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Masks Poster Pack 2- Recreational  and Disguise

Masks Poster Pack 2- Recreational and Disguise

This is Set 2 (containing 13 posters) of the Types of Masks Poster Pack, a collection of over 50 posters in four packs depicting a range of different types of masks from around the world. Set 2's thirteen posters are organised into two groups. Group one is protective masks found in common sports and recreational activities and includes Paintballing, Fencing, Scuba Diving, Ice Hockey, Baseball, Skiing and Kendo. The second group covers masks to disguise identities and includes Criminal, Police Officer, Activist/Protester, Wild West Outlaw and Superhero.. An introductory poster contains background information. A PowerPoint presentation is included with all the main photographs and the text. Each poster features a large, photograph highlighting the mask in context. A smaller photograph shows variations on that style of mask. A small information box details the masks use and function. The mask set was designed with the Drama teacher in mind as part of a comprehensive collection of masks. Masks can be integrated into many other areas of the curriculum and would be useful as topic starters in English, discussions of occupations and careers in HASS, models for Design and Technology or for creative play and art work. Pack 1 focuses on occupational protective masks including beekeeper, firefighter and surgeon. Pack 3 will focus on masks in entertainment such as the theatre and movies. Pack 4 will be a Cultural pack and look at ethnic and historical masks.
OzFlynx
Daily Living Skill Into PowerPoint

Daily Living Skill Into PowerPoint

Introduce your students to the Daily Living Skills series with this informational power point presentation. The presentation explains WHY students will be using the program (to gain transition skills) and then explains HOW to use the Unit Checklist, Answer Key and Parent Letters. Use this presentation for your students, or as a Back-to-School or Parent Presentation for the community. Clear, concise and student-friendly, this presentation will set the stage for a successful implementation of this Life Skills Program.
susan_traugh
ESL Games - Clothing Bingo

ESL Games - Clothing Bingo

This pdf file includes 30 Clothing Bingo game boards and 36 images for use as draw cards. Also included is a Clothing Chart for posting on a classroom wall or into students' notebooks for a reference they'll return to again and again! Remember, Bingo isn't just for numbers or special occasions! Think of Bingo as a lesson review disguised as a game! Did you know there are dozens of variations on Bingo? Try having kids choose their winning numbers before they begin playing! For an inverted version of the game, set the rule that the LAST player to get Bingo wins! Try these clothing resources on for size! Digital Clothing Bingo on Google Slides! Clothing I Have Who Has Activity Clothing Flash Cards Clothing Chart Included in our Bingo Bundle at 30% savings!
kinneybrothers
Winter Bundle: Kids and Objects! (32 BW and Color ClipArt!

Winter Bundle: Kids and Objects! (32 BW and Color ClipArt!

BRRR! Get ready for the winter fun with this unique seasonal clip-art BUNDLE featuring diverse children and detailed winter themes! Average 4" to 8" inches (varies), all png. transparent images. Lineart and Color included and 300 dpi. 32 images color (16 BW versions). GREAT for flyers, newsletters, and products! Featured Children: Sledding Kid 1 Sledding Kid 2 Sledding Kid 3 Kid with Snowball Kids Building Snowman Winter Kid (boy) Winter Kid (Girl) Kid Making Snow Angel Featured Winter Objects: snow falling snow from cloud snowball snowman hot cocoa ice skate winter hat earmuffs mittens penguins wintertime cardinal snowy pine trees
IllumismartClipArt
Christmas Counting - Hats

Christmas Counting - Hats

This worksheet was created by www.primaryleap.co.uk This Christmas themed worksheet asks students to count the hats and write the answers on the lines.
PrimaryLeap
Odd One Out - employment

Odd One Out - employment

A nice starter activity for students to consider employment rights, and how they behave in the world of employment. Its an odd one out exercise to consider what is acceptable and not acceptable in the workplace, in things they may take for granted about their appearance
ArtThinking
The Emperor's New Clothes Guided Reading Script

The Emperor's New Clothes Guided Reading Script

The Emperor's New Clothes Guided Reading Script This is one of a collection of Hans Christian Andersen stories and includes Teaching Input, Discussion and Suggestions for Further Activities - i.e. ample content for a lesson. It can equally be used as a literary or PSHE resource. It could also be used as a small play, for performance, with a few ‘tweaks’ and the addition of the music suggestions below. Music 1. Fashion - David Bowie 2. You’re so Vain – Carly Simon Cast of 6: • Narrator • Emperor • Weaver 1 & 2 • Royal Adviser • Street Child Duration: Around 10 minutes reading time Sample Text: Narrator: (To Street Child) Apart from you, you all went along with this charade – just so as to save face? Well, really! Royal Adviser: Yes, I know it looks bad Narrator: It most certainly does Emperor: But I wonder what you’d have done, especially as everyone else seemed to be going along with it? Narrator: But couldn’t you see you were being taken for a song and a dance? Weaver 1: It was quite funny! Weaver 2: Especially when the emperor here actually turned up to try on his new clothes Weaver 1: After having given us all that money and gold thread and Emperor: (Interrupting) Yes, yes. Must you rub it in? Haven’t I been humiliated enough? Royal Adviser: (Groaning) Oh, if only I had had the strength to admit to what I could see – as in, nothing! No cloth on the loom, no clothes, just air! Emperor: And what a lot of hot air you were! Coming back telling me how wonderfully the work was progressing. How delighted I was going to be with my new clothes! Royal Adviser: But I didn’t want to appear either unfit for my job or stupid. Narrator: And so, you ended up being both! Street Child: I’ll never understand grown-ups! Other Hans Christian Anderson stories available are: • The Ugly Duckling (with more to come)
suesplays
Christmas Connect the Dots and Colouring Activity Pages

Christmas Connect the Dots and Colouring Activity Pages

This is winter, Christmas or New Year themed set of 12 connect the dots (or join the dots, else dot to dot, follow the dots) picture puzzles and colouring pages. The bundle includes: Directions: Draw a line from dot number 1 to dot number 2, then from dot number 2 to dot number 3, 3 to 4, and so on. Continue to join the dots until you have connected all the numbered dots. Then, color the picture! Answers included. All graphic files are of high quality for crisp and clear printing.
ratselmeister
Dot-to-Dot and Coloring Page – Santa’s Mittens

Dot-to-Dot and Coloring Page – Santa’s Mittens

This is winter, Christmas or New Year themed connect the dots (or join the dots, else dot to dot) picture puzzle and colouring page with Santa’s (or somebody else’s :) mittens. Directions: Draw a line from dot number 1 to dot number 2, then from dot number 2 to dot number 3, 3 to 4, and so on. Continue to join the dots until you have connected all the numbered dots. Then, colour the picture! Answer included. Files: one JPEG page size file with activity, answer and task text in one place; two separate PNG files (the puzzle itself and answer file of smaller size). All graphic files are of high quality for crisp and clear printing. Keywords: learn, learning, number, numbers, counting, colouring, coloring, page, colouring page, mittens, santa, knitted, connect, dot, dots, dot-to-dot, join, follow, connect the dots, join the dots, puzzle, game, activity, winter, new year, christmas, holiday, black, white, printable, illustration.
ratselmeister