Links to resources, events and reviews featured in TES this week - 22 February 2013

Links to resources, events and reviews featured in TES this week

22 February 2013

Links to resources, events and reviews featured in TES this week

The school turning over a new leaf

What else?

  • Find out all about the Greenhouse effect, global warming and climate change with lbearss’s PowerPoint based resource.
  • Take a look at some of the causes, effects and responses to climate change with these lesson activities from LauraLovesGeog.
  • Why not try out TES’ collection on environmental teaching resources?

Noticeboard:

Today’s news, tomorrow’s lesson on TES

Our daily news articles are designed to introduce pupils to the story behind the headlines.

TES Live for World Book Day

Don’t forget that TES Live has some exciting chats coming up to mark World Book.




Assembly of the week: St David's Day



Top 10: Fairtrade Fortnight

Raise awareness of global trading with these resources in the TES Fairtrade collection.




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Spotlight on: A Green Mouse

TES partner A Green Mouse provides free resources for children to support their listening skills in French and Spanish, to get them saying the words aloud, and to relate language learning to every day life.


From the horde's mouth

What else?

  • Check out rubyshula’s selection of Viking-friendly resources including Viking history and activities.
  • Discuss all your questions with this short documentary video, A Short History of the Environment, from BBC Class Clips.

Imagine all the people

What else?

  • Why not carry out a Green Classroom Audit with this activity from the California Academy of Sciences.
  • Encourage group discussion and consider the economics behind issues of sustainability with pladley’s Venn diagram.

Step on the gas

What else?

  • Consider the world about us with this termly plan and suggested language for comparing countries from QCDA_Resources.

Plenty more fish in the sea?

What else?


Going down a storm

What else?

  • Sing along to DonnaJMinto’s ‘Recycle It’ song to get pupils thinking about renewable energy and the environment.
  • Create your own ‘rubbish’ orchestra with a little inspiration from BBC Class Clips on how to make musical instruments using plastic bottles, cartons and other containers.