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KS1 Keeping In Touch Bundle (Living Memory Changes)

KS1 Keeping In Touch Bundle (Living Memory Changes)

A collection of resources that can be used as part of a KS1 Keeping in Touch topic as students explore how the world has changed through time. Includes a letter to the Queen, communications, postal service, and thank you letters. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

KS3 Sociology

KS3 Sociology

This is a bundle created for those interested in completing introductory short courses with students mainly in year 9.

By Ljay279

Jigsaw -Colours, shapes, quiz

Jigsaw -Colours, shapes, quiz

This resource can be used across all ages . For younger children to develop awareness of shape, colour, most, least and number of shapes. Older children the questions could be developed further e.g. which shape is directly above/below, to the left/right of the smiley face? Students could come up with their own questions? For vocational students this could be used as an activity to take into their vocational placement to use with service users.

By JulieA0

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Teaching about play to childcare/ early years students; mix 2

Teaching about play to childcare/ early years students; mix 2

Students can take part in or study the activities and consider the types of play promoted by them, they can write down notes and use the Maslow game and Montessori workshop to explore different concepts and the need for play in children's development. To explore the importance of play and consider and evaluate types, stages and theorists, also relate self identity to children’s. This can be used and adapted to suit the needs of your class. Pick and choose either the whole plans or aspects to suit your specification. Ideal for CACHE, HND, BA Honours in childhood studies 63%saving!

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Teaching about play, hands on experience for childcare/ early years students

Teaching about play, hands on experience for childcare/ early years students

Teaching about play, hands on experience for childcare/ early years students. Students can try out the activities to support and start to promote learning how children play, the benefits and how they develop and learn skills. Students could write down how each activity develops personal, physical, social, emotional and social development. CACHE, BTEC AQA, EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDIES UNITS

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Play and the UN Convention; CACHE/ BTEC/ CHILDCARE

Play and the UN Convention; CACHE/ BTEC/ CHILDCARE

Play and the UN convention, mix and match activities. Mix and match, 2nd edition Students can either take part in the activities or research how children might take part. Then could make links to how the activities support the rights to play. CACHE, BTEC, CHILDCARE, EARLY YEARS EDUCATOR, Childcare, learning and development.

By fb1983

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Play and the UN Convention; CACHE/ BTEC/ CHILDCARE

Play and the UN Convention; CACHE/ BTEC/ CHILDCARE

Play and the UN convention, mix and match activities. Students can either take part in the activities or research how children might take part. Then could make links to how the activities support the rights to play. CACHE, BTEC, CHILDCARE, EARLY YEARS EDUCATOR, Childcare, learning and development.

By fb1983

End of term science activities  - SAVE £4 pounds - 40%

End of term science activities - SAVE £4 pounds - 40%

4 engaging activities that you may wish to use at the end of the term. They can be stand alone or linked to topics/ units of work. Included: 1) Frog dissection foldable 2) BEST SELLING Heart dissection foldable 3) Plant reproduction foldable 4) Kidney dissection foldable

By TRJ