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thinking skills 10min exercises KS2

Overall rating 4 out of 54.3 (271 ratings)

Last updated 07 July 2014, created 12 February 2008, viewed 292,564

A powerpoint containing 14 literacy and 14 numeracy questions, aimed at encouraging children to think creatively and logically. Literacy Q example: ‘how would you describe an elephant to someone who has never seen one before?’. All questions have colourful backgrounds to stimulate the children’s More…thoughts. I made this for a Year 5 class, but it could be equally well applied to all KS2. I’m an overworked GTP student so please leave any feedback you can, it will help me with my evidence!

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TY very much for sharing! I am sure my students will like it lot)))

from Milba, 07 July 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Thank you for sharing your resource. This resource has been recommended by the TES Resource Team for its relevance to the 2014 National Curriculum.

from TES Resource Team, 02 July 2014. Member of the TES Panel.
(report comment) 5 out of 5 Recommended

I found this resource useful when putting together a Holiday Activities booklet for my students. Thank you for the great ideas.

from newnorcia, 02 July 2014
(report comment) 4 out of 5

A a teacher in Essex, I particularly appreciate the English based pages! The Essex 11+ has recently added 2 x 10 minute writing tasks - and these slides are perfect support for this. Thank you!

from elaineheck143, 11 June 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

What resources did you use to construct the PowerPoint? I would like to create additional slides.

from Beltrobe, 03 June 2014
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