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Thinking Cards

Thinking Cards

2 A4 pages of thnking cards to use with early years children, asking questions, (some serious, some silly), to get the children thinking. Could be used as part of circle time or for a quick warm-up at the beginning of the day.
alison_stewart
HIV/AIDS: Quiz exploring myths

HIV/AIDS: Quiz exploring myths

a powerpoint quiz on HIV/AIDS and myths, used this when teaching Two Weeks With the Queen. N.B make sure your group has the maturity levels to deal with its contents, so feel free to adapt the content accordingly. This resource will also be useful for SRE lessons.
fluffykat9
Do our eyes need light to see?

Do our eyes need light to see?

A Year 1 resource I am using for Light and Dark science topic. Children write up results after experiment. Eg Use a dark room or box and ask children to read a book, then ask them to turn a torch on and notice the difference.
Pyeby
Food - a fact of life

Food - a fact of life

The website: * provides advice, support and downloadable resources for teachers about healthier eating in school; * contains interactive learning activities for children, as well as activity and information sheets; * supports healthy schools initiatives
anon518
Unmuddle the meals

Unmuddle the meals

Unmuddle the meals sets children the challenge to disassemble composite dishes into their basic ingredients, and link these to the Balance of Good Health. It shows how choosing a balance of foods over time can support healthy eating.
anon518
What are you afraid of?

What are you afraid of?

A PSHE handout to use when exploring what people are afraid of. It lists some phobias and their medical names such as the fear of Bald people- Peladophobia! This could be used as part of a light hearted introduction.
sas-b