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Bumper Year 2 Christmas Activity Bundle

Bumper Year 2 Christmas Activity Bundle

Keep your year 2s busy throughout December with this collection of comprehensions, maths activities, SPaG activities, and interactive advent calendars, all with a Christmas theme. Worth over £50 if bought individually! Included in the bundle are: Christmas Maths Problems Christmas SPaG packs x 2 Comprehensions x 10 Interactive Advent calendars x 2 - maths, jokes Interactive Christmas Quiz General KS1 Activity Booklet All resources also available individually or as part of a smaller bundle.
blossomingminds
Kolory (Colors in Polish) Concentration games

Kolory (Colors in Polish) Concentration games

Set of 12 basic colors. Print on cardstock and cut into cards. Make 1 set for every 2-3 students. One side has the color and the other side has the word for that color in Polish. Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Match Game.
jer520
Bumper Year 1 Christmas Activity Pack

Bumper Year 1 Christmas Activity Pack

Keep your year 1s busy throughout December with this collection of comprehensions, maths activities, phonics activities, and interactive advent calendars, all with a Christmas theme. Worth over £45 if bought individually! Included in the bundle are: Maths activity booklet (20 pages) Phonics activity booklet (20 pages) General activity booklet (30 pages) Comprehensions x 7 packs Interactive Advent calendars x 3 - phonics, maths, jokes Christmas Quiz All resources also available individually or as part of a smaller bundle.
blossomingminds
Polish lesson and resources - Saying hello

Polish lesson and resources - Saying hello

This is a plan and resources for a beginner's Polish lesson to use with KS2 or KS3. It would be perfect to use as a first Polish lesson, as it involves children learning the most basic vocabulary. The plan gives details of a group starter, how to teach the 'greetings' vocabulary, a whole class game, a speaking and listening activity, writing activity and plenary. It is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. All resources needed for the lesson are included in the price. These are: Plan A PowerPoint presentation Starter activity Speaking activity labels Reading activity
blossomingminds
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 1 Applied Anatomy and Physiology

OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 1 Applied Anatomy and Physiology

These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. The bundle includes all of Unit 1 (Applied Anatomy and Physiology) from the GSCE OCR Specification. Please see below for the exact breakdown of lessons provided. Section 1: Anatomy and Physiology Topic 1.1: The structure and function of the skeletal system • Functions of the skeletal system • Upper body bones • Lower body bones • Synovial joints • Types of movement • Types of movement at specific joints • Components of joints Topic 1.2: The muscular system • Muscles of the body • Movement and muscles • Specific roles of muscles in movement • This section also includes flow diagrams to help pupils remember the muscles that cause each movement in the body, e.g. flexion at the arm. Topic 1.3: Movement analysis • Levers • Planes of movement Topic 1.4: Cardiovascular and respiratory systems • Double circulatory system • The role of blood and blood vessels • The structure of the heart • Pathway of blood through the heart • Pathway of air through the respiratory system • Roles of the respiratory muscles in breathing • Aerobic and anaerobic exercise Topic 1.5: The effects of exercise on the body systems. • Short term effects of exercise • Long term effects of exercise
MeghanMonty
The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. The bundle includes whole lessons on: The Respiratory System • The pathway of air through the body. • The roles of the respiratory muscles in breathing. • Aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
MeghanMonty
OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 1.4 (Respiratory System) Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise

OCR GCSE PE 9-1 2016 Unit 1.4 (Respiratory System) Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise

These resources provide teachers with a PowerPoint and corresponding learning booklet, which allows pupils to follow through the lesson step by step with ease. The booklets contain elements from the OCR GCSE specification so pupils are navigated to exactly what they need to know. Additionally, each lesson and subsequently each booklet contains learning intentions and success criteria as well as a 'do it now' task to quickly engage pupils at the beginning of each lesson. Furthermore, each learning booklet offers opportunities for differentiation through gold, silver and bronze tasks and includes exam practice questions and homework. This lesson is for unit 1.4 (Respiratory System) Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise Learning Intention (1): Analyse what happens to the body during exercise. Success Criteria (1): • Recall the differences between aerobic and anaerobic exercise. • Apply practical examples. • Analyse sporting examples and identify where the aerobic and anaerobic system are being used predominantly. Learning Intention (2): Analyse what happens to the body during exercise. Success Criteria (2): Analyse a sporting performance and evaluate the contribution of each system. • Design an observation sheet. • Analyse a sporting performance. • Identify the system being used and record this. • Discuss why this system is being used and evidence your ideas.
MeghanMonty