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Compare and contrast - Fresh foods and canned foods

Compare and contrast - Fresh foods and canned foods

Compare and contrast activities improve reading comprehension skills and also help in everyday life! Students can organise and remember information, highlight important details (similarities and differences) and help make better decisions in life. This compare and contrast resource asks students to think of at least five similarities and five differences between fresh foods and canned foods.

Age: 10 - 11
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Compare and contrast - Spring and autumn

Compare and contrast - Spring and autumn

Compare and contrast activities improve reading comprehension skills and also help in everyday life! Students can organise and remember information, highlight important details (similarities and differences) and help make better decisions in life. This compare and contrast resource asks students to think of at least five similarities and five differences between spring and autumn.

Age: 10 - 11
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Compare and contrast - Wild animals

Compare and contrast - Wild animals

Compare and contrast activities improve reading comprehension skills and also help in everyday life! Students can organise and remember information, highlight important details (similarities and differences) and help make better decisions in life. This comparing and contrasting resource asks students to choose two different wild animals and think of at least five similarities and five differences.

Age: 10 - 11
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Compare and contrast - Transportation

Compare and contrast - Transportation

Compare and contrast activities improve reading comprehension skills and also help in everyday life! Students can organise and remember information, highlight important details (similarities and differences) and help make better decisions in life. This comparing and contrasting resource asks students to choose two different types of transportation and think of at least five similarities and five differences.

Age: 10 - 11
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Promenade colouring page

Promenade colouring page

This colouring page can be used as a fun activity when teaching kids about seaside holidays in the past! Use it a discussion topic or simply just for fun!

Age: 5 - 6
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Seaside holidays word search

Seaside holidays word search

This seaside-themed word search includes key vocabulary for students to learn. It's a great way for children to practise spelling too! This history resource can be used as an opening for discussion, or simply just for fun!

Age: 5 - 6
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Two elephants colouring page

Two elephants colouring page

Use this colouring page with your class when teaching them about wild animals or any other animal topics!

Age: Reception
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Conjunctive adverbs

Conjunctive adverbs

Conjunctive adverbs are used to connect sentences or independent clauses and show the relationship between them. This English resource asks students to choose the best conjunctive adverb to complete sentences.

Age: 9 - 10
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Use of the hyphen

Use of the hyphen

The symbol (-) is called a hyphen in the English language. A hyphen is a short horizontal line used to link words together. Students read through sentences and write the word that is missing a hyphen.

Age: 9 - 10
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Possessive apostrophe

Possessive apostrophe

Apostrophes can be used to show that something belongs to something or someone else. Example: The bear's paws were big. This English resource asks students to underline the possessive noun in each sentence.

Age: 6 - 7
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Subordinating conjunctions

Subordinating conjunctions

Subordinating conjunctions are used to connect two simple sentences: a main clause and a subordinate clause. Subordinate clauses do not make sense on their own, they are dependent on the main clause. This English activity asks students to choose the best conjunction in brackets to complete the sentences.

Age: 9 - 10
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Coordinating conjunctions

Coordinating conjunctions

Coordinating conjunctions are used to connect sentences, words and phrases. They act as a kind of glue, linking the text together to help the sentences flow smoothly. This English resource asks students to choose the best conjunction in brackets to complete the sentences.

Age: 9 - 10
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Active or passive?

Active or passive?

An active voice is when the subject of the sentence is performing the act. A passive voice is when the subject of the sentence is having something done to it by somebody else. Often the word 'by' is used, but not always. This English worksheet asks students to write 'active' or 'passive' after each sentence.

Age: 10 - 11
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Relative clauses

Relative clauses

Relative clauses are used to connect sentences. We use relative clauses to give additional information about something without starting a new sentence. The most common relative pronouns are: who, whom, whose, which and that. This English resource asks students to choose the best relative pronoun to complete the sentences.

Age: 10 - 11
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Verb prefixes - de and re

Verb prefixes - de and re

A prefix is a group of letters added before a word to alter its meaning. The prefix 'de' is used to reverse the verb's actions. It can also mean 'down' such as in the words decrease or decline. The prefix 're' means to do again. This English resource asks students to choose the correct word to complete the sentence.

Age: 10 - 11
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Verb prefixes - dis and mis

Verb prefixes - dis and mis

A prefix is a group of letters added before a word to alter its meaning. The prefix 'dis' is generally used to make a word negative. The prefix 'mis' means badly, wrongly or incorrectly. This English resource asks students to choose the correct word to complete the sentence.

Age: 10 - 11
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Auxiliary verbs

Auxiliary verbs

Auxiliary verbs, or helping verbs, add meaning to the main verb of the sentence. This literacy resource asks students to complete sentences by adding auxiliary verbs.

Age: 9 - 10
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Alliteration - Animals

Alliteration - Animals

This animal-themed literacy resource asks students to think of adjectives to create alliterations. For example: curious cat

Age: 7 - 8
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Alliteration - Adjectives

Alliteration - Adjectives

This literacy resource asks students to think of adjectives to create alliterations. For example: blue balloons.

Age: 7 - 8
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World War II Word Search

World War II Word Search

This World War II themed word search includes key vocabulary for students to learn. It's a great way for children to practise spelling too! This history resource can be used as an opening for discussion, or simply just for fun!

Age: 8 - 9
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Cloze activity - World War II

Cloze activity - World War II

How long did World War II last? When did World War II begin? Students read through the facts and fill in the missing words to complete the sentences. Cloze exercises help students to think critically while reading and using language skills.

Age: 8 - 9
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Connect the dots - Fire engine

Connect the dots - Fire engine

This dot to dot activity will help with a child's counting. Kids draw a line from dot number 1 to dot number 2, then from dot number 2 to dot number 3, 3 to 4, and so on. They continue to join the dots until they have connected all of them.

Age: 6 - 7
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Multiplication mosaic - Fire

Multiplication mosaic - Fire

Students complete the sums to find the coordinates and colour the grid correctly.

Age: 6 - 7
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Line tracing - Fire engine

Line tracing - Fire engine

This printable can be used as an extra resource when teaching kids about the Great Fire of London. Students trace over the lines and colour in the picture.

Age: 6 - 7
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Maze - Find the fire engine

Maze - Find the fire engine

Mazes are a fun activity and a great way for kids to practise their penmanship skills by encouraging them to stay within the lines. Kids help the firefighter find his way to the fire engine. There is only one way leading to the kennel.

Age: 6 - 7
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Name five places that...

Name five places that...

A fun creative thinking exercise for students. They must think of five places for each number.

Age: 9 - 10
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Name five things that...

Name five things that...

A fun creative thinking exercise for students. They must think of five things for each number.

Age: 9 - 10
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Name five animals that...

Name five animals that...

A fun creative thinking exercise for students. They must think of five animals for each number.

Age: 9 - 10
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How many triangles and diamonds?

How many triangles and diamonds?

Students determine the number of triangles and diamonds found in the picture.

Age: 7 - 8
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Counting - How many shapes? 2

Counting - How many shapes? 2

This printable maths worksheet will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to look at the jumble of different shapes and write the number of each shape.

Age: 7 - 8
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Counting - How many shapes?

Counting - How many shapes?

This printable maths worksheet will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to look at the jumble of different shapes and write the number of each shape.

Age: 7 - 8
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Top and side view - Building blocks

Top and side view - Building blocks

This printable worksheet will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to look at the top and side views and four different building blocks and match them up.

Age: 7 - 8
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Top and side view - Stacking toys

Top and side view - Stacking toys

This printable worksheet will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to look at the top and side views and six different stacking toys and match them up.

Age: 7 - 8
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Top and side view - Umbrellas

Top and side view - Umbrellas

This printable resource will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to look at the top and side views and four different umbrellas and match them up.

Age: 7 - 8
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Top view - 3D shapes

Top view - 3D shapes

This printable resource will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to look at the object and find the correct top view.

Age: 7 - 8
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Maze - Find the kennel

Maze - Find the kennel

Mazes are a fun activity and a great way for kids to practise their penmanship skills by encouraging them to stay within the lines. Kids help the puppy find his way to his kennel. There is only one way leading to the kennel.

Age: 6 - 7
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Maze - Find the park

Maze - Find the park

Mazes are a fun activity and a great way for kids to practise their penmanship skills by encouraging them to stay within the lines. Kids help the girl find her way to the dog park. There is only one way leading to the park.

Age: 6 - 7
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Find two identical pictures - Butterflies

Find two identical pictures - Butterflies

This printable resource will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to find two identical butterflies and draw a circle around them.

Age: 6 - 7
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Find two identical pictures - Trains

Find two identical pictures - Trains

This printable resource will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to find two identical trains and draw a circle around them.

Age: 6 - 7
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Find two identical pictures - Castles

Find two identical pictures - Castles

This printable resource will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to find two identical castles and draw a circle around them.

Age: 6 - 7
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Find two identical pictures - Air balloons

Find two identical pictures - Air balloons

This printable resource will help develop spatial thinking skills. Students are asked to find two identical air balloons and draw a circle around them.

Age: 6 - 7
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Shadow matching - Dinosaurs

Shadow matching - Dinosaurs

Shadow matching activities are a great way for children to learn how to identify objects where the shape is the distinguishing feature, not the colour or detail. Kids draw a line to match the dinosaurs with their shadows.

Age: 5 - 6
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Shadow matching - Farm animals

Shadow matching - Farm animals

Shadow matching activities are a great way for children to learn how to identify objects where the shape is the distinguishing feature, not the colour or detail. Kids draw a line to match the farm animals with their shadows.

Age: 5 - 6
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Shadow matching - Arctic animals

Shadow matching - Arctic animals

Shadow matching activities are a great way for children to learn how to identify objects where the shape is the distinguishing feature, not the colour or detail. Kids draw a line to match the Arctic animals with their shadows.

Age: 5 - 6
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Shadow matching - African animals

Shadow matching - African animals

Shadow matching activities are a great way for children to learn how to identify objects where the shape is the distinguishing feature, not the colour or detail. Kids draw a line to match the African animals with their shadows.

Age: 5 - 6
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Shadow matching - Sea animals

Shadow matching - Sea animals

Shadow matching activities are a great way for children to learn how to identify objects where the shape is the distinguishing feature, not the colour or detail. Kids draw a line to match the sea animals with their shadows.

Age: 5 - 6
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Shadow matching - Robots

Shadow matching - Robots

Shadow matching activities are a great way for children to learn how to identify objects where the shape is the distinguishing feature, not the colour or detail. Kids draw a line to match the robots with their shadows.

Age: 5 - 6
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Shadow matching - Forest animals

Shadow matching - Forest animals

Shadow matching activities are a great way for children to learn how to identify objects where the shape is the distinguishing feature, not the colour or detail. Kids draw a line to match the forest animals with their shadows.

Age: 5 - 6
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