The water cycle: presentation for IWB

The water cycle: presentation for IWB

Clear presentation, lots of animation, clear explanations and language. Comic sans font throughout. Needs to be viewed as a slide show as animated slides have a large proportion of overlaid text/images etc. Produced for lower ability Key Stage 2 group but could be used elsewhere.
bevevans22
Brazil Full SoW

Brazil Full SoW

I've written this for KS3 EBD boys. There are links on the lesson plans to websites. It is a full scheme of work with attached power points, worksheets and activities.
asadler79
Katie Morag Grandmother templates and associated resources

Katie Morag Grandmother templates and associated resources

Outline pictures of Grannie Island and Grandma Mainland in a Word Document. I created the pictures in Paint to use for a display of children’s writing. Second file includes writing lines - I needed to update my original version for this year’s group! Display file was set up to print on A3 - make sure you scale it to A4 if you don’t have an A3 printer available… The sentences and connectives are the ones I used in the writing lessons. For the display they were cut up and scattered around the board in between some of the Grandmothers the children had used for writing their own sentences.The resource has been updated with 4 extra files - two notebook and two Word files exploring connectives and compound sentences 
cathyd
Where in the world? Atlas task using facts

Where in the world? Atlas task using facts

A great introductory task which allows children to familiarise themselves with identifying features of a country (location, area, boundaries, climate, terrrain, extremes, resources, population, ethnic groups, religions and languages). Contains 6 fact cards about 6 different countries- children use the facts alongside an atlas or the internet in order to identify which country the fact card is for. This is a word document so can be easily edited to contain more or less facts for differentiation or altered for new countries.
Zesty
Rockpool Identification Chart

Rockpool Identification Chart

A two page chart that has pictures and names of the common animals and plants found in rockpools. I laminated them back-to-back and will be taking them on our coastal trip!
cherryfield
Cliff and Wave Cut Platforms

Cliff and Wave Cut Platforms

Cliffs are formed when Destructive Waves attack the bottom of the rock face between the high and low water mark. The area under attack is eroded using the major processes of coastal erosion.
curriculumbits.com
Longshore Drift

Longshore Drift

Material is moved along the coastline by the waves. This is sometimes known as Longshore Drift. View the interactive diagram to find out more.
curriculumbits.com