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How to make a mermaid tail for doll craft project

How to make a mermaid tail for doll craft project

Inspire creativity with arts and crafts for learners of all ages This mermaid tail can be glued or sewed - in our download pdf we suggest sewing and gluing The instructions come from our craft pack and we have included a mermaid tail template in the download Use the resources we suggest or get additional resources from home or at hand to decorate.
ElevateProducts
Journey Around the World

Journey Around the World

These cards can be used as conversation builders, introduction models and more. The aim of the game is practicing different types of questions. Students can learn information about countries as well. This is a speaking game to the topic “Countries and nationalities”. Cards :nationality, capital city names and their flags Picture dictionary on some of the famous places, landmarks, sights of the world.
Olynj
Design a Theme Park leaflet with template (KS2)

Design a Theme Park leaflet with template (KS2)

After looking at existing examples of Theme Park Leaflets, (not included) learners design and create their own leaflet using this template. These sheets are designed to be attached inside an exercise book and used in a display. Also included are examples of powerful vocabulary (Wow Words) and a list of useful persuasive phrases to ‘up-level’ the outcome of your learners work. Also included is a short video clip advertsing a theme park and a sample set of success criteria (WMG - What makes good)
hifisher
Understanding Food Chains

Understanding Food Chains

Students use examples from the ocean to draw food chains showing the relationships between organisms. They then apply their learning to finding food chains around them. They use their food chains to suggest the outcomes when one of the animals is removed from the chain. They will group living things on the basis of observable features and can be distinguished from non-living things. Students will represent and communicate ideas and findings in a variety of ways such as diagrams, physical representations and simple reports. They will understand that living things, including plants and animals, depend on each other and the environment to survive. Students will be able to research the diets of a range of living things, create a simple food chain based on their research and communicate their finding to the peers.
TheTeachersFriend
Assessing for Prior Knowledge - 'Stand on the Line' Activity

Assessing for Prior Knowledge - 'Stand on the Line' Activity

The ‘Stand on the Line’ activity can be used as a barometer to test students’ prior knowledge - the focus of this lesson is the the human impact on ecosystems. Read a set of statements to students then use the additional notes provided to engage students in further conversation around each point.
TheTeachersFriend
Sea Animal Clip Art - Colour and B/w Sea Creatures

Sea Animal Clip Art - Colour and B/w Sea Creatures

This big sea life clip art pack contains 29 cute and colourful images of sea animals. The images are available both in colour, and in black and white outline, in png format at 300 dpi for transparent backgrounds and good resolution. This pack includes the following animals: dolphin, whale, shark, fish, tropical fish, eel, seahorse, starfish, lobster, crab, coral, seal, walrus, penguin, seagull, pelican, turtle, sea anemone, sea urchin, clam, scallop, prawn, sea otter, orca (killer whale), stingray, squid, jellyfish, octopus and hermit crab. The following files are provided: • Colour • Black and white outline with white fill • Black and white outline, transparent (no fill) Terms of Use Leebling graphics are licensed for personal and commercial educational use. Commercial educational use: You may use these images commercially to create teaching resources for sale. These resources must be created by you and contain teaching content other than these images. They can be used for pdfs, smartboard or Powerpoint but must be secured or flattened so that the images cannot be extracted. They can also be used for Boom cards. Credit should be given to Leebling with a link to my store. Personal use: These graphics may be used in teaching materials or decorations for your own classroom or other crafts and activities for your own personal non-commercial use. Full terms and conditions are given with the download.
Leebling
Book: Where's the Dolphin?

Book: Where's the Dolphin?

Orion is swimming in his ocean home but there is just one challenge. The little dolphin has simply vanished! Come on a magical journey of discovery to find and meet the dolphin and the magical mermaids and mermen .
natclarke
Games Galore - Fact Review Games for Any Subject

Games Galore - Fact Review Games for Any Subject

These 17 review games have you covered anytime you need a fast activity for sight word practice, addition practice, multiplication review, math facts, phonics, test prep, and vocabulary. They make fun party games too. This bundle of engaging themed board games use any set of fact review cards. Increase retention by having students create their own review cards for any subject. Perfect for centers, tutoring sessions, fast finishers, and home schools. BONUS - Includes the free Tips and Tricks for Using Games Galore in Your Classroom. This is packed full of useful information on using games for review, assembly, storage, ideas to differentiate, and editable storage labels, binder covers, review cards, posters, and more. Turn learning, reviewing, and assessing skills into something your students will love. Playing games boost problem-solving skills, help social skills, aid in planning and organization, help with working memory, provide practice with speech and listening skills, and work on attention and self-control. They are a great way to differentiate instruction and because they are multi-sensory, they work wonders for students with dyslexia, autism, ADHD, emotional disorders, and other learning differences. What You Get 17 games to review any subject. Each game contains everything you need to print, cut, and play. Included are: game boards, cards, playing pieces, spinners, die templates, blank cards, and instructions. Assemble the games and store them in a notebook or file folders. Have fast, fun activities ready for any subject all year long. Laminate them and they can be used year after year. Themes Available ⭐ Arcade Maze ⭐ Pirate Theme ⭐ Safari Theme ⭐ Detective Theme ⭐ Baseball Theme ⭐ Basketball Theme ⭐ Bowling Theme ⭐ Racing Theme ⭐ Soccer Theme ⭐ Summer Theme ⭐ Adopt a Pet ⭐ Football Theme ⭐ Build a Pizza ⭐ Tips for Using Games Galore in Your Classroom ⭐ Halloween ⭐ Under The Sea ⭐ Arcade ⭐ Space Race
Tammys-Toolbox
Under The Sea Review Game for Any Subject

Under The Sea Review Game for Any Subject

This engaging under the sea themed board game is perfect for end of the year review, sight word practice, addition practice, multiplication review, math facts, phonics, test prep, and vocabulary. It makes a fun party game too. It can be played with any set of flashcards, task cards, or word cards. Increase retention by having students create their own review cards for any subject. It allows you to customize learning to your students’ academic needs and interests, all while making it fun. This is great as a tutoring activity, learning center, or small group activity and makes a great file folder game. It can be individualized for any level making it perfect for special education, homeschool, and ELL. Included: Instructions Game Board Game Pieces Blank Cards to Customize ★This game is part of the Fast and Fabulous Review Games Galore Bundle★
Tammys-Toolbox
A Pirate Adventure - Video Song Pack Original song for Pirate, Underwater, Sea Topic

A Pirate Adventure - Video Song Pack Original song for Pirate, Underwater, Sea Topic

Here's a great song for your primary/elementary Pirate Topic or for whole class or assembly singing. It is sung from the point of view of a pirate going on a voyage to find treasure. It includes some basic pirate vocabulary, seafaring lingo and lots of oh-heave-ho-ing! Our teaching video shows songwriter Al Start playing and signing the song with lyrics as subtitles. When the children have learned the song, use the audio track and lyrics sheet as back-up.
GoKid