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Even MORE New Lesson Resources!

Yes, that’s right, we’ve been really busy producing new content for all our schools once again, so we stay at the forefront of education and meet curriculum demands, but as...

Yes, that’s right, we’ve been really busy producing new content for all our schools once again, so we stay at the forefront of education and meet curriculum demands, but as well as this, so you can enjoy even more content and use all of it in your lessons.

This time round, our new resources appear in our Maths and English modules and come in the form of Activities and Learn Screens. All the new resources are tablet-friendly, and all you need to do to find them is type in the ID number to Search – simple!

Right, let’s take go and take a look at what’s new…

 

English

Activities

 

Key Stage 1

Serengeti Outta Here: #33052 – To identify nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs in a sentence.

Serengeti a Move On: #33051 – To identify noun phrases to answer questions.

Kenya Believe It: #33053 – To understand the past and present tenses, including the progressive form.Adventure Holiday English Activity

 

Upper Key Stage 2

InTense Adventure: #33007 – To ensure correct subject and verb agreement when using singular and plural.

You Zeus, You Lose: #33032 – Understand that homonyms are words that are both spelt and pronounced the same, but have different meanings.

Adventure Holiday: #33006 – To ensure correct subject and verb agreement when using singular and plural.

Jungle Dash: #32926 – Identify the correctly punctuated sentence. Indicate where to add the correct punctuation in a sentence.

Sparta the Problem: #33003 – Understand that synonyms are words or phrases that have the same or similar meaning.

Teed Off 1: #32772 – Understand the spelling rule for adding a suffix starting with a vowel to base words ending with –fer and spell these correctly.

Teed Off 2: #32773 – Understand the spelling rule for adding a suffix starting with a vowel to base words ending with –fer and spell these correctly.

Horn to Run: #33004 – Understand that antonyms are words that have opposite meanings.My Myth-take English Activity

Gorillas in the List: #32949 – Learn how to use bullet points by identifying the list that is correctly punctuated and then completing a bulleted list.

Skittle by Skittle 1: #32712 – Understand that a hyphen is used for clarity between a prefix and root word. Understand that a hyphen is most commonly used between a prefix that ends with a vowel, to a root word that starts with a vowel and recognise the exceptions.

Skittle by Skittle 2: #32713 – Understand that a hyphen is used for clarity between a prefix and root word. Understand that a hyphen is most commonly used between a prefix that ends with a vowel, to a root word that starts with a vowel and recognise the exceptions.

My Myth-take: #33005 – Understand that antonyms are words that have opposite meanings.

Stig on Tour: #32308 – Identify sentences using the correct subject and verb agreement when using singular and plural and choose the correct verbs to use within sentences to create subject and verb agreement.

On a Wing and a Mare: #33030 – Understand that homonyms are words that are both spelt and pronounced the same, but have different meanings.

Hera Some Hononyms: #33031 – Understand that homonyms are words that are both spelt and pronounced the same, but have different meanings.

 

Going Overboard Maths Activity

Learn Screens

 

Key Stage 1

Sunken Treasure: #28016 – Explore the important skills and processes essential to writing. Part 2 focuses upon: saying ideas out loud, oral composition, writing, sequencing and checking.

Away Day: #32948 – Understand that a simple sentence has one clause; a compound sentence is made up of two main clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction; and a complex sentence is made up of a main clause and a subordinating clause, joined together by a subordinating conjunction.

 

Maths

Activities

 

Key Stage 1

Going Overboard: #32815 – This activity focuses on describing position and uses the following language of position: left and right, top, middle and bottom, on top of, above, below, under, between.

Over the Line: #32784 – Identify, estimate and represent numbers from 0 to 100, using number lines.

Under the Sea: #32814 – This activity focuses on describing position and uses the following language of position: left and right, top, middle and bottom, on top of, above, below, under, between.

Party Like It’s 19 or 99: #32786 – Identify and estimate numbers from 0 to 100, using hundred squares.

 

The Umpire Strikes Back English Activity

Lower Key Stage 2

The Umpire Strikes Back: #32785 – Identify, estimate and represent numbers from 0 to 1,000, using place value number lines.

Hip To Be Square: #32787 – Identify and estimate numbers from 0 to 1,000 using number squares.

 

Upper Key Stage 2

Rockface: #32319 – Drag fractions in order from smallest to largest. Compare and select the fractions that are more than, less than or equal to a fraction.

Match Point: #33131 – Consider the order of operations and complete calculations involving the four operations.

Game, Set, Maths: #33132 – Consider the order of operations and complete calculations involving the four operations.

 

Learn Screens

 

Key Stage 1

Calculation Station: #33009 – Learn the inverse laws of addition and subtraction.

 

Lower Key Stage 2

Carry the Day: #32956 – An introduction into formal written methods of columnar addition. This Learn Screen looks at how to carry numbers.Ancient Methods English Learn Screen

Boulder Dash: #32958 – An introduction into formal written methods of columnar subtraction. This Learn Screen looks at exchanging.

Method to Madness: #32957 – An introduction into formal written methods of columnar subtraction. This Learn Screen does not look at exchanging.

Ancient Methods: #32960 – An introduction into formal written methods of short multiplication. This Learn Screen looks at carrying numbers.

 

Upper Key Stage 2

Parks and Rectangles: #32314 – Modelling how to use the properties of rectangles to deduce facts and find missing lengths and angles.

Chop Chop: #33088 – Dividing fractions by whole numbers.

Lumberjack Fractions: #33087 – Add and subtract fractions with different denominators and mixed numbers, using the concept of equivalent fractions.

Multiplayer Multiplier: #33099 – Use the formal written method of long multiplication to multiply numbers up to 4 digits by a two-digit number.

Pixel Perfect: #33097 – Divide numbers up to 4 digits by a two-digit number using the formal written method of short division interpreting remainders according to the context.

Rockface Fractions: #32320 – Find common denominators and equivalent fractions to compare and order fractions.

 

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