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Space Design Challenge

Space Design Challenge

This project allows children to create a model of the solar system, use data and simulations to analyse what happens in the solar system.
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Berries

Berries

A collection of photos of different kinds of berries that will be added to in time. Can be used to help students understand about plant reproduction, and about toxic and safe berries that can be eaten. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
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Elderflower and Elderberry

Elderflower and Elderberry

A collection of photos that I will ad to over time to show the difference between elderflower and elderberry. Can be used for topics on berries, fruit, traditions, plants, and foraging in the British countryside. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277
Trees, leaves & seeds ppt

Trees, leaves & seeds ppt

Science Y1. In groups the chn matched real leaves & seeds, which had been pressed & laminated, to their trees (6 x A4 sheets with the name of a tree - horse chestnut, sycamore, beech, oak, pine, holly). We looked at 4 deciduous trees & 2 evergreen trees. We used plastic holly berries (real are poisonous). Then we made 'helcopters' linking them to the sycamore seeds.
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Adaptations and Environments Graphic Organizer Science

Adaptations and Environments Graphic Organizer Science

A graphic organizer that allows students to brainstorm what adaptations they would need to survive in each type of environment. Environments include Tropical forest, dessert, grasslands, arctic, cold forest, and aquatic. This is a great group activity that will help explain what adaptations are. Also included KWL chart for students monitoring their learning progress!
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Trees and Forests

Trees and Forests

This lapbook covers the curriculum requirements for the Alberta Grade 6 Science Program. Included in this lapbook are the following foldables: -Tree shapes -Leaf arrangements -Branching Patterns -Leaf Shapes -Coniferous, Deciduous, Plants and Trees -People and the Trees -Why are trees important -The Nutrient Cycle -Twig Morphology This file contains the following versions -Full Colour Teacher Resource -Full Colour Student Book -Greyscale Student Book
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Life Cycles Topic Guide

Life Cycles Topic Guide

A full guide to the topic of life cycles with editable text and clear diagrams. A range of plant and animal life cycles are included, such as a cherry tomato plant, pear tree, ladybird, frog, dog, chicken and human! Display this PDF on a large display for whole class teaching or print it for use as an independent / group reference or shared reading resource. Find more resources like this in our Life Cycles Mini Pack at https://www.teachingpacks.co.uk/the-life-cycles-mini-pack/
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Autumn Assembly

Autumn Assembly

Autumn Assembly for Key Stage I One of a set of assemblies on the Seasons. Cast of 30 - easily adjustable up or down. It is suggested that the class teacher takes the role of narrator. Duration - around 10 minutes but can be extended with inclusion of list of suggested poems Swallows, squirrels, deer, bats, .... children! Our narrator certainly has his work cut out keeping this assembly under control! Ever tried keeping a hibernating hedgehog or two sleepy dormice awake? Or silencing a flock of Brent Geese? Just two of the tasks facing our, as always, seriously challenged narrator! Sample Text: (Dormice curl up together and drop off to sleep) Narrator: Hey you two! Not yet! Wake up! (Both dormice yawn and stretch sleepily) Dormouse 1: Is it April yet? Dormouse 2: I think I’ll leave it to May this year! Dormice: (Together) Yeah! Let’s have a lie in! Narrator: You most certainly will not! Do I look like a Dormouse babysitter? Be off with you! (Exit Bats and Dormice) (Enter Hedgehog, making loud snuffling noises; he collects up some of the leaves left behind by the children, makes a nest of them and lies down in the middle) Narrator: Aha! And who do we have here? Our first hibernating hedgehog! Hedgehog: (Huffily getting out ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign and placing it next to his nest) Can’t you read? Narrator: You’re a bit early! It’s not November yet! Hedgehog: So? (Putting on night cap) (Rubbing tummy) I’ve done enough eating! I’m ready for sleep!
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Spring Assembly

Spring Assembly

Spring Assembly This is the first of a series of Seasons Assemblies written for Key Stage I. This first one covers 20 plus 'first signs of spring' and includes a reference to the first chapter of Wind in the Willows, with Mole and Rat extolling the joys of the riverbank! Cast of 30 (easily adaptable up or down) It is suggested that the class teacher takes the role of narrator. Duration: Around 10 – 15 minutes including poems and music suggestions Sample Text: (Young animals ‘run rings around’ Narrator who gets increasingly exasperated) Narrator: (Sighing) Huh! I was forgetting those young animals! (Narrator jumping out of their way) Narrator: Oh dear! Is it just me or does it suddenly seem a bit crowded around here? Mother Rabbit: But didn’t you say, you loved Spring? Narrator: Oh yes! But .. (Bunnies and lambs keep jumping up at Narrator) Narrator: (To Mother Rabbit and Mother Sheep) Could you not keep your offspring under slightly better control? (Mother Rabbit and Mother Sheep ‘round up’ their offspring and return to their seats, scowling) Narrator: Oh dear! And there I was saying how much I loved Spring! But it’s not just about baby animals, you know! (Enter Child 6 dressed as Mole and Child 7 as Rat) Narrator: Ah! Two of my favourite characters from The Wind in the Willows! Mole: (Bowing) I’m Mole! Very pleased to meet you! Rat: And I’m Rat! Known as Ratty to my friends
suesplays
Animal and Plant Cells

Animal and Plant Cells

Animal and Plant Cells 1 X Quality Assured 60 minute lessons, including the following: - Starter and plenary - Fully differentiated content - Lesson objectives covering 1-3 Star. - Exam questions + progress checks - Activities and worksheets included *These lessons have been observed and have been graded outstanding by ALP and LPs*
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