How to make a cup of tea.Quick View

How to make a cup of tea.

10 pages of black and white picture cards, helping words and color coded cursive (font:CCW Cursive Dotted1) in a writing frame to promote sequencing and fine motor skills. Also find the extra word, find the object and count and write a picture and word story exercises.
How to make a cup of tea flowchartQuick View

How to make a cup of tea flowchart

I printed each page off separately and gave one to each child. I used the first page as my guide, and we went through the steps of making a cup of tea, deciding who had the first step, laying that on the table, then adding an arrow to the next step. Helped to explain flow charts in an explanation.
Teachers TV: Literacy - How to Make TeaQuick View
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Teachers TV: Literacy - How to Make Tea

This primary resource is a spoof public service broadcast from the Ministry of Good Instructions models how to present the seven key steps that need to be followed to make a nice cup of tea.
How to cool TeaQuick View

How to cool Tea

A sc1 lesson based on cooling Tea. This was taken from an idea by OCR as practice coursework
Granny's sweet tea: What factors affect solubility? Quick View

Granny's sweet tea: What factors affect solubility?

The remaining teeth of Granny W are pretty darn sweet! Can students help her decide on how to make the sweest tea possible using their understanding of solubility from the Five S's treasure hunt lesson? (I hope they can). After using a model of rice and peas to demonstrate solvents, solutes, solution and saturation students are introduced to the scenario. Students are split into six groups and given information packs related to one of three experiments (two groups for each experiment). Students will have an A3 poster style planning sheet to plan and complete an experiment to test whether: -Water has a saturation point? -Temperature of the solvent affects solubility of the solute? -Surface area of the sugar affects solubility? Students complete their posters and share their findings to the class.
Diffusion and teaQuick View

Diffusion and tea

This worksheet uses tea bags to model cells and teach pupils about the factors affecting the rate of diffusion.
How to make portrait medalsQuick View

How to make portrait medals

In addition to our own resources we have been able to make available an informative guide to medal-making, created by Wolverhampton Arts Museums and inspired by their work with the prolific and enthusiastic medalist Ron Dutton. This guide shows you how to make portrait medals, but can be adapted to suit the needs of any class.
Afternoon tea projectQuick View

Afternoon tea project

A mini afternoon tea design project for food technology. Booklet for med/low, own choice design for G&T/High/extension.
Making inferences.Quick View

Making inferences.

There are six shopping lists. What can students deduce about the people's personalities? On page 2, there are some prompts and a gap fill activity as differentiation.
How to write a Scientific ConclusionQuick View

How to write a Scientific Conclusion

My students always seen to struggle to write a good scientific conclusion so I collaborated with my colleagues in the English Dept to come up with a way to help them. We used the PEE paragraph as a starting point and produced these posters to help the students. I then used it with a practical we were doing at that time (which shaped tea bag makes the strongest tea) to demonstrate a good conclusion.
Mother's Day Morning Tea and Pamper PackQuick View

Mother's Day Morning Tea and Pamper Pack

Celebrate the Mothers in your class in style with this Mother’s Day and Morning Tea pamper pack. It includes 10 station descriptions - yoga, karaoke, meditation, necklace making, flower crown making, heart painting, nail salon, foot spa, mummy massage, cake decorating. (please note you will need to provide the materials yourself to set these stations up) Editable menus Editable invites Mothers day card Editable name place settings This product contains both the Australian and American Spelling of Mum/Mom Hope you enjoy this product and celebrating the Mothers in your class! Please follow my store to keep up to date with new products, please provide me with any feedback or suggestions, let me know how it went in your class or send me some photos. Check out my Numeracy Warm Up Powerpoint below
Great Fire of London - making a lightQuick View

Great Fire of London - making a light

A craft activity to make a light linked to the topic of Great Fire of London and a resource by Kate Cunningham, author of Vlad and the Great Fire of London and the other Flea in History series. This video demonstrates step-by-step how to make the light. Resources needed include jar/bottle, battery operated tea light, cellophane/tissue paper, scissors, glue, pencil and ruler. Go to for information about the other books, visits and resources. Other books include First World War, Tutankhamun, Space and Florence Nightingale.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea Resource PackQuick View

The Tiger Who Came to Tea Resource Pack

This resource has an excellent range of resources including writing templates and scaffolds, a matching game, bingo and many literacy and early number activities and worksheets. There are also templates of the characters for stick puppets. There are photographs, borders, labels and titles that will enable you to create an instant, bright and informative display. This resource is designed for Reception and Key Stage 1 (5-7 year olds). This resource pack will save you hours of your own time so don’t try to reinvent the wheel – we’ve done it for you! Images were generated using graphics resources from Microsoft Office and Focus Multimedia Ltd and used with permission under the terms of the respective product licences.
Hospitality Studies – Non-alcoholic beverages (mocktails, teas, smoothies) and procedural textsQuick View

Hospitality Studies – Non-alcoholic beverages (mocktails, teas, smoothies) and procedural texts

4 mocktail recipes to be made during a practical lesson of Hospitality studies (one for each of the 4 mixing techniques). A PowerPoint designed for use in a theory lesson which goes through a range of beverages and their preparation steps. It begins by explaining what mocktails are. It goes through some of the carbonated beverages and soft drinks commonly used in mocktails. There are images of a range of kitchen utensils commonly used when making mocktails. This is followed by an explanation of the 4 techniques used to make mocktails (build in a glass, shake n strain, stir in a jug and blend.) Example mocktails for each preparation type are provided. this is followed by information about different glassware including lowball glass (tumblers), martini glass, hurricane glass and margarita glass. The lesson then moves onto other beverages common to cafes and restaurants. It begins with common fruit juices, handcrafted sodas, frappes, iced teas. This is followed by a range of milk-based beverages including: smoothies, milkshakes, flavoured milks, hot chocolates, iced coffees. This is followed by a run down of the various types of teas organised under categories: black, green, oolong, Ceylon, herbal, floral and fruity. This is followed by information about non-espresso coffee types: instant, plunger, percolator, filter, pods and Turkish. Also included is a PPT (at the base of the original PPT) about how to write procedural texts. It includes the three elements of a procedural text, an example for how to make pancakes, some tips for writing a procedural text and some activities for writing procedural texts for beverages they are learning about (coffees). There is also a 13 minute ClickView video with 9 viewing questions for if time permits. Resources designed for use in an 11 Hospitality Practices class in Australia (2019 curriculum). Unit 1: Introduction to Hospitality, Topic 1: Beverage operations and services. My school has 70-minute lessons. The assessment at the end of this unit was an examination (short response).
Paul Revere Escape Room: American Revolution, Boston Tea PartyQuick View

Paul Revere Escape Room: American Revolution, Boston Tea Party

The Paul Revere Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode interesting facts about Paul Revere. This is the perfect resource to introduce the Revolutionary War, Sons of Liberty or the Boston Tea Party. Students are given a secret code name and sent on a secret mission to save Revere’s family shop. Each clue and code is different. The codes require students to think differently to decipher or decode them. Some codes are easier than others. Some codes require critical thinking to determine what a letter/symbol stands for. Each code will reveal interesting facts about Paul Revere. Students can report the final code to you. If you wanted to, you could purchase a 4 digit lock that you program, but it is not necessary at all! No props needed!! This is a NO PREP, PRINT & GO Activity! Students are sent on a “secret mission” and given a back story to ignite their active learning skills. They are given a code name which makes them feel as if they are part of the secret mission. Students practice hands-on, practical problem solving skills all while learning about Paul Revere. Your students will be inspired to think outside the box! The best age range for this resource is 8+. Please look at the preview to determine if this resource works for your age group. You can use the pre-labeled clues or you can challenge older kids to choose/find the decoder that works for each of the clues. A set of labeled and non-labeled decoders are included for differentiation. A “How to Decode” puzzles is also included. In addition to learning or reinforcing the subject matter, my escape rooms encourage teamwork and critical thinking. As a “timed” challenge, students will be engaged from beginning to end. New Feature: This escape room now includes 12 fun, colorful signs to take class pictures with at the end of the mission. Signs include “Puzzle Master”, “She did all the work”, “Genius”, “We did it”, “I Escaped” and more! Hang the pictures in your room, send them in a parent newsletter or share them on social media  An answer key and easy to follow teacher directions are provided. Time needed: 30-60 minutes <a href=" “> French and Indian War ESCAPE ROOM!</a> <a href=” "> Boston Tea Party ESCAPE ROOM!</a>