Your free home learning packs. We have created resource packs for each year group to help your students learn from home. Additional free resources can be found here. Go to Classroom Secrets Kids. Home Learning Timetable. Hello! We are creating weekly home learning packs to take the stress out of these uncertain times due to the outbreak of coronavirus. Each pack contains all you’ll need to.
Using the pack will develop writing, grammar, and story planning. What’s inside the Paddington Bear resource pack? Lesson 1 (Reception and Year 1) Explore the character of Paddington through talk and drama before using the activity sheets to write about Paddington and start planning his next adventure. Lesson 2 (Year 1 and Year 2).
English Teaching Resources. PowerPoints, worksheets, lesson plans, units of work and more - Teacher-of-English.com contains a huge 39,869 pages of English teaching resources from KS1 to GCSE. All our PowerPoints are not only ready to teach but also fully editable so you can use them as they are or tweak, personalise and differentiate them as much as you like.
Rounding Numbers Pack: Rounding to the Nearest 10, 100, 1000 Rounding to the Nearest 10 100 1000 Place Value Maths Mastery Activity Rounding to 10 Differentiated Activity Worksheets.
Teaching Ideas and Resources - Year 1 History and Geography. In this section, you will find a selection of lesson ideas and teaching resources. We stress that these are not full or prescriptive yearly overviews, unit plans, interactive whiteboard resources or worksheets — they are suggestions of ideas for implementing Core Knowledge UK in the classroom.
Choose a spelling rule then choose to either practise the spelling or take a test with those words. All words are read aloud (make sure your sound is turned up) and provided within a sentence for context. Mathsframe.co.uk - hundreds of interactive maths games, printable worksheets and assessments Spellingframe.co.uk - copyright 2020. Feel free to link to us from your website or class blog.
Primary history teaching. For most primary teachers, there are many attractions to teaching history. Not only is it one of the most popular subjects with pupils, it is also one which is invariably interesting to teach. Resources are relatively easily available and, superficially at least, there don’t seem too many complex concepts to master. It is a great vehicle for literacy-based.
Making Reading Notebooks Awesome. Tweet; by Anna Gratz Cockerille. One of the most challenging aspects of teaching reading is that reading work is mainly invisible. The older students grow, the more sophisticated their thinking and their books become, and the harder it is to assess how much of their reading they are grasping. Reading teachers need ways to make students’ thinking visible.