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How to make a mermaid tail for doll craft project

How to make a mermaid tail for doll craft project

Inspire creativity with arts and crafts for learners of all ages This mermaid tail can be glued or sewed - in our download pdf we suggest sewing and gluing The instructions come from our craft pack and we have included a mermaid tail template in the download Use the resources we suggest or get additional resources from home or at hand to decorate.
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A years worth of Assemblies

A years worth of Assemblies

Have your whole years assemblies ready to go....no more stressing over every half term. Appropriate for year 2 -y 6.
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'How Does Ernie Feel?'- Comprehension & writing

'How Does Ernie Feel?'- Comprehension & writing

**English literacy lesson on comprehension, understanding and interpreting the characters emotions, and communicating through writing. ** Using a chapter from the book explore how Ernie felt when his family chooses not to believe in his dreams and his family ridicules him. The worksheet looks at questions such as; How you think Ernie may have felt when his brothers laughed at him? How do you think Ernie felt to know his family were not supporting him? What do you think Ernie hoped would happen when he told his family? Was his family disbelief in his dreams another factor in him leaving home? And encourages writing activities on these questions. Can be used in preparation for the lesson ‘Ernie’s Letter Home’ in which pupils write a letter home to persuade family to believe in his dream and come with him. See other resource for this lesson. Includes chapter from the book, teachers notes, worksheet for pupils and cover image over presentation. All text copyright Beth Shepherd. Images by Lisa Buckridge.
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Being Determined - lesson & worksheet

Being Determined - lesson & worksheet

**Exploring what we know about being determined through sharing of previous experiences and reflecting on strategies used. ** As adults we know too well the importance of being determined towards a goal, and that its only a determined attitude that will keep us going when we hit a tough point in our journey. Teach kids this great life lesson, whilst developing sentence structure, self reflection and use of words to express emotion, through 3 main questions: 1- have you ever been determined to achieve a goal? 2- what strategies did you use to achieve it? 3- what did it feel like when you achieved it? Invite children to discuss these questions and to share their strategies and experiences with the group. Worksheet on being determined. For key stage 2. Based on the book Ernie Gonzales: The Determined Dreamer. Download includes printable worksheet. Copyright Beth Shepherd.
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The Easter Story - Retell the Story Picture Cards

The Easter Story - Retell the Story Picture Cards

Picture cards for retelling the Easter Story. Excellent for assisting children with communication and language skills and for use as a prompt for writing. A great resource for Talk for Writing lessons. Provided in different sizes: 2 per page, 4 per page and 8 per page. Suitable for Early Years and Key Stage 1. Use alongside the Easter Story PowerPoint The Easter Story PowerPoint - simple version The Easter Story PowerPoint - more detailed version Other <strong><i>Fairydoesit!</i></strong> Easter resources available. The Easter Story Colouring Sheets Tell Me a Story - Story Maps for the Easter Story The Easter Story Writing Sheets The Easter Story Writing Booklets <b><i>Check out more resources at</i></b> Fairy does it! Teaching Resources
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The UK Scheme of Work- KS3 Geography

The UK Scheme of Work- KS3 Geography

This bundle is for KS3 Geography focusing on the UK as a case study. This two-term topic on the United Kingdom has 21 1 hour lessons as well as a end of unit test. The scheme of work is made for year 7 students but can be used for year 8. The bundles comes with PowerPoints all with differentiated learning objectives, starter and plenary activities as well as tasks and work sheets. Exam questions have been embedded to some lessons. All lessons are relevant, modern with brand-new resources that are fun and interactive for KS3 Geography. Also comes with scheme of work in detail with step by step instructions for each lesson.
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About the UK- KS3 Geography (L2-L3)

About the UK- KS3 Geography (L2-L3)

This PowerPoint is part of a bundle for a two-term topic on the United Kingdom. The scheme of work is made for year 7 students. The bundles comes with PowerPoints all with differentiated learning objectives, starter and plenary activities as well as tasks and work sheets. Exam questions have been embedded to some lessons. All lessons are relevant, modern with brand-new resources that are fun and interactive for KS3 Geography. This lesson is titled ‘Your Island Home’. Students are to use the Geog 1 textbooks on page 138 to plot the mountainous/high areas of the UK as well as major rivers. A table is given with all key places to include and maps include the outlines of rivers and mountains. Students also have a worksheet focusing on what makes the UK where students use map work to plot all countries, capitals, oceans/seas. A starter activity looking at 10 places around the UK and a twitter based plenary to finish.
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Passover - 3 lesson plans and resources  - KS2

Passover - 3 lesson plans and resources - KS2

This is a set of three lesson plans and resources to teach children about the Jewish holiday of Passover. It is suitable for ages 7 - 11. There is also a PowerPoint presentation to accompany the lessons which includes a topic introduction, the Passover story and details of how Jewish people celebrate Passover today. Lesson 1 teaches children about the story of Passover and includes a drama activity and a literacy task. Lesson 2 covers the theme of freedom in the Passover story and includes a drama activity and a poem writing task. Lesson 3 teaches children about Passover celebrations today and includes an art and a literacy activity. Each lesson starts with an introductory session and finishes with a plenary session. The plan includes three differentiated levels of objectives. In 2018 Passover starts on 30 March but these lessons could be taught at any time of the year. All necessary resources are included. No further preparation required.
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The UK Geography - Introduction (L1) KS3 Geography

The UK Geography - Introduction (L1) KS3 Geography

This PowerPoint is part of a bundle for a two-term topic on the United Kingdom. The scheme of work is made for year 7 students. The bundles comes with PowerPoints all with differentiated learning objectives, starter and plenary activities as well as tasks and work sheets. Exam questions have been embedded to some lessons. All lessons are relevant, modern with brand-new resources that are fun and interactive for KS3 Geography. This lesson is an introduction to the United Kingdom and looks at the geography of the UK, what stereotypes are and what it meand to be British. This lesson focuses on making a title page using a wordle about ‘what makes Britain great’. Can also be used for PSHE activities.
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Five Freedoms for Animals Class Poster

Five Freedoms for Animals Class Poster

The five freedoms, sometimes known as Brambell’s five freedoms, are a compact of rights for animals under human control. The five freedoms were originally developed from a UK Government report on livestock husbandry in 1965. The five freedoms are used as the basis for the actions of professional groups, including vets, and have been adopted by representative groups internationally including the World Organisation for Animal Health. What are the Five Freedoms for Animals? Freedom from hunger or thirst by ready access to fresh water and a diet to maintain full health and vigour Freedom from discomfort by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area Freedom from pain, injury or disease by prevention or rapid diagnosis and treatment Freedom to express normal behaviour by providing sufficient space, proper facilities and company of the animal’s own kind Freedom from fear and distress by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering
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Native Australian Birds: Field Survey Lesson

Native Australian Birds: Field Survey Lesson

This downloadable lesson plan and worksheet helps students to identify native birds in the school environment by conducting a field survey. Students look at the threats to local bird species, as well as the requirements they need to live happily in urban environments. Year Level: Year 7 | Duration: 50-75 minutes | Topic: Native Australian Birds Subject Area: Science with sustainability as a cross curricular priority. ACARA National Curriculum Links: ACSSU112 – Interactions between organisms can be described in terms of food chains and food webs; human activity can affect these interactions ACSIS125 – Collaboratively and individually plan and conduct a range of investigation types, including fieldwork and experiments, ensuring safety and ethical guidelines are followed
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Meatless Mondays School Kit

Meatless Mondays School Kit

Meatless Mondays are a fun and easy way for green-conscious schools to reduce their carbon and water footprint, encourage healthy eating, and empower students to make informed food choices. This kit contains colourful and well laid out resources to help you launch a Meatless Mondays initiative in your school. KIT CONTAINS: poster, information sheet, 2-part activity sheets Canteen tips available on the ThinkKind website, search ‘Meatless Mondays’. Did you know it takes 2,393 litres of water to make just one hamburger, and 15,415 litres to make one steak? Animal agriculture requires a huge amount of land, food, energy, and water. The WorldWatch Institute estimates that a staggering 51 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions are caused by animal agriculture, and the United Nations has also urged everyone to eat less meat to combat global warming. For green conscious schools who invest a lot of time and effort into teaching students to use less electricity, walk to school instead of driving, and take shorter showers (all great initiatives), this information may come as a surprise. The impact that raising livestock has on the environment is not as widely known as other factors, such as transportation and burning fossil fuels. If your school is serious about treading lightly on the planet, teaching students about the importance of eating less meat is vital.
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