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Understanding tectonic plates - KS2

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This lesson is designed for KS2 students. It can be taught as a stand alone lesson but is also available as part of three wider units, all of which are available on TES: -Volcanoes -Earthquakes -Volcanoes & Earthquakes The presentation introduces the idea that the world’s crust is split into tectonic plates and looks at how these are related to volcanoes and earthquakes. The activity challenges students to identify tectonic plates using a map. It is differentiated two ways: Easier – Students identify the world’s tectonic plates using a colour-coordinated map. Harder – Students identify the world’s tectonic plates using a plain map. Extension – Students use an atlas to find out which tectonic plate countries of the world are located on. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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Understanding world population distribution

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Complete lesson All resources required for lesson attached, including video links in PowerPoint notes section. PowerPoint self explanatory. LOs Define key population terminology. Identity sparse and dense populated places. Explain why population follows a pattern of distribution.
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Understanding Disability

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A lesson looking at disability, discrimination and different disabilities. Defines disability. Looks at what discrimination means. Carousel of activities - puts the pupils into the shoes of people with different disabilities. Written task - diary entry of a day at school with a disability.
Understanding the World - EYFS activity packQuick View
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Understanding the World - EYFS activity pack

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This pack contains a PowerPoint used in a network training session with loads of ideas for activities linked to Understanding the World. There is wealth of pictures, resource ideas, links to useful websites and some activity sheets. More resources @ https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Whitley01
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Understanding World War One Quiz

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30+ question quiz is played in pairs - 1 partner reads the clue words and the partner has to give the answer. Alternative remove the answers from each slide and use as a whole class exercise. This has excellent pictures/images to motivate students and provoke discussion. I have found these activities work brilliantly!!
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World Music

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This is a 6 week topic aimed at KS1 and KS2 to teach them about different music traditions from around the world. Throughout this topic, pupils will be given the opportunity to explore music from different countries and cultures around the globe, including: West Africa, Australia, Poland, Ireland, Jamaica and Native America. Each week will focus on a different country. The focus of each lesson will be to learn where the country is on the map, listen to an example of traditional music from that that country and learn a song/game/dance that is culturally relevant. Pupils will be given the opportunity to develop their listening and singing skills (Links to curriculum can be found at the bottom). By the end of the topic pupils should have a better understanding of different styles and genres of music and where they came from as well as developing their understanding of the role of music in different cultures and societies. Perfect for linking to Geogrpahy and History! Links to curriculum/Possible assessment opportunities: Use the voice expressively and creatively by singing songs and speaking chants and rhymes Play tuned and untuned instruments musically Listen with concentration and understanding to a range of high-quality live and recorded music Experiment with, create, select and combine sounds using the inter-related dimensions of music Please note: I have used the Font AR CHRISTY so it may look different when downloaded!
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EYFS Understanding the World - Science Activities Bundle

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A huge bundle of fun science investigations, activities, emergent readers and more! Ideal for Pre-School and Reception. Everything you need to teach the following seven themes: Floating and Sinking, Five Senses, Pushes and Pulls, Plants, Minibeasts and Creepy Crawlies, Farm Animals and Zoo Animals. Perfect for your whole class introductions, adult led activities or independent work in the continuous provision. Included are the following: FLOATING AND SINKING 8 pages of awesome activity ideas. Floating and sinking word mat (in colour and B&W): use this delightful word mat with writing activities. Recording sheets: 5 recording sheets with differentiated versions = 10 in total! Perfect for children of all abilities and different ages. Design a rubber ring sheet. ‘Floating and Sinking’ emergent reading book: provided in colour and B&W. You could print the pages back to back and use the book for guided/independent reading. Alternatively, the pages could be printed out separately and used for a display. FIVE SENSES Senses book: provided in colour and B&W. You could print the pages back to back and use the book for guided/independent reading. Alternatively, the pages could be printed out separately and used for a display. Senses activities: a page of activity ideas (1 activity for each sense) and 5 recording sheets (B&W only). Senses game, playing pieces, die and instructions (game in colour and B&W) Senses spinners and activity prompt sheet: 1 colour spinner and 1 B&W. Ideas for how to use the spinners provided. Senses writing paper, both in colour and B&W: senses themed paper to use for writing activities. Senses word mat (in colour and B&W): use this delightful word mat with writing activities. PUSHES AND PULLS Introduction to theme and objectives/aims. Pushes and Pulls Around the Classroom: activity and 2 differentiated recording sheets included. 2 Push or Pull Activity Sheets: to use as homework/extension work. Push or Pull Different Speeds: playground activity ideas. Push or Pull Different Directions: outdoor activity ideas and 2 differentiated recording sheets. How Far: ramp investigation with 2 differentiated recording sheets. Marble Run: marble run investigation with 2 differentiated recording sheets. Push and Pull word mat (in colour and B&W): use this word mat with writing activities. ‘Push or Pull’ emergent reading book: provided in colour and B&W. PLANTS 13 engaging hands on activities and investigations: full details of what you will need and instructions for how to carry them out. Plant hunt sheets: take these differentiated sheets on your hunt and tick which flowers you find. Plants emergent reader: in colour and b/w. Seed packet template: design your own packet and fold and glue the tabs. Sunflower diary sheet: this sheet accompanies the sunflowers activity. Draw, label and measure your sunflower each week. Plant game (colour and B&W) and instructions: a fun game to help children learn all about what plants need to grow. Plant word mat (colour and B&W): use this delightful word mat to help children with writing activities. Plant jigsaw (colour and B&W): 2 of the same jigsaw provided on one page. Just print out on card, laminate and cut up. Learn the parts of a plant while playing! MINIBEASTS AND CREEPY CRAWLIES Activity Plans: Big Bug Hunt & 2 differentiated recording sheets Luxury Bug Hotel Bug Investigation Lab Wiggly Jiggly Wormery Beastly Bug Pebbles Make Your Own Bugs! Paper Plate Spider Webs Bug Box: Habitat Test Slithery Snail Collage It’s a Bug’s Life Cycles Also included… Bug game (in colour and B&W) and instructions: a fun game to help children learn about the needs of bugs. Bug word mat (in colour and B&W): use this delightful word mat with writing activities. Bug jigsaws: 6 bug jigsaws. Just print out on card, laminate and cut up. Learn about the different parts of bugs with these adorable jigsaws! Bug cards: 1 colour card and 1 B&W card each containing 9 bugs. You could print out 2 copies and use the bug cards to play snap/pairs. Butterfly and spider life cycle posters, both in colour and B&W. FARM ANIMALS Farm animal emergent reading book: provided in colour and B&W. You could print the pages back to back and use the book for guided/independent reading. Alternatively, the pages could be printed out separately and used for a display. Farm animal hunt printable (in colour and B&W): to use on a visit to a farm. Children should hunt for the animals shown and tick when they find them. Farm animal jigsaws: 6 jigsaws in colour only. Just print out, laminate and cut up. Learn about the different parts of animals with these adorable jigsaws! Farm animal spinners and activity prompt sheet: 1 colour spinner and 1 B&W spinner, each containing 6 animals. Ideas for how to use the spinners provided. Farm animal word mat (in colour and B&W): use this delightful word mat with writing activities. Farm animal writing paper, both in colour and B&W: farm themed paper to use for writing activities. Farm animal board game (in colour and B&W), playing pieces, die and instructions: who will be first to reach the farm? Animals included: goat, cow, sheep, pig, hen and rabbit. ZOO ANIMALS Zoo animal hunt printable (in colour and B&W): to use on a visit to the zoo. Children should hunt for the animals shown and tick when they find them. Zoo animal jigsaws: 6 jigsaws in colour and B&W. Just print out, laminate and cut up. Learn about the different parts of animals with these adorable jigsaws! Zoo animal spinners and activity prompt sheet: 1 colour spinner and 1 B&W spinner each containing 6 animals. Ideas for how to use the spinners provided. Zoo animal word mat (in colour and B&W): use this delightful word mat with writing activities. Zoo animal writing paper, both in colour and B&W: zoo themed paper to use for writing activities. Zoo animal board game, playing pieces, die and instructions: who will be first to reach the zoo? Thank you for taking the time to look at my product. If you do decide to buy, I would really appreciate feedback! Visit my shop for more hands-on learning activities!
Understanding the world milestones (Birth - 5 years old)Quick View
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Understanding the world milestones (Birth - 5 years old)

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Understanding the world progression of skills from birth to 5 years old Do you know that developmental milestones children reach at each stage lay the foundation for progress in school? This comprehensive progression map outlines how children develop the understanding of the world from birth to school age. You can follow this chart to assess your child’s progress and readiness for school, as well as plan activities for homeschooling. The school expectations at age 4-5 are taken from the National Curriculum in the UK. Please note that all children develop at a different pace and this progression map is designed to give you a brief overview of what you can expect at each stage. It includes 8 areas of understanding the world development: • People and communities • The world • Technology and tools • Materials • History • Living things • Forces • Geography If you find this progression map useful, you can find Mathematical skills, Communication & Language, Literacy, Physical development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development progression maps in our shop.
EYFS- Editable Learning Journey Template- Understanding the WorldQuick View
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EYFS- Editable Learning Journey Template- Understanding the World

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A colorful template for your learning journal for documenting children's learning. Understanding the World- simply click and begin typing your story. Click and insert images required. These documents display as a lovely keepsake for families in children's Learning Journey and are quick and easy to use.
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EYFS PSHE/Understanding the World, Relationships at School

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Taken from our PSHE EYFS/KS1 Resource file One lesson with activities to get the children thinking about key questions. About the unit in general: The material in this unit contains ideas on how PSHE and Citizenship can be introduced in the early years. Many of the skills and values that fall within this area of the curriculum are taught throughout each day in an Early Years classroom. The qualities they encourage are illustrated on the following page. Three themes: • Fairness • Relationships • Choices have been covered in depth. Many of the qualities that are developed in PSHE and Citizenship are embraced within these particular subjects. They are fundamental to the Early Years curriculum. Timing In this unit most of the activities would take 10-15 minutes. However, some of the ideas presented are not full activities but suggestions of how to incorporate the topic into the everyday classroom Find the full unit on TES: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/eyfs-pshe-understanding-the-world-back-to-school-unit-of-work-6-lessons-unit-12319666 Leave a review
Understanding how fold mountains are formed - KS2Quick View
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Understanding how fold mountains are formed - KS2

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This lesson is part of Mountain Environments, a Geography unit designed for students in upper KS2 (Y4-6). First the presentation recaps the structure of the Earth and how its crust is split into tectonic plates. It then investigates the different ways tectonic plates can move and how two tectonic plates colliding can form fold mountains (e.g. the Himalayas). The differentiated activity challenges students to work out which tectonic plates formed different fold mountain ranges around the world. Easier – Students have to find one tectonic plate. Medium – Students have to find two tectonic plates. Harder – Students find the name of each mountain range and two tectonic plates. Extension – Students complete a cloze procedure paragraph about fold mountains. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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Understanding Christianity: Salvation Y1 Medium Term Planning

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I created this planning after I attended the Understanding Christianity Ks1 course. Covers 6 questions across 6 lessons: Where does salvation fit into the big story? To know the Easter story and how it links with the ideas of salvation. (What is the Easter story? ) What instructions does Jesus give on how to behave? Think, talk and ask questions about whether the story of Easter has anything to say to them about sadness, hope or heaven, exploring different ideas. (What emotions are shown through the Easter story? ) How do Christians show their beliefs about the Easter story? Give at least three examples of how Christians show their beliefs about Jesus’ death and resurrection in church worship at Easter.
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Science/Understanding the World Floating and Sinking Experiments, Activities & Emergent Reader

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Use this super exciting pack to teach your class all about floating and sinking. Included are the following … 8 pages of awesome activity ideas. Floating and sinking word mat (in colour and B&W): use this word mat with writing activities. Recording sheets: 5 recording sheets with differentiated versions = 10 in total! Perfect for pupils of all abilities and different year groups. Design a rubber ring sheet. ‘Floating and Sinking’ emergent reading book: provided in colour and B&W. You could print the pages back to back and use the book for guided/independent reading. Alternatively, the pages could be printed out separately and used for a display. I would really appreciate feedback for my product! For more exciting resources visit my shop.
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Understanding body language with worksheets

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Ideal for KS3 students to understand non verbal communication and what it may indicate. Discusses positive and negative body language and how to read this. It provides an opportunity for students to consider different scenarios and suggest what types of body language may be appropriate and inappropriate. Worksheets to go alongside it.
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Understanding Latitude & Longitude - KS2/KS3

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Understanding Latitude and Longitude is a Geography unit designed for students in upper KS2 and KS3. The unit contains a sequence of four lessons which are carefully designed to help students understand the key concepts of latitude and longitude and learn the skill of reading coordinates on a world map. The planning overview and topic title page can be downloaded for free here. Lessons include: L1 – Introduction to latitude and longitude L2 – Finding latitude and longitude coordinates on a world map L3 – Reading latitude and longitude with greater accuracy L4 – Locating world capital cities using latitude and longitude Each lesson includes a presentation and differentiated activities/worksheets. If you like this resource, we would appreciate a review! We will happily send you a free resource in return for a review or useful suggestions/feedback. Contact us at ed@teachitforward.co.uk. For more Geography resources, check out www.teachitforward.co.uk.
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UNDERSTANDING ISLAM

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UNDERSTANDING ISLAM - 26 SLIDES World Muslims World Distribution of Muslims American Muslims The Basics of Faith Allah – One God Prophets and Scriptures Prophet Muhammad Quran: The Holy Book Forms of Worship Charity (Zakat) Fasting (during Ramadan) Hajj (Pilgrimage) Muslim Students Food Mothers Daughters Human Rights in Islam Justice in Islam Repel Evil with Goodness Suicide is a grave sin Muslim symbols and pictures