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Christmas gifts for students

It’s the giving season for pupils and teachers, Christmas time! I decided to keep last year’s goodie bag idea with a twist. I just love this idea as it is so versatile and can be adapted year after year. To make them you will need:  bags, my free downloadable bag toppers, bubbles and any other goodies of your choice! My…

Figurative language posters based on the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe

Figurative language in literature is language that uses words or expressions with a meaning that is different from its literal interpretation.  By being literal we mean exactly what we say. An author is literal when they state facts. When they choose to use figurative language they are often trying to make a literary point by using exaggeration or comparison to…

About Me Worksheet

Getting to know your kids, what a great way to start the new academic year, and them getting to know you of course! This worksheet hopes to aid the getting to know your kiddies part and allows them to share with you something about themselves that they think is important. It is suitable for Key Stage 2. Get this worksheet…

Summer Rules for Electronics Free Printable

Holiday season is here! ❤ Who doesn’t love the hot days, the relaxed evenings and the down time. Parents may take some time to adjust to their children’s lack of schedule and with the long summer days it is easy for children to get bored despite efforts of daily outings and activities. When this happens your children may immediately ask…

Travel Theme Calendar 2017-2018

I am a bit of a calendar freak. I like to write things down and cross out the days one by one as they pass. Maybe it’s one of those teacher traits, who knows, but a calendar is one thing no teacher can go without. For those super organised colleagues  here is my new 2017-2018 calendar. This year it has…

Writing Genres

The first step in understanding and discussing literature is knowing what you’re reading. Being able to state which genres you enjoy, or what genre the book you’re reading falls under, is a powerful skill; especially if you want to talk about books! Looking at a text’s features will help you identify the genre it falls under. This Powerpoint has been…

Back to school Checklist for Teachers!

Still some time to go before school starts, but because I love making lists, I’ve come up with my back to school checklist that I will use to get ready. I can’t wait to share it with you! Since Week 0 consists of meetings and Inset days, little time is actually left to get ready. So, to avoid the last-minute…

Decimals, Fractions, Percentages with Football Maths Freebie!

Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages Fractions, decimals and percentages are all different ways of showing the same value. Follow these steps to convert from one to another. Fraction to decimal: Divide the numerator by the denominator Decimal to fraction: Multiply the decimal by 100; make the new number the numerator of a fraction with a denominator of 100. Simplify the fraction.…