Good morning! How are you all today? Over the past 2 months, I've been producing a calendar resource (there's a PE one and a writing version that I posted earlier this week if you like the look of these!). They're differentiated Maths documents for use in KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 and people have seemed to … Continue reading FREE DAY: July Maths calendars
Hello! Today, I'm sharing July's version of the writing calendar. I know that this has been a popular resource and I've been asked to make a July one, so here it is! It's been wonderful hearing about how people are using this resource for children of all ages - it doesn't have to be a … Continue reading FREE DAY: Writing for pleasure July resource
Hello! Last month, I started to post some calendar/a prompt a day type resources and people seemed to like them, so I thought I'd create some for June! This is a writing one which could be used for children of all ages - it could be used as a writing or oracy based thing! However … Continue reading FREE DAY WRITING: A word a day for June!
Good morning! How are you all today? A few weeks ago, I produced some differentiated Maths calendar type documents for KS1, LKS2 and UKS2 and people seemed to really enjoy them! I had some requests for a June version, so here we go! As always, there’s a question a day for every day in June. … Continue reading FREE-DAY: June Maths calendars!
Hello! Yesterday, I posted some 'calendar maths' resources and while I was in the groove, I got on with a writing one which is similar, but I think this one is one you could use across the age ranges! I've tried to keep all of the prompts as varied and fun as possible - for … Continue reading FREE-DAY: Writing!
Good morning! How are you all today? I was sitting thinking the other day about quick ways in which we might be able to incorporate Maths (and English and EVERYTHING ELSE if I'm honest, but I started with Maths) into every day. I had a play around with some different formats and different set ups, … Continue reading FREE-DAY: Calendar Maths!
Good morning! Today is something a little bit different! Last Monday, I posted a little resource of things to do inside with kids. The response to that was lovely, so I decided to share another one of my favourite resources. Today I’m sharing a few of my Book Bingo templates. There's 4 different templates in … Continue reading FREE-Day: Reading Bingo!
How Not To Lose It: a brilliant book to use when talking MH with kids "The go-to mental health guide for kids! Exam stress? Friendship issues? Panic attacks? How Not to Lose It will help you be the boss of all of this, and more. It's not just your body that should be fit and healthy … Continue reading BOOK BLOG: Anna Williamson
CHRISTMAS AROUND THE WORLD One of my favourite stand alone (or can be woven into other subjects) Christmas lessons to do is Christmas around the world! I am very lucky in that I have lots of friends in a few different countries around the world who are willing to share their country's Christmas traditions with … Continue reading Christmas lessons #2
I am going to start a 'BOOK INSPIRED LESSONS' blog post series. It will only be as and when for the minute, then once there's a few ideas in the blog I might make it a real thing! For a long time I've wanted to learn how to sign, properly. But it's just not something … Continue reading Book inspired lessons