Introducing Shakespeare at KS2

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Introducing Shakespeare at KS2

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Immerse your class in murder, mayhem, monsters and magic with our exciting Shakespeare pack for years 5 and 6.

Comprising five units on Macbeth and five on The Tempest, the pack is crammed with a range of teaching ideas and activities to introduce your upper KS2 classes to the Bard and bring two of his most famous plays to life.

Key features:

  • 49 supporting resources
  • includes reading comprehensions, GPS challenges, writing tasks, role-play and cross-curricular extension activities for each session
  • links to the curriculum.

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sue de Gruyther
sue de Gruyther
I've taught A Level Literature for many years and found many of my students didn't understand/enjoy Shakespeare!!! I'm determined to show younger children (a couple of my great nephews and nieces; here and in America) the wonder of Shakespeare. Your resource is entertaining, bursting with ideas, and, more importantly, simple to use. Thank you.
Posted on 8th April 2020
Nicki Sharpe
Nicki Sharpe
I used this resources in my guided reading and writing lessons last year with a more able streamed English class. They loved it! I am sharing the planning document and some of the pdf files in a network PD sessions later this term with colleagues from several primary schools in the Goldfields region of WA Australia. Thanks for the effort to put something like this together.
Posted on 22nd March 2017
Lesley Fraser
Lesley Fraser
we have used this resource with our Y6 class as small activities between end of year performance practice. They are interesting and of a length that can be completed without spending a whole lesson on them. They have been brilliant and the children have loved them. In their books it looks like we have spent ages working on Shakespeare which we have but in small slots of time. Thank you
Posted on 3rd July 2016

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