You can begin your lesson on how to write a set of instructions for your KS2 class by using our Instructions PowerPoint that's included within this Teacher Pack. This will provide children with an introduction, the key features of instructions, and examples of what instructions look like.
Instruction texts also often use time connectives at the start of each numbered point ('First', 'Next', 'Then' and 'Lastly'). In class, children may be given some instructions to follow and be asked to discuss how effective they are. This helps them to understand the importance of clear and comprehensive instructions.
A worksheet (which could be used for homework), based around instructions for making tea and sandwiches. View. 7 - 11. Writing Detailed Instructions Help children to write more detailed instructions using this technique. View. 5 - 7. Hopscotch Instructions A practical way of developing children's understanding of instructions.Learn More
Differentiated maths resources for Autumn Block 5 (Perimeter and Area) in small steps for KS2 children in Year 5. Each small step contains a range of resources including a teaching PowerPoint, varied fluency worksheets, reasoning and problem solving worksheets, homework or extension worksheets, discussion problems for collaborative learning, interactive games and a learning video clip.Learn More
Writing Instructions. Instructions BBC Skillwise. Order Instructions crickweb Main page. Write instructions. The material on this website is aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils and focuses on the Roman era, the Tudor era, the Victorian era and World War Two in British history. All the materials on these pages are free for homework and classroom.Learn More
Based on three amazing books, Friend and Foe (Morpurgo), The Island (Greder) and Eric (Tan), this plan asks chn to imagine what it is like to be an outsider. They empathise with the plight of the person who does not 'fit in'. Stimulating creative writing and encouraging children to improve the cohesion of their work through different grammatical techniques, the plan is also useful preparation.Learn More
Instructions written on the inside lid of each gas mask box. Why did people fear that chemical weapons might be used in World War Two? Gas had been used a great deal in the First World War and many soldiers had died or been injured in gas attacks. Mustard gas was the most deadly of all the poisonous chemicals used during World War I.Learn More
Investigate the rock cycle (we suggest this crayon rock cycle idea). Find out about how fossils are formed. Investigate materials: stone vs. bronze vs. iron. Learn about different layers of soil (here is a great activity). Investigate the best material for new trousers for Ug for the book Ug: Boy Genius of the Stone Age. Learn about prehistoric animals and their food chains.Learn More
This guide has been produced by the DFE to help parents support their keystage 2 children with homework. Homework time can be a trying time for many parents. Keeping children motivated and encouraging children to finish homework can be challenging. The top ten tips support and help parents get involved, and make homework time manageable.Learn More
Writing Instructions. Persuasive Writing. Explanation Texts Writing. General Writing Resources. Star Writers display banner (Ref: SB2551). Aimed at Key Stage 2. Writing display banner - cursive (Ref: SB10230) A printable banner for your Writing classroom display. Aimed at Key Stage 2.Learn More
Homework; Writing Checklists; Writing Checklists. Back to Homework. Back to Parents. KS 1 Character Description Example. PDF File. KS 1 Recount example.. KS2 Instructions - checklist. PDF File. KS2 Instructions. PDF File. KS2 Letter - checklist. PDF File. KS2 Newspaper. PDF File. KS2 Newspapers and Magazines - checklist.Learn More
A KS2 lesson that encourages pupils to consider the Pros and Cons of plastic before making and justifying a personal opinion about the positive and negatives associated with plastic. Issues and Concerns KS2 Lesson Guide Plastic Recycling Science speaking skills Sustainability. Read More.Learn More
Year 3 English Homework For many parents, homework is the only picture they get of what their child does at school. For this reason, Hamilton have put a great deal of effort into writing suitable, fun and home-friendly activities for children and parents to share together.Learn More
Free Interactive Primary or Elementary Key Stage 2 ages 6-11 years, Literacy and English Teacher Resources and fun Kids Games. English learning as a second language. Use these educational resources to teach your child spelling, reading, grammar, and writing to improve their grades at school. TEFL teachers and ESOL students will love these resources.Learn More