India Poem Collection

India Poem Collection

Collection of Poems Inspire your pupils to learn, discuss and write about the culture of India. A range of poems about India, its landscapes and key features. 10 poems using these different styles: Kennings Haiku Diamente Repeated starting words Kyrielle Shape Poem All about these key areas of India: Indian culture Mumbai Western Ghats Thar dessert Taj Mahal Goa Beaches Himalayas Kerala River Ganges Contain alliteration, rhyming, personification, similes, rhythm. All the poems are written by me and all images used are copyright free. Presented as word documents and all together on a PowerPoint with some questions to consider. All reviews welcome. You can find many more engaging and useful resources at my shop: Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my Arctic Poem collection
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5 Reading Lessons on Writing and Performing a Poem

5 Reading Lessons on Writing and Performing a Poem

A week's plan, powerpoint and resources for year 5 reading focusing on the skill of writing and performing a poem. Easily adaptable for all other KS2 classes. Engaging and relevant starters, main activities and plenaries planned for everyday. Differentiated resources and activities for four groups of children (green LA, yellow M/LA, blue MA, red HA). Questions prompting higher order thinking and activities designed to develop children's understanding of poetry and their desire to write it. Each lesson builds and expands on the previous one. Example poems provided some text and some video form. All reviews welcome.
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5 Reading Lessons on Rereading and Performing Poetry

5 Reading Lessons on Rereading and Performing Poetry

A week's plan, powerpoint and resources for year 5 reading focusing on the comprehension skill of rereading and performing poetry. 3 days on rereading and 2 days on performing poetry. Easily adaptable for all other KS2 classes. Engaging and relevant starters, main activities and plenaries planned for everyday. Differentiated resources and activities for four groups of children (green LA, yellow M/LA, blue MA, red HA). Questions prompting higher order thinking and activities designed to develop comprehension skills and enhance reading assessment results. Each lesson builds and expands on the previous one for both parts of the week. All texts provided, a range of interesting genres and styles. All reviews welcome.
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Mental Health Awareness Week Emotion Cards

Mental Health Awareness Week Emotion Cards

Mental Health Awareness Week 14th-20th May 2018 Celebrate this week in your school and heighten your classes awareness of mental health. Use these high quality emotion cards for a discussion, display, assembly, circle time or English writing lesson and for many more opportunities. Enhance your pupil’s understanding of their emotions and how to deal with them. Engage your pupil’s in this important and relevant dialogue. Enable your students to have a positive mental health. Each card contains an emotion with a bank of synonyms to help the students understand this emotion deeply and how other emotions link to it. They also contain a real photo of a child showing this emotion, to further explain each one.
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Report Comments

Report Comments

General Report Comments Describe your pupils in a precise, eloquent and efficient way. Create your general report comments by quickly choosing the right comment to suit each child, one from each section. There are enough comments to create a whole class of different reports. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paster these thoughtful comments to create personalised and admired reports. High Quality Use these high quality comments, covering: overall summary of year attitude to learning hardworking nature behaviour peer relationships group work responsibilities learning outcomes presentation strengths areas for development homework and spellings summary and looking forward Easy to Use All the comments come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are replaced with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace to insert names. Also… You might be interested in these other handy end of year resources: KS2 English Report Comments Assessment Guidance SMART Targets
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Area and Perimeter Lesson Bundle

Area and Perimeter Lesson Bundle

Three differentiated lessons covering key aspects of perimeter and area. Calculating Perimeter A thorough 20 slide PowerPoint taking the class through lots of teaching points: doubling numbers starter, perimeter of squares, reasoning shapes questions, perimeter of rectangles, perimeter of composite shapes and perimeter of triangles. A differentiated lesson of two halves - Middle and Higher ability can independently tackle perimeter reasoning questions while you teach the lower and middle ability. Then they can be independent while you talk through the reasoning and main activity with the highers. All resources and answers provided. Perimeter of Composite Shapes Show children this tricky concept in a clear and memorable way. A 29 slide PowerPoint with 11 slides focusing on the method needed for calculating missing sides and finding the perimeter of composite shapes. An easy to use PowerPoint visually showing the children how to find missing sides, taking you through the lesson step by step from starter to plenary. A differentiated lesson by input and activities. Word Problems A bright and visual fully editable 24 slide PowerPoint teaching children how to solve area and perimeter word problems. An extensive set of questions where children need to use their understanding of area and perimeter to solve the word problems. Most questions are multi step and cover key KS2 number skills (which are covered in the PowerPoint). A differentiated lesson with 3 engaging worksheets with all the answers provided. Two challenges included to further progress their understanding of area and perimeter so they really master these concepts. All reviews welcome.
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Year 5 English Report Comments

Year 5 English Report Comments

A differentiated class set of personalised English report comments. Written using the objectives from the new National Curriculum, these detailed and positive reports will save you time. End your year on a positive note, with a healthy work-life balance and pupils who feel valued and understood. A visual and efficient contents page shows you the 30 comments in ability groups, reading, writing strengths, attitude and targets for the future. Choose the correct comments for your chidlren or mix and match comments to design the perfect reports. Each comment comes in a girl and boy version, saving you even more time. The names are replaced with 3 stars so all you have to do is find and replace the stars with the names of your pupils. The comments cover speaking and listening, reading, writing and spelling, punctuation and grammar. You might also be interested in these handy assessment tools: Assessment Guidance SMART Targets for Writing Reading Assessment Questions
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Whole School Writing Assessment Sheets

Whole School Writing Assessment Sheets

All the new curriculum writing objectives on one handy sheet for every year group. Separated clearly into transcription, composition and grammar so you can quickly see a child’s strengths and areas for development. Useful for remembering what to cover, assessing work and for planning for progress. You could have one sheet for each child or use as a resource on its own. All reviews welcome. You might also be interested in these resources for the New Curriculum: Whole School SMART Targets Whole School English Writing Assessment Guidance Whole School Guided Reading Questions
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World Poetry Day Assembly KS2

World Poetry Day Assembly KS2

ednesday 21st March 2018 A detailed KS2 assembly to celebrate World Poetry Day in your school. 8 famous poets from around the world introduced with a short biography and a famous poem they have written. All the poems are short, relevant for KS2 and engaging. Each country has a map, flag and landscape picture to develop geographical understanding as well. Reasoning questions about each poem are provided and time at the end of the assembly to reflect and look forwards. Use this assembly to inspire your pupils to become writers whilst developing their understanding of how everyone in the world has the same questions and feelings. Show them how poetry can capture the creative spirit of the human mind. All reviews welcome. You might also be interested in my packs of poems and lessons: India Culture Poem Collection Arctic Tundra Poem Collection 5 Reading Lessons on Writing Poetry 5 Reading Lessons on Performing Poetry
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Arctic Poems

Arctic Poems

A set of 16 Arctic poems perfect for introducing a topic on the Arctic, starting discussions on key issues in this area (global warming, future of the Sami people, Inuit life, living with the polar night, taking responsibility) and inspiring cross curricular writing. A range of engaging but easy to imitate poetry styles are used: Cinquains Didactic Poems Etherees Free Verse Ghazal Poems Haikus Each poem comes with a simple explanation of its essential components. The children could use these as a scaffold before going on to write their own poem about the Arctic. The poems cover these topics: Icebergs, glaciers, narwhals, winter, global warming, Inuit life, the arctic melting, day and night, Sami people, Inuit words for snow and 6 Arctic animals. The poems are descriptive whilst using facts to educate and inspire. All the poems are written by me and the images are copyright free. All reviews welcome. You might also be interested in my poems about India
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India Poem Collection

India Poem Collection

Collection of Poems Inspire your pupils to learn, discuss and write about the culture of India. A range of poems about India, its landscapes and key features. 10 poems using these different styles: Kennings Haiku Diamente Repeated starting words Kyrielle Shape Poem All about these key areas of India: Indian culture Mumbai Western Ghats Thar dessert Taj Mahal Goa Beaches Himalayas Kerala River Ganges Contain alliteration, rhyming, personification, similes, rhythm. All the poems are written by me and all images used are copyright free. Presented as word documents and all together on a PowerPoint with some questions to consider. All reviews welcome. You can find many more engaging and useful resources at my shop: Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my Arctic Poem collection
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Year 4 SMART Writing Targets New Curriculum

Year 4 SMART Writing Targets New Curriculum

Use this resource to write Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time bound year 4 writing targets. Useful for teachers when assessing so you can narrow down the statements from the New Curriculum into small next steps which the children can understand. Broken down into targets for punctuation, handwriting, grammar and composition. You could print out one for each child and use as an assessment tool. Or just use when marking to save time so you can quickly choose a high quality target personalised for each child. All reviews welcome. You might also be interested in these high quality resources for the New Curriculum: Whole School SMART Targets Whole School Writing Assessment Sheets Whole School English Writing Assessment Guidance Whole School Guided Reading Questions
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Albert Einstein's Birthday Assembly

Albert Einstein's Birthday Assembly

Celebrate a Great Scientist This is a detailed and interesting 30 slide PowerPoint on the inspirational scientist Albert Einstein. Covering: Themes of the assembly A memory game Young life Family life Working life Fun facts Images of his life Scientific Research Einstein quotes to inspire Why was he such a great scientist? Summary Relevant for KS2 and KS3. All reviews welcome. You might also be interested in my other bestselling science resources: British Science Week Bundle Lessons on Famous Scientists Forces Unit KS2 Science
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British Science Week 2018 KS1 Assembly

British Science Week 2018 KS1 Assembly

This is a detailed 29 slide PowerPoint ideal for an assembly or lesson or both for this special week from Monday 11th March to Friday 16th March. Could also be a useful PSHE lesson on scientific careers and role models. Relevant for KS1. Takes the children through these key question: What is science? Images showing key skills used when studying the world How does science impact on our lives today? 4 key aspects explained using images of our world Who would like to see Science in action? An engaging, awe-inspiring and quick experiment to create excitement for this week of science. What happened? Why? A clear explanation of how the experiment worked, linking it to the children’s current understanding of the world. Do you know any famous British scientists? 4 impressive short biographies of famous British scientists. What qualities do you need to be a great scientist? *Key words covered * Who would like to be a scientist? Discussion on what the children could observe, measure, test and compare. What science could you do at home? 9 easy and fun ideas for the children to start a life long love of science. There are then tasks children could complete in a lesson: Task 1 - Create your own animal which hou have discovered in the rainforest. Task 2 - Draw a famous scientist and write a caption. Task 3 - Create a poster explaining British Science Week. Writing templates provided. Lots of opportunities for discussion and higher level thinking. All concepts explained clearly. All reviews welcome. You can find many more inspiring and reliable resources at my shop Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my other new resources for British Science Week 2018: KS1 British Science Week Homework Tasks KS1 What is Science? Posters KS1 British Science Week Mini Investigations
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British Science Week 2018 KS2 Assembly

British Science Week 2018 KS2 Assembly

This is a detailed 28 slide PowerPoint ideal for an assembly or lesson or both for this special week from Monday 11th March to Friday 16th March. Could also be a useful PSHE lesson on scientific careers and role models. Takes the children through these key question: What is science? How does science impact on our lives today? 4 key aspects explained in detail Who would like to see Science in action? An engaging, awe-inspiring and quick experiment to create excitement for this week of science. What happened? Why? A clear explanation of how the experiment worked, linking it to the children’s current understanding of the world. What qualities and skills do you need to be a great scientist? Key words covered and ideal characteristics. Do you know any famous British scientists and what have they achieved? 4 impressive short biographies of famous British scientists. How would you pursue a career in science? Key degrees to start on the path for a science career. Job options for a career in science and average yearly earnings. There are then tasks children could complete in a lesson: Task 1 - Create a poster telling people about British science week or about Exploration and Discovery as part of a competition. Task 2 - Draw a flow chart of what you would like to investigate and how if you were a scientist. Task 3 - Write a letter to a famous scientist, you must include at least 10 questions. All writing templates provided, including differentiated letter templates. Lots of opportunities for discussion and higher level thinking. All concepts explained clearly. Relevant for KS2 and KS3. All reviews welcome. You can find many more inspiring and reliable resources at my shop Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my other new resources for British Science Week 2018: British Science Week KS2 Posters British Science Week KS2 Homework Tasks LKS2 Mini WOW Investigations UKS2 Mini WOW Investigations Lessons on Famous Scientists Albert Einstein’s Birthday Assembly Weds 14th March
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British Science Week KS1 and KS2 Bundle

British Science Week KS1 and KS2 Bundle

British Science Week 9th-18th March 2018 All you need to run an easy, engaging and exciting science week in your whole school. Every resource is ready to go, bright, colourful and clear. All editable, detailed and relevant to KS1 and KS2. Every activity is specifically written for year groups, using objectives from the new national curriculum. KS1 Resources: KS1 29 slide Assembly and written tasks with templates. 4 Homework Task Cards for each year group, all different activities to choose from. A pack of What is Science? posters. A mini wow investigation for every day of the week for year 1, and different ones for year 2. A mini wow investigation for every day of the week for year 1, and different ones for year 2. KS2 Resources: 6. KS2 28 slide Assembly and written tasks with templates 7. 4 Homework Task Cards for each year group, all different activities to choose from. 8. A pack of 14 inspirational quote posters of famous British scientists. 9. A mini wow investigation for every day of the week for year 3, and different ones for year 4. 10. A mini wow investigation for every day of the week for year 5, and different ones for year 6. Have fun using these in your school, all reviews welcome.
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British Science Week 2018 Mini Investigations LKS2

British Science Week 2018 Mini Investigations LKS2

British Science Week 9th-18th March 2018 Inspire your pupils with a mini investigation for every day of British Science Week. 5 easy to set up and manage science activities for year 3. Plus 5 more simple but effective science activities for year 4. A short equipment list is provided for each year group so you can quickly collect the things you need for the week. Each activity is time flexible, they could take 10 minutes or easily extend to an hours lesson. Everyday a range of questions are provided to stimulate scientific thought and discussion. Children are also encouraged to think of their own questions to spark that scientific curiosity which this week is all about. Also there are extension activities and challenges to further enrich the learning and engage every child. You can find many more inspiring and reliable resources at my shop Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my other new resources for British Science Week 2018: British Science Week KS2 Posters British Science Week KS2 Homework Tasks British Science Week KS2 Assembly
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British Science Week 2018 Mini Investigations UKS2

British Science Week 2018 Mini Investigations UKS2

British Science Week 9th-18th March 2018 Inspire your pupils with a mini investigation for every day of British Science Week. 5 easy to set up and manage science activities for year 5. Plus 5 more simple but effective science activities for year 6. A short equipment list is provided for each year group so you can quickly collect the things you need for the week. Each activity is time flexible, they could take 10 minutes or easily extend to an hours lesson. Everyday a range of questions are provided to stimulate scientific thought and discussion. Children are also encouraged to think of their own questions to spark that scientific curiosity which this week is all about. Also there are extension activities and challenges to further enrich the learning and engage every child. The science behind every activity is quickly and clearly explained with helpful images and diagrams. You can find many more inspiring and reliable resources at my shop Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my other new resources for British Science Week 2018: British Science Week KS2 Posters British Science Week KS2 Homework Tasks British Science Week KS2 Assembly
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British Science Week 2018 KS1 Mini Investigations

British Science Week 2018 KS1 Mini Investigations

British Science Week 9th-18th March 2018 Inspire your pupils with a mini investigation for every day of British Science Week. 5 easy to set up and manage science activities for year 1. Plus 5 more simple but effective science activities for year 2. A short equipment list is provided for each year group so you can quickly collect the things you need for the week. Each activity is time flexible, they could take 10 minutes or easily extend to an hours lesson. Everyday a range of questions are provided to stimulate scientific thought and discussion. Challenge questions are included and the opportunity for children to think of their own questions. You can find many more inspiring and reliable resources at my shop Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my other new resources for British Science Week 2018: Key Stage One Homework Tasks Key Stage One What is Science? Posters
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British Science Week 2018 KS2 Homework Tasks

British Science Week 2018 KS2 Homework Tasks

British Science Week 9th-18 March A large pack of homework tasks designed for key stage one. Written to achieve the learning objectives in the new national curriculum these tasks will excite and engage your pupils. Year 3 Here is a summary of the four tasks to choose from, each with a task card to hand out to children: Plants and data handling Cartoon strip and nutrition Pet diet and maths link Garden discoveries Year 4 Here is a summary of the four tasks to choose from, each with a task card to hand out to children: Searching for States Animal Instructions Boiling water and data handling Can you hear me? Investigation Year 5 Here is a summary of the four tasks to choose from, each with a task card to hand out to children: Mission impossible letter writing Who wants to be a forces millionaire? Sticky or Slippy investigation If you look closely… Follow in the footsteps of a great man Year 6 Here is a summary of the four tasks to choose from, each with a task card to hand out to children: Such big teeth you have! Animopoly and other games I’m a poet and I don’t even know it Pass the scalpel - plant studies Where did it go? Light and reasoning Also included is a writing template for children to complete about their homework, especially useful for the hands on investigative style activities. You can find many more inspiring and reliable resources at my shop Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my other NEW British Science Week 2018 Resources: KS2 British Scientist Quote Posters British Science Week LKS2 Mini WOW Investigations British Science Week UKS2 Mini WOW Investigations British Science Week 2018 KS2 Assembly Lessons on Famous Scientists Currently on SALE at 20% off
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Debating and Public Speaking Assembly

Debating and Public Speaking Assembly

Debating and Public Speaking Assembly A visual, engaging and interactive assembly celebrating public speaking and debating. This 18 slide, fully editable and animated presentation takes the pupils through how to debate, the purposes of public speaking, famous speeches, famous speakers, famous debaters and famous debates. Highlights of this resource: Each section contains an equal balance of role models, including gender, race and era. Top quality open questions are provided throughout to encourage higher level thinking and discussion. It includes a model showing the essential cycle needed for debating. A copy of a speaking and listening success criteria for speaking and debating. A hyperlink to a famous debate. Ideas for celebrating this day. Many images and colours to keep the pupils entertained. All reviews welcome. You can find many more reliable and useful KS2 resources at my shop: <a href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/teachallenjoy”> Teachallenjoy </a> You might also be interested in: Whole School Speaking and Listening Success Criteria Discussion Text Week of English Planning and Resources Imitate Discussion Text Week of English Planning and Resources Invent
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Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominator Game

Adding and Subtracting Fractions with the Same Denominator Game

An engaging and effective game enabling children to add and subtract fractions with a purpose. Designed for year 4 children or low ability years 5 and 6. This game has a fun cat and mouse theme. All you need is one dice. The children can also choose and cut out one of 6 mice to be their game piece (the game board works best on A3 for these). Each go they can choose a card and answer the questions. All answers provided. Adding Fractions cards: A mixture of calculations involving fractions with the same denominator. Subtracting Fractions cards: A mixture of calculations involving fractions with the same denominator. Lucky Dip cards: Mixture of word problems, ordering and comparing fractions, equivalent fractions and converting decimals to fractions questions. Challenge 5 extensions are included to challenge the children once they are confident with playing the game. Including the children writing their own cards on the blank cards supplied. For many more useful and reliable maths resources click here You might also be interested in: Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Different Denominators Game Converting Fractions to Decimals Word Problems Adding and Subtracting Fractions Differentiated Word Problems
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British Science Week 2018 Homework Tasks KS1

British Science Week 2018 Homework Tasks KS1

British Science Week 9th-18 March A large pack of homework tasks designed for key stage one. Written to achieve the learning objectives in the new national curriculum these tasks will excite and engage your pupils. Year 1 Three tasks to choose from, each with a task card to hand out to children.Here is a summary of them: Arts and crafts activity through learning about plants Writing activity linked to animal classification Arts activity about parts of the human body Year 2 Three tasks to choose from, each with a task card to hand out to children. Here is a summary of them: Presenting information creatively about body well-being Drawing interactive images about habitats Arts and crafts with materials You can find many more inspiring and reliable resources at my shop Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my other new British Science Week resources: KS2 British Science Week 2018 Homework Tasks KS1 British Science Week 2018 Posters KS2/3 British Science Week 2018 Posters
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British Science Week 2018 KS1 Posters

British Science Week 2018 KS1 Posters

British Science Week 9th-18th March 2018 Decorate your school with bright inspirational posters designed to get the children excited and talking about science. Key Stage One A set of 10 bright colourful posters asking and answering the question: What is Science? For example, ‘Science is Observing’. All the posters link to the new national curriculum for working scientifically in key stage one. Each poster has a large photo of cheerful children doing science activities linked to the words with clear images and symbols. For more engaging and inspiring resources visit my shop Teachallenjoy You might also be interested in my other NEW and time-saving British Science Week 2018 resources: British Science Week KS1 Homework Tasks British Science Week KS2 Posters British Science Week KS2 Homework Tasks
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