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Hi, I hope you find some useful, time saving resources in my shop. I've worked in Education since 1996 and have a Primary Bed Honours degree.

Hi, I hope you find some useful, time saving resources in my shop. I've worked in Education since 1996 and have a Primary Bed Honours degree.
Number Bonds for 10/ 20 Loop Cards
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Number Bonds for 10/ 20 Loop Cards

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Share the loop cards with group members. The player who has the start card begins by reading “2 makes 10/20 with…” The player who has the answer card, calls out the answer then reads… The game continues until the loop is completed. This is indicated by the finish card.
Non Chronological Report. Power Point. Roman Pottery. Greyware. Lincolnshire. 400AD
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Non Chronological Report. Power Point. Roman Pottery. Greyware. Lincolnshire. 400AD

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Everyday Pots for Everyday People This 8 slide Power Point has been created with my growing collection of pottery shards in mind. Each time I work in the garden, I find new pieces from the bases, rims and sides of broken pots. The National Curriculum states that children “should understand how our knowledge of the past is constructed from a range of sources.” My finds illustrate this as they inform us about the everyday lives of people living and working in Britain around 400AD, specifically about how they manufactured pots, stored and cooked their food.
Intervention TA Support Record
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Intervention TA Support Record

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Evidence your work using this Proforma. Use the proforma to state/ think clearly your Learning Objective. Use the evidence collected to reflect upon/ define the impact of your work, to record the outcome from the child’s perspective and to inform/ plan your next steps.
Feature Check List to accompany Non Chronological Report. Power Point. Roman Pottery. Grey Ware400AD
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Feature Check List to accompany Non Chronological Report. Power Point. Roman Pottery. Grey Ware400AD

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Before composing your own Non- Chronological Report, unlock the features of the Non-Chronological Report on Lincolnshire Grey Ware which can be found in my shop. View the Checklist Wall. Find and highlight examples of features in the text. Use the same colour to colour in the corresponding brick. Unfortunately, I am not good at using a range of interesting openers. Try using the openers provided, in your report. Cut and stick them at the beginning of your sentences when drafting your piece.
Phonics Wordsearch. Focus sound Long Vowel A.
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Phonics Wordsearch. Focus sound Long Vowel A.

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This word search features 10 words containing the long vowel sound A. You might need to supply the words to the pupil if they do not feel confident. The words are-they, share, Clare, pair, stair, day, bear, lady and cane. Circle the word when you find it or draw one neat line through. Have go at writing the word on the lines below the grid, then highlight the A sound. How many different spellings of A did you identify?
Change Singular Nouns to Plural- add s
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Change Singular Nouns to Plural- add s

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Collect items. Make sure you have groups of one and groups of more than one. I tried to choose items that my pupil would be able to spell. For example- sticks, pens, rocks, coins, spots, seeds and buttons. Ask the child to sort the items into groups and then to write a list/ inventory. Whilst doing so I explained the use of s and the meaning of plural. Writing the list will also provide repetitive spelling practise/ a chance to learn how to spell the word some.
Demonstrate your understanding of Multiplication
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Demonstrate your understanding of Multiplication

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This piece of work allows you to investigate your students understanding of Multiplication as it asks the student to present the multiplication statement in several ways. You could enlarge the A4 sheet to A3 and so provide more space.
Money Word Problems
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Money Word Problems

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This 6 slide resource has been created with a Year 4 intervention Group in mind. Elements relating to Number and Money are featured from the Year 2 to Year 4 Curriculum. Slides feature real life contexts and real life prices. Slide 1; A pound to spend on things you need Add three two digit amounts and calculate change from £1.00 Slide 2; On-line Shopping Add pounds and pence/ three digit amounts to calculate how much you have spent. Slide 3; Select the correct coins to pay exactly Divide by three to calculate the cost of each item/ one third Slide 4; Change from a ten pound note Add together three digit numbers and calculate how much change you need Slide 5; Solve a problem Decide how to spend a pound. Weigh up the different options. If you save half, which two items can you afford? Slide 6; Earnings Multiply monthly earnings by 12 to calculate total earnings for the year. Divide by four to calculate savings if you save a quarter.
Year 2 Number Questions and Answer Cards for Post Box
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Year 2 Number Questions and Answer Cards for Post Box

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The cards are tactile. They have rounded edges and fit nicely into the palm of the hand. Resource 1Year 2 Number Questions and Answer Cards for Post Box How to use the cards: Lay the number cards face up on the table. Select a question card. Find and post the answer in the box. Questions link to National Curriculum- number and place value. Evaluate which questions were easy to answer and which were more challenging. Resource 2Year 2 Count in multiples of three. Learning to count in threes will support later understanding of thirds How to use the cards: Lay the multiples face up on the table. Select cards in order (forwards or backwards) and post them. Use the cards to answer multiples of 3 addition and subtraction calculations e.g 18-3 is… Post the multiple that comes between, for example 15 and 21 or the multiple that comes before or after for example 12. Take a calculation from the pile. Post the correct answer. Play a calculation/ answer pairs game.
Long Vowel Sound Wordsearches X 5
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Long Vowel Sound Wordsearches X 5

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Wordsearches feature Long Vowel sound alternative spellings for A, E, I, O and U The words to find are not listed. This is quite challenging so I have provided the words for less confident readers on a separate sheet. Instructions: Circle or place one neat line through the words on the grid. Copy the word neatly below and highlight the focus long vowel sound. Count how many different ways there are of spelling that vowel sound. I’d ask children to work in pairs to find the words. If they were stuck, I’d ask one pair to join another pair and share their findings. Children could compete to find all of the words and spelling alternatives first. There are plenty of Alien words to be found and resourced on these sheets.
Phonics Revision Game
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Phonics Revision Game

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Phase 3 and Phase 5 sounds. This set comprises of two Game Boards, 40 word and action cards, 6 game cards and 48 sound buttons, ready to print, cut and laminate. Play on own or in a pair (take turns, first person to get to the end of their board wins!) Instructions Roll the dice. Move across the board from left to right on row 1 then from from right to left on row 2. If you land on a sound read it. if you land on a coloured square, take a word card , read it and follow the instruction. Use the sound button cards, game boards and word cards in creative ways/ to assess known/ unknown sounds.
High Frequency Word Wreck the Flash Card Activity
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High Frequency Word Wreck the Flash Card Activity

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Print out the High Frequency Word Cards taken featuring Letters and Sounds 100 High Frequency words in order. Have go at reading them together first. At random select a wreck card. Follow the instruction and wreck the High Frequency word. Recap- What happened to the word…? A fun way to try to make High Frequency Words memorable.
Post Box for Flashcards
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Post Box for Flashcards

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Here is a cuboid net that can be folded to make a cuboid. Please see the Flashcards in my shop. They are just the right size for this post box.
Dandelion Groups of Five and  Number Cards
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Dandelion Groups of Five and Number Cards

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The twelve picture cards show groups of real dandelion heads arranged on the grass in my garden. Card one shows one group and card twelve shows twelve groups. To accompany the picture cards I have made some number cards. You could match the picture and number cards, order the cards, calculate the missing group or number in the sequence, use the cards to add and subtract. A really versatile resource.
Phase 2/ 3 Flash Cards for Post Box
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Phase 2/ 3 Flash Cards for Post Box

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Page 1 features ten CVC/CCVC words. Pages 2 and 3 feature seven Phase 3 sound cards and seven words featuring these sounds (ng, ck, ch, sh, zz, th and qu). There are also five blank flashcards. Add your own words to these.
Number Bonds to Twenty, Base 10 themed, Flash Cards and Work Sheet
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Number Bonds to Twenty, Base 10 themed, Flash Cards and Work Sheet

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This resource is useful for teaching Teens Numbers, the Number Sequence from 10-20, Place Value, Number Bonds for 20 and Difference. Use the large flash cards to define numbers as tens and ones, order, compare and match pictures to numerals. Print, slice and laminate the flashcards, use to play pairs or to add tens and ones.
Counting On
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Counting On

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Practice counting on with two finger painting activities. Count on to complete the set of dots. Learn about number bonds as you count on to decorate the cactus with the correct number of flowers.
Count Shapes and Circle the Number
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Count Shapes and Circle the Number

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This resource can be used as an assessment or learning activity. Can the child count the set accurately and identify, by circling, the correct number label?
Addition Grid
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Addition Grid

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Lots of calculations to do in this compact way. Learn how to read the calculations (links to co-ordinates). Enlarge the grid to A3. Discuss patterns- doubles, number bonds, multiples of… Practise adding- draw, make and combine groups, use fingers to count on…
Count to 10 Resource
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Count to 10 Resource

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0-9 multi- coloured Digit Cards. One to One Correspondence Grid (use the grid to count how many in a given set), doubles up as a Spot Card Matching Frame (1-10). In addition- Use the digit cards 1-9 and spot cards 1-9 to play pairs. Match the set to the symbol. Order the muddled digit cards or use them in a missing number game. Laminate the spot cards and use them to work out which sets are odd or even by circling pairs with a white board pen. Use the spot cards to add two sets and find totals. Use the spot cards to compare sets and state which is more or less (calculate the difference).