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This collection of number puzzle strips is a great way for students to demonstrate their ability to count. A large image is cut into strips. When the strips are placed in order, a picture is revealed.
We have supplied two versions of each puzzle. One version in landscape that has the numbers from left to right, mimicking the number line. The other in portrait with numbers ascending from bottom to top, preparing students for later work with graphs in the y axis.
We recommend you pre cut the strips to hand to students, and also laminate the strips for longevity if you wish. For an extra challenge, why not combine a few of the puzzles, so students not only have to put the numbers in the correct order, but decide which pieces should go with which puzzle.
There are 10 puzzles in total, covering themes of every day scenes, under the sea and outer space, as well as celeration themes including Birthday, Christmas, and Fireworks!
The task focuses on the long-debated question- whether refugees deserve to seek refuge in safer countries or whether they should not be allowed entry to first world countries.The lesson includes 2 clip sets that can be shown in class, a series of questions allowing for critical thinking and a short-essay section in which students argue for or against this topic
A single, all-encompassing Power Point containing a wide range of cooperative and engaging learning activities for starters, main learning and plenaries.
How to use it?
*Open this original Power Point. At the start there is a lesson introduction slide, then activities are split into starters (blue), main lesson activities (orange), and plenaries (red). At the end there is a page complete with embedded timers.
*Select starter, main and plenary activities that are relevant to your lesson focus (Pick ‘n’ mix). Copy and paste those slides into a new Power Point to use within your lesson. Select a timer where required.
*You could print a selection of slides to be made into a classroom display and allow students to choose their own activities.
I created some extension cards based on other resources that I found on here that can be used in most lessons, but specifically geography. Hope they're helpful. The first slide is just a template so you can create more!
A feedback sheet where students can immediately create evidence of progress.
This is easily adapted to any subject, it currently goes from F-B as I'm using it for key stage 3, but it is easily amendable.
Complete their www, ebis and 'do now's on the left, then they complete their directed reflection and improvement time (DIRT Time) action on the right.
Stick it in their book, jobs a good'n.
Download these popular 'All About Me' activities with a fidget spinner theme! Great for back to school or getting to know you activities!
The pack contains activities that can be used in the following ways:
1. An All About Me sheet for pupils to fill in the sections of the fidget spinners with pictures or words about their favourite foods, people, school activities etc.
2. A blank version of the above activity for teachers pupils to choose their own categories.
3. A game using real fidget spinners (if they have not been banned!) where pupils have until the spinner stops to talk about each category.
4. A multiple-choice quiz for pupils to make real and false answers about themselves using the fidget spinner templates.
5. A design-your-own fidget spinner activity.
Updated Version-Complete with popping sounds and a sound to alert pupils to stop working.
A fun countdown timer that can be used as a time management tool in any lesson. This is a 3 minute, 90 seconds and 60 second timer timer. Each bubble has been set to pop after 10 seconds (3 minute), 5 seconds (90 seconds) and 4 seconds (60 seconds) , but can easily be altered in the animation pane to make the timer shorter or longer. The bubbles can all be selected, copied from this presentation and pasted and inserted into your own or on top of any slide you wish!
This original short play (approximately 20 minutes) is a parody of the popular Lord of the Rings books and films. It has 12 speaking parts and roles in sound effects, sound mixing and lighting. As the title suggests it is designed as a radio play in the style of the Goon Shows. This allows students to practice voice production, characterisation comedic timing and live performance without the need for learning lines or creating costumes or stage settings. It is suitable for use with Elective Drama classes (NSW BOSTES Syllabus) or the Drama component of Junior High School English. If you find this resource useful please complete a review.