Using magazines, students can cut up and paste math strand examples. Draw an example of what a person would wear from the era being studied. The ability to teach someone something new is a gift that few truly appreciate.
Using one math term, such as geometry or algebra, make an acrostic poem. Find a pattern in the current math unit that can be explained. Share in the comments section! More musically-inclined students may love to create a song about the latest chapter.
Calendar Mark on a calendar paper or electronic copy the time frame for how long it takes to see changes in a scientific event such as erosion or plants growing. Scrapbook Page Each student makes a page that describes a certain vocabulary word.
Crossword Puzzle Use the vocabulary from the assessed chapter to create a crossword puzzle, including the design and matching clues. Most importantly, she is an educator in all roles. Time Line Students create a class timeline as they study different eras.
Post the master time line up in the classroom and add as new eras are learned. Research the family tree of a famous historical person. Pen a diary entry from a famous scientist.
Design a t-shirt that matches the current science concepts. Cheer Compose a cheer for someone in history who has struggled through something in your latest unit. Students create the questions and answers that will be used in a review game.
Students will find a list of websites that explain the current math concepts correctly. Visit her now at http: Invite other classes or parents to come do a walkthrough of your museum.
What are some other ideas you have also used in your classroom? Preston, MA is an author, teacher, and parent. Recreate an important historical event. Toy Create a drawing or a prototype of a toy that might have been used from the children of that specific time period.
Memorize and recite an important historical speech.
Combine them to provide a future review tool for students. No explanation needed for this one.
They can also write and solve problems that match the paint-by-number answers.Writing teaching resources for Key Stage 2 - Year 3, 4, 5, 6. Created for teachers, by teachers! Professional English teaching resources.
A 15 question test for end of unit assessment for the Rocks Unit for The New Curriculum KS2 Science. Save for Later Year 5 Changes of Materials End of Unit Assessment. A 15 question test for end of unit assessment for the Properties and Changes of Materials Unit for The New Curriculum KS2 Science.
Save for Later Year 4. Here are 40 alternative assessment ideas to get you started! Alternative Reading Assessments Alternative Writing Assessments Design a t-shirt that matches the current science concepts. Use these checklists based on the DfE Exemplification Guidance and Interim Teacher Assessment Materials to keep track and record evidence of how well your Y6 pupils are doing in their writing.
The age-related expectations have been broken down into Working Towards the Expected Standard, Working at the Expected Standard and 5/5(4).
Exemplification material for English writing to support teacher assessment at the end teacher assessment at the end of key stage 2 in and KS2 science; teacher assessment.Download