This assembly considers 21st century problems in a humorous way before considering what Children in Need does, who it helps and challenges students to ‘Do their thing’. 50% of the proceeds from this sale will be donated to the Children in Need Charity, so please ‘Do your thing’.
A simple powerpoint suitable for EY or KS1.
Explains the meaning of Children in Need and why people get involved in the appeal and what happens to the money!
I used parts of some of the whole school/KS2 resources already on the site so they are more suited to younger children - so thanks to those people!
Students work to solve a crime based on the theme of Children in Need. Students must use their maths skills to break a number of codes to reveal clues to the identity of a thief who stole a schools fundraising for the Children in Need charity.
To solve the clues students must use addition, division and algebra.
Resource aimed at low ability Year 7 students who have been introduced to algebra including expanding brackets and finding the value of x. Addition and division tasks used to allow students to recap on previous learning in this area and develop further confidence in solving these problems.
A mixed set of word problems linked to Children in Need.
Aimed at Year 3 targets for addition, subtraction and multiplication.
Includes finding the difference, bar model and 'I am thinking of a number...' style questions.
Numbers could easily be made more tricky for older year groups.
Use a numberline to work out how many spots Pudsey and Blush have altogether.
Use a numberline and pictures to work out subtraction.
Use a numberline to work out the word problems - do you need to add or subtract?
Powerpoint presentation for childcare students on the care needs for children. Great for childcare courses. Also worksheet where students can write how the care needs are met in a school/nursery environment.
Case study for students to work on to improve the childs care needs.
All the money from the purchase of this resource will go towards Children In Need.
Race the timer and Pudsey to see how quickly you can recognise all the Phase 2 phonemes.
Join in with Pudsey's game to work out what phonemes are hiding behind the spots.
Have a go at writing some of Pudsey Bears CVC words.
This unit includes tons of fun games, printables, flashcards, and an adapted book to help your students learn about geography. Geography is a great social studies theme to work on and this unit allows you to differentiate for a wide range of types of learners!
Here is what's included:
- 16 Flashcards with definitions
- Hunting for a Hamburger: 13 page adapted book with all vocabulary terms; matching pieces included
- 3 comprehension worksheets
- 10 matching worksheets
- I have, who has? Game
- Bingo - with 2 levels of difficulty of calling cards and 10 boards
island, peninsula, waterfall, beach, river, ocean, lake, mountain, hill
volcano, desert, country, continent, city, state, capital
Great for children with autism or special needs - these materials are hands on and easy to understand!
A fun activity. Pudsey is visiting school but has gone missing. Children need to solve five clues to work out what mischief he has been up to and where he is hiding now. Mathmatical skills used will be recognising number patterns, halving and quartering numbers, doubling numbers and decoding.
* 50% OF PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO CHILDREN IN NEED.
Optional - for extra fun/engagement teacher's may wish to hide a Pudsey bear (or print a picture of him) for the children to find.
Ideal for KS1 of KS2 lower ability.
Here are a few activities to support children who are working well below ARE for Year 3. They are designed to be used in the classroom so that children who require support can be included in all or parts of Literacy lessons based on the book Stone Age Boy.