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Should teachers be armed? A persuasive writing scheme

Should teachers be armed? A persuasive writing scheme

This is a scheme designed for KS4 and Yr 9. It is a chance for them to expand their knowledge of a relevant topic as well as develop their AQA English Language skills. The final task will be for the class to draft, edit and improve upon a letter to the head teacher regarding guns in the classroom. This is suitable for any exam board but tailored to the AQA spec. It is an issue that engages all students of every ability and can easily be differentiated up or down depending on class. The scheme is designed to last for one week (5 lessons) but can be stretched further if needs be. There are opportunities for green pen activities as well as further research and debate on this topical issue.
wigglespie
LESSON ON DEPRESSION FOR TEENS- KS3, PSHE, ENGLISH, RE

LESSON ON DEPRESSION FOR TEENS- KS3, PSHE, ENGLISH, RE

**This is a brilliant creative lesson on depression for teens. It can be used with Key Stage 3 classes (US Grades 6 to 8) in PSHE, ENGLISH, RE or Citizenship. ** The aim of these lessons is to create bright, honest, straightforward and well-designed activities and resources so that teens can connect with the material and understand why the topic is relevant to them. DON’T BE INTIMIDATED BY THE NUMBER OF SLIDES! The presentation has been specifically designed to have as little as possible on each slide so that they are easy to read, memorable and so they build a story! The lesson is split into five sections: ‘What is depression?’; ‘Who gets depressed?’; ‘What does it feel like?’, ‘How do you recognise depression?’ and ‘What helps with depression?’. Each section has a variety of activities so that you can adapt the lesson to your class and the amount of time you have available for the topic. The lesson plan has suggestions for a one hour lesson and a half hour lesson. The full lesson with all the activities would fill 90-100 minutes. Included is an editable Power Point, a PDF version of the Power Point with easy to read, beautifully designed fonts, a PDF of the detailed lesson plan and PDFs of the three worksheets required both in colour and grayscale. Also included is the video of the TED Talk included in the lesson and a version of the ‘Who Said That?’ worksheet with the answers. All feedback gratefully received! Thank you.
HowToBeAGoodHuman
New York Monologues – Descriptive Writing

New York Monologues – Descriptive Writing

A sophisticated descriptive writing lesson based on images from New York and scenes Woody Allen’s masterpiece Manhattan. Students fill in the senses sheet, watch and briefly analyse the opening of Manhattan (resources and links provided) before writing their own monologues! Great engaging lesson! For great more lessons and resources visit my shop here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish (Credits: all images copyright free, available from Wikipedia and other royalty free sites.)
EngageinEnglish
The Royal Wedding Pack

The Royal Wedding Pack

The pack contains slides for an assembly and also a design competition that can be used for KS2, KS3 and KS4.
leepeachey
KS1 PSHE  Keeping safe Indoors and Outdoors

KS1 PSHE Keeping safe Indoors and Outdoors

Keeping Safe Indoors and Outdoors PSHE five lesson planning and resources- Suitable for Year 2 but can be easily adjusted to Year 1 level. Included in this pack is the planning with objectives, teaching and assessment points and resources. Most resources made by myself, however Lesson 2’s resources are from www.sparklebox.co.uk E-safety resource taken from http://www.childnet.com/resources/smartie-the-penguin Enjoy!
rach-831
Reading comprehensions Collection

Reading comprehensions Collection

This is a collection of some of my favourite reading comprehension activities, available as a bundle at a heavily discounted price. This will provide enough comprehensions and activities to last for a whole year of guided reading activities, ideally for children in Years 5 and 6.
Richardtownend1978
Understanding Autism, disability and difference

Understanding Autism, disability and difference

This powerpoint guides users through a lesson to help young children understand that people have different needs and how it is right and fair to accommodate them. Ideal for exploring diversity, disability, autism and the paralympics. One of the main characters features Stephen Wiltshire (the human camera) as child. It would be a valuable activity to watch videos of him on youtube . This would help explore that we all have different strengths and weaknesses. This resource was developed by Spectrum Savvy to help build peer relationships and tolerance where autistic learners were being misunderstood in mainstream. If you would like Nicola at Spectrum Savvy to deliver this session or similar to your setting, visit www.spectrumsavvy.co.uk,
SpectrumSavvy
Royal Wedding QR Code Hunt

Royal Wedding QR Code Hunt

Based for Year 1 but can be changed to suit the ability of your class. QR codes to be placed around the classroom/school for the children to scan and display the family members name. The names can be written on the worksheet next to the family members picture.
selbymeg
Community Helper Activity Poster

Community Helper Activity Poster

This 8.5" x 11" Activity Poster asks students to name a community helper, tell what they do, what they wear, what tools they use and what they drive. There is an easel where they draw where the community helper works and show the helper at work. Students can color and decorate the rest of the poster when done. Makes a great substitute activity or bulletin board. Just Print and Go!
WindupTeacher
Student Well- Being for Teens Mega Bundle

Student Well- Being for Teens Mega Bundle

The bundle include: Managing Trauma This resource is for students who are suffering from trauma and have witnessed a traumatic event. It could be use as a group discussion or a one on one session. It could be use by a teacher or a school counsellor. The resource include: What is trauma Causes of trauma Ways that trauma manifest itself Reactions to trauma Activities on how to manage trauma Processing Questions for each activity Quick inputs Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students Our students constantly face a lot of difficulties and struggles whether it’s family, school or community related. This resource could help and support them to handle their difficulties and struggles better. This resource focuses on 4 areas of resiliency: Self-Awareness Conflict resolution Empathy Teaching Courage It includes: Definition of terms Activities for each area 3.Inputs to use for discussion for each area Processing Questions for each activity Resilience Affirmations Resilience is our ability to bounce back from tough situations. When a person is ready to bounce back from a difficult situation, these affirmations could help them get their heads out of the clouds and make them feel better. These affirmations could re-focus your thoughts and be more positive. These are designed to create self-change. They could serve as an inspiration and reminders for everyday life. These affirmations could be done first thing in the morning or in the evening or could be done throughout the day. It is suggested to use these affirmations regularly to create more impact and preserve emotional potency. These could be printed out and you could bring them along wherever you are . These resilience affirmation cards are in A4 size and JPEG format. List of Resilience Affirmation Cards: I can overcome my obstacles I am creative I am resourceful I am resilient I am emotionally resilient I am strong I am persistent I am kind, smart,and important It’s okay. I can do this I will get through this I will be okay I am capable of amazing things I am a good person I deserve to be happy I am stronger than I think I am amazing I can do anything I set my mind to I will keep going Do not give up Keep moving forward I can handle change with ease I am unique I believe in my abilities and skills I can face every situation with confidence There is always a solution to every problem I am responsible for how I respond to others I have the power to choose to let go of any emotion Any difficulty that comes my way is an opportunity to grow I am full of energy and joy I have the power to create change My possibilities are endless I am in charge of how I feel I choose happiness I can, I will I can make healthy choices 4.Emotional Intelligence: Activities for Student Well-Being Teaching emotional intelligence could help students handle situations effectively, be able to identify, communicate their feelings to other people and could help them read situations and relationships. It could also help them regulate their emotions and help them respond appropriately to others. This Emotional Intelligence resource focuses on 4 areas: Intrapersonal Interpersonal Stress Management General Mood This emotional intelligence resource includes: a. Definition of Emotional intelligence b. Signs of high emotional intelligence c. Signs of low emotional intelligence d. Activities on the 4 focused areas e. Processing questions to facilitate better learning experiences Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards The emotions flashcards include 28 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 28 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: Baffled Passionate Ecstatic Mad- Frantic Splendid Melancholic Terrified Astounded Introverted Apprehensive Placid Pensive Flabbergasted Sullen Boys’ emotions and feelings: Perplexed Piqued Contented Mad-Absurd Grand Distressed Anxious Stunned Cautious Tense Quiet Wistful Startled Cantankerous
kitcelcorner
Managing Trauma, Teaching Resilience, & Emotional Intelligence

Managing Trauma, Teaching Resilience, & Emotional Intelligence

The resources include: . Managing Trauma This resource is for students who are suffering from trauma and have witnessed a traumatic event It could be use as a group discussion or a one on one session. It could be use by a teacher or a school counsellor. The resource include: What is trauma Causes of trauma Ways that trauma manifest itself Reactions to trauma Activities on how to manage trauma Processing Questions for each activity Quick inputs Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students Our students constantly face a lot of difficulties and struggles whether it’s family, school or community related. This resource could help and support them to handle their difficulties and struggles better. This resource focuses on 4 areas of resiliency: Self-Awareness Conflict resolution Empathy Teaching Courage It includes: Definition of terms Activities for each area 3.Inputs to use for discussion for each area Processing Questions for each activity Resilience Affirmations Resilience is our ability to bounce back from tough situations. When a person is ready to bounce back from a difficult situation, these affirmations could help them get their heads out of the clouds and make them feel better. These affirmations could re-focus your thoughts and be more positive. These are designed to create self-change. They could serve as an inspiration and reminders for everyday life. These affirmations could be done first thing in the morning or in the evening or could be done throughout the day. It is suggested to use these affirmations regularly to create more impact and preserve emotional potency. These could be printed out and you could bring them along wherever you are . These resilience affirmation cards are in A4 size and JPEG format. List of Resilience Affirmation Cards: I can overcome my obstacles I am creative I am resourceful I am resilient I am emotionally resilient I am strong I am persistent I am kind, smart,and important It’s okay. I can do this I will get through this I will be okay I am capable of amazing things I am a good person I deserve to be happy I am stronger than I think I am amazing I can do anything I set my mind to I will keep going Do not give up Keep moving forward I can handle change with ease I am unique I believe in my abilities and skills I can face every situation with confidence There is always a solution to every problem I am responsible for how I respond to others I have the power to choose to let go of any emotion Any difficulty that comes my way is an opportunity to grow I am full of energy and joy I have the power to create change My possibilities are endless I am in charge of how I feel I choose happiness I can, I will I can make healthy choices 4.Emotional Intelligence: Activities for Student Well-Being Teaching emotional intelligence could help students handle situations effectively, be able to identify, communicate their feelings to other people and could help them read situations and relationships. It could also help them regulate their emotions and help them respond appropriately to others. This Emotional Intelligence resource focuses on 4 areas: Intrapersonal Interpersonal Stress Management General Mood This emotional intelligence resource includes: a. Definition of Emotional intelligence b. Signs of high emotional intelligence c. Signs of low emotional intelligence d. Activities on the 4 focused areas e. Processing questions to facilitate better learning experiences
kitcelcorner
Managing Trauma & Teaching Resilience

Managing Trauma & Teaching Resilience

Resources Included: Managing Trauma This resource is for students who are suffering from trauma and have witnessed a traumatic event It could be use as a group discussion or a one on one session. It could be use by a teacher or a school counsellor. The resource include: What is trauma Causes of trauma Ways that trauma manifest itself Reactions to trauma Activities on how to manage trauma Processing Questions for each activity Quick inputs Bounce Back: Teaching Resilience to Students Our students constantly face a lot of difficulties and struggles whether it’s family, school or community related. This resource could help and support them to handle their difficulties and struggles better. This resource focuses on 4 areas of resiliency: Self-Awareness Conflict resolution Empathy Teaching Courage It includes: Definition of terms Activities for each area 3.Inputs to use for discussion for each area Processing Questions for each activity Resilience Affirmations Resilience is our ability to bounce back from tough situations. When a person is ready to bounce back from a difficult situation, these affirmations could help them get their heads out of the clouds and make them feel better. These affirmations could re-focus your thoughts and be more positive. These are designed to create self-change. They could serve as an inspiration and reminders for everyday life. These affirmations could be done first thing in the morning or in the evening or could be done throughout the day. It is suggested to use these affirmations regularly to create more impact and preserve emotional potency. These could be printed out and you could bring them along wherever you are . These resilience affirmation cards are in A4 size and JPEG format. List of Resilience Affirmation Cards: I can overcome my obstacles I am creative I am resourceful I am resilient I am emotionally resilient I am strong I am persistent I am kind, smart,and important It’s okay. I can do this I will get through this I will be okay I am capable of amazing things I am a good person I deserve to be happy I am stronger than I think I am amazing I can do anything I set my mind to I will keep going Do not give up Keep moving forward I can handle change with ease I am unique I believe in my abilities and skills I can face every situation with confidence There is always a solution to every problem I am responsible for how I respond to others I have the power to choose to let go of any emotion Any difficulty that comes my way is an opportunity to grow I am full of energy and joy I have the power to create change My possibilities are endless I am in charge of how I feel I choose happiness I can, I will I can make healthy choices
kitcelcorner
Thailand

Thailand

Full Term study on Thailand. I developed this for my Stage 8 class as we are doing Thailand for the International Food Fair. I lived in Thailand for 2 years so most of the photos are mine and topics are based on my own experiences. My class really enjoyed this whole unit - they loved learning a bit of Thai and got really enthusiastic about the tasks! There are 9 topics in total and I have included worksheets/notes that cover everything on the Powerpoint so your students won’t need to write anything down. The Powerpoint is not heavy on text as I preferred to project images and diagrams and layer on detail in class discussion but there is more information on the worksheets. Most topics include a build in assessment task (Tasks on the PP and worksheets). The topics are: Introduction to Thailand Language and National Sport (Muay Thai) Festival and festival Culture Buddhism Climate and Weather Brief History of Modern Thailand Food Plants and Animals of Thailand End of Unit Quiz You can make it run longer or short depending on the ability of the class, how often you have Humanities and how much enrichment you add. For example, when we studied Muay Thai, we did a short Muay Thai class for fun. Feel free to email me at shellyschutte20@gmail.com if you want anymore information.
TeacherShelly
Kindness Scavenger Hunt (Pay it Forward) Template

Kindness Scavenger Hunt (Pay it Forward) Template

Check out this fun and engaging template that will promote social and emotional positivity in your classroom. With the idea of paying it forward, this worksheet presents 16 options for students to good things in their school and community. These things include helping clean up, sharing snacks, leaving a nice note and many more. There is also a spot for students to fill in their own idea! This is a great way to engage students in being good citizens in their community and spreading positivity! Students can check off the tasks they complete and create a record of all of the great things they have done for others!
myeducationalhotspot
Jobs & Occupations Unit for ESL/EL

Jobs & Occupations Unit for ESL/EL

A great resource for teaching the vocabulary of community helpers or careers. Vocabulary includes: police officer, teacher, firefighter, librarian, dentist, doctor, vet, painter, trash collector, baker, farmer, mail carrier, and more. Included activities: -pre-test/post-test -two types of puzzles for vocabulary -matching words to pictures printable -flashcards -cut and paste matching -6 sentence writing pages with differentiated sentence stems -draw the vocabulary words -5 writing pages for kids’ own future careers Follow me on Instagram and Pinterest to see how I use this and other resources with my classes!
missv_el
Introduction to democracy

Introduction to democracy

This lesson provides a brief introduction to democracy in Britain. It allows students to debate what the rules of democracy should be and introduces them to their local MP and how to write to them (this slide will need to be adapted for different areas).
MissDavisOasisMayfield
British Democracy

British Democracy

This assembly provides an interactive introduction to British democracy. It includes the difference between local and national elections and referendums. The slide on the local MP can be adapted for any area.
MissDavisOasisMayfield
Famous Autistics

Famous Autistics

This powerpoint presentation provides a list of famous people who are thought to be autistic. This has been used as printed cards for discussion when helping individuals to understand autism and feel more empowered regarding their diagnosis.
SpectrumSavvy
Resources to Accompany 'Nimesh the Adventurer'

Resources to Accompany 'Nimesh the Adventurer'

A selection of resources to accompany ‘Nimesh the Adventurer’, by Ranjit Singh and illustrated by Mehrdokht Amini, a fun-filled story about a little boy with a BIG imagination. Nimesh is walking home from school. Except…there happens to be a shark in the corridor. And a dragon in the library! And why would crossing the road lead to the North Pole? Nimesh the Adventurer will surely make even the dullest journey a dazzling adventure. Longlisted for the North Somerset Teachers’ Book Awards The text and the resources are most suitable for KS1. There are a range of resources available here: the curriculum map provides details of how ‘Nimesh the Adventurer’ can be used in lessons across the curriculum, and the teacher information file and guided reading worksheet can be used by teachers preparing to use the text in the classroom. These resources support National Curriculum expectations for KS1. All resources are designed to aid teachers in using a diverse text in the classroom and should encourage pupils to celebrate diversity and inclusion in Britain. Perfect for World Book Day events. ‘Nimesh the Adventurer’ is available for purchase from the publisher’s website:
godfc011
EYFS lesson plan on stranger danger

EYFS lesson plan on stranger danger

This lesson plan is ideal for teaching children about stranger danger. It uses traditional tales to highlight the dangerous characters and if they should be trusted. Through traditional tales children are able to discuss topics about safety and people they can turn to for help.
ReenaShah
Russia

Russia

This 50 page booklet allows students to explore Russia through a variety of activities both students and teacher lead. Chapters include, amongst others: Where Are We Talking About? Why Visit Russia? Where In Russia? What Is Russia’s Climate Like? Who Makes Up Russia? What Have We Borrowed? What’s Russia’s Culture Like? What Are Matryoshka Dolls? Seeing The Sites What Is The Winter Palace? Who Is ‘The Motherland Calls?’ The Galapagos Of Russia? Why Visit The Metro? What Is The Route Of The Tsars? Have I Seen There Before? What Does Russia Produce? What is Russia’s Role In The UN? What happened To Princess Anastasia?
WillsonEducation
Rhymes Galore (15) for EY/KS1

Rhymes Galore (15) for EY/KS1

Rhymes to chant, clap, act out and develop, promoting learning areas: Literacy, Understanding the World, Communication Language, Expressive Arts & Design and Physical Development. Topics: mini-beasts, seaside, stars, castles, busy street, school, big & small, park and windy day. Guidance notes included for all.
katewilliams_poetry
5 Action/Clapping Rhymes, Early Years/Yr1

5 Action/Clapping Rhymes, Early Years/Yr1

These 5 simple, rhythmic rhymes focus on everyday concepts. Their titles are: Busy Street, In the Park, Windy Day, Taller and Smaller, and School is for Me. Each rhyme sheet includes guidance notes. Suitable for clapping, enacting, word-swapping and performing with embellishments (such as percussion, a tune, or extra actions). They support the learning areas Understanding the World, Expressive Arts & Design, Literacy, Communication & Language, and Physical Development. The rhymes (and illustrations) are my own.
katewilliams_poetry
PROJECT PLASTIC- sequence of activities to promote plastic use reduction in the UK

PROJECT PLASTIC- sequence of activities to promote plastic use reduction in the UK

Trying to save the world one class at a time! First sequence of slides could be used in tutor time simply to inform students of current issues regarding the environment and plastic use. Lots of interactive activities and thought provoking stimuli including a number of video links to promote discussion of this issue. Once fired up, introduces PROJECT PLASTIC- a project for students to invent ways in which they can make a difference in their local area to reduce the use of non-recyclable plastic. Self managed with class team roles and forms to record progress and to aid reflection. Self assessment and progress tracker have been adapted from my " PROJECT PERFECT" resource for French. Could be used as a whole school tutor challenge or just within classes or IBL projects. Includes; Lesson sequence material (current affairs/discussion/video) Poster examples Video links Team role assignment- discussion of team work skills needed Ideas for the project Self assessment Questionnaires Record sheet- Student progress tracker
Madamejb
Sports for Social Change: Lesson Plan & Film

Sports for Social Change: Lesson Plan & Film

Sports are used across the globe as a social and educational tool to promote leadership, foster role models, and support teamwork. A community youth sports program in South Africa offers positive life skills and a healthy environment for youth dialogue. Nolusindiso “Titie” Plaatjie knows that soccer can help kids “stay away from things that could destroy their lives” because that’s just what it did for her. In A Game for Life, we are taken to the soccer fields in the poor neighborhood of Port Elizabeth, South Africa, where provincial soccer star, “Titie,” works with an innovative soccer program to educate local youth about HIV/AIDS prevention.
Global_Oneness_Project
Resiliency Among the Salmon People: Lesson Plan & Film

Resiliency Among the Salmon People: Lesson Plan & Film

As traditional communities such as the Yupâik in Alaska face a variety of changes, cultural traditions and wisdom passed on from elders help them to sustain their way of life. Set in the remote Alaskan Yukon Delta, Yukon Kings follows Yup’ik fisherman Ray Waska as he teaches his grandkids how to fish during the summer salmon run. With environmental and cultural forces threatening their subsistence way of life, Ray holds onto the hope that his grandsons will one day pass on the traditional knowledge to their children.
Global_Oneness_Project
Deconstructing Consumerism: Lesson Plan & Film

Deconstructing Consumerism: Lesson Plan & Film

Increased global consumerism has vast environmental, economic, and social repercussions. Thought leaders across the globe investigate the unsustainable cultural values at the root of modern consumption. What if the world embodied our highest potential? What would it look like? As the structures of modern society crumble, where do we find solutions that can help us build the future that serves us all? This 25-minute Global Oneness Project film retrospective asks us to reflect on the state of the world and ourselves, and to listen more closely to what is being asked of us at this time of unprecedented global transformation.
Global_Oneness_Project
Recording a Dying Language: Lesson Plan & Film

Recording a Dying Language: Lesson Plan & Film

At a rapid rate, indigenous languages around the world are becoming endangered. Individuals, linguists, and organizations are developing ways to preserve and rehabilitate native languages and cultures. This short documentary tells the story of Marie Wilcox, the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language and the dictionary she created in an effort to keep her language alive.
Global_Oneness_Project
DBQ: Life of a Japanese-American Child/ Internment Camp WW2

DBQ: Life of a Japanese-American Child/ Internment Camp WW2

Using PRIMARY Sources in the Classroom. A DBQ activity uses primary sources. Sources can include diaries,posters, music, news articles from the time, anything written by those who participated in or witnessed an event in history. Students review the given documents and use many cognitive skills in processing what they see and read. After gathering information using the documents, students develop an essay answering a question. The topic of this Primary Source(DBQ )is Life of a Japanese-American Child Living in an Internment Camp during World War 2. A teacher page includes the Key,additional links and suggestions for a rubric to grade the DBQ. This resource could also be used as a web quest. Check out my other DBQ Activity: Life on the Homefront During WW2: Life on the Homefront during WW2
gailhennessey
Learning about and using Public Transport - KS2-3 Transition Pack

Learning about and using Public Transport - KS2-3 Transition Pack

To access all files please download the ZIP file. Network West Midlands is an organisation that connects all public transport in the West Midlands. This includes Birmingham, Dudley, Sandwell, Coventry, Walsall, Solihull and Wolverhampton. Transport is an essential part of our daily lives and helps us stay connected to other areas within the West Midlands region. Whether we are travelling for school or leisure there are many ways we can travel. These resources will help your pupils learn more about the different types of transport, how to use them safely and effectively, and the role they can play to influence those around them to travel more sustainably. Learning more about public transport will help to increase confidence during transition from primary to secondary education.
Voiceboxx
Royal Wedding 2018 Assembly / Lesson / Quiz / Worksheet – Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Megan

Royal Wedding 2018 Assembly / Lesson / Quiz / Worksheet – Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Megan

A visual, 30+ page PowerPoint presentation with interactive activities, quiz and worksheet. The Royal Wedding is on the 19th of May 2018. This resource is suitable for an assembly or lesson. Includes: • Who’s who in the British Royal family? • Who is Prince Harry? Who is Meghan Markle? • How did they meet? Their engagement • Where and when will the wedding take place? Who will attend? • The Wedding Procession • Wedding Party! Wedding Music • Royal Titles, The Honeymoon • Interactive activity: Wedding Quiz • Interactive activity: Royal Couple Matching • Interactive activity: Guess the Wedding Cake • Interactive activity: Wedding Anagrams • Interactive activity: Royal Vocabulary Activity • Interactive activity: Spotting Game • Useful information and images, Links to videos and more! Also included is a worksheet with a wedding quiz. Please note that the quiz questions are the same as those on the presentation and that the answers can be found at the end of the presentation. This resource is fully editable and could be used for an interactive assembly or a lesson. All images are copyright free. Please leave a review if you find this useful. Thank you! You may be also be interested in these resources: VE Day Presentation/ Lesson, Star Wars Day Presentation/ Lesson, Ramadan 2018 Presentation/ Lesson TAGS: Royal Wedding Assembly, Royal Wedding Quiz, Royal Wedding Lesson, Royal Wedding Worksheet, Harry Meghan Assembly, Harry Meghan Quiz, Harry Meghan Lesson, Harry Meghan Worksheet, Royal Wedding 2018, Harry Megan, Activity
magicinkstand
African Countries and Capitals - Puzzle

African Countries and Capitals - Puzzle

African Countries and Capitals - Puzzle Students should match the countries with their capitals. There are 30 countries and their capitals in the puzzle. Some of the countries are located only partly in Asia. I’ve included three different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only three pages and is great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice in class or at home. The larger size requires 8 pieces of paper and quite a bit of space to solve – fun for centers and group work. The extra-large size requires 24 pieces of paper. Cut out the puzzle pieces (or even better if your students do it themselves) and students are to solve the puzzle so that it matches the solution provided. If your students are going to cut out the pieces then no prep is needed – the puzzle is not in order. I’ve been using these puzzles for years with great success! I recommend printing the puzzles on colourful paper and laminating them. This way you only have to cut them out once and they will last for years! What is included in this product? • The solution to the puzzle – Pages 2 • The normal size puzzle – Pages 3 – 5 • The large size puzzle – Pages 6 – 13 • The extra-large size puzzle – Pages 14-37 • Questions and Answers in a table format for easy grading or you can cut these out to play a matching game – Pages 38 – 40 My students love doing these types of puzzles. This product can also be used as a perfect revision of the school work to do at home. All answers can be easily checked thanks to the included solution to the puzzle or questions and answers shown in a table. Thank you for checking my resources.
NewMathWorld
Educational Comic books Hardcopies

Educational Comic books Hardcopies

We’re offering a creative way to address Social and PSHE issues affecting young people of an age group of 9-16 while delivering positive messages through comic books, themes and questions in our educational comic workbooks will be linked to the school curriculum. topics will plan to address in our comic books are, Does two wrongs make a right, Honesty, Making a choice, Self-esteem, Redemption, Radicalisation, Cyberbullying, Online safety. Please leave contact details, so we can have both hardcopy versions of The dangers of Social Media and can two wrongs make a right.
anthonyaina14
How old do you have to be to...?

How old do you have to be to...?

A simple matching activity to begin exploring the age you have to be to legally do various activities in the UK. The Word document is easy to edit so you an add topics suited to your group. This has been used as part of independent living skills, Citizenship and exploring Emotions and Behaviour.
SpectrumSavvy