This is a worksheet I made after introducing Associative Law to Y3. I couldn't find any questions online to help with delivering this to Y3 and so I made them up. The chn enjoyed these and it also helped my to assess their recall of multiplication tables, 3,4, and 8! The worksheet ha the LO & SC and there is a brief plan for the lesson which I have also attached.
Will save time! I hope it helps.
This is a worksheet where the chn have to discuss what the tally chart is about. LO and SC are included on the worksheet. Then the chn have to write the headings above the columns on the chart. Next the chn have to collect the data themselves, asking their peers which biscuit is their favourite and record it in tallies on the chart. Chn have to complete the chart and then discuss what they have found.
Finally I asked the chn to draw a bar graph and then analyse the data in their books.
This is a topic web for Y3 on the topic let there be light. If anything this will be useful to have simply for the LO's which you can use and helot to guide you plan the term. The children are loving it so far!
This week we have begun to introduce Reciprocal Reading to Y3. For the first session we did it as a whole class. First I handed out the picture that went with the story. We discussed it and came up with words which described the pictures and then predicted what the story was about.
Next we clarified any unknown words / phrases, encouraging the chn to ask questions to each other and then I gave them three question, a looking one (retrieval) and clue (inference) and then a thinking question - their opinion. Finally we summarised the passage using the key points.
The children loved this passage - it can be found online - COLD AS CLAY (from a book full of short scary stories) and the photo was of two people on a horse.
This is a smart note book slide that I made for my lesson on introducing right angles to Year 3. I worked through each page and then gave them post-it notes to identify right angles within the classroom. After that they were given a tray of objects on their tables to see if they could identify and recognise any right angles. They completed the worksheet I gave them (which I will also upload) and then in the plenary we used the last page of the slide to extend their thinking and learning - a reasoning question. Will save plenty of time!
I made this worksheet for an observation on introduction to right angles. I have also uploaded the SMART Notebook that I used along side this lesson which helped me to keep the lesson flowing at a good pace and really embed the new learning.
The worksheets are differentiated for SEN - MA/LA - HA. All sheets have the LO and SC on them which the chn can read and use to structure their work to make sure they are successful.
The children were given a tray filled with objects which they had to use post-it notes to identify any right angles and then fill in the table on their worksheet using the correct mathematical language.
Will save time!
This is a resource where the children have to create a persuasive poster on the Caribbean. There are two photos of a Caribbean beach which the children can choose from. Then the children use the boxes provided to write their persuasive information on and cut out and stick on the poster. I encouraged the chn to use all of the features of persuasive posters e.g. alliteration, bossy verbs, slogans, rhetorical questions, facts etc. They loved this lesson. I also enlarged the sheets to A3. Will save lots of time!
This is a 100 square where the children have to write in the missing numbers, forwards and then backwards. There is also a question asking them what number is missing (zero) and another question asking if it odd or even.
This is also perfect to use as an assessment and will save time!
I made this worksheet for Year three children. They have to label the horizontal bar chart, complete the tally chart and then answer some True or False questions and explain how they know, to prove it. The questions are differentiated. LO and SC on the worksheet to help with marking.
Will save lots of time.
I made this worksheet for a lesson recognising the relationship between right angles and turns. The children have to identify the right angle and then work out how many right angles in turns e.g. 1/2 , 1/4, 3/4 and complete turns and then draw them. There are two worksheets which are differentiated and both have extension activities where they have to work out how many turns the right angle has moved! Th worksheets have the LO and SC to make the structure of the lesson and marking easier.
This is a colourful worksheet where the children have to name the 3D-Shape and then find out how many corners, edges and faces each shape has. The LO and SC is on the worksheet which will make marking much easier! I have used this with my lower group children in Year three and they loved the colours! I also gave them the physical objects/ shapes to manipulate and find the answers.
This is a newspaper report ready for the Year three class to complete. We have read the story 'Stone Girl Bone Girl' and we have studied features of newspaper reports, identifying them in real newspapers and other newspaper report texts using highlighters. It is now time for the chn to write their own, based on Mary Anning finding the sea monster fossil.
For the more able group I have left this blank - they have to include a catchy heading, by line, strapline, quotes, paragraphs, caption for the photo etc.
Then I have differentiated the other groups where some have to think of the strapline / introduction, some have the strapline given, some have the heading given and some have to think of it themselves etc. All worksheets have a photo of the fossil on there. Easy to edit and will save heaps of time! The title of your newspaper will have to be changed as I have done this one to suit our school.
This is a topic web used for Growing in Year 1 for Spring 2.
Science - Plants
Extended writing - Rhyming Phrases
Music - exploring instruments
PSHE - Making the right choices and keeping safe
ICT - filming a recipe
DT - Making clay flower pots / cooking
RE - Baptisma nd Easter symbols
PE - Team Games
The topic web includes Learning objectives on;
Extended writing - Writing instructions
PSHE - Empathy training
RE - Jesus growing up
PE - Gym
DT - making tabbed outfits or a teddy
Art and Design - weaving
History - clothes present and past
Science - everyday materials
This is a sheet where you can easily print off the LO AND SUCCESS CRITERIA for grouping and naming rocks. Adult to cut up or print onto sticky labels and then put in books. Makes marking life so much easier!
Hope it helps!
This is a postcard template that I used for Year 3 when writing in role of a character from a class book. The templates are differentiated HA,MA,LA and each have the LO and success criteria on them, ready for the adult to highlight when marking.
There are also various other templates at the end of the document which are also differentiated which I though I would attach too!
Will save heaps of time!
This is a slide I made when I ask the children in Year 1 to plan their own story. This can also be used/edited for Year 2. It works through the characters, settings, title, objects, beginning; middle and end of a story and then there is a planning sheet page, where you and the class can plan a story together.
The success criteria are also included in the slide and a question at the end asking the chn to explain what they have learned today!
I have also attached the worksheets that I used - differentiated - HA, MA and LA which will save huge amounts of time!
The children have to label the cross section of the Earth. For this worksheet there is a given word bank for them to use. This can easily be removed for the MA group and then again extended for the HA by asking them to write about the different layers of rock in more detail.
This was a lovely lesson and the children loved the worksheet!
LO / SC written at the top ready to make marking easier!
This is a worksheet where the children have to describe the changes from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. There are two worksheets with given subheadings.
The first worksheet has the following subheadings for the children to write about; 'People', 'Homes', 'Tools', 'Clothes' and 'Food'.
The second worksheet is has three main subheadings - 'People', 'Homes' and 'Tools'. There are lines on this worksheet to help support and structure the lower group.
The children in my class watched videos and we read information texts and they took notes in their jotters first, then we summarised the changes together verbally.
This is a worksheet where the children have to rewrite the story of David and Goliath (short, picking out the main details of the story). The worksheets are differentiated for LA and MA. I gave the HA the MA worksheet and extended them by asking them deeper thinking questions in their learning journals. At the end of the worksheet there is a question for LA - asking them what they liked about the story and why. The question at the end for the MA was asking them what they found inspiring about the story and why.
As a whole class we practiced writing a summary of the story together, but you can use this to edit and make even better with your children!
Will save time!