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23rd March 2012 at 00:00
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Brighten up drab classroom walls and develop pupils' vocabulary with Mike Wilkes' alphabet paintings, shared on TES Resources by naff. Each picture represents a letter and everything within it begins with that letter.


Create the perfect alien soup in rebnewt's active science lesson. A pictorial recipe provides a step-by-step guide to making the soup, but there's too much salt in it. How will pupils separate the ingredients? For an art activity, turn your classroom into a faraway planet or spaceship.


Introduce an upper primary topic on rivers with sillybiz's "Raging Rivers" PowerPoint presentation. It uses images to introduce river features and animals, environmental issues and the water cycle, and suggests areas for independent pupil research.

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