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Do you want a quality, fun and engaging resource? Look no further! I'm an SLE in English primary schools dedicated to making challenging resources that set high expectations for all pupils. The resources are outstanding, differentiated and suitable for the new curriculum. Many of the lessons provided have been taught with excellent progress within lessons. I hope the resources help saving many teacher's Sundays. Enjoy a work life balance!

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Do you want a quality, fun and engaging resource? Look no further! I'm an SLE in English primary schools dedicated to making challenging resources that set high expectations for all pupils. The resources are outstanding, differentiated and suitable for the new curriculum. Many of the lessons provided have been taught with excellent progress within lessons. I hope the resources help saving many teacher's Sundays. Enjoy a work life balance!
Stone Age Boy Year 3
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Stone Age Boy Year 3

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Stone Age Boy - Information Text This is a preview It links with the topic Stone Age and is relevant for Years 3 or Year 4. In the complete unit you will find; Planning unit of work Marking Ladder Exemplar Text Power Points included Tier 2 vocabulary SEND resources Opportunities for narrative included. Finale suggestions- Have a stone age day, make clay pots and clay tools and/or jewelery, stone age fashion show, and foraging fruit. Visit the shop for the full resource.
Plants Sorting and Classifying Seeds Year 2
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Plants Sorting and Classifying Seeds Year 2

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Year 2 Science - Biology Plants Unit - Planning and Resources to support. A fun and practical hands on lesson for children to handle different types of seeds, sorting and classifying them. Their is a high quality of differentiated resources available for children to record their results. Encourage children to choose and select the best or appropriate way of recording. The examples of recording sheets provided are a good scaffolding material, however, high ability children should be thinking of their own criteria. Good example of classification keys given for sorting seeds for gifted and talented children. This lesson supports children to sort into different tables which makes goods links with maths curriculum also. Ideally you will have a range of seeds for children to sort. Easy and cheap seeds for you to get hold of (or you may have in kitchen) are as follows; mung beans broad beans peas kernel seeds (popcorn) coriander seed sunflower seeds melon seeds Suitable for the year 2 Plants new curriculum. This lesson has been used as evidence for the science quality mark.
Guided Reading Year 2 Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish
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Guided Reading Year 2 Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish

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This is a complete 5 week unit of work around the text Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish. It is suited to guided reading taught in a Reciprocal Reading approach. It is also useful to use to practice SATS style questions for Year 2 working at greater depth and within. Also adaptable for year 3. The story is linked to materials, science and rockets, and sustainable environmental issues. It is very suitable for boys because of the dinosaur theme. It is also a good book to use if you are doing a fossils unit or learning about eco-friendly ways to behave in the world. The questions are written like the Paper SATs method, where there is a short text and then questions to answer below. The other included resources for each week, support additional activities that you may consider doing as a carousel during your guided reading independent work. A character description in week 5 is included to support creative writing opportunities. Definitely a good book to move on reluctant or EAL readers . Tes recommended 5 star resource. Thanks for chosing it.
Handwriting Joins Cursive year 2
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Handwriting Joins Cursive year 2

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Introducing cursive writing to years 1 and 2. By the end of the key stage children should be using a consistent legible cursive handwriting style to achieve greater depth. This resource is a good aid for classrooms to support teachers and pupils to remember the joins, and which letters to leave unjoined. The resource is useful for classroom and table top display. It can also be used to introduce all the joins correctly. In year 1 children should be reminded to form each letter correctly, with spacing and correct size. Year 2 should begin to join consistently.
Stone Age Boy Year 3
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Stone Age Boy Year 3

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Stone Age Boy Year 3 English Unit This is a suitable text for teaching English that links with the topic Stone Age in Year 3 Includes; Planning for a whole unit. Power Points included to support planning SEND differentiated tasks for all lessons Marking Ladder for year 3 linked to national curriculum Exemplar Genre focus - is an Information text Opportunities for narrative are included through journey. Hook Task included Editing ideas and how to develop tier 2 language proficiency This resource will save you weeks of planning and prep. It is one of the most popular resources available. Visit instagram to see videos of working walls that were used in the classroom. Suitable for remote learning and can be linked to science with work on rocks and soils. All the best in 2021. Keep Safe.
To tell a dragon Year 2
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To tell a dragon Year 2

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Teaching Dragon Poetry and descriptive writing to year 2 will be extra fun following this outstanding unit of work. There are excellent creative ideas included in here, to enthuse children into writing interesting descriptions of dragons, and supporting them to writing missing posters about different types of dragons they’ve created themselves. They will begin by going on a dragon egg hunt, write a poem about what’s inside the egg, and then use the book ‘To Tell A dragon’ to write their own poems using a similar model. Find brilliant resources that are well differentiated to meet the needs of SEN and EAL. Haps are challenged with high level vocabulary and use of similes. Suitable for the teaching of the new English curriculum and can also be easily adapted to Year 3 as the text has ambitious description. Great text to use with an outdoors stimulus provided to engage boys writing. Enjoy and please leave a review. Thankyou for choosing this resource.
The Tunnel Year 2 Writing Unit
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The Tunnel Year 2 Writing Unit

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The Tunnel by Anthony Browne English Writing Unit. An excellent 2 week unit of work for KS1/Year 2 to teach about bravery, sibling rivalry, compassion, similarities and differences. Great to teach in 2021 when there is so much uncertainty around. Rose is afraid of the unknown but she faces her fears to rescue her brother. This unit teaches diary writing, poetry, and creative narrative writing. It is suitable for year , (although easily adaptable to years below) and closely matched to the TAFS and standards. There is an example of writing provided for written lessons. Lots of immersion activities are included so pupils can demonstrate empathy with the main character. This allows for pupils to write deeply and creatively. Further supporting resources in the shop are available for guided reading - to consolidate deeper thinking around the plot and characters. Enjoy and look out for the videos on Instagram showing displays of the book in the classroom as well as working walls. This unit is also suitable for remote teaching and matches the English National Curriculum for Writing in Year 2. Take care and keep safe. xx
Year 2 Telling the time
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Year 2 Telling the time

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Year 2 Telling the time to the hour, half past, quarter past and quarter to. Children are encouraged to understand what each hand on the clock represents. They move onto telling the time an hour later, hour before, half an later and half an hour before. They look at word problems related to time and work out for example which clock is showing the time one hour after 10.30. They tick the clock that is showing a time in between 3 o'clock and 4 o'clock (e.g a clock face showing 3:15). The work on here is suitable for children working at the expected standard in Maths for year 2. The word problems have challenges for all ability groups including questions to challenge children working at greater depth.
Guided Reading Year 2 Squash and squeeze
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Guided Reading Year 2 Squash and squeeze

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This is a great resource to teach a year 2 three week guided reading unit. It starts with the book A squash and a squeeze by Julia Donaldson and then moves onto learning a classic poem about an old woman who swallowed a fly i week 3. The planning has looking (retrieval), clue (inference) and thinking(evaluative) style questions. Its a fun and engaging text to use for year 2 and can also be used for fluent readers in year 1. The planning has excellent ideas for the independent group work so that children can apply grammar skills, sequence text, make predictions, learn the poem from memory and even create their own simple poem. A must to promote reading for pleasure in your classes.
Guided Reading Into The Forest Year 2
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Guided Reading Into The Forest Year 2

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Into the Forest by Anthony Browne is a guided reading three week unit for children who are working at the expected level. This book is a great visual story to compliment any English journey linked to traditional stories or forest themes. There are clear planned questions that include literal, inference and evaluative questioning. There are also accompanying grammar and response activities included for all weeks to support a carousel activity format of teaching guided reading in class. This resources supports the new national curriculum for English and Reading in Year 2.
A  British Values Display
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A British Values Display

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A good selection of pictures to represent British Values. Children are encouraged to promote liberty, freedom, equality and community cohesion. There are many symbolic figures, sports, objects and pictures that represent a democratic society. This resources can be used collectively to make a large poster. There are 31 pages in the file with either pictures or statements such as ' we respect each other' and 'we contribute towards the community'. Children can be encouraged to add their own opinions such we have the right to education or we have the right to vote to add a personal touch. Suitable for PSHSE in the new curriculum and as evidence for SMSC in the curriculum to show what the school is doing for the PREVENT agenda.
Capacity  and reading scales at intervals Year 2  Mastery
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Capacity and reading scales at intervals Year 2 Mastery

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These are activities to assess children's ability to read scales in ml and litres. Children should have first hand experience measuring into different size cylinders or bottles first to get secure understanding of when to use ml or litres. They should experience for example that four 250 ml containers fill a litre bottle. They can then move on to identifying the reading of scales in different jugs and solve problems. These resources are differentiated for mastery and greater depth. There are opportunities to show reasoning. Suitable and high expectations for the new maths curriculum.
Year 2  Riddles snails and whales
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Year 2 Riddles snails and whales

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Writing a riddle in year 2 is fun. This resource teaches children how to write riddles about snails and whales. It is linked to the story The snail and the whale by Julia Donaldson. This resource is fun and flexible to use. The supporting materials can easily be adapted to write a riddle about any creature. Linked to the Information Text Unit All About Whales- also available in the shop. HAPS children are challenged with high expectations by using coordinating conjunction ‘but’ when writing a clue - e.g I have a foot but I don’t have any legs. I’m a good swimmer but I’m not a fish. Suitable for boys and interesting to get quality writing. Linked to the new English TAF 2018
'Little Red Riding Hood'   Narrative Planning Year 2 TAF
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'Little Red Riding Hood' Narrative Planning Year 2 TAF

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Stories with a twist for Year 2 Traditional stories Unit. This is an excellent bundle of useful resources that can be easily adapted to different areas of writing - from narrative, to character description to even further write a forest setting. All of the example texts incorporate the New National curriculum Grammar objectives for Year 2 writing. If the children imitate the narrative text, and innovate it to make it their own, they should achieve the greater depth expectations for writing. A learning ladder has been incorporated for children to self assess and peer assess using the new TAF standards from the English Curriculum. Children can also magpie model sentences and begin to understand varied sentence types within context. There is a supporting powerpoint to show a 3 week journey, with the exemplar, comprehension questions and visuals to support learning the text in the imitation phase. Supports National Curriculum English Writing standards to reach the expected level and greater depth using TAF framework statements.
Year 2 English  Writing TAF New Assessment Framework KS1
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Year 2 English Writing TAF New Assessment Framework KS1

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New assessment guidelines for writing 2018 English Curriculum at end of KS1 Working at Working towards Working at Greater depth Suitable for all teachers moderating English writing and making teacher judgements. Suitable to benchmark across classes and across phases. Also a suitable checklist to match against borough expectations and exemplifications. A must for moderated schools to keep evidence.
Charlie Superhero Underpants Fiction Recount News
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Charlie Superhero Underpants Fiction Recount News

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Charlie Super hero Underpants is a complete bundle and unit of work with planning and differentiated resources. This is an excellent story for reluctant boy writers. You will find three examples of Exemplar text that can be used as a model piece of writing for students to learn in the imitation stage. The newspaper recounts are set in the context of the story as well as other examples, related to sports day and a made up news event about a fox invading sports day. The children will be able to design their own superhero, write recounts or news, and also be able to make inventions linked to whatever is happening in school or around the world. Newspaper templates have been provided. Great for meeting new English curriculum expectations - wriitng for different purposes.
Materials Year 2 - Identify Uses of Materials
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Materials Year 2 - Identify Uses of Materials

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A good array of differentiated resources to support teaching of and introduction to materials topic. Children look at each material and consider its uses and properties. They think about What if questions like what if a door handle was made out of chocolate. A good resource to support question, teaching of recording in tables and practical investigating. Suitable for the new year 2 science curriculum.
The Tunnel by Anthony Browne
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The Tunnel by Anthony Browne

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Into the Tunnel Year 2 Writing Unit Year 2 English Writing Unit for 2 weeks. Save time with this planning unit that has been written for you. Each day is provided with daily quality Power Points that support the weekly planning. This is a cover page only and will give you a taster about what you will find in the shop in the complete unit. So don’t miss out and get yours now to save hours of planning. Follow on instagram for videos on working walls, and visual displays that support the unit. All suitable for remote learning in 2021. Keep Safe
The Tear Thief Guided Reading year 2
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The Tear Thief Guided Reading year 2

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The Tear Thief- Guided Reading whole class teaching. Suitable for year 2, greater depth and end of KS1 moderation evidence. See my shop for the complete Tear Thief guided reading resource. There is a caraousel guided reading planning as well as whole class approach. Please also see other quality guided reading resources in the link below. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/rehanafazil
Closing the vocabulary gap to impact reading and writing
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Closing the vocabulary gap to impact reading and writing

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Closing the vocabulary gap to impact reading and writing in primary schools Cover. Do you want an outstanding resource for you and your staff that includes suggestions for: Pedagogy and national data National Curriculum changes that demonstrate need for teaching of vocabulary Reading for meaning Reading and understanding high order vocabulary? This resource is a valuable guide and 21 pages of relevant ideas to teach high order vocabulary. You will find interactive and stimulating ways to develop and enhance vocabulary through games that teach other grammar features such as:- picture word association, creative and inspirational visuals, pictures that lend themselves to inference, root words and morphology, idioms and riddles, homophones and homonyms, antonyms and synonyms verbs, nouns and past tense All the games showcased provide excellent opportunities for children to build an intensive repertoire of language and therefore be able to read and comprehend successfully. It is suitable as Inset for subject leaders or for classroom use. Excellent to develop subject specific CPD and train staff in this new area of development. Written by SLE in English. Please visit the website for the full 21 page resource that will impact on your whole school reading ability and also enhance writing.