This interactive activity asks pupils to put the aliens in the correct order according to where each alien says it should go.
This is an interactive resource. The aliens each say which place they go in the line. Ask pupils to put them in the correct order. Note: This is a Flash activity and may not work on all devices and browsers. We recommend IE.
A fun resource pack for the story 'Aliens love Underpants'. Includes: DISPLAY: Display banner- a long colourful banner for your display Display border- two colourful themed borders to print out as many times as you need for a display board of any size Word cards- words on spaceships relating to the story Word and picture flashcards- colourful cards to add to a display or writing area Underpant colours- coloured underpants each with the colour name on Alien posters- a set of colourful posters showing different aliens LITERACY: A4 word card- an A4 word card with words and pictures for the children to use when writing about the story Underpants alphabet- a lovely alphabet line on colourful underpants Writing sheets- a set of writing sheets with borders for the children to write on and use in the writing area Speech bubble worksheets- fill in the speech bubbles to show what the aliens are saying Word searches- two word searches with words from the story to find Worksheets- a collection of worksheets about the story MATHS: Alien number line- a number line to 50 on colourful aliens Missing number worksheets- fill in the missing numbers on the underpants plus a blank worksheet so you can differentiate Size ordering worksheets- order the underpants and aliens by size- in colour and also black and white Counting worksheets- count the number of aliens and the underpants on the washing line GAMES: Matching pairs- match the underpants with the same patterns Build an alien- roll a die and collect a part of your alien- how many aliens can you make? Washing line game- find the missing number underpants to hang on your washing line Dominoes- a number dominoes game to make and play ARTS AND CRAFTS: Design some underpants- draw a pattern on the underpants Split pin aliens- cut and assemble some aliens Tracing sheets- trace the patterns on the underpants and trace over the dotted lines on the aliens Stick puppets- colour and make your own stick puppet aliens Spaceship design- design a new spaceship for the aliens Face masks- colour and decorate the alien face masks Play dough mats- make the correct number of underpants for the washing line or make the patterns on the underpants Colouring- a collection of colouring worksheets STORY TELLING: Sequence pictures- a set of coloured pictures to use when retelling the story Face masks- a set of coloured alien face masks to use when retelling the story or making up new stories Stick puppets- coloured stick puppets to use when retelling the story Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the authors or publishers of the story, or any related stories or products.
EYFS Number - Addition and Subtraction - Worksheet This resource contains colourful aliens with between 1 and 10 eyes. This is a useful visual aid to support pupils during addition or subtraction activities. It can also be used for display as a fun number line.
Your class will love thinking up feature ideas for an alien, and independent writers will be keen to fill up the lines of this sheet with their descriptions. Are the alien’s eyes rolling, red, twinkly as stars, or different again? Could its skin be soggy, spiky, scorching as desert sand or covered in green hair, perhaps? Discuss possibilities with the class to unlock minds, and let each read out a line afterwards. See my other free alien writing sheet too, for a format variation - also my other space writing sheets, featuring planets, stars, and space rhymes.
EYFS Number - Addition to 10 - Worksheet This worksheet asks pupils to add the number of eyes the aliens have on each line to create the sum and calculate the total, answers are up to 10. This resource is great to use a recap at the start of a lesson or a plenary to assess pupils' understanding of addition sums. It is It is also useful as a homework task.
This Alien crime scene activity pack is a great addition to your Alien - or Space - themed topic. With this pack you will be able to create a crime scene where a someone has crash landed on Earth in their UFO but they are missing! Students have to investigate using the clues provided to find out who has landed on Earth and what planet they have come from out of 4 possible choices. This crime scene is designed to be interactive, engaging and adapted to suit students ability levels. This crime scene includes the following activities; • Planet and Alien Information Booklet Students look through this booklet to find out information on the 4 possible planets and the aliens that live on them. The booklet holds important information to help students work out which alien has landed on Earth. • Taste - Eat Something has been left behind for students to taste! (Popcorn) Students have to taste the item, decide what it is and then match it to the alien who likes to eat it. • Taste - Drink Something has been left behind for students to smell! (Milk) Students have to drink the item, decide what it is and then match it to the alien who likes to drink this. • Eye Witness Reports Students need to read through the 4 witness reports. The witnesses are explaining one of the aliens. Students need to look for the important bits of information to match it to an alien in the line up. • Matching Footprints Footprints have been left behind at the scene! Students need to look at the footprints and try and match them to the aliens footprints. • Clue Book Students put their clues into the clue book as they go along. This way they are able to keep track of all the clues they have found. This will help them when they need to make a decision on who they think has landed on Earth and where they are from. • Going Home Students need to help the alien find his way through the maze to get back to his UFO. • Following Instructions The alien is in his UFO and ready to get back to his planet - but it’s invisible! Can you follow the instructions and help the alien get home? Your students will love taking part in this fun and interactive crime scene. A teachers walkthrough is also included in the pack to help you put together the crime scene and use it to the best of its ability. I would also recommend trying out the crime scene before giving it to your students so that you are able to familiarize yourself with the way that it works. This comes in both spelling options i.e color/colour, favorite/favourite etc. Almost everything that you need to complete this crime scene is included in this pack. However, you will need access to popcorn and milk for students to taste/smell.
EYFS Number - Addition to 10 - Adding up to 5 Worksheet This worksheet asks pupils to add the number of eyes the aliens have on each line to create the sum and calculate the total, answers are up to 5. This resource is great to use a recap at the start of a lesson or a plenary to assess pupils' understanding of addition sums. It is It is also useful as a homework task.
The aliens are unique to Funky Phonics and those who have the same sound but a different way of writing it are the same shaped alien but a different colour, helping to identify sound families. This has carried over from the Phase 3 version. There is an alien for each sound and 6 sets of underwear (vest and underpants). Vests have real words and the underpants have nonsense words. ew/ue/u-e have 3 real words for the oo sound and 3 for the yoo sound. The alien words can be used for either. This resource has been designed to be open ended and used in many ways. Some ideas for how to use are listed below: Matching – match either vest or underpants or even both to the alien that has the sound that’s in the words. Pick a pair – match a vest and underpants that contain the same sound. Or match the alien to either the vest or the underpants. Sorting – sort the alien words from the real words. Bingo – pick either a vest or underpants and read the word. Hold up the alien whose sound is in the word. Display – make a washing line, place an alien next to it. Sort out which underwear belongs to him and hang it on the line. Sound Families - use with the Phase 3 version and match aliens with the same sound. Match the underwear that contains the same sound but different spelling to each other or alien. A fun way of fitting practicing pseudo words and phonics in your Alien and space topics.
The aliens are all my own design and those who have the same sound but a different way of writing it are the same shaped alien but a different colour, helping to identify sound families. This carries over to the Phase 5 version. There is an alien for each sound and 6 sets of underwear (vest and underpants). Vests have real words and the underpants have nonsense words. This resource has been designed to be open ended and used in many ways. Some ideas for how to use are listed below: Matching – match either vest or underpants or even both to the alien that has the sound that’s in the words. Pick a pair – match a vest and underpants that contain the same sound. Or match the alien to either the vest or the underpants. Sorting – sort the alien words from the real words. Bingo – pick either a vest or underpants and read the word. Hold up the alien whose sound is in the word. Display – make a washing line, place an alien next to it. Sort out which underwear belongs to him and hang it on the line. A fun resource to practice pseudo words and phonics that will fit into your Alien or space topics.
This pack has lots of different activities to practice reading pseudo words contain the Phase 3 sounds. Included: Aliens Underwear This resource has been designed to be open ended and used in many ways. Some ideas for how to use are listed below: Matching – match either vest or underpants or even both to the alien that has the sound that’s in the words. Pick a pair – match a vest and underpants that contain the same sound. Or match the alien to either the vest or the underpants.Sorting – sort the alien words from the real words. Bingo – pick either a vest or underpants and read the word. Hold up the alien whose sound is in the word. Display – make a washing line, place an alien next to it. Sort out which underwear belongs to him and hang it on the line. Alien Words Board Games There are five boards in total with approximately 11 words for each sound on each board. So lots of practice. Comets and Rockets This is an alien words game based on the classic snakes and ladders but with a twist. Land on the rocket's fire, go up. Land on the comet's tail, go down. There are five boards in total with approximately 15 words for each sound on each board. So lots of practice. Roll and Read Alien Names There is a board for each phase 3 sound. The board with oo can be used for oo and oo (u). Ideally played in pairs and children can see how many alien families they can cover up. Alien Word PowerPoint click on the sound and it will take you to the section with an alien named after each sound. You will need to click the alien will appear, click again and his speech bubble with name will appear and a final click reveals the sound buttons Aliens Ahoy Play as a group or in pairs. Players close or cover their eyes. Adult or chosen child hides one of the alien cards underneath a spaceship. Players take turns to guess which spaceship by saying the word that’s on the spaceship. Winner hides the alien next. Either chose to focus on a sound or mix them up. The choice is yours, with 10 pseudo per sound there are plenty of games to play. Buying these in a bundle will save you 29% on the total cost buying each resource separately. So why not grab yourself a bargain.
I have a challenging Y9 Spanish group made up of all boys. I took them to the computer room and told them they were investigative reporters who were interested in the supernatural and the unexplained. They were then given this task sheet and I have never seen them so focussed. They all decided it was alien in origin and won't be persuaded otherwise, even when I told them about the severed heads.
Great for inspiring reluctant writers or filling a few hours in your class with fun yet challenging learning activities. A complete, engaging, imaginative, creative writing or Big Writing stimuli lesson that can be applied to many different writing genres. Children discuss ideas and then plan by answering the thought provoking questions which enable a wealth of ideas to be generated for the writing. Planning sheet includes 5 sense descriptions, VCOP elements and purpose, audience and genre notes to help meet the new 2014 curriculum. Starter activity + 2 widths of line guides/writing sheets included plus optional paragraph planning sheet, custom art sheet and self-assessment plenary activity mean that this lesson's length is flexible and could easily last for 2 hours if you wanted it to and comes with 3 different options in the teachers' notes for delivery over 1,2 or 3 lessons. Lesson is aimed at KS2 but can be used for more able KS1, or KS3 as it is differentiated by outcome.
Bring fun and laughter into your space studies with this two-page, quick-fire roll of crazy, snappy rhymes about aliens, rockets, stars and more! Most are couplets, with a few 4-line verses too, and all are bonkers! They’ll inspire variations and brand new rhymes from your class, boosting their literacy skills. The rhymes are my own, and I’ve used some in my space poetry sessions. TIPS for class rhymes - I recommend starting with “space”, eliciting a list of single words that rhyme with it to write below. Then fill up the line leading up to “space”, e.g. I saw an alien up in space, and finally think up a line to end with your rhyming word, e.g. She was doing up her lace. Have fun! **SEE ALSO ** - PLANET poetry frame (Yrs 2-4) - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/planet-poetry-frame-ys-2-4-12018025 + Planet picture-poem frame (KS2) - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/planet-picture-poem-frame-ks2-guidance-sheet-11886984
Year 1 Addition and Subtraction Bundle This year 1 maths teaching bundle contains the following 8 PowerPoint presentations with accompanying worksheets: Adding Aliens - Adding Numbers to 20 Adding Using a Number Line Addition and Subtraction are Opposites! Addition and Subtraction Facts Let’s Take Away - Beginning to Subtract Number Fact Families Taking Away Using a Number Line Up, Up and Take Away! (Subtracting Numbers to 20) Each of these maths teaching resources has been designed to help deliver lessons covering the Year 1 maths curriculum objectives as outlined in the year 1 maths programme of study (Number - addition and subtraction). For a full description and preview of each resource please click on the images below. This bundle gives you a saving of 62% when compared to buying each resource individually.
Multiplication Games NO PREP Math Games - Longest Line by Games 4 Learning This collection of multiplication games contains 26 Multiplication Games that review a variety of multiplication skills up to 12 x 12. ***PLEASE NOTE: This collection of Multiplication Games contains versions with UK / Australian spelling and also US spelling. *** These are PRINT and PLAY games. They require NO PREP. Just print and hand out. Each multiplication game requires a different multiplication skill. They are designed to make students apply their multiplication facts and also to make the think. The games are as follows Astronauts Longest Line Multiplication by 2 Pirate Treasure Longest Line Multiplication by 3 Pizza Chef Longest Line Multiplication by 4 Wild West Longest Line Multiplication by 5 Pirates Longest Line Multiplication by 6 Aliens Longest Line Multiplication by 7 Owl Eyes Longest Line Multiplication by 8 Pirate Parrot Longest Line Multiplication by 9 Beach Friends Longest Line Multiplication by 10 Blast Off Longest Line Multiplication by 11 Owl Tree Longest Line Multiplication by 12 Spaceship Multiplication by 2 Pizza Multiplication by 3 Cowboys Multiplication by 4 Striped Owls Multiplication by 5 Treasure Map Multiplication by 6 Stars and Moons Multiplication by 7 Pirate Ship Multiplication by 8 Owls on a Branch Multiplication by 9 Cactus Multiplication by 10 At the Beach Multiplication by 11 Making Pizza Multiplication by 12 Beach Play Find a Line Multiplication to 30 In Space Find a Line Multiplication to 40 Pizza Find a Line Multiplication to 60 Horse Riding Find a Line Multiplication to 100 These multiplication games are quick and easy to prepare and quick and easy to learn how to play. Just print the multiplication game and they are ready to play. All that these multiplication games require to play them is pencils and a few games also require dice. I hope the students enjoy these multiplication games!
Bright and visual posters of essential angle facts. Download this 37 piece, visual and colourful angle display for your classroom. All ready to print and put up so your pupils are engaged, enthused and excited to be learning about angles. Be amazed by this extensive display, including: 3 titles to choose from Key word cards to label an angle and protractor A question flap with an answer inside Question and answer bubbles explain key aspects of this topic. Real life images with a range of angles in to show pupils how this links to life outside of school. 5 easy steps to measure angles 10 simple steps to draw angles Colour-coded images and captions showing and explaining these key angles: acute angle right angle obtuse angle straight line reflex angle complete turn 45, 135, 225, 270, 315 degrees on cards angles on a straight line angles around a point Colour coded examples showing and explaining equal angles: when two lines intersect when a line intersects a parallel line set 1 when a line intersects a parallel line set 2 Colour coded examples showing and explaining interior angles of shapes and regular polygons: Triangle Quadrilaterals Pentagon Hexagon Heptagon Octagon Decagon Dodecagon Enthuse your children with learning angles, help them remember these important facts with ease. Use as a display, toolkit or support. All reviews welcome. You might also be interested in my engaging and popular lessons on drawing and measuring angles: Drawing angles with games and the context of aliens Measuring angles in the context of football
This resource is a set of 30 different quiz-quiz-trade cards. Each card has a question and answer on an aspect of Marxism, including false class consciousness, alienation, Gramsci’s humanistic Marxism, Althusser’s scientific Marxism, evaluation points and lots more. The content is designed for the AQA A Level Sociology Theory and Methods unit. There are enough cards for a class of 30, or for smaller classes students could have more than one card each. This active and engaging Kagan cooperative learning activity is useful for reviewing and revising learning. There are so many cards that the activity could be used in more than one lesson with a class by changing which of the 30 cards are used or not used on each occasion. All the cards are attractively designed with clear text and marked scissor lines to assist with cutting up.
The author is a retired attorney but still producing artist. This is a powerpoint presentation about Arts and Crafts Movement, led by William Morris in London, England, and his followers, in the UK, America, and later Japan. To best assess this presentation, study the actual slides on exhibit on this page. TEXT EXCERPT: Any discussion of the Arts & Crafts movement must always begin with William Morris. It would never have taken place without him. Morris went to Oxford with Edward Burne-Jones. They both intended on becoming ministers. However, they met Gabriel Dante Rossetti and the rest of the Pre-Raphaelite artists. They were so bowled over that they changed their life path so as to both became artists. The two men remained life long friends and sometime collaborators. Burne-Jones became a leading painter while Morris single handedly led the Arts & Crafts movement in England. Morris gave up painting so that he could pursue design. He could design just about anything. His myriad textile designs, his furniture and stained glass windows are well known. Morris believed that industrialization was an alienating and dehumanizing process. His goal was to unite the arts for the decoration of the home with simple forms echoing nature. This was to reverse alienation and dehumanization. His Arts and Crafts movement did not promote a particular style. He stuck with his overall goal: as machines replaced workers, the Arts and Crafts movement advanced the handmade and the designer as craftsman. The movement spread to America but remained linked to the British movement and Morris. Like most movements, this one waned over time, especially as the cities and use of technology rose. Handmade Arts and Crafts movements are frequently revived throughout time because of the societal need to counter alienation and dehumanization of people. One realization Morris did not achieve was making art for the common man per his socialist ideals. However, he achieved the overall goal of its trickling down to the middle class person. Morris was like a fashion designer who creates the couture line. Couture is very expensive and has the best materials and hand work. But it trickles down to the middle by others who use it to make their own variations of it to sell in the market place. Today many of us live like Morris wanted us to live. We have made our homes comfortable havens and we are dressed comfortably within them, enjoying them. Around us at least in part are objects that we’ve bought in art galleries, art fairs, craft shows and the like. Or we’ve even made those objects ourselves.
A short phonics session on adjacent consonant (day 5, phase 4). * Starts off with a timer used for a quick recap of learnt phonemes. * It then moves onto HFW. * The following slide allows the children to read the words by segmenting and then blending (with the aid of sound buttons and lines). * Next the children are required to sort the words into real words and alien words (i.e. nonsense words). *Make up silly words (using the phonemes and phoneme frame) for children to segment and blend * Finally ask the children to read the sentence to apply their knowledge. TIP: you can extend your lesson by providing the children an opportunity to write some of the words using their phonics skills. (SMART new version - could possibly transfer to PPT presentation if SMART Notebook does not work) ***THIS CAN ALSO BE USED AS A ONE-OFF SESSION***
A short phonics session on adjacent consonant (day 4, phase 4). * Starts off with a timer used for a quick recap of learnt phonemes. * It then moves onto HFW. * The following slide allows the children to read the words by segmenting and then blending (with the aid of sound buttons and lines). * Next the children are required to sort the words into real words and alien words (i.e. nonsense words). *Make up silly words (using the phonemes and phoneme frame) for children to segment and blend * Finally ask the children to read the sentence to apply their knowledge. TIP: you can extend your lesson by providing the children an opportunity to write some of the words using their phonics skills. (SMART new version - could possibly transfer to PPT presentation if SMART Notebook does not work) ***THIS CAN ALSO BE USED AS A ONE-OFF SESSION***