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KS1 Reading Comprehension Bundle - Inventors

KS1 Reading Comprehension Bundle - Inventors

A bundle of three comprehension booklets aimed at Year 2. - Differentiated three ways. - Based on the KS1 reading SATs paper. - Inventors theme. - Perfect for cross-curricular learning. Included in the bundle are: William Caxton (the printing press) Tim Berners-Lee (the World Wide Web) Inventors of materials (from the science curriculum) PDF file format and editable Microsoft Word format.
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Newton's Laws of Motion - A Lock Box Escape Quest (no math) for STEM Day

Newton's Laws of Motion - A Lock Box Escape Quest (no math) for STEM Day

After your initial preparation, the beauty of this activity is that it is entirely student-driven! They will know whether they got the correct answer to the clue because there is a self-correcting code to crack. Everyone participates, because when one group finishes before the others, the rules of the quest include the instruction to split up and help another group finish. The instructions below are for 6 groups of students. If you have fewer groups, follow the directions in parentheses. Materials needed: Construction paper: Yellow, Red, and Blue 18 business-size envelopes (15 for 5 groups, 12 for 4 groups) 3 small boxes (shoe boxes are perfect) Copy paper 3 markers Adhesive tape Assorted prizes Preparation: 1. Print three lock images. It’s okay if you don’t have a color printer – simply print in black and white and attach to the colored construction paper. 2. Designate each box as Newton’s First Law (blue), Second Law (yellow), and Third Law (red). Attach the prepared lock images to each box. 3. Cut eighteen 3” x 5” rectangles from the yellow, red, and blue construction paper. Attach to the envelopes: 6 yellow, 6 red, and 6 blue. (15 for 5 groups, 12 for 4 groups) 4. Print the Clue Sheet for each combination. Insert it in the designated color envelope. 5. Before the students enter the room, hide the envelopes. 6. Show the PowerPoint. 7. At the BEGIN slide, let the students search for the envelopes. Remind them that only one person from a group may be up and searching. Each time they look for an envelope, a different group member searches for a different color. 8. When the students get their combination number, one person will enter it on the box locks. This activity has self-correcting answers! If they don’t get a number as an answer, they will know that it is incorrect! If you have fewer than six groups, simply place a random number in the spaces you don’t use. 9. When one group finishes with three different color envelopes, they are to split up and help other groups. 10. When all the groups have finished, go over all the examples for each of Newton’s Laws of Motion. Either let the students present their findings, or you can show the finished products to the class, elaborating on each. 11. Show the reward slides on the PowerPoint. Some examples of rewards include homework passes, extra points on tests, dollar store goodies, stickers, etc. 12. When the activity is over, post the examples of each law next to the locks so everyone can see each other’s examples every day for a while!   NOTE: This activity is an introduction to Newton's Laws to present the concept - it does not contain the math associated with each law.
renee2181
The boy who biked the world-geography planner

The boy who biked the world-geography planner

This is a crosscurricular planning based on Alastair's Humphreys novel "The Boy Who Biked the World: on the road to Africa". It covers Literacy and Numeracy for Year 3, has links to lower Ks2 topics of Science and Geography: Magnetism and Maps. Described are also links to PSHE, although it can also be expanded to Music, Art, etc
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Year 3 Science, Pushes and Pulls, display and worksheets

Year 3 Science, Pushes and Pulls, display and worksheets

Hi all, We've started a new topic on science this term - Forces, pushes and pulls. So, this is what I've done so far: A starter display and two worksheets for the children complete. I'll add to the display as the term goes on and upload them. They're not differentiated, so you'll have to do that yourself, but to be fair most of my class managed this with just some discussion and a word bank on the whiteboard. Have fun! Emlo.
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Apologia Elementary Science Vocabulary Flash Card BUNDLE

Apologia Elementary Science Vocabulary Flash Card BUNDLE

This package includes ALL Vocabulary Flash Cards for the following Apologia Elementary Science by Jeannie Fulbright books: • Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Astronomy • Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Botany • Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Zoology 1: Flying Creatures of the 5th Day • Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Zoology 2: Swimming Creatures of the 5th Day • Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Zoology 3: Land Animals of the 6th Day • Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology • Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics You get all 7 products at one low price! Regular Price: $52.50 This bundles consists of downloadable PDF files. Just follow the instructions to print, cut, and create your own set for each book.
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Free Sample of Education Guru's Progression & Assessment Tracker KS2 Knowledge

Free Sample of Education Guru's Progression & Assessment Tracker KS2 Knowledge

If you want to see what Education Guru's progression & Assessment Tracker for knowledge looks like before you buy it, then this free resource should give you a taster. Have a go at filling in some of your children's data to see how the grid number crunches the data. It also shows you how the NC objectives for Science fit into the statutory Teacher Assessments for Science which are in bold at the start of each grid. This makes it easy for the Year 2 and Year 6 teachers report on each child's progress. This assessment tool also allows you to identify which objectives need more work through the columns at the bottom of each table, as it reports on how many children have achieved the objective and how many need some more input. As the grid passes up with the cohort it allows the next teacher to identify which areas need more work and allows them to identify where an individual may need more support. The example shows just one biology teacher assessment for Key stage 2 . The full resource for Knowledge is spilt into Key stage 1 or Key stage 2 pack or they can be bought as a bundle. There is also a tracking system for the Working Scientifically Teacher Assessments which follows the same format. When you purchase the Tracking systems the full instructions are included.
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SCIENCE FAIR | SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT | MÓVIL

SCIENCE FAIR | SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT | MÓVIL

FERIA DE CIENCIAS | PROYECTO DE CIENCIA | MÓVIL SET INCLUYE 20 VARIACIONES DE TARJETAS DIFERENTES. TODAS LAS IMÁGENES A BLANCO Y NEGRO. LAS TARJETAS INCLUYEN TÍTULO, PREGUNTA, HIPÓTESIS, PROBLEMA, MATERIALES, GRÁFICO, INTRODUCCIÓN, RESUMEN, PROBLEMA, VARIABLES, REFERENCIAS, OBSERVACIONES, PROCEDIMIENTO, INVESTIGACIÓN, DATOS, APLICACIÓN, RESULTADOS, CONCLUSIÓN, PROPÓSITO E REPORTE.
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SCIENCE FAIR | SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT | MOBILE

SCIENCE FAIR | SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT | MOBILE

SCIENCE FAIR | SCIENCE PROJECT | MOBILE SET INCLUDES 20 DIFFERENT CARDS VARIATIONS ARE INCLUDED. ALL BLACKLINE IMAGES. CARDS INCLUDED:TITLE, QUESTION, HYPOTHESIS, PROBLEM, MATERIALS, GRAPH, INTRODUCTION, ABSTRACT, PROBLEM, VARIABLES, REFERENCES, OBSERVATIONS, PROCEDURE, RESEARCH, DATA, APPLICATION, RESULTS CONCLUSION, PURPOSE AND REPORT.
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Apologia  Exploring Creation With Physical Science 2nd Ed INTERACTIVE Lapbook Journal

Apologia Exploring Creation With Physical Science 2nd Ed INTERACTIVE Lapbook Journal

Lapbook Journals are specifically designed to bring a more hands on learning aspect to all levels of Apologia Science. We’ve now made it even more convenient and user friendly with this new interactive format featuring type-in boxes. Students now have the ability to type-in answers and save them directly into the document before printing. This new format for 2nd edition Physical Science features 613 pages of helpful and organized tools for improved retention of this fascinating topic. Cover Pages are included for each module and serve as a helpful record keeping tool to document the beginning and completion dates for each module. Journal Pages for all of the On your Own questions feature decorative boarders and eye pleasing graphics with ample space to type-in answers. Study Guide Questions for each module are represented in two different formats allowing the student to select the method which best suits their learning style. They may choose the more hands on approach with the assembling of the Lapbook Booklets or they may prefer to complete the Journal Pages; both options feature the type-in answer format. Module Summaries are also included and are designed with spaces for typed- in answers. Lab Reports are available in 2 different designs; Partially completed or Blank. The Partially completed Lab Reports feature the Experiment Title and Number, Supply List, Introduction and Procedure. The Blank Lab Reports are provided as a second alternative,and they contain the Experiment Title and Number only, with additional type-in space for information. Both Lab Report formats provide a consistent and orderly means for recording the outcome of each lab studied. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file.
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