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Label the parts of a plant

Label the parts of a plant

This label the plant activity includes 3 differentiation levels in the form of written labelling, a cut and paste word option and a cut and paste picture word option. I have included a colour and a black and white version. The build a plant also comes in two differentiated versions one with a template to follow and one without, also comes in colour and black and white versions. I think that it will compliment your science topic on plants and living things. This activity is suitable for your young learners and SEN pupils. The plant PowerPoint can displayed on your interactive board and the labels can be moved into position. Includes: 2x Label the parts of a plant colour and black and white writing activity 2x Label the parts of a plant cut and paste includes words and pictures, colour and black and white version. 2x Label the parts of a plant cut and paste words, colour and black and white versions. 2x Build a plant colour and black and white includes plant outline for children to follow. 2x Build a plant colour and black and white versions. Label the parts of a plant picture PowerPoint
janedonlan1
Honeycomb and Honey Bee Printing

Honeycomb and Honey Bee Printing

**Updated with new graphics In this resource, children will study the shape of honeycomb before designing, making and evaluating a honeycomb relief print. They will then research the anatomy of honeybees before designing, making, and evaluating a honey bee stamp to print over their honeycomb relief prints. A digital copy of the resource is available to editing and sharing on Google Classroom and Seesaw by following this link provided with download. You might also like: <a title="‘Pimp my Insect’ Explanation Text FREEBIE!" href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-pimp-my-insect-explanation-text-freebie-11617071”>‘Pimp my Insect’ Explanation Text FREEBIE!</a> <a title=“Colony Collapse Disorder - Persuasion Text” href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/colony-collapse-disorder-persuasion-text-11843200”>Colony Collapse Disorder - Persuasion Text</a> <a title=“Insect Study - Evolution & Inheritance” href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/insect-study-evolution-and-inheritance-11843218”>Insect Study - Evolution & Inheritance</a> <a title=“Insect Study - Adapted Insect Forms” href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/insect-study-adapted-insect-forms-11843240”>Insect Study - Adapted Insect Forms</a> <a title=“Honey Bee Study with Maths and Scratch” href=“https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/honey-bee-study-with-maths-and-scratch-11799912”>Honey Bee Study with Maths and Scratch</a>
erinbrasington
Growing Plants/Garden PowerPoint – KS1

Growing Plants/Garden PowerPoint – KS1

Use a unique PowerPoint as a fun way to introduce and teach simple facts about plants and vocabulary. Ideal for whole class teaching or set up as independent reading / researching ICT activities. In The garden - 24 slides Includes: what is a garden/ what is there in a garden; what is a plant; parts of a plant; parts of a tree; what plants need (soil, water, sun); how insects help (pollen); why minibeasts are a threat and where to find them; what a gardener does; garden tools for different purposes; how to plant (simple instructions); what is compost for and made of; how to make compost; useful words (dictionary) The PowerPoint has been created with animation & sounds – create a file and ensure that you save ALL PPPs and sounds in the same file. If any problem with sounds and fonts, please email me. I have created 4 worksheets that can be used during or after – labelling gardening tools; labelling parts of a plant; what plants need/ do not need to grow healthy (writing activity); facts about compost. how to make compost (writing activity). Please check more of my resources on Plants on TES – thanks for looking :)
mariedp
British Science Week 2018 - Powerpoint/Assembly

British Science Week 2018 - Powerpoint/Assembly

This is a powerpoint I have created to use in assembly during 2018 Science week based on exploration and discovery. This powerpoint can be edited and extra slides added to share your schools activities for the week, but saves time preparing why science is important and some cool discoveries made in 2017.
staylor106
Dinosaurs and Birds - Longest bone

Dinosaurs and Birds - Longest bone

Objective: Discover the longest bone in your body and find out what dinosaur(s) were the same height as you! Learning outcomes Children will: make accurate measurements and record and analyse simple data identify the longest bone in their own body learn that not all dinosaurs are the same size discover that some animals have individual bones that are taller than children use mathematics to help answer a question understand that maths can be applied to learning about the human body From early 2018 to late 2020 the Natural History Museum’s iconic Diplodocus cast, Dippy, is on a Natural History Adventure across the UK. Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure is an exploration of the UK’s natural history past, present and future. Dippy is a catalyst for exploring different aspects of the natural world along the eight-stop tour to museums and cultural hubs. The Natural History Museum exists to inspire a love of the natural world and unlock answers to the big issues facing humanity and the planet. More than five million people visit the sites in South Kensington and Tring every year, and the website receives over 500,000 unique visitors a month. It is a world-leading science research centre, and through its unique collection and unrivalled expertise it is tackling issues such as food security, eradicating diseases and managing resource scarcity. Dippy on Tour is brought to you by the Natural History Museum in partnership with the Garfield Weston Foundation, and supported by DELL EMC and Williams and Hill.
NHM_London
Dinosaurs and Birds - Dinosaur timeline

Dinosaurs and Birds - Dinosaur timeline

Objective: Make an arm-span timeline to help visualise time. Learning outcomes Children will: learn a strategy for thinking about very long periods of time that can be applied to other aspects of history understand that non-avian dinosaurs lived long before humans – they did not live together understand that Earth is more ancient than dinosaurs understand that humans have lived for a very short time compared to the age of the planet From early 2018 to late 2020 the Natural History Museum’s iconic Diplodocus cast, Dippy, is on a Natural History Adventure across the UK. Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure is an exploration of the UK’s natural history past, present and future. Dippy is a catalyst for exploring different aspects of the natural world along the eight-stop tour to museums and cultural hubs. The Natural History Museum exists to inspire a love of the natural world and unlock answers to the big issues facing humanity and the planet. More than five million people visit the sites in South Kensington and Tring every year, and the website receives over 500,000 unique visitors a month. It is a world-leading science research centre, and through its unique collection and unrivalled expertise it is tackling issues such as food security, eradicating diseases and managing resource scarcity. Dippy on Tour is brought to you by the Natural History Museum in partnership with the Garfield Weston Foundation, and supported by DELL EMC and Williams and Hill.
NHM_London
Dinosaurs and Birds - Overview of the Dippy on Tour resources for 4-7s

Dinosaurs and Birds - Overview of the Dippy on Tour resources for 4-7s

Aimed at children aged 4-7, our pick-and-mix collection of cross-curricular activities and facts will enrich Science, Maths, English, DT, Music, Drama and PE lessons. Use them to give an introduction to Dippy, dinosaurs, and their similarities with birds, their closest living relatives. From early 2018 to late 2020 the Natural History Museum’s iconic Diplodocus cast, Dippy, is on a Natural History Adventure across the UK. Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure is an exploration of the UK’s natural history past, present and future. Dippy is a catalyst for exploring different aspects of the natural world along the eight-stop tour to museums and cultural hubs. The Natural History Museum exists to inspire a love of the natural world and unlock answers to the big issues facing humanity and the planet. More than five million people visit the sites in South Kensington and Tring every year, and the website receives over 500,000 unique visitors a month. It is a world-leading science research centre, and through its unique collection and unrivalled expertise it is tackling issues such as food security, eradicating diseases and managing resource scarcity. Dippy on Tour is brought to you by the Natural History Museum in partnership with the Garfield Weston Foundation, and supported by DELL EMC and Williams and Hill.
NHM_London
The Body Networking Grid

The Body Networking Grid

Children can do some research about the body and see how many questions they can answer. Or use this as a starting point, encouraging children to locate answers/ complete research.
elwill9
Meet Animals of the Ocean

Meet Animals of the Ocean

In this lesson, students role-play animals of the ocean and are asked to think about how these creatures interact with each other, and how these interactions are important to the life and health of the ocean. Students will understand that living things live in different places where their needs are met and will use a range of methods to sort information, including drawings and tables. Students will be able to name animals that live in the ocean and their behaviours and represent the behaviours of ocean animals through movement.
TheTeachersFriend
Changing How We Use Energy

Changing How We Use Energy

In this lesson students find out which appliances in their classroom use energy and work together to create agreements for the classroom about switching off and adjusting these appliances. The lesson ends with students making informative stickers for these appliances. Students will use comprehension strategies to build literal meaning about key ideas and information in texts. They’ll be able to identify way to reduce energy use of items in class, clearly express instructions about how to use an appliance and work in groups to plan a text.
TheTeachersFriend