All About Walruses Nonfiction Unit

All About Walruses Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging Arctic Animal activities? This All About Walruses resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes walrus craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Walruses Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are walruses? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ How do walruses sleep? ☼ Why are walruses social animals? ☼ What are the threats to walruses ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned ☼ Resources Walrus Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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4/14 two minute toothbrushing animated ppt

4/14 two minute toothbrushing animated ppt

Part 4 of 14 two-minute toothbrushing ppt: 5-11 years. KS 1/2, health and teeth. Activity lesson/assembly. Look after your whole body, traffic light labels and how much free sugar is too much? Each ppt with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A/activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ .KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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3/14 two minute toothbrushing animated ppt.

3/14 two minute toothbrushing animated ppt.

Part 3 of 14 two-minute toothbrushing ppt: 5-11 years. KS 1/2, health and teeth. Activity lesson/assembly. Change4life food scanner, look after your whole body. Each ppt with differentiated questions on starter page and differentiated Q&A/ activities. Animated, musical backing, narrated. KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ Y1:  identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body and say which part of the body is associated with each sense. Pupils should have plenty of opportunities to learn the names of the main body parts (including head, neck, arms, elbows, legs, knees, face, ears, eyes, hair, mouth, teeth) .KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
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2/14 two minute toothbrushing animated ppt

2/14 two minute toothbrushing animated ppt

Ages 5-11 KS1/2 Toothbrushing activity lesson or activity whole school assembly. Part 2: Trapped sugars, acid erosion, dried fruit. UK National Curriculum: KS1 Science: ’Most of the learning about science should be done through the use of first-hand practical experiences’ KS2: find out about and describe the basic needs of animals, including humans, for survival (water, food and air)  describe the importance for humans of exercise, eating the right amounts of different types of food, and hygiene. Pupils should be introduced to the basic needs of animals for survival, as well as the importance of exercise and nutrition for humans. Look after your whole body. and what humans need to stay healthy; Y3: identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat They might research different food groups and how they keep us healthy and design meals based on what they find out. Y4: identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Pupils might work scientifically by: comparing the teeth of carnivores and herbivores, and suggesting reasons for differences; finding out what damages teeth and how to look after them Y5/6:  describe the changes as humans develop to old age. Pupils should draw a timeline to indicate stages in the growth and development of humans. Y6: recognise the impact of diet, exercise, drugs and lifestyle on the way their bodies function Pupils should learn how to keep their bodies healthy and how their bodies might be damaged – including how some drugs and other substances can be harmful to the human body Pupils might work scientifically by: exploring the work of scientists and scientific research about the relationship between diet, exercise, drugs, lifestyle and health. Follows children’s book ‘How to ROT your teeth’ written and illustrated by dentist Catherine Shadwell BDS LDS UK 61908. Aims to follow the UK National Curriculum, and latest Public Health England and Change4life guidelines, but is not endorsed by them, it is an independent publication. “Music: www.bensound.com”
katesshadwell
Plant Life Cycles unit (Smart Board Doc & Slide Shows & Review & quiz)

Plant Life Cycles unit (Smart Board Doc & Slide Shows & Review & quiz)

This Plants Life Cycles unit is a great way to teach students about plants and their parts and functions, as well as their importance to our world. This is also a great review on plants and seeds. ★Included in this bundle: -Plants Life Cycles Smart Board document with: visuals, prompts, links to video clips & websites, activity ideas, a review game, and slide shows on plants, seeds, etc. -PowerPoint slide shows on plants, seeds, and seed dispersal -Plants assessment
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Science Experiment Template for Activities: Grades 2 - 6

Science Experiment Template for Activities: Grades 2 - 6

This is a great science template that can be used for most science activities and experiments. It is easy for the students to fill out and understand. It is a nice way to help students stay organized by listing out their prediction, the materials, the plan, and the conclusion (pulling it all together).
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Curious About Living, Non-living and Never Lived

Curious About Living, Non-living and Never Lived

I hope you are ready to tackle one of greatest mysteries - life. The principal focus of science teaching during the early years is to enable students to look closely at the world around them. The world is made of both living and non-living things. This booklet helps students to explore the important differences between the two. It also challenges their thinking about life. This package contains: Introduction - What we know and what we want to know Three posters Living, Non-Living Never Lived - color as well as black and white versions. All about living things All about non-living things All about never lived Living! - How do you know? Non- Living! How do you know Never Lived! How do you know? Ask the snow hare questions about what living things need. Ask the leopard seal questions about non-living things. Ask the robot questions about things that have never lived Facts about living and non-living Wise as an owl Compare and Contrast Three things that living things share Three things that non-living things share Living things need and can Create a Mind Map Non-living things Create a Mind Map Scavenger Hunt Living things Scavenger Hunt Non-living things Think Dive Discuss and ponder over the questions. Think Dive Imagine and Invent
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Curious About Living, Non-living and Never Lived

Curious About Living, Non-living and Never Lived

I hope you are ready to tackle one of greatest mysteries - life. The principal focus of science teaching during the early years is to enable students to look closely at the world around them. The world is made of both living and non-living things. This booklet helps students to explore the important differences between the two. It also challenges their thinking about life. This package contains: Introduction - What we know and what we want to know Three posters Living, Non-Living Never Lived - color as well as black and white versions. All about living things All about non-living things All about never lived Living! - How do you know? Non- Living! How do you know Never Lived! How do you know? Ask the snow hare questions about what living things need. Ask the leopard seal questions about non-living things. Ask the robot questions about things that have never lived Facts about living and non-living Wise as an owl Compare and Contrast Three things that living things share Three things that non-living things share Living things need and can Create a Mind Map Non-living things Create a Mind Map Scavenger Hunt Living things Scavenger Hunt Non-living things Think Dive Discuss and ponder over the questions. Think Dive Imagine and Invent
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All About Sheep Nonfiction Unit

All About Sheep Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging farm animals activities? This All About Sheep resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes sheep craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Sheep Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are sheep? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ Craft Pattern ☼ How do sheepdogs help farmers? ☼ Why do farmers cut the wool from sheep? ☼ What products can be made from sheep’s milk? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned ☼ Resources Sheep Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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All About Pigs Nonfiction Unit

All About Pigs Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging farm animals activities? This All About Pigs resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes pig craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Pig Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are pigs? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ Craft Pattern ☼ What are the different pig breeds? ☼ What are the needs of pigs? ☼ How do pigs stay cool? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned ☼ Resources Pig Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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All About Horses

All About Horses

Looking for fun and engaging farm animals activities? This All About Horses resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes horse craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Horse Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are horses? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ Craft Pattern ☼ How do horses see the things around them? ☼ How do horses express their feelings or moods? ☼ What are the different horse breeds? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned ☼ Resources Horse Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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All About Cows Nonfiction Unit

All About Cows Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging farm animals activities? This All About Cows resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes cow craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Cow Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are cows? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ Craft Pattern ☼ How does a cow digest its food? ☼ What are different cow customs? ☼ What products can be made from the cow’s milk? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned ☼ Resources Cow Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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All About Chickens Nonfiction Unit

All About Chickens Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging farm animals activities? This All About Chickens resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes chicken craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, chicken life cycle worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Chicken Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are chickens? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? (Life cycle of a chicken) ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ Craft Pattern ☼ How can you tell if an egg is fresh and good to eat? ☼ Why do chickens lose their feathers? ☼ What products can be made from the chicken’s egg? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned ☼ Resources Chicken Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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All About Spiders Nonfiction Unit

All About Spiders Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging fall activities? This All About Spiders resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes spider craft pattern, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Spiders Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are spiders? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ What are the uses of the spider’s silk? ☼ What is arachnophobia? ☼ How do spiders protect themselves from predators? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned Spider Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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All About Turkeys Nonfiction Unit

All About Turkeys Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging Thanksgiving activities? This All About Turkeys resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes turkey craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Turkey Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are turkeys? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ Craft Pattern ☼ How are domesticated turkeys and wild turkeys different? ☼ Why do people eat turkey on Thanksgiving? ☼ Why do some wild turkeys live alone? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned ☼ Resources Turkey Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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All About Bats Nonfiction Unit

All About Bats Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging fall activities? This All About Bats resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes bat craft pattern, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Bats Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are bats? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ How do bats locate their food? ☼ Why do bats hang upside down? ☼ How do vampire bats hunt for food? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned Bat Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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Groundhog Nonfiction Unit

Groundhog Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging groundhog day activities? This All About Groundhogs resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes groundhog craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Groundhogs Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are groundhogs? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ What is groundhog day? ☼ Why do groundhogs hibernate? ☼ How do groundhogs protect themselves? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned Groundhog Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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Weather Science Unit

Weather Science Unit

Looking for fun and engaging Weather activities? This All About Weather resource has everything you need for an interactive science unit in your classroom. It includes posters, word cards, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book guide, weather activities, workbook, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 5 pdf files: All About Weather Booklet, Posters and Word cards, Fun Weather Workbook, Lap book Guide and Writing Activities Booklet. All About Weather Booklet ☼ What is weather? ☼ What are the different types of weather? ☼ Why is weather important? ☼ What causes weather? ☼ What makes the weather change? ☼ What is a weather station? ☼ What are the instruments that record changes in weather? ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Activities ☼ Cloud in a Bottle ☼ Fun with Clouds ☼ Weather News Report ☼ Making a Wind Vane ☼ Make an Anemometer ☼ Make a Rain Gauge ☼ Air Temperature Log ☼ My Weather Forecast Fun Weather Workbook ☼ Crossword Puzzle ☼ Word Search ☼ Types of Weather ☼ Color by Number ☼ Types of Clouds ☼ Fact or Opinion ☼ Reading Comprehension ☼ Reading an Air Thermometer ☼ Reading a Temperature Graph ☼ Reading a Rain Gauge ☼ Reading a Rainfall Graph ☼ Reading a Daily Weather Forecast ☼ Reading a Weekly Weather Forecast ☼ Answer Key ☼ Certificate of Achievement Posters and Word Cards ☼ 30 Posters ☼ 30 Word Cards See sample word cards here. Weather Lapbook Guide Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Types of Weather ☼ Note-taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Further Research ☼ Expository Writing ☼ Story Writing Looking for Other Nonfiction Units? Check out the following resources: Science Units Solar System Matter Energy Weather
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Energy Science Unit

Energy Science Unit

Looking for fun and engaging Energy activities? This All About Energy resource has everything you need for an interactive science unit in your classroom. It includes posters, word cards, energy unit booklet, lap book guide, energy activities, workbook, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 5 pdf files: Energy Booklet, Posters and Word Cards, Fun Matter Workbook, Lap Book Guide, and Writing Activities Booklet. All About Energy Booklet ☼ What is energy? ☼ What is the main source of energy for life on Earth? ☼ What are the two main types of energy? ☼ What are the different forms of energy? ☼ What is light? ☼ How does light travel? ☼ What is sound? ☼ How is sound produced? ☼ What is heat? ☼ How does heat flow through solid materials? ☼ What is electricity? ☼ How does electricity flow? ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ ACTIVITIES ☼ Combining Lights ☼ Transparent, Translucent, and Opaque ☼ A Shadow Puppet Show ☼ Studying Shadows ☼ Seeing Vibrations ☼ Medium of Sound ☼ A Simple Stethoscope ☼ A Wind Instrument ☼ Heat Conduction ☼ Exploring Temperature ☼ Exploring a Flashlight ☼ My Own Circuit Fun Energy Workbook ☼ Crossword Puzzle ☼ Word Search ☼ Is it Energy? ☼ What is Energy? ☼ Potential and Kinetic Energy ☼ Fact or Opinion ☼ Reading Comprehension: Energy ☼ Reading Comprehension: Light ☼ Which is a Luminous Source? ☼ Sources of Light ☼ Transparent, Translucent, or Opaque ☼ Transparent Objects ☼ Translucent Objects ☼ Opaque Objects ☼ Light and Shadow ☼ Reading Comprehension: Sound ☼ Sources of Sound ☼ Uses of Sound ☼ Reading Comprehension: Heat ☼ Sources of Heat ☼ Reading Comprehension: Electricity ☼ Which Uses Electricity? ☼ Components of an Electric Circuit ☼ Answer Key ☼ Certificate of Achievement ☼ Copyright page Posters and Word Cards ☼ 24 Posters ☼ 24 Word Cards See sample word cards here. Lap Book Guide Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Forms of Energy ☼ Note-taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Further Research ☼ Expository Writing ☼ Story Writing
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Matter Science Unit

Matter Science Unit

Looking for fun and engaging Matter activities? This All About Matter resource has everything you need for an interactive science unit in your classroom. It includes posters, word cards, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book guide, matter activities, workbook, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 5 pdf files: Matter Booklet, Posters and Word Cards, Fun Matter Workbook, Lap Book Guide, and Writing Activities Booklet. All About Matter Booklet ☼ What is matter? ☼ What are the characteristics of matter? ☼ What are the states of matter? ☼ What is a solid? ☼ What is a liquid? ☼ What is a gas? ☼ What is plasma? ☼ How does matter change? ☼ What are the different changes in state? ☼ What is matter made up of? ☼ Why does matter matter? ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ ACTIVITIES ☼ Measuring Mass ☼ Air has Mass ☼ Matter that Flow ☼ Comparing Solids, Liquids, and Gases ☼ Making Crystals ☼ Water in a Balloon ☼ Making Soap Bubbles ☼ Escaping Gas ☼ Changing the States of Water ☼ Making Ice Cream ☼ Melting Crayon ☼ A Chemical Change Fun Matter Workbook ☼ Crossword Puzzle ☼ Word Search ☼ Is it Matter? ☼ What is Matter? ☼ Characteristics of Matter ☼ Which is a Solid? ☼ Which is a Liquid? ☼ Which is a Gas? ☼ Which is a Plasma? ☼ Changes in State ☼ What is Matter Made up of? ☼ Arrangement of Atoms ☼ Fact or Opinion ☼ Reading Comprehension ☼ Understanding a Flow Chart ☼ Measuring Mass ☼ Comparing Mass of Solids ☼ Measuring Volume ☼ Comparing Volumes of Liquids ☼ Summary of States ☼ Analyzing Experimental Data ☼ Answer Key ☼ Certificate of Achievement Posters and Word Cards ☼ 12 Posters ☼ 12 Word Cards See word cards here. Lap Book Guide Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ States of Matter ☼ Note-taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Further Research ☼ Expository Writing ☼ Story Writing Looking for Other Nonfiction Units? Check out the following resources: Science Units Solar System Matter Energy Weather
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Solar System Science Unit

Solar System Science Unit

Looking for fun and engaging Solar System activities? This All About Solar System resource has everything you need for an interactive science unit in your classroom. It includes posters, word cards, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book guide, solar system activities, workbook, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 5 pdf files: Solar System Booklet, Posters and Word Cards, Solar System Workbook, Lap Book Guide, and Writing Activities Booklet. All About the Solar System Booklet ☼ What is the solar system? ☼ How did the solar system form? ☼ What are the inner planets? ☼ What are the outer planets? ☼ What are dwarf planets? ☼ What are comets? ☼ What are asteroids? ☼ What are meteors? ☼ How do scientists study the solar system? ☼ What will happen to the solar system if the Sun dies or stops burning? ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ ACTIVITIES ☼ Planet Research Pop-Up Card ☼ Solar System Mobile ☼ Bouncy Planets ☼ Making Impact Craters ☼ Nebula Jar ☼ Building a Balloon Rocket ☼ Astronaut Craft ☼ Astronaut Glove Box Solar System Workbook ☼ Crossword Puzzle ☼ Word Search ☼ The Solar System ☼ Which Planet Is It? ☼ Phases of the Moon ☼ Fact or Opinion ☼ Reading Comprehension: Mercury ☼ Reading Comprehension: Venus ☼ Reading Comprehension: Earth ☼ Reading Comprehension: Mars ☼ Reading Comprehension: Jupiter ☼ Reading Comprehension: Saturn ☼ Reading Comprehension: Uranus ☼ Reading Comprehension: Neptune ☼ Which Space Object Is It? ☼ Which Dwarf Planet Is It? ☼ Studying Space Objects ☼ Answer Key ☼ Certificate of Achievement Posters and Word Cards ☼ 28 Posters ☼ 28 Word Cards See sample word cards here. Lap Book Guide Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ The Eight Planets ☼ Note-taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Further Research ☼ Expository Writing ☼ Story Writing Looking for Other Nonfiction Units? Check out the following resources: Science Units Solar System Matter Energy Weather
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Snail Nonfiction Unit

Snail Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging springtime activities? This All About Snails resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes snail craft pattern, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, snail life cycle worksheet, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Snails Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are snails? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? (Snail Life Cycle) ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ Are snails male or female? ☼ What will happen to a snail if it gets in contact with salt? ☼ How do snails breathe? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned Snail Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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Frog Nonfiction Unit

Frog Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging springtime activities? This All About Frogs resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes frog craft pattern, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, frog life cycle worksheet, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Frogs Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are frogs? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? (Frog Life Cycle) ☼ What are the different kinds of frogs? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ How do tadpoles and adult frogs breathe? ☼ How do frogs make sounds? ☼ How do frogs protect themselves from predators? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned Frog Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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Duck Nonfiction Unit

Duck Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging springtime activities? This All About Ducks resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes duck craft pattern, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, duck life cycle worksheet, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Ducks Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are ducks? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? (Duck Life Cycle) ☼ What are the different kinds of ducks? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ How does a duck stay afloat? ☼ How do ducks stay warm in cold weather? ☼ How do ducks protect themselves from predators? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned Duck Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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Parrot Nonfiction Unit

Parrot Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging pet activities? This All About Parrots resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes parrot craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are parrots? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ What are the different kinds of parrots? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ Craft Pattern ☼ How do parrots protect themselves from predators? ☼ Why are parrots classified as endangered animals? ☼ Why do parrots mimic human voice? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned ☼ Resources Parrot Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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Heat and Light,Environment  worksheet pack

Heat and Light,Environment worksheet pack

This pack of three worksheets focuses on Heat and Light,Environment , perfect for GCSE students or could be used with able KS3 pupils. The pack includes: Worksheet 1: include heat and light sources Worksheet 2: allow students to describe pictures. Worksheet 3: : allow students Give title and colour the picture. .
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Sea Star Nonfiction Unit

Sea Star Nonfiction Unit

Looking for fun and engaging ocean animal activities? This All About Sea Stars resource has everything you need for an interactive nonfiction unit in your classroom. It includes sea star craft, nonfiction unit booklet, lap book, worksheets, answer key, graphic organizers, and writing activities. This comprehensive packet includes 3 pdf files: nonfiction unit booklet, craft guide, and writing activities booklet. Sea Star Nonfiction Booklet ☼ What are sea stars? ☼ What do they look like? ☼ Where do they live? ☼ How long do they live? ☼ What do they eat? ☼ What do they do? ☼ How do they grow? ☼ Worksheets ☼ Answer Key ☼ Fun Facts ☼ Recommended Books and Videos ☼ Lapbook Guide ☼ How do sea stars protect themselves? ☼ What controls the sea star’s movement in the water? ☼ What are the threats to sea stars? ☼ Open Inquiry: I have a question! ☼ Here’s what I found ☼ Pair and Share: The Best Thing I’ve Learned Sea Star Craft ☼ Assembly Guide ☼ Colored Patterns ☼ Tracing Patterns Matching Reading to Writing Booklet ☼ Before Reading ☼ K-W-L ☼ Can, Have, Are ☼ Note-Taking ☼ Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details ☼ Comparing and Contrasting ☼ Author’s Purpose ☼ After Reading ☼ Opinion Writing ☼ Expository Writing (Presenting Facts) ☼ Expository Writing (Explaining a Process) ☼ Story Writing ☼ Tracing, Drawing, Coloring ☼ Comic Strip Writing
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Weather Instruments - Display Posters, Informational Text, Worksheets, Cut/Paste, Display Letterings

Weather Instruments - Display Posters, Informational Text, Worksheets, Cut/Paste, Display Letterings

Teacher’s notes/guide (2 pages) A great addition to your weather unit activities. The product contains: • Letterings that spell ‘WEATHER INSTRUMENTS’ • 17 Posters with photos and description for wall display • 9 Factsheet Posters with clipart weather instruments • 9 Worksheets • 9 Blank writing slips for students to complete • 9 cut and glue match up weather activity LO: To learn weather instruments and what they are used for. Includes lesson starter. Letterings that spell ‘WEATHER INSTRUMENTS’ Seasonal lettering designs and plain white lettering that spell out weather instruments in upper case. Just print, laminate and cut around letters and attach to your wall display. 17 posters for display show photographs of each instrument and some facts. The posters are also on PowerPoint so that you can read them through with your class. Weather instruments: Anemometer Atmometer Barometer Wind vane Wind sock Hygrometer Thermometer Sling psychrometer Weather balloon Weather satellite Rain gauge Snow gauge Pilot Balloon Weather map Weather radar Stevenson screen These factsheet posters will help students complete their independent activities. 9 Factsheets clipart weather instruments These can be used as flashcards and/or you can also put a selection on students’ desks to complete their independent activities. <strong>The main weather instruments are: Anemometer, Barometer, Wind vane, Wind sock, Hygrometer, Thermometer, Weather balloon, Weather satellite and Rain gauge.</strong> Independent work 9 Worksheets: The more able students can complete the whole page worksheets. They write one or more facts about the instrument shown. Their writing should contain a lot more detail which they can obtain from the factsheets. Activity 1 - Cut out lined strips with picture of weather instrument: For students who can write one or two sentences about the weather instrument. Write the instrument and a sentence about it. Activity 2 – Read and match, cut and glue activity: Each strip of paper has a picture of a weather instrument and on a separate bit of paper is a description of an instrument. Students read the description of an instrument and then glue it to the correct picture on the strip of paper. Please see Preview Pane. Thank you for visiting my shop:-)
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Crayon Melting | Art meets Science

Crayon Melting | Art meets Science

A dash of science and a lot of crayons leads to this really fun and effective art piece! [ LET’S GET SOCIAL ] 👉FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/LittleLearnersVideos 👉INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/LittleLearnersVidoes 👉TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/L_Learners
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Frog Lifecycles Lapbook

Frog Lifecycles Lapbook

Plan for your frogs life cycle unit with this easy to use science lapbook!! Frogs unit lesson plans are easy to organize with these mini-books. It also makes an adorable end of unit project display. Most of the included mini-books also work well in your existing interactive notebooks! This Frogs Lapbook Includes Mini-Books For: Vocabulary Real frogs vs story frogs Frogs’ needs A frog’s habitat An emergent reader mini-book about species diversity Frog life cycle lift the flap book Writing paper for a student writing project Frog decoration craft to top it all off! Create a beautiful end of Unit Display! Lapbooks are a wonderful way to help students visualize connections in their learning. They also serve as visual prompts when students present their learning to others. Teach a little each day of your unit and your students will have a beautiful big book of their very own to take home to their parents when they are done.
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It's a Buggy Situation: A Common Core Aligned Reading and Science Insect Unit  - Four Bonus Videos

It's a Buggy Situation: A Common Core Aligned Reading and Science Insect Unit - Four Bonus Videos

Do you ever wish that you had a resource that involved all of the core informational text reading strategies within areas of science and/or socials studies? Look no further! The “It’s a Buggy Situation” Reading and Science Insect unit is here! As educators, we know that comprehending informational text can be challenging for most students. This unit provides multiple opportunities for your students to interact with informational text in a fun and concrete way. In addition, it provides the students a connection with the real world by them engaging in research through the use of technology! This unit of study involves a 4-week study of insects. The topics are as follows: Topic #1: Killer Bees (Week 1) Topic #2: What is a Butterfly? (Week 2) Topic # 3: Ladybug Anatomy (Week 3) Topic # 4: Eating Bugs (A student Favorite!!) (Week 4) Each topic includes: Informational Text Articles. Common Core Aligned Comprehension Questions. Real World Internet Investigation Activities. Graphic Organizers [Venn Diagram, Life Cycle (Sequencing), Cause-Effect, Problem-Solution] Extensive Brief Constructed Responses base on Graphic Organizer notations. Unit Implementation Suggestions The unit includes suggestions on how to implement the unit. Answer Keys In addition, each activity within the unit has a thorough answer key. Student Packet We know that student packets make life much easier for both the teacher and the students. That is why we have a student packet with cover sheet including each activity in the unit. Certificates of Completion Certificates of completion helps you, your students, and parents celebrate the completion of the It’s a Buggy Situation” unit. Image Source: https://goo.gl/W7CaES Bonus Videos Killer Bees - National Geographic: https://goo.gl/kW5sFh Butterfly: A Life - National Geographic:https://goo.gl/F5ukiG The Life Cycle of a Lady Bug: https://goo.gl/mZs6fw Should We Eat Bugs? by Emma Bryce (Ted ED):
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The Water Cycle: Worksheets and Cut and Paste Activities and Jigsaw Puzzles (Colour/b&w)

The Water Cycle: Worksheets and Cut and Paste Activities and Jigsaw Puzzles (Colour/b&w)

This resource comprises 5 worksheets on the water cycle and a missing jigsaw activity. The worksheets are also on PowerPoint and PDF format. These are additional worksheets you can give out during the lesson, use as assessment on the water cycle or as homework.  Two worksheets require students to write about the water cycle in their own words.  Three worksheets entail cut and paste activities. The simpler activities are cutting out the word strips and glue them onto the correct blank space to show the water cycle process.  The other cut and paste activity requires students to write the title in their workbooks or on a separate sheet of paper. Then they write about each word, cut out the strip and glue it into their workbooks. Some students may only be able to complete 4 strips. Let them choose a word to write about. Once the students have written something about each word, they can draw a picture for each strip.  There is a jigsaw puzzle to complete. It has 4 pieces missing with which students complete the puzzle picture of the water cycle. When this is completed, student cut out and stick the labels into the correct spaces on the completed puzzle. A finished puzzle is included to how the puzzle should look. NB: The picture was drawn on the computer and coloured in by hand.  Missing Jigsaw Puzzle pieces (b/w) – Print off the page with just one puzzle piece in place. Students complete the whole puzzle by cutting out the rest of the puzzles (8 pieces) and sticking them in place to complete the water cycle picture. Then as above, cut out the words and glue beneath the correct picture, e.g. precipitation would go beneath the rain cloud. Students can then colour in. Hope you enjoy using these resources.
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Our Solar System / Planets Fact Sheets

Our Solar System / Planets Fact Sheets

11 Fact Sheets –one for each planet in our solar system including the Sun and the Moon: brief descriptions and table including type, diameter, distance from Sun, how many hours for a day, how many days for a year, temperature on the surface, number of rings, number of moons, first time recorded and by whom it was recorded by. Suggest folding in half and laminate. Space/ Our Solar System / Planets Word Mats 5 Word Mats including 3 x with definitions of related topic words in alphabetic order; 1 x table with detailed information about each planet; 1x image of our solar system’s planets and their orbits ( 2 versions! including one in full colour background). Suggest laminating. Other resources on TES: I have created a variety of worksheets - some can be used with the help of information texts or/and Internet as a means to record answers as well as further activities that can be linked to other Science topics ( Forces & Materials) Thanks for looking :)
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Our Solar System / Planets Worksheets

Our Solar System / Planets Worksheets

I have created a variety of worksheets - some can be used with the help of information texts or/and Internet as a means to record answers. • Fill in the missing words to complete fact sheets about the Sun and each planet and Moon in our solar system • Temperatures : identify the planets different temperatures and write their names on the thermometer (use table about planets – included) • Match descriptions to pictures of planets (cut and paste) • Cut out pictures of Sun, planets and Moon to create our solar system and how planets orbit around the Sun or/and create a line diagram to show the distance each planet have from the Sun • Label planets orbiting in our solar system • In Orbit: fill in the missing words to complete facts about our Earth, Moon and Sun’s orbits • Space Exploration: fill in the missing words to complete facts about different spacecrafts Further activities that can be linked to other Science topics • Gravity Pulls: work out own weight in Newtons; how much you weigh if you were on the Moon • Gravity and Other Forces: complete facts about different forces using terms ‘gravity, air resistance, thrust and friction’. • Solids, Liquids and Gases: Draw lines to sort each of these materials into the correct group; recognize what different planets (Mars, Earth, Saturn) are made of • Dissolving and Separating: carry fair tests to find out which materials dissolves in water; in cold water; and in hot water Thanks for looking :)
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Water Cycle, Clouds, Weather: PowerPoint Presentations, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

Water Cycle, Clouds, Weather: PowerPoint Presentations, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

<strong>This Weather Bundle contains:</strong> Presentations for teaching Flexible Lesson Plans Matching Activities Cut and Paste Tasks Reading Comprehensions Worksheets Flash cards for water cycle/clouds Weather Instruments Fun stuff Students will learn about the water cycle and types of clouds and types of precipitation, i.e. why some clouds produce rain, snow, sleet and hail. Lots of resources are to hand. Some preparation is required such as printing and laminating small photos of clouds for matching activities. Please see individual description for each product. Thank you for stopping by my shop:-)
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'Giving to help others' Assembly

'Giving to help others' Assembly

‘Giving to help others’ (http://givingtohelpothers.org) primary school assembly pack is an age appropriate presentation developed by teachers for teachers and it is linked to the KS1 and KS2 PSHE curriculum. Founded by charity Team Margot Foundation in partnership with NHS Blood and Transplant, ‘Giving to help others’ introduces primary school children to the concept of giving blood, platelets, bone marrow, stem cells and ultimately organs so that this type of conversation becomes the ‘norm’ rather than the exception. Although the children are too young to donate, the hope is that they go home and tell their adult loved ones at home and within their communities that they are able to help others now. The assembly pack is free and easily downloadable from the website givingtohelpothers.org. No pre-work is required because the PowerPoint presentation includes teacher notes to compliment the short animated video alongside a series of questions to help the children’s understanding. There is also text available that can be sent to parents / carers either before the assembly or afterwards in a newsletter. If preferred, the ‘Giving to help others’ assembly pack can also be given within the classroom. The delivery of ‘Giving to help others’ takes approximate 20 minutes. Please note that a new module on Blood is currently being developed for Year 6 and it will fit in with the STEM Statutory National Curriculum, as well as touching on the PSHE KS2 Association Programme of Study. It will also have strong links to the English Curriculum as well as Science and PSHE. New modules will be added annually to the ‘Giving to help others’ education programme.
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Reading Comprehension Non Fiction Worksheets-Snow, Sleet and Hail, Gap-filling (Cloze activities)

Reading Comprehension Non Fiction Worksheets-Snow, Sleet and Hail, Gap-filling (Cloze activities)

A lovely addition to work on weather and seasons. The worksheets contain facts about snow, sleet and hail which the children will enjoy reading about. All the worksheets are on PPT and pdf. So you can pre-teach any vocabulary. In the gap-filling tasks, students work in pairs and have to work together to complete their respective worksheets. <strong>This resource comprises:</strong> • two non-fiction reading comprehensions plus questions. • two gap-filling exercises – Pair work collaboration is required. <strong>How we get snow and sleet - Reading comprehension</strong> Students read the text and answer 5 questions. They look for the answers in the text, tick correct statements and write full answers. Gap-filling activity – Students work in pairs to complete the missing information in Worksheet A and Worksheet B. Partner A will have worksheet A and Partner B will have worksheet B. In order to complete their worksheets, the students will have to read together to fill in the missing words on their respective worksheets. <strong>How we get hail - Reading comprehension</Strong> Students read the text and answer 5 questions. Students are required to look for the answers in the text, tick true or false statements and say why, write full answers and make a list. Gap-filling activity – Students work in pairs to complete the missing information in Worksheet A and Worksheet B. As above, Partner A will have worksheet A and Partner B will have worksheet B. In order to complete their worksheets, the students will have to read together to fill in the missing words on their respective worksheets. Thank you for your interest in this product.
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Silent Night

Silent Night

Silent Night is a journey through the night, designed to teach children about various nocturnal activity in a creative and visually stimulating way. Ideal for teaching Nocturnal Activity for the Key Stage 1 part of the national curriculum, Silent Night is story is a very subtle tale, helping children discover all the various creatures that roam around the land at night. Parents and children can imagine themselves hearing and observing the animals as they travel through the scenes. This would be an excellent educational tool for KS1 children learning about nocturnal animals. It is a brilliant resource with exciting images that will make learning about animals fun! Please note, I am selling this resource as a pdf, so you can use it as a presentation. If you would like to buy this resource as a book, please go to: Hardback Paperback If you would like to order Silent Night in bulk, please contact me and I can arrange a discount.
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Clouds:  Additional Worksheets - Comparing and Describing and What Am I? Worksheets

Clouds: Additional Worksheets - Comparing and Describing and What Am I? Worksheets

This product contains additional worksheets for the unit on weather and seasons. It entails reading, writing and sketching. <strong>Content:</strong> Worksheet – Describing Clouds Worksheet – What Am I? Additional worksheets for the weather and seasons unit. <strong>Describing Clouds (1 page)</strong> Student describe pairs of clouds to show how they are different from each other, and then draw/sketch a picture. They can sketch from memory or look up images of these clouds in non-fiction books or on the computer. For example, on the worksheet, students will see that the ‘Cirrus and Nimbostratus’ clouds are sub-headings; the ‘Cumulus and Cumulonimbus’ are sub-headings and the ‘Cirrocumulus and Altocumulus’ are sub-headings. Once the worksheet is completed, students can see the difference between the sets of clouds. <strong>What Am I? Worksheets (2 pages) + Answer Sheets</strong> There are 5 clouds containing descriptions. Students read the description in each cloud and write the name of the cloud that is described and then draw a picture of it. An Answer Sheet is provided with these worksheets. Download: 6 pages - right click on zip file and then open the folder. Thank you for visiting my store.
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