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Consumption: Need or Want?

Consumption: Need or Want?

Students will think about what they encounter and consume in their day-to-day lives, and think about those things in terms of whether they fulfill a ‘need’ or a ‘want’. Students create a list of consumables and categorise them as needs or wants, then make a list of their own needs and wants.
TheTeachersFriend
A lesson in Cryptocurrency

A lesson in Cryptocurrency

A complete lesson in Cryptocurrency for beginners. From bartering with animals and grain to digital currency.... money has taken an incredible journey over time! The most recent phenomena in the world of finance is Cryptocurrency; but can it actually be considered as money? How does it work and what is all the hype? All these questions and more are tackled in this captivating lesson resource. Includes group and pair activities, printable slides for worksheets, and teacher notes (including timings). This lesson has been designed to last 90 minutes, but can easily be adapted to suit the teachers requirements.
abrooks
SDG 12 - Consumption, production and Sustainability

SDG 12 - Consumption, production and Sustainability

A resource for teachers, youth leaders and facilitators to address the issues around consumption and sustainable lifestyles. This booklet contains activities, statistics and information to explore the relationship between climate change and sustainability, the impact of single use plastics and the impact of our lifestyles of the lives of others around the world.
ConcernActiveCitizenship
KS1 Reading Comprehension Bundle - Inventors

KS1 Reading Comprehension Bundle - Inventors

A bundle of three comprehension booklets aimed at Year 2. - Differentiated three ways. - Based on the KS1 reading SATs paper. - Inventors theme. - Perfect for cross-curricular learning. Included in the bundle are: William Caxton (the printing press) Tim Berners-Lee (the World Wide Web) Inventors of materials (from the science curriculum) PDF file format and editable Microsoft Word format.
blossomingminds
The Three Little Pigs building site role play story pack

The Three Little Pigs building site role play story pack

A colourful role play pack to create a role play area of the 'Three Little Pigs Building Site' with pictures, signs, posters, forms to fill in etc Includes: Building site large sign Building site tools posters Construction site sign House design sheet House part posters Materials list Themed notes and messages sheets to photocopy Building supplies order form Building site safety ribbon Safety sign posters Warning sign posters
robbyn
Year 2 Reading Comprehension Mega-Bundle - Science

Year 2 Reading Comprehension Mega-Bundle - Science

***Fantastic Value*** A huge bundle of 17 non-fiction SATs style reading comprehensions for year 2. The bundle covers the entire Science curriculum for year 2, so is perfect for cross-curricular learning. Each comprehension booklet has three differentiated levels and includes answers. They are all based on the SATs reading papers from recent years. The following are included: Inventors of materials Materials and forces Properties of materials Plants Staying healthy Basic needs for survival How animals change as they grow Habitats Microhabitats The ocean The seashore Woodlands Rainforest animals Food chains Minibeasts Reptiles
blossomingminds
A-Z Musical Instruments Poster Pack Bundle

A-Z Musical Instruments Poster Pack Bundle

This super bundle of musical instruments contains 36 posters and four PowerPoint presentations from the popular A-Z Musical instruments Poster Pack. Along with the original 26 A-Z posters are ten more brass instruments from the expansion pack. A perfect way to spruce up the music room, use for classification and aural lessons or for visual identification of unusual instruments.
OzFlynx
Debate Lesson Plan - Begging should be banned

Debate Lesson Plan - Begging should be banned

This debate focused lesson contains a PDF giving you all you need to introduce the topic and set up a class debate. The first page has a debate topic as well as a summary of the topic - in this case begging. It provides a breakdown of key points and the major pros and cons of the topic. The second page has language to use in a debate. It is also categorised. The third page has group cards which can be cut and distributed to indicate to the students which team they are on, and therefore plan their side of the debate. The lesson should be suitable for CEF rated classes of B1 and above. Can be used for ESL or TEFL classes. These lessons are provided for free.
BalvinderKataora