There are plenty of time I would have liked a few different examples of a piece of work, which have different grade levels & couldn't find them.Here are two examples for a biased argument -Level 4 & 5
There are plenty of great descriptions in J.K. Rowling's and J.R.R. Tolkien's novels. Have a read and see what you think. You may attempt to emulate these descriptions to improve your writing, or just have a good read.
Rounding is a great tool to estimate an answer in maths. This hub gives you the rules to allow you to round to any number as long as you know your place value. Plus I have included a great rap to help
Making Christmas decorations is a great way to spend quality time with your family and get into the festive mood. Try making this easy 3D paper snowflake to decorate your home!
The Lotus flower is linked to many beliefs around the world. Hindus, Buddhists and ancient Egyptions know the Lotus as a sacred flower. In this hub there is four different ways to making your own.
A dreaded interview! Most people hate them and no wonder, what are they going to ask you? Look no further, take a look at these typical questions and model answers to help you.
Ants have been crawling around this Earth for over 130 million years, they have outlived the Dinosaurs and outnumber Humans. What makes them such an incredible species?
Witches have come to mean an evil, old woman who uses magic to cause havoc for us good people.But this wasn't always the case;so what happened & what did they have to face against superstitious people
Why does Britain drive on the left and most of the world drive on the right? Take a look here to find out the answer. The French and the Americans have alot of influence in this matter.
The grid method is a great fool proof method to help you with multiplication. As long as you follow these simple steps and have good knowledge of place value and your timetables this is a great method
The beautiful peace lily is a great houseplant that is very hardy and easy to look after. However, to get the best out of it you need to know how to look after it, so look no further...
Superman is one of the greatest heros of all time. But what would Superman be without some of the greatest villians of all time? Who is your favourite though? Take a look at their history and decide.
Lets face it, Batman has a very hard job to do with how many 'good' bad guys that live in Gotham. The Joker, Two face, Bane, Cat woman, Sandman and Al Gore are all but a few of the supervillians there
Marvel comics have created some of the best superheros around.Who hasn't heard about Spidey or Wolverine.They have been made even more popular by big budget films recently,but which is your favourite?
I do not know anyone who hates the simpons. Well anyone who has a sense of humour anyway.Homer is such a great character that I can't imagine anyone's face not lighting up if you brought out this cake
Alot of people find measuring angles or drawing angles a difficult ask. Here is the help you need to make sure you can avoid the common mistakes. 5 simple steps to help you get it right every time.
Who doesn't think that Mike Wazowski is a great character? He is one massive reason why Monster inc. and Monsters University are great movies. Here are a couple of great ideas for cakes to make.
We all love minions, right? But who are they? Here is a guide to these lovable characters as well as some of their best bits.
Area and perimeter can be difficult to work out if you can't remember which one is which. Here is a great hub to help you remember and also help you work out more complicated maths in compound shapes.
Who doesn't love danish pasteries? Here is a few ideas of how to make a swirl using the delicious ingredient of cinnamon. Apple goes so well with it.
Lots of children learn about WW2 in primary school and secondary school. This is an easy way to make a gas mask that children will be able to follow but leaves great results.
There are plenty of great series that have created a fantasy world. Harry Potter, Middle Earth and the Warhammer world all have amazing mythical creatures in their worlds, but how do they compare?
Harry Potter and the Hobbit have ignited imaginations around the world for many generations. Children love to see and hear about wild and mysterious creatures. They are different in both books though
Eggy bread or French toast? French toast or eggy bread? What do you call it? Is there a difference? And I'm sure you want to know how to make both ... Here is a great hub to show you how.
An easy British classic that everyone loves. Why not remember the glory days with a bit of bread and butter pudding, but lets bring it into the 21'st century with a swist or two!
Getting children to describe well in their writing is vital so here are a few activities you can use as starters or main lessons to help children to do this well.
The Tudor times are amazing to learn about.England went from being a poor relation in Europe to one of the most powerful.There is so much language we use today that we can trace to back to Tudor times
A sponge cake is easy to make and it is delicious but you want a soft and succulent one. Here are tips of how to do just that. Every one love what you have made.
Fascinated with back death, disease, and the middle ages? Here's a step by step, easily adapted guide that you can use in the classroom. It's easy to do and children will have fun doing it.
Ever wonder what co-ordinates are or just simply how to teach them to your children. Here is the background knowledge you will need with fun activities your children can have a go at in their lessons.
Who does'nt love Star Wars? What kid wouldn't love a R2-D2 birthday cake? Making it is easier than you would think.
What better way to surprise a child than bring out a minion shaped cake for their birthday. Three easy ways to create a minion and recipes for creating a lovely dilicate cake for a great occation.
I have looked around for quotes from the books that describe wizards in my literacy lessons. They are hard to find so I have chosen some very famous wizards so you can find them all here.
The Titanic is still a wonder to everyone who learns about the disaster. Children love to find out about the interesting facts and this easy to make model will surely leave them wanting more.
Start a lesson off with the wow factor and use any movie title sequence to make your own personalised introduction to a lesson. It is easy to do and very effective.
Teaching a foreign language can be a bit daunting in a primary school. How many of us are specialists? To make things a little easier and fun I have included a few lesson plans to help you through it.
When teaching children how to write a newspaper report it is vital that they understand how to do this. To teach them what a newspaper looks like (structure), what they need to include in their report (features) and why people write them (purpose) have a look below to help you.
Children have a hard time understanding what equivalent fractions are but luckily there are plenty of things we can do in order to help them on in their development.
I have found that percentage is something alot of students find hard. It is strange how we can work out 31% for example but students need to now how to do it. So here is a little guide to help.
So your teaching about averages and the children are struggling to remember the differences between each one. Here is a brilliant rhyme that the children will easily be able to remember.
Ever get stuck with fractions? Do you need help in figuring out a half or quarter or third? This will help you understand and convert fractions into decimals or percentage. Ever get stuck on percentages? Do you need help in figuring out 50%, 25% or 75%? This will help you understand and convert...
Early on in my teaching career I was introduced to Alan Peat's idea of using story bags to help children write stories. A brilliant idea that really works.
I have noticed that alot of teachers are either not aware of the technology in their schools or just do not know how to use it. I suggest go and find and have a play with it all to enhance your lesson
I have found that alot of children do not understand what punctuation is. From the simple full stop why do we need these things? How do we get it across to our children?
A great idea to allow students to use and understand different words for said.
Ofsted will love how independant these students are from a few simple ideas on how to describe a scene or character.