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Get your students discussing ancient theories, cracking codes and incorporating Norse mythology and numbers into daily life with this week's selection of the resources available on the TES website

Get your students discussing ancient theories, cracking codes and incorporating Norse mythology and numbers into daily life with this week's selection of the resources available on the TES website

1 Numbers everywhere

What is it? A presentation about real numbers

Who is it for? 3-5s

Why is it hot? With the help of this resource packed with pictures and real-life examples, your pupils will quickly learn to spot numbers everywhere.2 Two by two

What is it? An activity on ordering two-digit numbers

Who is it for? 5-11s

Why is it hot? This simple introduction will instil confidence in your learners.3 Fruity foibles

What is it? A selection of storytelling activities about a talking papaya

Who is it for? 7-11s

Why is it hot? This plan covering a week of lessons is full of colourful and detailed ideas that will delight your class.4 Day by deity

What is it? A fun presentation on the days of the week

Who is it for? 5-11s

Why is it hot? Explain how our modern names for days of the week link us to the Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings in this assembly on Norse mythology.5 Ough so easy

What is it? Worksheets introducing "ough" sounds

Who is it for? 7-14s

Why is it hot? It explores the many ways that "ough" can be pronounced with clear pictorial gap-fill exercises and an explanatory presentation.6 Drive time

What is it? A worksheet outlining the safety features in cars

Who is it for? 11-14s

Why is it hot? Engage your students with this investigation on car safety covering crumple zones, airbags, side impact bars, regenerative brakes and more.7 Tyrannical trade

What is it? A series of resources on slavery and the civil rights movement

Who is it for? 11-14s

Why is it hot? This scheme of work provides a detailed examination of the slave trade with ideas for further lessons and quizzes to test pupils' understanding.8 Best of Bidmas

What is it? An interactive codebreaking activity

Who is it for? 11-16s

Why is it hot? Turn lessons on Bidmas (brackets, indices, division, multiplication, addition and subtraction) into a game by challenging pupils to "crack the safe".9 Heading for a fall

What is it? A presentation on the competing ideas of Galileo and Aristotle

Who is it for? 16-18s

Why is it hot? This humorous PowerPoint uses illustrations to demonstrate how Galileo overturned Aristotle's theories about falling objects.10 Family affair

What is it? A set of lessons on sociological theories about family

Who is it for? 16-18s

Why is it hot? These presentations are a great introduction to ideas about family relationships, from Marxist to Functionalist readings.

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