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Printable display bulletin letters numbers and more: World Cup Russia Flag

Printable display bulletin letters numbers and more: World Cup Russia Flag

This is a letter set consisting of: A-Z in capital letters a-z in lower case letters 0-9 ! ? … , . “” x + = ÷ There is one letter/ number per A4 page. All you have to do is print out the pages you need to write out any heading you like. Get the pages laminated and the letters cut out to create a lovely and creative display heading. You can also use your printer settings to put multiple pages per page to get smaller letters (that depends on your printer though). I hope your class enjoy your beautiful and creative headings to displays.
sandiejones
I Can... Montessori 3-Part Cards

I Can... Montessori 3-Part Cards

I Can… Reading Classification Cards You are going to just love the graphics on these reading cards! Can…Montessori 3-Part Cards Children are naturally drawn to becoming independent in self-care and these offer good motivation! Traditional 3-Part Cards featuring I Can…topics such as wash my hands, blow my nose, flush the toilet Also includes black line pictures with guided writing for the children to make their own booklets. Follow us on Facebook And our FB Group
MaryCarr51
Sports Balls Cliparts- Cliparts Creator Kit: ADD-ON

Sports Balls Cliparts- Cliparts Creator Kit: ADD-ON

Please note: This .zip folder contains cliparts of the Sports Balls ONLY (i.e: no mouths or eyes included!). It is to be used as is OR as an add-on if you have already purchased one of my Clipart Creator Kit. Each ball is saved as .png files (300ppi) which allows you to resize or layer without losing quality. To use as an add-on: You will need to add slides to the PPT creator yourself (simply copy and paste one of the slide from a previously bought creator kit) and insert the .png files for the balls. If you haven’t yet purchased a Clipart Creator Kit, you can find it here: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sports-balls-cliparts-creator-kit-for-personal-and-commercial-use-11912747] This cliparts are for Personal or Commercial use!
Klipart
Fruits Cliparts- Clipart Creator Kit:  ADD-ON

Fruits Cliparts- Clipart Creator Kit: ADD-ON

Please note: This .zip folder contains cliparts of the fruits ONLY (i.e: no mouths or eyes included!). It is to be used as is OR as an add-on if you have already purchased one of my Clipart Creator Kit. Each fruit is saved as .png files (300ppi) which allows you to resize or layer without losing quality. 10 fruits in total. To use as an add-on: You will need to add slides to the PPT creator yourself (simply copy and paste one of the slide from a previously bought creator kit) and insert the .png files for the fruits. If you haven’t yet purchased a Clipart Creator Kit, you can find it here: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fruits-cliparts-creator-kit-for-personal-or-commercial-use-11912588] This cliparts are for Personal or Commercial use!
Klipart
Sports/ Balls- Cliparts Creator Kit- For Personal and Commercial use

Sports/ Balls- Cliparts Creator Kit- For Personal and Commercial use

In this .zip folder: 10 .pgn files of different balls (300 ppi) 10 .png files of sets of eyes (300 ppi) 11 .png files of different mouths (300 ppi) a PPT to facilitate creation of your cliparts This creator kit enables teachers to create cute little characters for their resources within seconds! ( 1000+ combinations) For Personal or Commercial use! balls included are: -football -rugby -volleyball -tennis -bowling -basket -golf -billiard -cricket -baseball Please note: if you have already purchased one of my Clipart Creator Kit, you can buy the fruits as an ADD-ON and save money! : Sports balls add-on can be found here for £3: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/sports-balls-cliparts-cliparts-creator-kit-add-on-11913429]. You will then need to add the Sports balls slides to your Creator Kit yourself (Simply copy and paste one of the slides and insert the balls from your add-on folder)
Klipart
Fruits- Cliparts Creator Kit- For Personal or Commercial use

Fruits- Cliparts Creator Kit- For Personal or Commercial use

In this .zip folder: 10 .pgn files of different fruits (300 ppi) 10 .png files of sets of eyes (300 ppi) 11 .png files of different mouths (300 ppi) a PPT to facilitate creation of your cliparts This creator kit enables teachers to create cute little characters for their resources within seconds! ( 1000+ combinations) For Personal or Commercial use! Fruits included are: -apple -banana -pear -orange -lemon -lime -pineapple -water melon -strawberry -cherry Please note: if you have already purchased one of my Clipart Creator Kit, you can buy the fruits as an ADD-ON and save money! : Fruits add-on can be found here for £3: [https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fruits-cliparts-clipart-creator-kit-add-on-11913402]. You will then need to add the fruits slides to your Creator Kit yourself (Simply copy and paste one of the slides and insert the fruits from your add-on folder)
Klipart
The football World Cup Assembly or Tutor Time activity - including interactive team quiz

The football World Cup Assembly or Tutor Time activity - including interactive team quiz

Use for Assembly or Tutor Time - including interactive team quiz. A great activity to involve students in discussing the football World Cup and the history of the sport. Suitable for primary and secondary students. This activity consists of 21 slides: A brief introduction to the history of football. An interactive team quiz (with answers) relating to the World Cup A tiebreaker question All proceeds from sales in June and July 2018 will be donated to The Prince’s Trust.
Miss_Donald
Nursery Harvest Song

Nursery Harvest Song

A fun song written for a nursery class to perform at their harvest festival assembly. The children stamped their feet and played claves to accompany the song. The song provided a starting point for many other activities and would be a good resource for the whole of KS1.
sallykee
KS2 Balanced Diet - Healthy food plate matching task with 5-a-day activities.

KS2 Balanced Diet - Healthy food plate matching task with 5-a-day activities.

Learners cut out the foods and stick them on the plate template ensuring they match the correct food groups. Introduction PowerPoint also included to engage learners. Extension tasks - Look at the table of foods and decide/ research which quantities and types make up part of your 5-a-day (Fruit & Vegetables). All worksheets included. Tried and tested classroom resource. Please note images are clip art.
hifisher
Estrangement 4 Pack = It's the NEW Silent Social Epidemic. Learn More Now!

Estrangement 4 Pack = It's the NEW Silent Social Epidemic. Learn More Now!

READ UP ON ESTRANGEMENT! It has become one of the fastest growing dysfunctional social epidemics! Besides the $avings on this 4-pack, these 4 books are a must read for every parent AND adult child that is approaching- or is in the midst of an estrangement arrangement. Coping strategies, getting support, exploring options to life choices, and all topics concerning estrangement are discussed openly. From beginning to end read one woman’s unforgettable journey to know that impossible dreams do come true. Estrangement is one of the largest growing segments known as the “Silent Epidemic”. If you have been touched by this anomaly these books are slated for you! This 4-Pack is offers savings when purchasing the bundle.The insights found in each of the 4 books are invaluable, and a healing resource to know you are not alone.
PattyAnnsPetProject
Estrangement: 30 Years to 30 Days: Seeds to Estrangement through Divorce

Estrangement: 30 Years to 30 Days: Seeds to Estrangement through Divorce

Approximately 90% of Estrangements from children are caused by spouses during a divorce. It has sadly become commonplace and a social issue pushed under the rug. 30 YEARS to 30 DAYS is a journey that echoes many divorces. A story of decay borne from family dysfunctions. Children estranged at the hand of the opposing parent. And of entrenched, often biased legal systems. These scenarios are not uncommon. But this book is uncommonly candid. Follow the twists of one woman’s unexpected fate. You will empathize with human frailties. Be at odds with morality issues. Become appalled at choices and amazed at heart wrenching decisions. Then wonder how a simple divorce can turn so bizarre. Reflective lessons abound should you face a similar quest. A MUST READ for every upcoming divorcee AND their adult children.
PattyAnnsPetProject
Anxiety and mindfulness as a tool to build resilience.

Anxiety and mindfulness as a tool to build resilience.

This animated Power Point looks at anxiety issues facing young teenagers today and shares tips on how to cope. Mindfulness is one tool to cope with anxiety as are talking therapies and artistic pursuits . A poem called “the room inside” is displayed which could be used as a starting point to a discussion about mental health. Students are asked to consider volunteering and doing something positive with their time once exams are over. An extract from Eleanor Morgan’s book “Anxiety for Beginners” is given and six plot ideas are given which relate to anxiety. Pupils are asked to select one of these to write about. Lastly students are asked to think about the saying “every cloud has a silver lining” and to share strategies for developing resilience. Suitable for ages 12+
jlimb
KS1 Science 'Staying Alive' topic, sorting tasks / activities

KS1 Science 'Staying Alive' topic, sorting tasks / activities

Resources made for Science Week with a focus on ‘Staying Alive’. We learnt about the difference between living and non living things, that animals including humans grow from babies into adults, that some animals grow inside their mother while others hatch from an egg, children kept a food journal for later learning about a balanced diet. Before learning about basic needs, children attempted to complete a mind map, adding to this later. Living / Not Living / Never Lived sorting activity / workstation task What do you call a baby… table to complete 5 day food journal - table for students to complete (Monday to Friday) Egg or Mum? Sorting activity / workstation task - did this animal grow inside its mother or hatch from an egg? Human basic needs - male and female mind map activity, pupils to add what is essential for human life. Designed for KS1 / KS2 children with autism but also suitable for mainstream learners or older learners with SEN.
jlp76
Video: Where does food come from?

Video: Where does food come from?

A primary school class investigate the topic of where food comes from. They begin by looking at The eatwell plate, discuss their favourite foods and decide whether a range of foods come from plants or animals. The children visit a local dairy farm to find out more about the food that is produced locally.
foodafactoflife
Video: The food investigators

Video: The food investigators

This 21 minute video follows four primary school children, The food investigators, as they find out about food. They visit their local town, a supermarket, a restaurant and a farm. The following areas are touched upon during the video: food labels, energy and nutrients (from a variety of foods), how raw ingredients can become dishes and meals, cleanliness in food preparation, eating out, food to celebrate special occasions and religious events, how farming started, farming tools and processes. This video was produced in 1993 and some elements are dated. However, the video provides an interesting exploration of food from a primary school child’s viewpoint and contains many useful teaching points.
foodafactoflife
Video: The exciting guests

Video: The exciting guests

The four children welcome students from China to their school and explore cheese-making and Chinese cuisine. This is one of six stories which forms a new resource to support cross-curricular/inter-disciplinary learning for primary schools in the UK. Teachers’ notes, worksheets and interactive whiteboard activities are also available to support the story. The resource is brought to you from www.foodafactoflife.org.uk
foodafactoflife
Video: The colourful present

Video: The colourful present

Alisha helps Ronnie put together a colourful fruit and vegetable basket for his Grandma’s birthday. This is one of six stories which forms a new resource to support cross-curricular/inter-disciplinary learning for primary schools in the UK. Teachers’ notes, worksheets and interactive whiteboard activities are also available to support the story. The resource is brought to you from www.foodafactoflife.org.uk.
foodafactoflife
Video: The bucket garden - where potatoes come from

Video: The bucket garden - where potatoes come from

Mrs Begum’s class learn about where potatoes come from and create their own bucket garden. This is one of six stories which forms a new resource to support cross-curricular/inter-disciplinary learning for primary schools in the UK. Teachers’ notes, worksheets and interactive whiteboard activities are also available to support the story. The resource is brought to you from www.foodafactoflife.org.uk.
foodafactoflife
Video: The bread stories

Video: The bread stories

In this story the Food investigators learn about breads from different countries and make their own different shaped bread rolls. This is one of six stories which forms a new resource to support cross-curricular/inter-disciplinary learning for primary schools in the UK. Teachers’ notes, worksheets and interactive whiteboard activities are also available to support the story. The resource is brought to you from www.foodafactoflife.org.uk
foodafactoflife
Video: The amazing lunchbox

Video: The amazing lunchbox

Mrs Flynn and her class explore healthy lunchboxes. This is one of six stories which forms a new resource to support cross-curricular/inter-disciplinary learning for primary schools in the UK. Teachers’ notes, worksheets and interactive whiteboard activities are also available to support the story. The resource is brought to you from www.foodafactoflife.org.uk
foodafactoflife
Video: Satiety: How we can manipulate the diet, to help us feel fuller after eating Part 2

Video: Satiety: How we can manipulate the diet, to help us feel fuller after eating Part 2

Based on the latest science, the British Nutrition Foundation has put together a video podcast to help explain how we can manipulate the diet, to help us feel fuller after eating and to help us maintain a healthy body weight. The podcast is split into 2 parts and is suitable for a wide audience, including schools. For more information go to: www.nutrition.org.uk www.foodafactoflife.org.uk © British Nutrition Foundation 2009
foodafactoflife
Video: Satiety: How we can manipulate the diet, to help us feel fuller after eating Part 1

Video: Satiety: How we can manipulate the diet, to help us feel fuller after eating Part 1

Based on the latest science, the British Nutrition Foundation has put together a video podcast to help explain how we can manipulate the diet, to help us feel fuller after eating and to help us maintain a healthy body weight. The podcast is split into 2 parts and is suitable for a wide audience, including schools. For more information go to: www.nutrition.org.uk www.foodafactoflife.org.uk © British Nutrition Foundation 2009
foodafactoflife
Video: Low Calorie Sweeteners - Discover the Truth

Video: Low Calorie Sweeteners - Discover the Truth

There is a lot of confusion about low calorie sweeteners (such as aspartame, saccharin or stevia) and about what products they are found in. Low calories sweeteners are ingredients that are added to foods and drinks to add a sweet taste, but with far fewer calories than sugar. They are used in a wide variety of foods and drinks like soft drinks, chewing gums, yogurts and puddings. The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the institution that is responsible for testing the safety of all additives, published a review on the safety of the low calorie sweetener aspartame. Following an in-depth evaluation of all available scientific evidence, EFSA’s draft opinion once again confirmed the safety of aspartame by concluding it is safe for all human population groups at current consumption (ADI) levels. For more detailed information watch the video and visit http://www.nutrition.org.uk/
foodafactoflife
Video: Introduction to the basics of food

Video: Introduction to the basics of food

This 23 minute video explores the basics about food, including: why we need food, where food originates (plants or animals), how food is made (raw ingredients to end products), what processing means (aside from being made in a factory), places where we eat (restaurants), foods and dishes made from different countries and how they are eaten (chop sticks, hands). The video includes a lot of interesting food related footage, including: different plants and animals, supermarkets and markets, raw ingredients (wheat), cooking, bread being produced in a factory. Throughout the video, primary aged children offer their thoughts and explanations on the topics covered, e.g. where food comes from, how it has been processed. Although produced in 1991 and some information and visuals are dated, this video would be a great opening for a food related topic in a primary school. Suggested audience - primary
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