Maths Arithmetic and Reasoning Year 2 ITAF

Maths Arithmetic and Reasoning Year 2 ITAF

This is an excellent collection of Maths Sats end of Ks1 arithmatic and reasoning example questions. With this resource you will find examples of 40 + powerpoint slides that include all these areas; place value, addition and subtraction on a number line, repeated subtraction, miltiplucation, fractions of amount, adding money, using inverse of addition and subtraction, using known facts, number bonds, odds and evens and balancing equations. The children can work through each slide systematically to revise the new maths curriculum or it can be used as a starter to improve the mathematical understanding of children working at the expected standard. Mastery level questioning has been included. All powerpoint is easily accessible and editable to make it more or less challenging. A great revision aid for all teachers working to meet the expected Interim Framework standards in the summer term and Greater Depth. This is in line with the new maths curriculum of 2016.
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Where The Wild Things Are Year 2 ITAF

Where The Wild Things Are Year 2 ITAF

Narrative Unit - Fantasy story Non Fiction Instructions - How to trap a wild thing Non Fiction Instructions - How to be king of wild things Talk for Writing Exemplifications given Suitable for the new Year 2 curriculum and ITAF statements for greater depth and working at. Excellent creative writing opportunities to stimulate boys writing fiction and non fiction.
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2d shapes Problem Solving and Reasoning Working In Greater Depth

2d shapes Problem Solving and Reasoning Working In Greater Depth

This is a fun, engaging and creative lesson with shape. The lesson has been successfully used to apply knowledge of shapes in a year 2 setting. Children can begin to think of problems systematically. They think of the best way to start, that there is more than one answer, that they can use number doubles and counting on to support them. Children are encouraged to find different ways to make a 9 sided shape family. They need to be secure with properties of simple 2d shapes previously such as sides of regular shapes. This activity can also be used in year 1 with children working in greater depth to demonstrate reasoning with shape in the measures unit. Work can be differentiated by giving children regular or irregular shapes. Very stimulating activity for all learners.
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Adding money amounts and using number line. Block E2

Adding money amounts and using number line. Block E2

This is fun and engaging way to work with money for young children. They can show reasoning with number and application of skills. In this problem solving task children are using money and showing a system. How many different ways can you make the amount using 2 coins. Differentiated for low ability with scaffolding provided and less amount of coins to use. Higher ability to use bigger amount and three coins. Additional money work consolidates number e.g. giving change from an amount using a number line to find the difference (and counting forward from the smallest number). Children working at the expected standard in the new maths curriculum can use a ruler as a substitute for a number line. Suitable for ks1.
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The Blue Balloon year 1 Stories with a familiar setting

The Blue Balloon year 1 Stories with a familiar setting

Great visual resources suitably differentiated for year 1. Read the Blue Balloon and sequence the pictures and use time connectives to retell. Write a list and captions using words to describe the balloon changing shape. Link to the new curriculum and used expanded noun phrases and or adjectives. Use phonics and sounds to match words to pictures. As creative starters to the unit -teachers can write a message on a helium balloon from each child and release in outdoor playground - 'This balloon is indestructable. please look after it&'. Wait and see if anyone replies to the message. Blow up a ballon and release in hall for insprition to dance and movement in P.E. Also includes ideas for problem solving in maths using balloons as inspiration.
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Position and Direction and time block D3 year 1

Position and Direction and time block D3 year 1

Use Beebots to give directions on the road to different olympic venues. Can be used to introduce ordinal language for children working at the expected standard. Also available are time worksheets for Block D 3. And showing reasoning through questions. Suitable for year 1 and 2.
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Fractions of amount in a shape Mastery Level KS1

Fractions of amount in a shape Mastery Level KS1

Year 2 Shapes and Fractions- Finding different fractions including 1/2, 1/4, and 2/5, 2/3 within a shaped pattern. Children working at greater depth can answer questions like which one is more 2/4 or 2/8 of this chocolate bar. They can also solve problems in a fun and engaging way to find equivalent fractions. This work is suitable for Mastery level in year 2 and is adapted for the new maths curriculum. Children can be challenged to write the number sentences for working out different fractions they need to shade e.g 2/4 of 8 is ... 8 divided 4 x 2 (so they need to shade 4 out of 8 boxes). Differentiated activities also included for children working at and below Band 2.
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Look What I've Got Anthony Browne

Look What I've Got Anthony Browne

Non-fiction labels and captions or narrative text - familiar settings.Retell and sequence. Describe the main character Sam or Jeremy. Write a list of rules for the bully Jeremy to follow. Write a letter to Sam advising him how to behave if someone is mis treating you or bullying you inside school, in the playground, or out of school. Link the story to Anti bullying week. Make a rosette from Jeremy to Sam as a good will gesture. The main characters (jeremy, sam, old lady, park keeper) can be made into stick puppets to role play the story successfully.
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OLYMPICS Non Chronological Report - Non -Fiction

OLYMPICS Non Chronological Report - Non -Fiction

children to use secondary sources to research about Olympic Venues and the Torch relay. children can be given parts of the information to think of their own caption or headings if using to write a non-chronolgical report in literacy. Can also be used as part of Geography to find out about places outside near locality. Great for Olympics Theme 2012.
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All About Whales Information Text KS1

All About Whales Information Text KS1

This is an information text about whales. The inspiration for this was from the book the snail and the whales. It's a boy friendly text and the children got to keep African snails in the classroom. Leading on from this they learnt an exemplar text about whales, imitated it and then innovated to write their own information text about snails. This unit was linked to grammar features from the new curriculum 2017 and the children were encouraged to use expanded noun phrases, and the conjunctions and , because. This resource is suitable for people that use the T4W approach in school. It can also lend itself to guided reading - non fiction text. The resource includes a text map, exemplar text, tool boxing ideas and visuals to support the imitation stage. Please also see independent writing opportunities called Snail Riddles available in the shop that also link to this unit.
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Year 2 Non Fiction Riddles

Year 2 Non Fiction Riddles

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 in T4W 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 2017.
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The Snail and The Whale T4W

The Snail and The Whale T4W

This is a mega creative bundle for a half termly unit based on T4W. It incorporates a fun information text to learn about whales, and imitate, innovate and invent to own writing about snails. The unit includes guided reading text to research from, independent writing opportunities (riddles), narrative ideas, text maps and differentiated tasks. Suitable for year 2 and aligned to the standards of the new English Curriculum. Also suitable for boys to bridge the gaps in writing.
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New  English Writing Assessment  ITAF 2017-18

New English Writing Assessment ITAF 2017-18

Writing Assessment on Word for Year 2. Amended Gov standards for 2017-18 in writing. All previous ITAFs for writing have been adjusted and amended. There have been changes to the Working at expected standards and Greater Depth. Sentence type has been removed from Working At, as well as contractions. Greater Depth now has more emphasis on composition and the use of editing to improve and up level work. Children are required to make word choices more effectively, and write for an audience and purpose. Children must also write narratives based on real life events of others and themselves for working at. There is greater clarity on which standard needs to have some, examples, many or most. This is an updated useful assessment tool for all year 2 teachers. Can be used for assessment and coverage at end of units or for moderation purposes.
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adding money amounts year 1 and 2

adding money amounts year 1 and 2

Adding the value of money in context of shopping. Use two money amounts that add up to ten first. Children to apply previous knowledge learned about number bonds to ten. then to add extra number. Extend to children recording the coins they would use to make this value. Greater depth children can use the smallest amount of coins. Subtraction word problems. use jottings to record answer. For more able children to record subtraction as difference between. start on the smallest number and count up.
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Year 2 Maths number shape and place value

Year 2 Maths number shape and place value

This is a bundle resource designed to be made into a practical Velcro tape folder. Each page has missing boxes that children have to choose the answer which is on the adjacent page. Each page will need to be laminated with Velcro attached to the answers so that children can manipulate the resource practically. It is useful as a pre-teach tool, revision guide or as an early morning work folder. The resource is designed to be an aid to guide independence in maths once the activity has been previously taught in class. There are opportunities for children to match properties of shape, recognise numbers in order, place value recognition, o'clock and half past times, sequencing number, doubles, counting in steps of 2,5,10, arrays with repeated addition, comparing numbers, part- part -whole, bonds to 10, and adding money. All the working towards objectives for year 2 have been addressed in this and more. The resource can be edited to increase challenge once the child has mastered it independently. Can also be used for Year 1 end of year expectations for number to evidence of meeting ITAF statements.
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Snail and the Whale Year 2

Snail and the Whale Year 2

Snail and the whale narrative book unit. This book has been used as a stimulus into a Information Text writing outcome about snails. The story is used first because it allows more opportunities for independent writing as shown in the overview. The children learn and imitate the exemplar text about whales, they innovate changes to the text and then write their own information text about snails. The children's main writing targets are expanded noun phrases, using 'and', 'because' and questions marks. The exemplar text reflects these targets. The children will be doing cross curricular work in science about living things -snails to link to this unit. Suitable for year 2 but can also be adapted for year 1.
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Year 2 Place Value Number Sequencing and comparing

Year 2 Place Value Number Sequencing and comparing

A bundle of resources to teach place value using diennes, pictures to show what each number represents. The children move onto comparing numbers using < > symbols. They also understand how to compare three given numbers using more than, less than, tens and units Finally, the complete number sequences in 2, 3, 5, from any given number forwards and backwards. The resources are differentiated and well organised with graphics and tables to support learning. Most of the resources ask children to explain and reason e.g how they know which number is greater to show they have mastered the skill.
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Year 2 Properties of 2d shapes and Tangrams

Year 2 Properties of 2d shapes and Tangrams

Explore properties of shape through this fun activity. The resources shows how children can make different animals using a tangram template. The children explore how to make an animals with the given 9 shapes and one rule- at least one side of each shape must be touching. After children have had a go, some may find it challenging so they can be shown the animals slide after. This lesson would be suitably linked to growth mind set challenges. There are also slides that show different ways of questioning knowledge about 2d shapes SATs style.
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Year 2 Grammar Washing Cursive

Year 2 Grammar Washing Cursive

Grammar washing line in cursive script. This is all the definitions of grammar features that are in the expected standard for English. They are a good reference for teachers and children. The posters have definitions and how to use them in context. Ideally they should be enlarged onto A3 paper, laminated and hung from a visible area for all to access. Alternatively they can be made into a handy booklet for children to access as a resources to up-level their work by editing gaps. Suitable for year 2 and the new curriculum.
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Year 2 Grammar Sentence Types Cursive

Year 2 Grammar Sentence Types Cursive

Year 2 Grammar washing line in cursive script - for all sentence types. These are posters of all the sentences types that are in the expected standard for English. They are a good reference for teachers and children. The posters have definitions and show examples of how to use them in context. Ideally they should be enlarged onto A3 paper, laminated and hung from a visible area for all to access. Alternatively they can be made into a handy booklet for children to access as a resources to up-level their work by editing gaps. Suitable for year 2 and the new curriculum.
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Friendship Assembly

Friendship Assembly

Friendship assembly for KS1 and lower KS2. Can be easily adapted. This assembly has an introduction to 'friendship' by a game . There is a list of different words for 'friend' in several languages for children to guess what the assembly is about. This leads onto children identifying what is good friendship and a play that can be read as a story to show what true friendship is.
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