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Celebrities as kids QUIZ

Celebrities as kids QUIZ

A really fun activity the students love! On PowerPoints there are pictures of celebs...........as kids. The students have to work out who the are. Gets a great debate going! All answers included.
SteveNoyce1
Learning MFL with epals, penpals on Skolinks

Learning MFL with epals, penpals on Skolinks

Skolinks.com is a 100% free site with a secure environment and easy to use, for teachers who want to connect with classrooms around the world. Youth can find their own correspondants while teachers can find a safe and friendly environment for creating classroom partnerships. Correspondance wets the appetite for reading, writing, discovering and exchanging information with other people. It also allows you to open yourself up to others and to a different world and helps you get a better understanding of others, thus allowing acceptance of differences in perspective. Moreover, whether its as an individual or as a class, it creates an efficient and fun way to learn another language by providing an authentic context for communication. Skolinks is a projet of a french non-profit association.
nicolasrochas
Review Game for Any Subject - Zoo Theme

Review Game for Any Subject - Zoo Theme

This engaging zoo themed board game is perfect for sight word practice, addition practice, multiplication review, math facts, phonics, test prep, and vocabulary. It makes a fun party game too. This is great review game to use with science lessons and zoo field trips. It can be played with any set of flashcards, task cards, or word cards. Increase retention by having students create their own review cards for any subject. It allows you to customize learning to your students’ academic needs and interests, all while making it fun. This is great as a tutoring activity, learning center, or small group activity and makes a great file folder game. It can be individualized for any level making it perfect for special education, homeschool, and ELL. Included: Instructions Game Board Game Pieces Blank Cards to Customize
Tammys-Toolbox
Learn Field Dressing a Deer

Learn Field Dressing a Deer

It's not a fun job, but it has to be done - field dressing a deer isn't pretty. According to the Hunting Gear (https://dayoutgear.com/) website, It is the important hunting technique. But the freshness of your meat depends on the quick butchering of your kill, and it'll cut down on how much weight you have to drag back to your camp. Besides, if you're going to kill and eat an animal, you should be able to break it down, too. It doesn't take a lot of time to field dress a deer - about 10 minutes, once you know what you're doing - but it does take a strong stomach and a very sharp knife. Before you do anything else, if you're hunting in an area that requires tags, immediately tag your deer before dressing it. The tag has to remain with the deer at all times, otherwise, you could be fined a hefty fee and have your deer confiscated. Field Dressing a Deer Properly First, carefully cut a circle around the anus so it can be removed from the inside of the animal - if you want to be extra careful, you can tie it off with a string to avoid contamination of your meat later. If it's a buck, remove and discard the testicles, and cut a circle around the penis so it can be removed from the inside, in the same fashion as the anus. How to Learn The Technique Cut the diaphragm free - the thing sheet of muscle separating the stomach area from the chest cavity. Let gravity help you roll the deer to its side, then gently nudge the organs out of the body cavity. You may have to tug a little, but they should come out fairly easily. Just be very, very careful handling the bladder - you'll need to reach up into the pelvis and pinch it shut while you cut it free. If urine leaks onto the meat, clean it off with a little clean water. Clean out any debris remaining in the cavity, including any stomach contents or other substances. Set the heart and liver aside, preferably in a cloth bag, if you or a friend use them. Then clean yourself off, take a short rest, and haul your prize back to camp. It's not the most pleasant part of hunting, but a necessary skill - knowing how to field dress a deer will save you having to carry as much weight and ensure that your meat stays fresh. Resource https://dayoutgear.com/deer-hunting-tips-tricks/ https://huntfish.mdc.mo.gov/hunting-trapping/species/deer/deer-getting-started/field-dressing-your-deer
lisastein_hm
End of term picture quiz

End of term picture quiz

New for 2017. Picture quiz that includes a variety of topics. Answers included: - Celebrities Plants/herbs Flags Logos Animals Film/TV
chrdol72
The BEST Christmas Quiz Ever!!!!!!

The BEST Christmas Quiz Ever!!!!!!

Fantastic Xmas Quiz! All questions, answers, images and music provided. The quiz has the following rounds: General Knowledge, Live Lounge (music provided), Xmas Round, Celeb photos, Movie songs (music provided), Movie round. The students absolutely love it!!!
SteveNoyce1
12 Elements of Character Education

12 Elements of Character Education

Character Education is the new thing, but it is not new! Developed over three years in pre-school, primary and secondary schools, colleges and Universities, in the UK and overseas, this set of tried and tested resources identifies 12 Elements of Character Education and includes key words, exercises for the student, classmates, teachers and family to engage with and enjoy.
msterry21
Movember Assembly

Movember Assembly

The Movember Foundation assembly in support for research into tackling prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health conditions in men. A 10 slide (5-10 min) assembly on the foundation and its cause. Suitable for all ages.
MissCResources
Black History Month Assembly

Black History Month Assembly

A 24 slide (15-20 minute) assembly on Black History Month, focusing on faces such as Akala, Bessie Coleman, Bayard Rustin and Phillis Wheatley as well as more generally how Black History Month is celebrated. With open discussion points and engaging facts, this is an easily adaptable assembly for KS3-KS5. Also suitable for form-time!
MissCResources
Rules for children / reminders for adults in Forest School

Rules for children / reminders for adults in Forest School

A simple list of rules to remind children about when playing in our woodland, it is also a check list for adults to ensure children's safety in the woodland. We remind children about these every time we enter the woods so they do it without even realising.
CBGB