Assembly:  Abundance (Values)

Assembly: Abundance (Values)

A values-based resource for Assembly, Tutor-time, PSHE/Citizenship. Would be most suitable for Key Stage 1-3. Includes a colourful, engaging PowerPoint and delivery notes (in Notes Section). The resource is editable, should you wish to change it for the needs of a particular audience. Focuses on: the telling of the story of one boy who spends time with another family and learns the true meaning of ‘Abundance’ the meaning of abundance and what the two families (from the story) have in abundance a clip from an advert about thinking differently, used to ask students to consider thinking differently about what they have in abundance asks students to consider what they have in abundance and how they show it.
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@AllRoundRes BACK TO SCHOOL ACTIVITY! Skit-tell-us!

@AllRoundRes BACK TO SCHOOL ACTIVITY! Skit-tell-us!

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don’t really bother) - I do really value your feedback ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** I created this resource, as part of the ‘Back To School Activities 2018’. This resource is designed to allow students to show what trey got up to during summer and let you and fellow students get to know them, taking the idea of This Is Me from the Greatest Showman! Guarenteed to get student enagaged and excited to start the new school year… TOPTIP - Play the Greatest Showman Soundtrack in the background of student completing this activity. A great way to start the day and get back into the rhythm of classwork. Students are to complete a Skit-tell-us card. But first you need a pack of Skittles and students are to pick 3 different colours and then answer the question as shown on the first slide. They should do this in the box on their sheet, use as much colour as possible, then they can eat their Skittles. Once students have completed them you can they display them in your classroom… Then you can show us your design and students work via our social media - make sure you tag us (@AllRoundRes) and use our hashtag (#GetYourLearnOn) HAPPY BACK TO SCHOOL CREATING! Includes instructions slides; What students need to do and what each colur means. As well as a sheet with indviducal Skit-tell-us cards. If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help!
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Sam's First Day Back Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam's First Day Back Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Interactive Storybook Early Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger learners or pupils with SEN. In this story, Sam is worried about starting a new year at school because his best friend has moved away. On his first day back, he meets a new boy and soon discovers that they share a common interest. This story promotes discussion on friendship and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam's First Day Back Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam's First Day Back Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Storybook Independent Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Sam’s First Day Back’. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Sam is worried about starting a new year at school because his best friend has moved away. On his first day back, he meets a new boy and soon discovers that they share a common interest. This story promotes discussion on friendship and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam's First Day Back Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam's First Day Back Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Interactive Storybook Independent Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Sam is worried about starting a new year at school because his best friend has moved away. On his first day back, he meets a new boy and soon discovers that they share a common interest. This story promotes discussion on friendship and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam's First Day Back Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

Sam's First Day Back Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Picture Bank This resource contains an image bank of pictures around the theme of making friends, which align to the storybook resources of ‘Sam’s First Day Back’. These images can be edited as required and printed off for in-class activities.
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Sam and Ella's Grandma Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam and Ella's Grandma Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Storybook Early Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Sam and Ella’s Grandma’. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger students or pupils with SEN. In this story, Sam and Ella’s grandma lives alone. When Sam and Ella’s family go away on holiday, Grandma offers to look after their cat and soon realises that she may like some company at home herself. This story promotes discussion on family relationships and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam's First Day Back Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam's First Day Back Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Storybook Early Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Sam’s First Day Back’. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger students or pupils with SEN. In this story, Sam is worried about starting a new year at school because his best friend has moved away. On his first day back, he meets a new boy and soon discovers that they share a common interest. This story promotes discussion on friendship and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam and Ella's Grandma Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

Sam and Ella's Grandma Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Picture Bank This resource contains an image bank of pictures around the theme of family relationships, which align to the storybook resources of ‘Sam and Ella’s Grandma’. These images can be edited as required and printed off for in-class activities.
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Sam and Ella's Grandma Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam and Ella's Grandma Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Interactive Storybook Early Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger learners or pupils with SEN. In this story, Sam and Ella’s grandma lives alone. When Sam and Ella’s family go away on holiday, Grandma offers to look after their cat and soon realises that she may like some company at home herself. This story promotes discussion on family relationships and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Leon's Bad Day Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Leon's Bad Day Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Storybook Early Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Leon’s Bad Day’. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger students or pupils with SEN. In this story, Leon stays up late one night, and the next day does not go well for him, culminating in an argument with his friend at school. His teacher helps him to reflect on the series of choices and decisions that led him to this situation. This story promotes discussion on feelings and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam and Ella's Grandma Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam and Ella's Grandma Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Interactive Storybook Independent Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Sam and Ella’s grandma lives alone. When Sam and Ella’s family go away on holiday, Grandma offers to look after their cat and soon realises that she may like some company at home herself. This story promotes discussion on family relationships and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Leon's Bad Day Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Leon's Bad Day Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Storybook Independent Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Leon’s Bad Day’. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Leon stays up late one night, and the next day does not go well for him, culminating in an argument with his friend at school. His teacher helps him to reflect on the series of choices and decisions that led him to this situation. This story promotes discussion on feelings and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam and Ella's Grandma Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam and Ella's Grandma Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Storybook Independent Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Sam and Ella’s Grandma’. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Sam and Ella’s grandma lives alone. When Sam and Ella’s family go away on holiday, Grandma offers to look after their cat and soon realises that she may like some company at home herself. This story promotes discussion on family relationships and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam Goes Swimming Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam Goes Swimming Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Interactive Storybook Independent Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Mum takes Ella and Sam swimming. Whilst practising his underwater swimming skills, Sam finds a gold ring at the bottom of the pool. The choices Sam makes result in a reward for himself and an unexpected gift for Ella. This story promotes discussion on healthy lifestyles and kind behaviour, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Leon's Bad Day Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Leon's Bad Day Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Interactive Storybook Independent Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Leon stays up late one night, and the next day does not go well for him, culminating in an argument with his friend at school. His teacher helps him to reflect on the series of choices and decisions that led him to this situation. This story promotes discussion on feelings, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Leon's Bad Day Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Leon's Bad Day Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Interactive Storybook Early Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger learners or pupils with SEN. In this story, Leon stays up late one night, and the next day does not go well for him, culminating in an argument with his friend at school. His teacher helps him to reflect on the series of choices and decisions that led him to this situation. This story promotes discussion on feelings and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Leon's Bad Day Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

Leon's Bad Day Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Relationships - Picture Bank This resource contains an image bank of pictures around the theme of friendship and managing feelings, which align to the storybook resources of ‘Leon’s Bad Day’. These images can be edited as required and printed off for in-class activities.
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Sam Goes Swimming Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam Goes Swimming Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Storybook Early Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Sam Goes Swimming’. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger students or pupils with SEN. In this story, Mum takes Ella and Sam swimming. Whilst practising his underwater swimming skills, Sam finds a gold ring at the bottom of the pool. The choices Sam makes result in a reward for himself and an unexpected gift for Ella. This story promotes discussion on healthy lifestyles and kind behaviour, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam Goes Swimming Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam Goes Swimming Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Interactive Storybook Early Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger learners or pupils with SEN. In this story, Mum takes Ella and Sam swimming. Whilst practising his underwater swimming skills, Sam finds a gold ring at the bottom of the pool. The choices Sam makes result in a reward for himself and an unexpected gift for Ella. This story promotes discussion on healthy lifestyles and kind behaviour, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Sam Goes Swimming Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

Sam Goes Swimming Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Picture Bank This resource contains an image bank of pictures around the theme of kindness, which align to the storybook resources of ‘Sam Goes Swimming’. These images can be edited as required and printed off for in-class activities.
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Sam Goes Swimming Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Sam Goes Swimming Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Storybook Independent Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Sam Goes Swimming’. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Mum takes Ella and Sam swimming. Whilst practising his underwater swimming skills, Sam finds a gold ring at the bottom of the pool. The choices Sam makes result in a reward for himself and an unexpected gift for Ella. This story promotes discussion on healthy lifestyles and kind behaviour, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Ella's School Trip Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Ella's School Trip Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Storybook Early Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Ella’s School Trip’. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger students or pupils with SEN. In this story, Ella is excited, but a little nervous, about going on a school trip to the aquarium. She enjoys looking at the sea creatures but, later, she gets lost. Luckily, she remembers her teacher’s advice on how to find help. This story promotes discussion on managing feelings and who to speak to when worried, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Ella's School Trip Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Ella's School Trip Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Interactive Storybook Early Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger learners or pupils with SEN. In this story, Ella is excited, but a little nervous, about going on a school trip to the aquarium. She enjoys looking at the sea creatures but, later, she gets lost. Luckily, she remembers her teacher’s advice on how to find help. This story promotes discussion on managing feelings and who to speak to when worried, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Ella's School Trip Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

Ella's School Trip Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Picture Bank This resource contains an image bank of pictures around the theme of managing feelings and who to speak to when worried, which align to the storybook resources of ‘Ella’s School Trip’. These images can be edited as required and printed off for in-class activities.
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Ella's School Trip Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Ella's School Trip Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Storybook Independent Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘Ella’s School Trip’. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Ella is excited, but a little nervous, about going on a school trip to the aquarium. She enjoys looking at the sea creatures but, later, she gets lost. Luckily, she remembers her teacher’s advice on how to find help. This story promotes discussion on managing feelings and who to speak to when worried, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Ella's School Trip Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

Ella's School Trip Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Living in the Wider World - Interactive Storybook Independent Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Ella is excited, but a little nervous, about going on a school trip to the aquarium. She enjoys looking at the sea creatures but, later, she gets lost. Luckily, she remembers her teacher’s advice on how to find help. This story promotes discussion on managing feelings and who to speak to when worried, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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At the Park Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

At the Park Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Health and Wellbeing - Interactive Storybook Independent Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Dad takes Ella and Sam to the park with their bikes. Sam longs to ride his bike as well as his older sister, but he lacks confidence. With his dad’s help, and much effort and perseverance, Sam begins to succeed. This story promotes discussion on confidence and learning new things, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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At the Park Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

At the Park Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Health and Wellbeing - Interactive Storybook Early Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger learners or pupils with SEN. In this story, Dad takes Ella and Sam to the park with their bikes. Sam longs to ride his bike as well as his older sister, but he lacks confidence. With his dad’s help, and much effort and perseverance, Sam begins to succeed. This story promotes discussion on confidence when learning new things and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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At the Park Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

At the Park Picture Bank - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Health and Wellbeing - Picture Bank This resource contains an image bank of pictures around the theme of confidence, which align to the storybook resources of ‘At the Park’. These images can be edited as required and printed off for in-class activities.
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At the Park Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

At the Park Storybook - Early Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Health and Wellbeing - Storybook Early Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘At the Park’. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger students or pupils with SEN. In this story, Dad takes Ella and Sam to the park with their bikes. Sam longs to ride his bike as well as his older sister, but he lacks confidence. With his dad’s help, and much effort and perseverance, Sam begins to succeed. This story promotes discussion on confidence and learning new things, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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At the Park Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

At the Park Storybook - Independent Reader Level - PSHE KS1

KS1 PSHE - Health and Wellbeing - Storybook Independent Reader Level This resource contains text and images for the story of ‘At the Park’. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Dad takes Ella and Sam to the park with their bikes. Sam longs to ride his bike as well as his older sister, but he lacks confidence. With his dad’s help, and much effort and perseverance, Sam begins to succeed. This story promotes discussion on confidence and learning new things, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Bonfire Night Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - Bonfire Night KS1

Bonfire Night Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level - Bonfire Night KS1

KS1 Bonfire Night - Interactive Storybook - Independent Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Sam, Ella and Josh are excited to be going to a firework display, but they know that they have to follow some rules to stay safe. When Sam and Ella return home, their cat seems to be missing, and they become increasingly worried as they search for her. This story promotes discussion around firework safety, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Bonfire Night Storybook - Early Reader Level - Bonfire Night KS1

Bonfire Night Storybook - Early Reader Level - Bonfire Night KS1

KS1 Bonfire Night Storybook - Early Reader Level This resource contains text and images for a story about Bonfire Night. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger students or pupils with SEN. In this story, Sam, Ella and Josh are excited to be going to a firework display, but they know that they have to follow some rules to stay safe. When Sam and Ella return home, their cat seems to be missing, and they become increasingly worried as they search for her. This story promotes discussion around firework safety, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Bonfire Night Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - Bonfire Night KS1

Bonfire Night Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level - Bonfire Night KS1

KS1 Bonfire Night - Interactive Storybook - Early Reader Level This interactive storybook has audio and prompts for discussion which encourage pupils to reflect on the actions of the story and characters, as well as their own experiences and feelings. This version is suitable for early reader level, ideal for younger learners or pupils with SEN. In this story, Sam, Ella and Josh are excited to be going to a firework display, but they know that they have to follow some rules to stay safe. When Sam and Ella return home, their cat seems to be missing, and they become increasingly worried as they search for her. This story promotes discussion around firework safety and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Bonfire Night Storybook - Independent Reader Level - Bonfire Night KS1

Bonfire Night Storybook - Independent Reader Level - Bonfire Night KS1

KS1 Bonfire Night Storybook - Independent Reader Level This resource contains text and images for a story about Bonfire Night. This version is suitable for independent reader level. In this story, Sam, Ella and Josh are excited to be going to a firework display, but they know that they have to follow some rules to stay safe. When Sam and Ella return home, their cat seems to be missing, and they become increasingly worried as they search for her. This story promotes discussion around firework safety, and is useful as an engaging starting point.
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Bonfire Night Picture Bank - Bonfire Night KS1

Bonfire Night Picture Bank - Bonfire Night KS1

KS1 Bonfire Night - Picture Bank This resource contains an image bank of pictures around the theme of firework safety, which align to the Tes elements story ‘Bonfire Night’ (available in Tes Elements). These images can be edited as required and printed off for in-class activities.
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Naming of the Year Sequence and Retell - Interactive Activity - Chinese New Year KS1

Naming of the Year Sequence and Retell - Interactive Activity - Chinese New Year KS1

KS1 Chinese New Year Sequence and Retell Interactive Activity Arrange the scenes from the naming of the Chinese New Year in order. Drag the scenes onto the timeline and play back to check the order. Click the pencil to move to the second screen where pupils have the option of rewriting the text for each scene in their own words. You can print this off with blank spaces so pupils can write away from the screen. This is a great resource for assessing pupils’ understanding and comprehension of the story.
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Naming of the Years Sequence and Retell Worksheet - Chinese New Year KS1

Naming of the Years Sequence and Retell Worksheet - Chinese New Year KS1

KS1 Chinese New Year - Naming of the Years Sequence and Retell This resource contains illustrated images and captions for the story of the ‘Naming of the Years’ about the Chinese Zodiac. These scenes can be cut out and used as a group activity to sequence them into a story. Pupils can then be challenged to retell the story in their own words, either verbally or by writing underneath each image.
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Animal Story Spinner - Literacy KS1/KS1

Animal Story Spinner - Literacy KS1/KS1

KS1/KS1 Literacy - Animal Story Spinner This interactive tool provides a fun way of generating the basis of a story by working in small groups. Ask each group to spin the story spinner to generate and anima and two characteristics for that animal. Give groups some time to discuss their ideas and work out how the story might unfold. Then, task pupils with writing out the story individually.
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Planning Animal Characters Worksheet - Literacy KS1

Planning Animal Characters Worksheet - Literacy KS1

KS1 Literacy - Planning Animal Characters Worksheet This worksheet helps pupils to create characteristics for their animal characters. Pupils select from a list of animals and characteristics to create sentences that describe what the animal is like. This can be extended by asking pupils to write a short story about their animal character.
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