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Comparing Temperature

Comparing Temperature

Differentiated activity where children compare the temperature of places in the UK with countries from around the world. Used with a year 1 class.
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Victorian Street Description

Victorian Street Description

Collection of photographs/paintings of a Victorian street, displayed on worksheets to support development of interesting adjectives etc. Photographs/paintings also displayed on PowerPoint for display on whiteboards. Used with a year 1 class but can easily be adapted for use across primary age phase.
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Materials - Waterproof

Materials - Waterproof

Activities to support teaching materials. Activities include a test a test to see which materials are waterproof and which are not. Followed by a task to look at which material would be best for building a house and why. Used with a year 1 class.
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Victorian School Comparison

Victorian School Comparison

Differentiated activity where children compare rich and poor Victorian children, including a typical school day for rich Victorian children. Activity then asks children to compare a Victorian school day with their own school day.
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How High?

How High?

This is a space-based KS2, KS3, GCSE matchup activity. Pupils consider and then rank relative altitudes of Earth features, satellites (natural & artificial) & stars. Pupils will match up and order the images, numbers and written information about each object. A good real life ordering task or use as a prompt to introduce scale and scale models. Includes plenty of information to inspire as well as aspects to prompt questions and thinking skills. As well as math and space science, can also be used as a literacy resource. Tried and tested in the classroom with various groups and ages (Yr5, Yr7, Yr8, Yr9 PGCE students). This download includes pdf files as well as the original powerpoint and word documents for easy editing.
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Environmental lesson plan,  Modern day slavery lesson plan, Anti-Radicalisation lesson plan

Environmental lesson plan, Modern day slavery lesson plan, Anti-Radicalisation lesson plan

Here at Just Enough UK, we provide schools with workshops on key topics such as Modern day slavery, Radicalisation, Hate crime, Inclusion and other issues facing modern day children. Our job is to inspire children to make the world a better place through our fun and informative workshops. One person can make a change! In this resource you can find sample lesson plans from our online platform: Just Enough Learns. Our work has been accredited by the Home Office, the Anti-Slavery Commissioner (Kevin Hyland), the Metropolitan Police, the NSPCC and Barnardo's. Each lesson plan can be easily tailored to each key stage, and made easily understandable for children of all ages and 100% of teachers would recommend us to a colleague.
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South Carolina Early Years History Assessment

South Carolina Early Years History Assessment

Check out this 10 question assessment that presents question formats in both multiple choice and short answer formats. This can easily be used a s a quiz, test, homework or in-class worksheet. This is a great way to assess what students know about early settlers such as John C. Calhoun, information about the union, tariffs, imports, and more. This is a great way to gain insight, adjustment curriculum moving forward, and start or finish the lesson on early years of South Carolina settlement and beginnings.
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Playground Geometry Hunt Activity

Playground Geometry Hunt Activity

Take your geometry unit to the next level by allowing students to apply learned concepts of geometry to the world around them. This playground hunt activity allows students to find the shapes they have learned about in class in a place they visit regularly, their playground. Students will draw a representation of the item they found, label its shape, identify the object, and then describe its features. This is a great way for students to apply their understanding in a fun and engaging way! Be sure to also check out Playground Measurement Hunt Activity too!
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Parent Volunteers Request Letter Form

Parent Volunteers Request Letter Form

Looking for an easy way to get parents on board to lend a helping hand? Look no further with this simple and well-organized template that you can use in a variety of contexts. The top introduces the rationale for why their help is needed, the middle is a check box list of ways they are being requested for, and the bottom is a sign and return form. This is a great way to include key stakeholders in your classroom, whether it be reading to a small group, preparing crafts, talk about a career and so much more!
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Natural Disasters Guided Notes Research Template

Natural Disasters Guided Notes Research Template

Check out this student-friendly and well-organized template for natural disasters. Initially broken down into geological disasters, hydrological disasters, meteorological disaster, and space disasters, this graphic organizer includes 17 different natural disasters such as sinkholes, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, tsunamis and many more. This can either be used as guided notes to supplement your instruction or can guide students collaborative or independent research. For each natural disaster, students will identify the description, cause, potential effects and most importantly safety precautions. Have fun!
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Me and My World Layers Hierarchy Template

Me and My World Layers Hierarchy Template

To support students understand how they play into the larger system around them, this hierarchy map allows students to identify descriptions of themselves, their city, their state, and ultimately their country. This can be used in a variety of ways to support students micro and macro understandings. Applications include citizenship and responsibilities, geography, laws, people, and ultimately the world that we live in. Have fun!
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