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Sharks  -  PowerPoint and Worksheets

Sharks - PowerPoint and Worksheets

**Sharks - PowerPoint and Worksheets ** Kids love sharks! This download teaches students about sharks. All you need for your lesson plans are in this download. There is a fun, detailed 58 slide PowerPoint on the where sharks live, details and facts about the how they spend their time, information about how they hunt and eat, a look at the different types of sharks and a brief look at the parts of a shark. There are also differentiated, 8 page, sharks worksheets to allow children to demonstrate their understanding and assist their learning. Great for a shark project! This download includes: Complete 58 slide PowerPoint 8 page worksheets (x3 differentiated) Blank worksheets Answer sheets Thanks for looking Please remember to leave feedback, for updates and promotions you can also follow me here ** Some of my other products: ** ** Big Science Bundle Pack** ** Complete Space and the Solar System Workbook ** Complete Dialogues and Play Scripts Writing Unit
TheGingerTeacher
Water Cycle Investigation

Water Cycle Investigation

Students observe a closed system using a bowl containing some water that is sealed with plastic wrap. They explain their observations and relate their explanations of the water cycle.
TheTeachersFriend
Turn It Off

Turn It Off

In this lesson, students investigate the way different appliances are turned on and off and explore how they can use these functions to save energy.
TheTeachersFriend
Pour It On The Plants

Pour It On The Plants

In this lesson students will explore the way soil and plants contribute to the purification of contaminated water in nature. Students conduct experiments to compare how successful soil and plants are in removing particulates from water by watering plants with contaminated water and assessing the filtered water for turbidity. This activity requires considerable preparation and resources but is simple and effective to run.
TheTeachersFriend
Let's Save Energy

Let's Save Energy

Through the use of a flashcard game, students explore some of the reasons why saving energy is important for our environment. They begin to think about what actions they can take to save energy.
TheTeachersFriend
Know Your Ecosystem

Know Your Ecosystem

Students investigate ecosystem diversity by comparing a variety of ecosystems. They identify the key features and suggest the main factors that influence them. They ask questions about the conservation and threats to ecosystems of interest.
TheTeachersFriend
Get To Know A Bug

Get To Know A Bug

Students compare the structure of a bee and an ant. They discover how these anatomical structures relate to function and help the animal to survive.
TheTeachersFriend
Clean It Up

Clean It Up

In this activity students will explore the processes through which water is made safe for drinking. Students will observe teacher demonstrations around the various processes involved in treating water and will also work in groups to conduct an experiment around one of the stages of water treatment. This activity requires considerable preparation and resources but is simple and effective to run.
TheTeachersFriend
Who Tops The Taste Test?

Who Tops The Taste Test?

In this activity students participate in a test comparing the taste of tap water and bottled water. They then collate and graph data collected and consider the implications of their findings.
TheTeachersFriend
Where Is Your Favourite Place In Nature?

Where Is Your Favourite Place In Nature?

In this lesson students are asked to start expressing their views about nature and place. Students will head outside to an area of their school yard. Working in groups, students respond to questions about nature, recording their ideas on separate pieces of paper that the class will then compile to make a flip chart. They then express their personal views through a drawing or a story.
TheTeachersFriend
Story Of A River

Story Of A River

In this lesson students investigate what happens when people’s activities result in water pollution. Pollution on land is simulated with the addition of easily obtained materials in a clear bowl of water. Students make links with retaining healthy waterways with preventing polluting substances from reaching them.
TheTeachersFriend
What Do Worms Do All Day?

What Do Worms Do All Day?

Students make a mini worm farm in a bottle and see exactly how worms move when underground. Through this activity students will understand how worms help to improve soil quality.
TheTeachersFriend
Stop The Ice Melting

Stop The Ice Melting

Students experiment with creating coolers out of a range of materials, testing to see which materials best keep an ice cube from melting. Through this activity students will understand how insulators can reduce the speed at which items heat up or cool down.
TheTeachersFriend
Staying Afloat

Staying Afloat

In this activity students will experiment with the surface tension of water using pepper and dish washing liquid. Through this activity students will understand that surface tension can support light materials under specific conditions.
TheTeachersFriend
Make Your Own Lightning

Make Your Own Lightning

In this activity students create their own ‘lightning’ by watching a spark that travels between a charged surface and a fork. Through this activity students will understand that a variety of sources can be used to generate electricity.
TheTeachersFriend
Floating In Salt Water

Floating In Salt Water

This activity is designed to encourage children to investigate whether objects sink or float in fresh water and salt water. Children will discover that salt water is more dense than fresh water so objects float more easily in it, and they will observe that salt water sinks when added to fresh water. This activity is designed to help connect children to the wonders of the natural world through sensory and play-based learning.
TheTeachersFriend
Creating Shadows

Creating Shadows

This activity is designed to encourage children to explore how shadows are created. Children will discover that different light sources and different materials can create different kinds of shadows. Older children will also discover that the sun can create shadows of different width and length at different times of the day. This activity is designed to help connect children to the wonders of the natural world through sensory and play-based learning.
TheTeachersFriend
Creating Rockets

Creating Rockets

In this experiment, students make a rocket using a film canister, an antacid tablet and water. They then explore the variables of the experiment, changing the quantity of each material and observing the impact on the results. Finally, they explore the scientific occurrence and consider whether the reaction is reversible.
TheTeachersFriend
Cloud On A Spoon

Cloud On A Spoon

This activity is designed to encourage children to observe clouds – their shapes, colours and textures. Children will conduct experiments to create their own clouds on the back of a spoon and will be encouraged to think about how this has occurred. This activity is designed to help connect children to the wonders of the natural world through sensory and play-based learning.
TheTeachersFriend
3, 2, 1 Lift-Off

3, 2, 1 Lift-Off

In this experiment, students make a rocket using a film canister, an antacid tablet and water. Through this experiment, students will understand that mixing materials can result in a variety of consequences.
TheTeachersFriend
Sound Out Nature

Sound Out Nature

In this activity students get out into an ecosystem and record the sounds that they hear. The sounds can be recorded (e.g. on a tablet), or through drawings or brief explanatory notes.
TheTeachersFriend
School Ground Food Web

School Ground Food Web

Students investigate the interconnected relationships within a simplified food web. Students deduce the impact on the food web when components are changed.
TheTeachersFriend
Human BODY SYSTEMS Worksheets, Reading Comprehension, Posters

Human BODY SYSTEMS Worksheets, Reading Comprehension, Posters

This is a set of activities for teaching about human body systems. Includes the following systems: ✓ circulatory ✓ digestive ✓ endocrine ✓ excretory ✓ lymphatic ✓ muscular ✓ nervous ✓ reproductive ✓ respiratory ✓ skeletal POSTERS This pack includes 11 full-color posters with a description and diagram of each system. There are two posters for the reproductive system - one for male and one for female. VOCABULARY MATCH Includes a picture card for each system and a description card. These can be used as an independent activity in a center or during whole group instruction. READING COMPREHENSION There are 10 reading passages with comprehension questions. Each worksheet also includes a diagram of the system that students will label. Includes answer keys. WORKSHEETS Two worksheets that require students to identify the function of each system and name three major parts of each system. These are provided in two versions to allow for differentiation: fill-in-the-blank and cut-and-paste. Includes answer keys.
FishyTeacher
PLURALS

PLURALS

Students learn several pairs of nouns, identify those with the same ending and complete the rules. Plural of noun to practice
Olynj
It's All About Energy

It's All About Energy

In this lesson, students first explore a range of renewable energy sources and their value. They then engage in an outdoor game in which they revise terms relating to key sources of renewable energy. Finally, they reflect upon sources of renewable energy that could be useful in their own community.
TheTeachersFriend
Invent An Animal

Invent An Animal

In this lesson students think about and discuss features of animals and the relevance of these features to ensuring the survival of the animal. They then create their own animals, describing and illustrating their features and developing a written description of their traits. This lesson draws on skills from Science, Visual Arts and English as students develop knowledge of living things, drawing skills and engage in descriptive writing.
TheTeachersFriend
How Can We Help Plants And Animals?

How Can We Help Plants And Animals?

In this lesson, students learn the difference between native and introduced species of plants and animals. They explore different ways they can protect native plants and animals as well as their pets and gardens.
TheTeachersFriend
Evaluating Renewable Energy Sources

Evaluating Renewable Energy Sources

Students are introduced to potential solutions to our energy issues. Working in groups they evaluate a range of renewable energy technologies and formulate an independent opinion about whether this type of energy is viable.
TheTeachersFriend
Cool Questions About Energy

Cool Questions About Energy

In this lesson students identify questions of interest and find ways of obtaining information about energy. They present the information they have gathered to the class and explore information found by others.
TheTeachersFriend
Reception/EYFS - Autumn Term Planning - Maths/English/Topic

Reception/EYFS - Autumn Term Planning - Maths/English/Topic

Brought to you from Early Years/Reception ideas in partnership with The Educators Corner. This pack contains early years progression planning used within the Autumn Term. This planning contains medium term plans, weekly maths/english/topic planning and enhanced provision weekly plans.
TheEducatorsCorner
Zoo Animals - Activities, Games and Resources

Zoo Animals - Activities, Games and Resources

**Use this super exciting pack to accompany a trip to the zoo or a zoo topic! Included are the following … Zoo animal hunt printable (in colour and B&W): to use on a visit to the zoo. Children should hunt for the animals shown and tick when they find them. Zoo animal jigsaws: 6jigsaws in colour and B&W. Just print out, laminate and cut up. Learn about the different parts of animals with these adorable jigsaws! Zoo animal spinners and activity prompt sheet: 1 colour spinner and 1 B&W spinner each containing 6 animals. Ideas for how to use the spinners provided. Zoo animal word mat (in colour and B&W): use this delightful word mat with writing activities. Zoo animal writing paper, both in colour and B&W: zoo themed paper to use for writing activities. Zoo animal board game (in colour and B&W), playing pieces, die and instructions: who will be first to reach the zoo? Thank you for looking at my product. I would really appreciate feedback if you decide to buy!**
noworksheetsallowed
Minibeast Bingo

Minibeast Bingo

A great starter activity for KS1 when teaching mini beasts or insects in Science. Print this resource several times, laminate and cut up the photos and hide in a tray with shredded paper. Place a tray on each table and challenge the children to work together to place the photos they find on the correct name of each mini beast. The table to complete first is the winner! This resource is differentiated by having a brief description of some of the more difficult to identify mini beasts, such as distinguishing between the damselfly and the dragon fly, written on the card…
MrEarlyYears
Tudors - Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Tudors - Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Contains a PowerPoint which is a quiz based around Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? It asks children 6 different questions and they must give the correct cure to the illness. Once they have got them all right then the children will be Tudor doctors. Fun as an end of lesson or end of topic activity. Children can work as a whole class.
HollywoodR95
Water Transport in Plants Lesson

Water Transport in Plants Lesson

KS2 Science PowerPoint Lesson and worksheets on water transport in plants. This is the third lesson in a series of Year 3 Science lessons on Plants. Corresponds to the Year 3 Science statutory requirements: investigate the way in which water is transported within plants. 18 pages including the front cover and Hoppy Times terms and conditions. In this lesson, students learn the meaning of the plant water transport system; learn to explain how water travels through the xylem tubes of a plant in the process called capillary action; predict and discuss why water is important to each part of a plant; they are also encouraged to make up a dance to explain how the water transport in plants works. Resources needed for the lesson: PowerPoint (included); differentiated worksheets (1 per student); celery stalks cut into smaller pieces for observation of xylem. Independent worksheets included (differentiated 3 ways). The PowerPoint text is editable, making it easier to customise and tailor to the needs of your class. I will also be uploading a Capillary Action investigation to go as an extension to this lesson. Please check back soon. HoppyTimes
hoppytimes
Science / DT Pneumatics Project

Science / DT Pneumatics Project

Great Science OR DT project for KS2 students All you need is some syringes (you can use the same syringes used for Calpol) or larger ones from the chemist AND some plastic tubing (to connect the syringes). The rest of the equipment can brought in by the students. I’ve attached the following: Slide show UOW Letter home requesting materials Pneumatic toy design worksheet Enjoy!
Lresources4teachers
Fingerprinting Activity

Fingerprinting Activity

A simple fingerprinting activity for science KS3 (Year 7 or 8) lessons which also incorporates some numeracy skills, such as tallying different types of fingerprint in the classroom and calculating percentages of each type of fingerprint. All that is required is this worksheet and some standard HB pencils, so could also be a science lesson used at KS2 primary level.
nppatt
Engineering Readings & Printable Game

Engineering Readings & Printable Game

If you are looking for FUN and ENGAGING STEM activities and resources focused on ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION OF MACHINES, here is a great bundle of posters, readings and classroom activities. The STEM activities give students an opportunity to experiment with the concept of forces and apply their knowledge by creating their own inventions. The printable posters are a great visual reinforcement for your students with simple explanations and comparisons of the concepts. The ebook in PDF format explains the key ideas about machines, robotics, and technology. KEY IDEAS: ● Simple machines and their functions ● Efficiency involved in the use of machines to facilitate human work and save energy and resources ● Building simple structures that can accomplish a particular function Engineering readings, activities and printables bundle pack contains: ● Classroom activity: The Paper Automaton - an activity where you build a small 3D paper Elesapiens able to move its arms through a rotating mechanism ● Poster: Ele…matic – a downloadable and printable material containing templates and assembly sequences for the offline activity of "The Paper Automaton" ● Poster: Robots Types and Uses – a printable document illustrating what robots are, their main uses and types or shapes ● Key Concepts About Machines – an interactive notebook that presents key concepts of machines, robotics and technology ● Classroom activity: The Useless Machine – a class project where you build a Rube Goldberg machine; an absurdly complex machine that performs a simple activity ● Classroom activity: A Machine World – two class activities that help students to discover the presence of simple machines in our everyday environment ● Classroom activity: Build a rocket - with this fun activity students can exercise creativity and understand the operation of Newton’s Third Law of action-reaction, by building a rocket powered by air and water ● Classroom activity: Making a Periscope - a STEM activity witch divided in two parts, the experimentation and the construction Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
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Waves and Sound Learning Unit

Waves and Sound Learning Unit

If you are looking for a LEARNING UNIT about PROPERTIES OF LIGHT AND COLORS, here is a great bundle of AN eBook, activity, quiz, glossary and posters. The eBook in PDF format can be printed or viewed in digital form as a slide presentation. It includes key ideas about the properties of light, natural and artificial light sources, and colors. All the new vocabulary is collected in the glossary where students will find simple definitions and explanations. The printable infographics offer explanations of certain concepts combined with attractive visual representations. The quiz and the classroom activity can be used as both an evaluation tool of knowledge and skills, and as a self-evaluation tool for students. KEY IDEAS: ● Light propagation and energy transfer from one place to another ● Different objects in front of light ● Reflection of light and the ability to see things and color ● Colors and its relation with the decomposition of white light Light Unit contains: ● Key Concepts About Light – A PDF handbook with key definitions about light and colors ● Glossary of Light – A reference guide that explains new vocabulary ● Poster: Characteristics of Light – An infographic featuring examples of natural and artificial light sources and explaining the differences between opaque, translucent and transparent object ● Quiz: Superquiz – Light – 31 questions divided in three levels of difficulty depending on the cognitive processes they require to review and assess students’ knowledge ● Poster: Light and Colors – A poster with several graphic examples of the decomposition of white light, and how the colors we see depend on the part of light reflected and absorbed by an object ● Classroom activity: Making a Periscope – A STEM activity divided into two parts, the experimentation and the construction Find lots of fun digital and interactive science resources at www.elesapiens.com. Discover our tools and services for Schools and Teachers.
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