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Over 2000 primary school resources including assemblies, games, activities, presentations and more! All resources have been tried and tested and most cost less than a cup of coffee. Thank you for visiting.
Food Chains
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Food Chains

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Food Chains Great worksheet for discussion and pair work Activity Description: Displayed are a variety of animals that live in a WOODLAND or SEA habitat. Make as many food chains possible. Fully editable!
Reversible and Irreversible Changes - 2 PowerPoints
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Reversible and Irreversible Changes - 2 PowerPoints

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Attached are 2 PowerPoint presentations about Reversible and Irreversible Changes. SLIDE SHOW 1: This 29-slide PowerPoint covers the following: Introduction Irreversible changes Reversible changes Dissolving Separating mixtures Experiments to TRY (with answers) Reversible or Irreversible SLIDE SHOW 2: This 11-slide PowerPoint presentation focuses on TESTING reversible and irreversible materials (adapted from Slide Show 1).
Food Pyramid
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Food Pyramid

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Food Pyramid 2 attachments: A blank food pyramid (for students to complete) A complete food pyramid (for reference) Fully editable.
Food Around The World
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Food Around The World

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Topic: Food Around the World PowerPoint presentation: 8 slides exploring food eaten around the world and reasons why. . **Activity Worksheet: ** . 10 different foods from around the world Can your student’s explain where the food originates from? Good research-based (ICT) activity. Fully editable. Suitable for 7 - 11 years.
Science Investigation - Testing the Strength of PAPER
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Science Investigation - Testing the Strength of PAPER

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This science investigation requires the children to test the strength of 4 different types of paper including: Plain paper Newspaper Paper towel Toilet paper You will need to prepare the 4 different types of paper and cut them into thin strips of equal length (10cm long 0.5cm wide). ’ Get the children  to stick each type of paper onto the edge of their table and keep adding 10g weights (using a hook mass) until the paper snaps. Good luck!
DT - Pneumatics Project
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DT - Pneumatics Project

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DT - Pneumatics Project Everything you need to teach a FANTASTIC Pneumatics project with your class! Preparation: All you need is some syringes (you can use the same syringes used for Calpol) or larger ones from the chemist AND some plastic tubing (to connect the syringes). The rest of the equipment can be brought in by the students. Attached: Slide show Unit of Work Letter home requesting materials Pneumatic toy design worksheet Fully editable
Conductors and Insulators Activity Pack
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Conductors and Insulators Activity Pack

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Attached is a 7-page activity booklet related to thermal conductors and thermal insulators. Includes: Thermal conductors worksheet Thermal insulators worksheet Temperature worksheet Assessment sheet (out of 10) Science Investigation record sheet - Which material is the best thermal insulator?
Parts of a Flower - PowerPoint
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Parts of a Flower - PowerPoint

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Subject: Science Topic: Plants 15 slides Ideal for 5 to 11 years This presentation covers the main parts and functions of a plant AND the male and female parts of a flower Fully editable
Teeth and Eating - 40-Slide PowerPoint
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Teeth and Eating - 40-Slide PowerPoint

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Teeth and Eating - FANTASTIC PowerPoint! A great 40-slide 'Teeth and Eating’ PowerPoint presentation that teaches: Food groups A balanced diet Teeth Tooth decay Looking after teeth Lots of integrated activities ( just print off the appropriate slides). The activities are great for assessing and reviewing learning. Ideal for Key Stage 2 (or upper KS1). Fully editable.
Food - Different Types of Bread
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Food - Different Types of Bread

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Food - Different Types of Bread Look at the different types of bread, cut each one out and label.Then discuss with a friend what each type of bread might be used for. Fully editable!
Teeth - PowerPoint
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Teeth - PowerPoint

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Teeth - PowerPoint A fantastic presentation about TEETH! 27 slides. Integrated activities to review and assess learning Lots of information about teeth, their functions, bacteria, tooth decay and caring for your teeth. Fully editable. You won’t be disappointed!
Forces & Friction PowerPoint - 34 slides
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Forces & Friction PowerPoint - 34 slides

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A fantastic PowerPoint to use when teaching Forces and Friction. Fully animated and science investigations included! Contents of PowerPoint: What are Forces? Different Forces Measuring Forces Friction Investigation Gravity Weight and Mass Upthrust Air Resistance Investigation
Forces - Magnets and Springs PowerPoint - 26 slides
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Forces - Magnets and Springs PowerPoint - 26 slides

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This PowerPoint teaches forces, including attraction and repulsion between magnets, compression and stretching of springs and stretching of elastic bands. The children will learn that these forces have direction and can vary in size. They will also learn which materials are attracted to magnets. All science investigations and record sheets provided. Just print off the relevant slides. 26 slides
Electrical Words Activities - Circuits
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Electrical Words Activities - Circuits

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Electrical Words Activities - Circuits & Conductors 2 circuit-based activities: Worksheet 1: CUT OUT AND MATCH: Cut out and match the words on the left with their meanings on the right. Next to each matching pair, draw the correct electrical symbol or a picture. Worksheet 2: CIRCUIT SYMBOLS: Write the name of each electrical component next to its symbol. Fully editable!