Since I am actually a Key Stage 2 teacher “by trade”, people often ask me why we initially focused our efforts when creating Mrs Mactivity on EYFS and KS1 resources. The answer is simple – they are quicker to make! But that’s not a good reason not to focus on worksheets for KS2, English resources and maths resources for Key stage 2. It’s only right that we share the love! In 2021,we’re going to be making huge efforts to increase the number of KS2 resources that we have on our website. The reason? Simple! It helps people. With home learning becoming increasing prevalent when bubbles in schools burst, parents and teachers are increasing turning to websites like ours to help maintain children’s progress during those periods of self isolation. That’s where we come in! We’re going to be extending our maths scheme into KS2, creating more KS2 topic resources, KS2 English resources, KS2 maths worksheets and more!
But we’re not starting from nothing – we already have a wide range of resources for KS2 to help you – take a look…
Try our KS2 multiplication and division unit pack! Contains everything you need to consolidate teaching of multiplying and dividing.
Not forgetting our KS2 place value unit pack – perfect for the Autumn term.
Another one for the Autumn term is our maths addition and subtraction unit pack – FULL of useful maths worksheets and activities.
If you’re looking for something for home learning, our KS2 home learning pack is spot on!
When I was a teacher in KS2, I was always on the look out for interesting reading comprehensions – so we made some! Here is a selection.
Our Joe Wicks reading comprehension contains lots of interesting information about Joe’s life and how he became the man he is today.
Our equality and diversity reading comprehension is a great discussion prompt, as well as helping with reading and inference skills in KS2.
Know a Minecraft fan? They will love our minecraft reading comprehension activity!
Raising a few eyebrows – our Fortnite reading comprehension!
For KS2 history resources, we’ve been working on our Stone Age to the Iron Age resources.