb.
There is also a reflection/prayer to read aloud at the end which reflects upon what characteristics the Roman Army had to be successful and how we could adopt the same characteristics.
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These are 2 differentiatedWord doc worksheets.
I use them for homework sheets.
The first sheet has 10 sentences with missing capital letters and full stops to insert.
The HA sheet has harder vocabulary and for each question there are 2 full stops to insert as well the capital letters.
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This is a very simple Word doc. worksheet to assess children’s ability to make and draw simple circuits.
The children make each simple circuit described. Then they draw a diagram to show the simple circuit.
This is a Word doc. worksheet for pupils to practise inserting the correct conjunction into each sentence. Underneath, they write and insert conjunctions in their own sentences.
I created this as a homework sheet to consolidate their learning of conjunctions, but it could be used as a classroom exercise as well.
This is a Word doc resource with 15 simple dictations to use.
Each dictation links with a Spag/Writing topic such as conjunctions.
I made these to use weekly with my Year 3 class so there are enough for 1 whole term.
The first set are linked to ‘The Iron Man’ as they were studying this text, but they will also work as stand-alone dictations.
I read them out loud in repeated chunks.
I then ask different children to help me to spell out each word of the dictation on the board.
They tick or correct each word of their own dictation.
If you have time afterwards, they can double-up as a short handwriting exercise to copy off the board.
It is a great way to build focus and listening. I also use them as a way of recapping/consolidating a grammar or writing topic that we have recently covered.
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This is a 5-page Year 4 pupil activity for Electricity. It is a Word document.
Activity 1 Pupils write the names of the appliances in the correct section of the Venn diagram.
Activity 2 is differentiated. They can either write their own answers or copy or stick the correct answers.
Activity 3 Use a dictionary, write the meaning for each electrical term.
Here is a Word doc list of useful pirate words with their meanings.
I used this to encourage my pupils to include pirate vocabulary when writing their pirate adventure stories.
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