Lesson Plans

This section of the website contains a number of lesson plans based on my books.

 



Egyptians - lesson plans

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Teacher Sarah Fleming has devised 20 lessons based on The Time Travelling Cat and the Egyptian Goddess

Please right click on the link above and choose 'Save as' to download.

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Topic Webs

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Here are some Topic webs for you to download

Right click on the link and select 'Save As' to download the Topic Web you wish to use.

Big Red Bath

When Baby Lost Bunny Topic Web.

Grandma's Seaside Bloomers

Pillywiggins and the Tree Witch

Kisses Are Yuk

Big Blue Train

Ants In Your Pants

Time Travelling Cat and the Tudor Treasure

Bears On The Stairs

Time Travelling Cat and the Egyptian Goddess

Henry VIII Has To Choose

Class Three All At Sea

Class Two At The Zoo

Stowaway

 

 

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 28 June 2013 15:57 )
 

Class Three All at Sea Lesson Plan

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When Lucy Compton of Spinney Hill Primary School in Leicester used Class Three All at Sea as described in the following lesson plan, OFSTED Inspectors visiting the school said they had never seen such a high standard of writing from Year 1 Boys.

Thank you to Lucy for agreeing to share her lesson planning with other teachers.

Please follow this link to download the lesson plans as a PDF.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 April 2012 08:20 )
 

Lesson Plans: English, based on The Time Travelling Cat and the Tudor Treasure

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Here are two lesson plans based on The Time Travelling Cat and the Tudor Treasure.  Many thanks to Charlotte Johnson at St Gabriels for sharing them.

The files are in PDF format.  to save them, please right click and choose Save As.

Time Travelling Cat and the Tudor Treasure 1

Time Travelling Cat and the Tudor Treasure 2



 

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 28 January 2011 13:45 )
 

Book To Screen - New Resource Pack Now Available

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The aim of this pack is to create a wider literacy - including visual literacy. Pupils will engage in in-depth analysis of text and moving image, leading to a greater understanding of both the author's and the filmmaker's crafts. Book to Screen will encourage pupils to become more perceptive readers of the word and the visual image.

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