This is a PowerPoint about Castle Weapons. It also includes a deisgn template for a trebuchet. I designed the simplified template for a child with global delay (Year two literacy) and the other template for a year 4 class.
The green letters are sounds that make the same in English as in Welsh. The blue letter are new sounds and the red letters tell you what the sound does not sound like as well as what it does.
This is a welsh mat that I edited from my university to suit the needs of year 3/4 pupil. I use it by printing it out back to back. This resource encourages collaboration by allowing pupils to work in pairs to ask and answer questions.
There are two boards; I like (Dwi’n hoffi) and I do not like (Dwi ddim yn hoffi), with a range of pictures to but onto each board.
This resource is for abstract fractions. One star is the harder resource and two stars is the easier.
I created 2 number lines, 1 dinosaur number line and a frog number line. The idea is to laminate the frog number line so that they can be written on with board pen and wiped clean, whereas the dinosaur number line requires the numbers to be stuck on with velcro tape.
This is a resource I edited to suit the needs of a Year 4 classroom. I printed it back to front so pupils could ask one another questions and learn new vocabulary whilst doing so.
This is a fractions sheet I created for a Year 4 class. The 1 star sheet is the more difficult one.
These are traffic lights I used for a year three classroom. Also included is a traffic light for those in year 1/2. The aim is for the pupils to colour the traffic light that they think they were at the end of the lesson.