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KS1 & 2 Geography – A trip to……. blank template

KS1 & 2 Geography – A trip to……. blank template

KS1 & 2 Geography – A trip to……. blank template. A quick Travel Agency type information gathering resource for pupils to use to research a specific country and find out specific information about location, flag, population, things to do, places to visit, geographical features, temperature and how to get there and places of interest. Space to write short sentences or bullet points of key information. Great for class display and for starting points in a country based subject or as a final assessment of knowledge gained throughout a topic. Link to cross curricular Geography topics on Australia, African countries, Russia, India, USA etc. Role play as Travel Agents.

By newromantic

KS1 & 2 Geography –All About A Country blank template

KS1 & 2 Geography –All About A Country blank template

. A quick information gathering resource for pupils to use to research a specific country and find out specific information about location, flag, population, capital, borders, geographical features, main industries, temperature, geographical features and native animals and birds . Space to write short sentences or bullet points of key information. Great for class display and for starting points in a country based subject or as a final assessment of knowledge gained throughout a topic. Link to cross curricular Geography topics on Australia, African countries, Russia, India, USA etc.

By newromantic

Y1 Science: Animals (including Ourselves) Bundle

Y1 Science: Animals (including Ourselves) Bundle

A collection of Year 1 science resources that could be used as part of a topic on animals (including humans). Senses, how our bodies change, and parts of the body. 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

KS2 Comparing People and Places Bundle

KS2 Comparing People and Places Bundle

A collection of KS2 resources on the topic of comparing people and places. 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

KS1 Climate Around the World Bundle

KS1 Climate Around the World Bundle

A collection of KS1 resources on the topic of climate around the world. 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

KS1 Mammals Bundle

KS1 Mammals Bundle

A collection of KS1 resources on the topic of mammals. The collection includes pets, animals from far away places, life cycles, and habitats. 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

Diwali - Paper lantern craft

Diwali - Paper lantern craft

Celebrate Diwali (The Festival of Lights) by making these paper lanterns. Fun, easy to make and they look great hanging in the classroom. Included: ♦ 10 x different templates ♦ Handle template (just cut paper strips if you want to cut down on printing) ♦ Construction instructions ♦ One substitute template for the spelling of the word colour/color A variety of templates to suit what you are looking for. Some are plain (so your students can add their own patterns/designs) while others are already decorative and just need colouring. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

By swelch_resources

Diwali – Make a Salt Dough Diya

Diwali – Make a Salt Dough Diya

A fun, easy craft activity for celebrating Diwali (The Festival of Lights). Follow the instructions to make a diya out of salt dough and leave it to air dry for a few days. Decorate before drying (like the images provided), or dry and then paint/decorate. MAKING THE DIYA: Resources to assist with making the diya include: ♦ Teacher notes (with lots of ideas and hints). ♦ Recipe for your students to follow (makes 1 diya). ♦ Sequencing Cards – use as a recipe or as a sequencing task before making. These include pictures and text. WRITING TASKS: Two writing tasks are included as a follow-up to the craft activity. ♦ procedural / instructional writing (3 different templates). ♦ newspaper report writing (2 different templates plus an example). One of the newspaper reports is a fill-in-the-blanks template which is suitable for junior students. The instructions state to air dry the diya (takes a few days) but you could choose to dry it in the oven to speed up the process (details included in the teacher notes). WHAT YOU NEED: Flour, salt and water. Things to decorate it with (buttons, beads, shells, glitter, paint, etc). If you have junior students, this is a great activity for you to do with a buddy class who are a bit older. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

By swelch_resources

Diwali – Candle Display Mats

Diwali – Candle Display Mats

A fun, effective art activity for your students when celebrating Diwali (The Festival of Lights). Colour, cut and place a tealight candle in the centre. Laminate if desired. Included: ♦ 4 x templates with a design ♦ 1 x blank template (students design their own pattern) Size: Approximately 16.5cm in diameter. Provided in 2 paper sizes: ♦ A4 paper ♦ Letter paper ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

By swelch_resources

Fun Quiz for the Class

Fun Quiz for the Class

A five round quiz including answers and answer sheets for groups. The categories are History, Science and Maths, Literacy, General Knowledge, Sport and Computing/Media/IT.

By makata82

Essay Writing: India, Timeless Topics

Essay Writing: India, Timeless Topics

Summarise and Describe! Here are three texts by an Englishman describing his travels in India in the late 19th century. Following detailed guidelines, the student will read the texts, choose an essay topic from several suggested, take notes, organise those notes, and write an essay. This assignment will take at least one week to complete. Texts: Part One – India: Places of Interest The author and narrator, an Englishman travelling in India with his invaluable guide and trusted friend, Bhima Gandharva, describes their visits to a handful of beautiful monuments and places including the Taj Mahal and an indigo-factory. The description includes some local folklore and the reactions of the narrator to the beauty around him and to the people he encounters. Part Two – India: A Rural Tiger Hunt The narrator joins a local effort to rid a village of a deadly nuisance: a tiger. He offers the reader a view of an actual tiger hunt, by a group of both foreign and local men, and the peculiarities and details of an event that is now known as a somewhat iconic historical challenge. (Note that hunting tigers in India is now illegal, and tigers are currently protected as an endangered species.) Part Three – India: Moving Forward Here the reader is witness to the narrator’s encounter with a Calcutta local, a member of a group of young people who want to eliminate old traditions they feel are cruel and in the way of India’s progress. He speaks about a topic that remains important in India today: how ancient customs and new influences intermingle in that wildly diverse and culturally vibrant country. TIP! This may be a good choice for a student with an interest in Bollywood or history.

By canadianwinter

Armchair Travel to India Card Game

Armchair Travel to India Card Game

What is the Kohinoor? What is the Hindi word for elephant? Which Indian province has been trading spices for over 3000 years? What does the ‘mahatma’ in ‘Mahatma Ghandi’ mean? Which ancient Indian civilization was greater than those of Egypt and Mesopotamia? Learn this and much, much more with these 100 question and answer cards! Easily printed in black and white, this simple card game makes an excellent addition to any study of India. Geographical, colloquial, historical, political and cultural facts and figures about the world’s most populous democracy are assembled here. Also included are images (colour and black and white) to decorate the backs of your cards, and a label for an envelope in which to store them. Time to travel (in your armchair) to Bharat (India)!

By canadianwinter