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knat Wed 29-Jul-09 20:55:01

looking to get an overview of where dd should be in the next yea r- can anyone recommend any ks1 resources/books etc so i can adapt for her? thanks

streakybacon Thu 30-Jul-09 08:21:28

Primary Resources is free and might be useful.

www.primaryresources.co.uk/

streakybacon Thu 30-Jul-09 08:21:42

Ooh, clever me, I did a link!!

Yurtgirl Thu 30-Jul-09 12:33:39

Im busy on this line of thought atm too - back later with the stuff I have found so far

This is good Primary plan rescources
Some free stuff, some stuff you pay a small amount to download - worth a look

I got a load of stuff from there and spent a happy afternoon with my laminator

knat Fri 31-Jul-09 15:59:40

thanks primaryresource is good - i remember using it before - will look again. Particularly looking for history and geography for ks1 - any ideas - internet or book wise? thanks

BrigitBigKnickers Fri 31-Jul-09 16:05:10

This is a really good website. Loads of really good resources and fab games. You can search on a topic or a keystage.

julienoshoes Fri 31-Jul-09 16:15:42

Have you seen One-to-One:A Practical Guide to Learning at Home aged 0-11 by Gareth Lewis?

Yurtgirl Fri 31-Jul-09 22:03:02

BBC schools history
Loads of stuff here on history topics

bbc schools geography

BBC have stuff on every curriculum area

I have found googling the topic of choice brings up loads of great links - particularly if you add the word schools or education as well

Lots of primary schools have their own fab websites envy worth a look

Yurtgirl Fri 31-Jul-09 22:08:30

Also try the book people for book sets -

these look good

A Science set, very good
we have got these they are fab

knat Tue 04-Aug-09 20:44:11

thanks everyone particularly like the like of the book people history sets.

I#'ve found briliant resource for ks1 books - Curriculum Bank ones - amazon have a lot of second hand ones and i've just received the first one and its really good. Shows you what to cover, how and photocopiable sheets/activities and how it covers cross curriculum. Maybe worth a look for people?

Yurtgirl Wed 05-Aug-09 17:34:11

Do you mean these?

If so they sound good knat - I will investigate!
Im glad you like the look of the book people history set, always worth keeping an eye on The BP cos they often have great bargain sets of books!

knat Wed 05-Aug-09 21:21:20

yes those are the one they are very good and i would thoroughly recommend them - i've ordered a few subjects so will have something to get my teeth into in planning over the next month or so!!!

Yurtgirl Wed 05-Aug-09 21:40:47

They sound really good = I just need to pick which subjects!
And whether to go for ks1 or 2 - cos I have one child in each age group!

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