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Science Investigations Bundle

Science Investigations Bundle

Various resources to support planning of science investigations. Bundle includes: -Cress Investigation - Effects of Exercise investigation - Waterproof materials - Shadows investigation - Sugar in drinks (full lesson plan & accompanying resources) Bundle will save 40% off individual resource prices!
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Chocolate

Chocolate

An activity overview sheet for a 2 week topic on chocolate. Child led learning activities involving research, chocolate tasting, designing and creating own chocolate bar and researching where the ingredients used to make chocolate come from.
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Fruit Tasting & Graphing

Fruit Tasting & Graphing

Fruit tasting activity where children taste various fruits. Children record what they like and dislike about the fruits. Children then conduct a ‘survey’ of all children in the class. Following this, children to create a bar chart/tally/tick chart to collect whole class data. Used with a year 1 class, but can easily be adapted to suit.
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Human Body Topic Vocabulary Pack

Human Body Topic Vocabulary Pack

This 15 page Human Body TVP will help bring to life your science topic! The ninja has carefully selected 4 key areas to study and explore! Created exciting lists of topic-focused nouns, verbs and adjectives to enhance pupil writing. Researched etymologies of Human Body related words for you to teach. The ninja has even provided a unique Vocabulary Ninja reward system (including certificates), branded display resources, and blank templates of Synonym Alley and Vocabulary Laboratory activities. The ninja has even supplied two pages of teaching techniques, helping you bring to life each resource. ​
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Food chains on the farm

Food chains on the farm

From farm to fork, the perfect example of a food chain. Students from St Barnabas Primary explain the food chain of the day’s school dinner. Put your new found food chain knowledge into action with paper chains, animal masks and a whizzy quiz. Learning Objectives: I can independently create a simple food chain. Too hard? I can create a simple food chain with help from an adult. Too easy? I can create a simple food chain and classify the animals within it into different groups using scientific language. Curriculum Links: Working Scientifically • Identifying and classifying, • Using observations to answer questions. Living things and their habitats (Year 2) • Describe how animals obtain their food from plants and other animals, using the idea of a simple food chain, and identify and name different sources of food Key Vocabulary: Consumer, Producer, Predator, Prey, Omnivore, Herbivore, Carnivore, Primary Consumer, Secondary Consumer.
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First Aid Mini-Lapbook With Study Guide

First Aid Mini-Lapbook With Study Guide

Whenever there is an injury or a medical emergency, the actions of the first responders, or the first people who are available to help, are very important. The definition of first aid, according to the Merriam Webster dictionary, is "emergency care or treatment given to an ill or injured person before regular medical aid can be obtained." Use our mini-lapbook and study guide to get an overview of basic first aid or to launch a more in-depth study! This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions, cut, fold, glue, and create!
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Science test paper for grade 4 or 5

Science test paper for grade 4 or 5

multiple choice questions 10 fill in the blanks 5 diagram of human digestive system labeling plant cell labeling and explanation short questions recognition of items and labeling a complete paper
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Action Stations - A Six Week Homework Project to promote Physical Activity, Numeracy and Literacy

Action Stations - A Six Week Homework Project to promote Physical Activity, Numeracy and Literacy

Action Stations is a six-week, whole-school homework project. It aims to raise awareness amongst pupils and their families, of their own levels of physical activity, the World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines and the health implications of a lack of physical activity. Action Stations also develops numeracy skills with the completion of tables and literacy skills through a written element to the homework. The project asks children to record an adult in their family's physical activity levels for two weeks, and to compare their findings with the WHO's recommendations. Following this, they then record their own levels of physical activity for two weeks. Again, the children are asked to compare their findings against the WHO recommendations. It is vital that parents and carers do not view this project as intrusive and judgemental. The tables where physical activity levels are recorded are designed not to be returned to school and it is stressed to parents that the school does not need to know whether they or their children met the targets. The project aims to raise awareness amongst the school community and to provide a real-world context in which to practise literacy and numeracy skills. Both parts of the project include a sheet to be returned to the school so that homework completion can be monitored. If the school is considering a school travel plan (STP), work to promote active travel to school, or any other form of promotion of physical activity, this homework project is an excellent place to start. It is hoped that taking part in the project will encourage less active families to consider where they might find space for physical activity in their lives. The school run, for some, can provide an excellent opportunity for this. Physical activity should be seen as distinct from sport. While sport encompasses physical activity, people can be physically active without ever taking part in sport. Meeting the WHO guidelines is about making physical activity a part of normal daily life.
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