Animal Category Sorting - Cut & Glue - Vocabulary BuilderQuick View
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Animal Category Sorting - Cut & Glue - Vocabulary Builder

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Sort animals into categories in this motivating cut and glue (low print) activity. A go-to resource when building a child’s vocabulary. Category knowledge is an important foundation and sorting can help a child develop an understanding that categories can be broken down into subcategories too. This animal category sorting resource includes: ✔ Farm animals and Sea animals ✔ Wild animals/ Zoo and Sea animals ✔ Wild animals and Insects ✔ Birds and Insects ✔ Forest animals and Pets ✔ Pets and Farm animals All animal sets have 12 pictures, with words and without words. The resource also contains: ✔ Definition frames to promote learning of category ✔ Suggestions for Use ✔ Blank grid to use for glueing. This is a motivating activity for children with speech, language and communication needs and those with special educational needs.
All About Me Activities and Worksheets for PreK, Kindergarten | Back to SchoolQuick View
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All About Me Activities and Worksheets for PreK, Kindergarten | Back to School

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All About Me is loaded with fun, back to school activities to help your students get to know each other and their teachers during those first few weeks of school! It includes get to know many exciting activities which will help you build a caring classroom community of learners who will support each other all year long! You can use these activities as arrival activities, center activities, small group instruction, and share during circle. These activities are designed for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten or 1st Grade. This All about Me activity pack includes: Hello I am... Self Potrait All about me( Eyes, Hair, Fingers and Ears) I feel... Emotions Pattern My Favorite Color is... Color the Bagpacks My Favorite weather is... Weather Pattern My favorite Season is... Going to School lines tracing Things I like to eat My favorite Fruits Things I like to do When I grow up I want to be... All About Me Sorting (At home or At School) Farm animals I like Zoo Animals I like Ocean Animals I like I can Sort Animals( Farm, Zoo, Ocean) Animal Patterns Things I like to wear Would you rather My Five Senses Senses Pattern A Drawing of my Family I can trace my number I can count School Supplies I can trace my letters If you like this All About Me resource , I am sure you would enjoy these too from my store: All about Me Pennant All About Me Flip Up Book All About Me Mini Book Customer Tips: Visit https://www.facebook.com/ZippiKidsTeacherResources to Follow Me on Facebook! I post about freebies and discount coupons there.
Animals planning for Early YearsQuick View
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Animals planning for Early Years

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This includes 11 weeks planning for the topic animals. There is Literacy/Numeracy planning - 2 lessons per week, skills planning for the other areas of the classroom and several worksheets. The stories included are I wish I was a..., Funnybones the pet shop, walking through the jungle, we're going on a bear hunt, monkey puzzle, jen the hen, rumble in the jungle, farmyard hullabaloo, the great pet sale, the rainbow fish and Elmer
Yr 1 Unit 4 Information texts:The FarmQuick View
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Yr 1 Unit 4 Information texts:The Farm

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Children will learn about the features and function of non-fiction texts, and use this to research information to make their own class book. Find other lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.
Dream JobsQuick View
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Dream Jobs

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Students will complete a Career Assessment. They will sort their interests to discover possible career paths that fit their individual personality types.
Let's look at the bear without a heartQuick View
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Let's look at the bear without a heart

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A range of art videos and interactive activities based on the work of William Morgan. The resource includes interactive activities that allow pupils to create their tartan patterns, write letters, and mix colours.With thanks to UWIC Press for permission to use the Let's Look videos http://www.uwicpress.co.uk/primary-design-c-8.html
QCA Science SOW & Objectives KS1,2,3Quick View
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QCA Science SOW & Objectives KS1,2,3

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I found this document after a long search on the internet. It dates back to early 2000 and has the complete breakdown of topics, learning objectives, outcomes, possible activities and teaching notes. Published by the QCA.
Let's look at the bear without a heartQuick View
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Let's look at the bear without a heart

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A range of art videos and interactive activities based on the work of William Morgan. The resource includes interactive activities that allow pupils to create their tartan patterns, write letters, and mix colours.With thanks to UWIC Press for permission to use the Let's Look videos http://www.uwicpress.co.uk/primary-design-c-8.html
Discover English - Level 4Quick View
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Discover English - Level 4

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This fantastic 6 Level English course for Early Learners of English. Each level consists of three units of 10 lessons each. Each lesson includes detailed lesson plan and worksheets. DISCOVER ENGLISH: LEVEL 4 The lesson structure: Warm Up Main Activity Group Activity Technology Time Extra Activity Every lesson has links to awesome sites that will facilitate the lesson. The curriculum has a hands-on approach that involves, group work, arts & crafts, technology, individual work and more. I have tried to make the lessons as free of preparation as possible. Lesson resource requirements are included in each lesson plan. 30 Lesson Plans 30 + Worksheets This is great for home tutoring, class supplement, ESL department or for private tutors. Term1  That’s life  How can I help around the house?  Little Story Writer  What I want to be when I grow up.  Create your buddy  Good old times  Looking back  When Grandpa Tom was young  Our world before  Review Term2  Water Everywhere!  Marvin’s Birthday  Visit to the Aquarium  The Final Word on Water  Review Day  Healthy Living  Active Every Day  Money Limits: Budgeting  Reuse, Reduce, Recyle  Review Day Term3  Getting About  Welcome to Hong Kong  Welcome to Seoul  Welcome to New York  Review Day  Amusement parks  Let’s Have Fun!  Space Travel  Solar System  Review Day Total Pages130
Long term plans for continuous provsion areasQuick View
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Long term plans for continuous provsion areas

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Long term plans for continuous provision including 'I can' statements for all areas of development, Characteristics of learning, intended outcomes,vocabulary, resources and questions. All for the Writing , maths, construction, reading, small world, sand, water, malleable and home corner. All information over 2 pages so they can be easily displayed on an A3 shet. Easy to print, laminate and display. 18 pages in total!
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world environment day (WED)

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I've put this together for a week of assemblies on WED. I&'ve tried to pull out the main info from their pamphlet to help get my pupils to think about food waste. I&';ve also included a link to a you-tube clip put together by a group of Singapore students it was done in 2007 but is still relevant and summarises the powerpoints well.
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durgamata blog

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I came to New York in August to attend the birthday anniversary festival of my spiritual teacher. It was as joyful and inspiring as ever. But before I returned home I was asked if I might be able to stay a bit longer to care for a friend who is ill. I don't get much opportunity to come on internet so I have no idea whether this blog idea will be a &'one off&'; or whether I will be able to add to it regularly, but my friend has been away for a couple of days - so at least I have been able to start. I hope it is of use or interest to some of you.
Blog part 12 starting on 8th AugustQuick View
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Blog part 12 starting on 8th August

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It's great to see the Olympics bring so many people together, uniting and inspiring so many in Britain. To be a great sports hero requires many &'divine&'; qualities such as patience, determination, endurance, courage and enthusiasm - and brings so much joy. On TV tonight, discussion on the 'exclusive&' nature of sports - equestrian / sailing. But everyone is getting so much joy in watching. The discussion itself should lead to improvements which bring more people into the different sports. I&';d love to see more games (such as Indian Kabadi) from around the world into the Olympics, too.
Religious Education BlogQuick View
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Religious Education Blog

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21st Feb is about my son singing on ATN Bangla Television I am so proud and happy. What a joy and a privilege to be able to have such a son and a link to such an inspiring event. 25th - 28th about my struggles to teach the lad I work with and my new priority for progress. 14th March includes catch up about a difficult week and 15-16 a paragraph about walking and breathing meditation from a book I am reading by Satish Kumar 25 April - 2nd May back from New York, Alex and Birmingham.