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Behaviour Chart

Behaviour Chart

This is a simple behaviour chart with each day broken down into 8 sections. I will use it by drawing a smiley face on the chart and giving the child a little sticker for each smiley face. Hope it helps!!
giraffe77
D.T Food Resources

D.T Food Resources

This is a pdf file from the Institute of Food Science and Technology. It contains loads of resources and weblinks for teaching nutrition, D.T, food preparation, science and so on.
cherriness
Year 1/2 Citizenship Homework Worksheets

Year 1/2 Citizenship Homework Worksheets

KS1 Citizenship homework worksheets: Here is a set of homework sheets I have created for my Year 1/2 class. Topics include recycling, helping others, drawing pics of house, collecting autumn leaves. Other topics covered: Making choices; Taking part in our school community; Living in a diverse world.
saffron74
Change the world cards

Change the world cards

A set of inspirational cards to motivate children into changing little things such as switch your TV off at the mains or bake something for a friend have more meals together Focus on one each week with your class and see how enthusiastic children can be about improving the world not only environmentally, but socially. These cards are based on a book called change the world for a fiver - see www.wearewhatwedo.org I’ve used it a lot!
MissRoskell
Peg and Draw Lables with Individual Pictures for 36 children up dated Aug 9th 2007

Peg and Draw Lables with Individual Pictures for 36 children up dated Aug 9th 2007

Here are some pegs and drawer lables that I made for my class last year. The pictures are animal cartoon like pictures and there is more than enough for a class of 30 plus new pictures for some extra children that might join throughout the year. There are also drawer labels to match so that children can recognise their peg and drawer whilst learning to recognise their name. Hope you enjoy
welshy
Pound a Poem

Pound a Poem

Pound a Poem is a simple, educational and inspiring poetry competition about healthy eating, literacy and citizenship, for children aged seven to eleven, in school years three to six. We are asking for every child to write a poem about fruit and vegetables and pay £1 to enter their poem into the competition. All of the money raised will go to Cancer Research UK and will fund research into the cancers that affect children. Pound a Poem has worked very hard with teachers right from the start of the project to ensure that the event fits in with school life without any additional hassle! We appreciate how busy school life can be and want this project to add to your already creative approach to teaching. Pound a Poem links in perfectly with the Every Child Matters Agenda, giving children the power to make a difference as citizens across the UK. Our website www.poundapoem.co.uk is packed full of information to help you set up Pound a Poem in your school. In particular we have put together some helpful guidance notes for teachers, detailed lesson plans, and a topic web to help kick-start your Pound a Poem activities. We really hope you enjoy bringing Pound a Poem into your school. We hope that you will find that Pound a Poem is an easy, effective, educational tool that helps your children start thinking about fruits and vegetables in a new light, and that they will realise that by paying their £1 to enter the competition, they will be helping children just like themselves, but who have sadly been diagnosed with cancer.
PotatoPoet
Save the Children Daouda photograph-activities

Save the Children Daouda photograph-activities

Using photographs can help children both to understand others lives and to develop skills of observation, prediction and hypothesis. This activity uses photographs of Daouda, a young boy from Burkina Faso in West Africa, and his family, and a first-hand interview with Daouda. The story of his daily life can be read or told to pupils, who can then go on th the photgraph-based activities that link his life to their own.
Save the Children
TES Friday Magazine behaviour resources: racial abuse

TES Friday Magazine behaviour resources: racial abuse

PDF of an article originally published in TES Friday magazine outlining various ways schools have tackled the issue of racial abuse in schools. Includes expert advice from headteacher Mike Kent, local authority adviser Liz Henning and psychiatrist Raj Persaud.
TES_Community
GoGivers

GoGivers

A new website for primary children and teachers full of brilliant ideas and resources for teaching citizenship.
carol