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Science in the Beginning (Dr. Jay Wile) Lapbook

Science in the Beginning (Dr. Jay Wile) Lapbook

"This two lapbook package is customized specifically to be used with Dr. Jay Wile’s Science in the Beginning textbook. Science in the Beginning ""is the first book in a hands-on, multilevel elementary science series,” which “uses the days of creation as a way of introducing a wide range of scientific concepts.” The curriculum is designed to be used in a multi-grade environment, with questions or activities for younger, middle, and older elementary students at the end of each lesson. This two lapbook package will guide you and your students through the textbook. It includes booklet templates, instructions, and a Teacher's guide that specifically tells you where to find the answers to the questions within the chapters of the book. Check out Dr. Jay Wile’s thoughts on this product: "This lapbook allows students to produce an engaging record of my course. It combines coloring activities, drawing activities, and simple writing activities that will help students review and remember what they have learned. I think it will really appeal to students who like doing crafts. God Bless, Dr. Jay" This product is a downloadable ebook in PDF format. Just follow the instructions as you print, cut, fold, glue, and create!
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Year 2 Reading Comprehension Pack - Seasons

Year 2 Reading Comprehension Pack - Seasons

A collection of twelve non-fiction comprehension activities for year 2, all with the theme of seasons. There are three different comprehension booklets for each season, covering what happens in that season, what activities you can do in it and what happens to the wildlife. Perfect for cross-curricular learning throughout the year! Each booklet comes in 3 differentiated levels. They are all based on the reading SATs paper, containing a similar style of questions and the same layout. The 3 topics explored in the comprehensions are: PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.
blossomingminds
Weather Instruments PowerPoint Show

Weather Instruments PowerPoint Show

This Weather Instruments Presentation looks at the different types of instruments used to gather the current and future weather conditions locally and around the world.. It provides explanations with high quality images to reinforce the children's learning and talking points. Presentation Topics: - Barometer - Rain Gauge - Thermometer - Anemometer - Wind Vane - Wind Sock - Hygrometer - Weather Balloon - Weather Satellitre - Doppler Radar Please remember to follow me Enjoy
Kiwilander
Weather Instruments Vocabulary Word Wall Posters

Weather Instruments Vocabulary Word Wall Posters

This resource pack contains 24 weather instrument vocabulary posters. Each poster has an explanation of the term and a picture or diagram to illustrate the word to the student. Each poster is written in a student friendly voice for easy understanding. These posters are make excellent anchor charts and look fantastic on your wall. Words included are: Anemometer, Barometer, Hygrometer, Rain Gauge, Thermometer, Wind Vain, High Pressure, Low Pressure, Cold Front, Warm Front, Humidity, Air Pressure, Weather Balloon, Wind Sock, Celsius, Fahrenheit, Climate, Meteorologist, Water Cycle, Satellite, Radar, Isobar, Wind and Weather, If you would like any words added please contact me and i am happy to do so. Please remember to follow me. Enjoy.
Kiwilander
Weather Bingo

Weather Bingo

Fun weather bingo that is great for a weather project, or for practicing weather vocabulary or listening skills. Good for EFL / ESL or MFL. This resource contains two versions of the bingo set, one with words (in English) and the other without words so that it can be used in any language. Each set contains 30 full colour student bingo cards (all different) and a teacher’s master board. Includes the following words: cloud, rain, puddle, umbrella, rainbow, snow, snowflake, ice, fog, wind, tornado, cold, hot, sun, thermometer
Leebling
Year 2 Reading Comprehension Paper - Winter activities

Year 2 Reading Comprehension Paper - Winter activities

This resource is a non-fiction comprehension activity for year 2. It is based on the KS1 SATs reading paper and includes 3 differentiated levels. There are a range of 'how,' 'what,' 'when' and 'who' questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is also laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. This comprehension is all about what activities children can do in the winter. It covers building snowmen, making bonfires and celebrating different festivals. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.
blossomingminds
Weather chart - UK

Weather chart - UK

I created this chart when curriculum 2014 came into effect to help me cover regularly the weather elements in the Science and Geography section with my KS1 children as well as 'time' within Maths. it is meant to be laminated or covered in sticky-back, clear adhesive so that it can be written on with a whiteboard marker. The months are colour coded to seasons and images are chosen to help the children learn the words and recall what happens over the year. My helpers of the day were responsible for updating the sticky images that were stuck on with sticky backed velcro. The sections with no small words in were written in at the beginning of every month by me. I did need to make three copies of the weather cards in case all three days had the same weather. Sometimes we had a discussion and sometimes the children completed the chart independently in the mornings. In maths, we used it to help organise and learn the days and months. The prediction of weather took a while for them to learn the difference between what they wanted the weather to be like compared to what the weather would probably be like in that season but did improve. It was also helpful to learn that sunny needn't mean warm which is why it has extended sections e.g. weather feeling cards too.
joymears
The Big Idea Relay Challenge - Seasons

The Big Idea Relay Challenge - Seasons

The Big Idea Relay Challenge is a game that gets students moving around the classroom whilst practising their skills. It is an excellent tool for assessing prior knowledge before starting a new topic or to assess self-assessment, peer assessment or teacher assessment. This Relay Challenge tests students' knowledge of the seasons.
suepowell
All About Autumn Lapbook

All About Autumn Lapbook

Autumn is such a beautiful time of year, and it brings about many changes in the environment. In this product your students will explore things like: ~ The process leaves go through when changing colors. ~ Why the temperature changes in Autumn. ~ How frost occurs. ~ What an Indian Summer is and how it got that name. ~ Changes animals and insects go through in preparation for winter. ~ And so much more, all while will create a lasting keepsake they will cherish forever! This product is designed for K-8th grade. Complete Study Guide and instructions included! This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions, cut, fold, glue, and create!
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E.G.s Whole school Progression & Tracking Grid For  Primary Science

E.G.s Whole school Progression & Tracking Grid For Primary Science

Education Guru have created a resource bundle that not only tracks each child’s achievements in their year group’s science but also shows you how these dovetail into the Interim Teacher Assessments that the Year 2 and Year 6 teachers have to report on. This handy tool can also help you, as a teacher, to understand progression in science, identify any gaps in your children’s knowledge and working scientifically skills and help you to differentiate.
education_guru
Progression & Tracking Grid For Knowledge Key Stage 1

Progression & Tracking Grid For Knowledge Key Stage 1

A science tracking and progression grid that also links to the statutory Science Knowledge Teacher Assessments 2017. Education Guru have created an excel sheet that not only tracks each child’s achievements in their year group’s science but also shows you how these dovetail into the Interim Teacher Assessments that the Year 2 and Year 6 teachers have to report on. This handy tool can also help you, as a teacher, identify any gaps in your children’s knowledge and help you to differentiate. This packs contains all the science knowledge objectives for Year 1 and Year 2 and shows how they progress through Key Stage 1 . There is also a handy graph which shows the percentage of children that are emerging, expecting and exceeding in each cohort.
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