Day and night/ seasonsQuick View
aliburke4aliburke4

Day and night/ seasons

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Two lessons for the year 5 space topic on day and night/ seasons. Includes demonstrations will need football (sun) and smaller ball (earth). Includes work sheets activities and videos.
Day and nightQuick View
HamiltonTrustHamiltonTrust

Day and night

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In this session children shed light on how day and night is created on Earth, international time zones and why their length changes throughout the year. They then take a safe look at sun spots on the surface of the Sun. Suitable for Year 5 pupils.
KS3 Day and nightQuick View
DinosaurLaboratoryDinosaurLaboratory

KS3 Day and night

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https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/DinosaurLaboratory Be weird, be funny, be gross, have fun, play, stick to your routines and find that little spark of madness we all have and electrocute the class with it! My style of teaching isn’t for everyone, I’m a dyslexic teacher who’s heard it all, my lessons are all catered towards accessibility (because if they were not I’d never be able to read them myself). Everything is short sharp and to the point, I don’t believe in endless writing, reams of printing, spoon feeding diagrams or pointless activities. Every minute matters! Be sure to check out all my other resources, as a personal goal I intend to share all my resources at least once because hey, the government isn’t going to make it easier and we both know you are reading this way outside of your work hours. Enjoy, comment or rate if you can, but most of all hang in there, they need you way more than you realise!
Rotation - Day and NightQuick View
parvinjafarovaparvinjafarova

Rotation - Day and Night

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I used this presentation to teach Rotation in grade 1. As a part of Light and Dark unit we were learning what makes day and night. The ppt is good to use for the main input. There are a few gifs, so it looks better in Slide Show mode.
Day and NightQuick View
gennyggennyg

Day and Night

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Poster like fact sheet , can be printed to make a class poster. day and night
Day/NightQuick View
saz0885saz0885

Day/Night

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A powerpoint examining why we have day and night and the earth's rotation.
Night and DayQuick View
rtyler62rtyler62

Night and Day

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The main presentation is a PowerPoint with animated sequences showing how the rotation of the Earth results in night and day. Support Material Readme (instructions for whole lesson) Learning Outcomes (PowerPoint) Starter Activity (PowerPoint and Worksheet) Main Activity (PowerPoint with worksheets and answer sheets) Lesson Notes (hand-out) Plenary Activity (PowerPoint and worksheet) It is intended for all science teachers but particularly those who are not physics specialists. It is, primarily, aimed at 11 to 14 year old pupils but can also be used with younger pupils as a precursor to a more in-depth study of this topic. Normally, the activities would fill a 45 to 60 minute lesson. If you buy this resource, please print the Readme document as it contains the instructions and details of the files included. Learning Outcomes The learning outcomes are based on Bloom’s taxonomy of hierarchical classification: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. The lesson title and learning outcomes are: Why Do We Have Night And Day? Learning Outcomes Knowledge to describe the Earth’s 24 hour cycle and how this results in day and night to recognise the effect that the tilt of the Earth’s axis has on the northern and southern hemispheres Analysis to compare the relative times of day in different parts of the World. Differentiation The activities have varying degrees of differentiation; please refer to the Readme document.
Day and Night in the WorldQuick View
astroeduastroedu

Day and Night in the World

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This activity allows pupils to learn the difference between diurnal and nocturnal animals, understand that when it is day here, it is night on the other side of the world, and that it is light when the Sun comes up and it is dark when the Sun goes down. At the end, pupils build a model of the Earth and can experiment with day and night.
PowerPoint on Day and NightQuick View
dazaylingdazayling

PowerPoint on Day and Night

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This is a presentation that can be used to explain to pupils how day and night happens. The presentation covers the spinning of the Earth and the axis. This is a good introduction to the concept of day and night or as a revision resource. I hope that you find this useful and you will leave feedback if you use it.
Space - Day and Night KS2Quick View
carlyloloucarlylolou

Space - Day and Night KS2

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The starter activity is a glossary, matching key words to their definition. It is differentiated for higher and lower (higher have ore words) The presentation then discusses why we experience night and day. There are lots of youtube links to help visual learners. The main activity requires children to shade in a diagram and then explain why we experience night and day. Higher children have key words and need to write their own sentences Lower children fill in missing words SEN children have first letter of each missing word Please note I do not own any of the pictures or videos used in these resources.
Day and Night TimeQuick View
MelissaMDayMelissaMDay

Day and Night Time

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Discuss with students the different things that you can do during the day and night time. Students will journal something that they do during the day time and the night time. ECE-Science
Night and dayQuick View
sarahunderwoodsarahunderwood

Night and day

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Images of night and day with simple sentences and questions. Pictures of nocturnal animals with labels. What do we do in the daytime? coloring sheet idea for continuous provision. Please leave a comment if you have time!
Day and Night Two-Way PicturesQuick View
SuemaasSuemaas

Day and Night Two-Way Pictures

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These look great when they are finished. I have given clear instructions on the first sheet and pictures of an example which I created. The trick is to keep the pictures as simple as possible so that the children can recreate them for day and night. They are a bit difficult to display, but children are fascinated by seeing the difference from one side and then the other.
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Wordy WIlliamWordy WIlliam

Demonstrating day & night

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A kinesthetic game for demonstrating that although the sunlight will always hit one face of the Earth, the rotation of the Earth will give the appearance of sun rise and sun set.
Night and Day - Light and DarkQuick View
peterfogartypeterfogarty

Night and Day - Light and Dark

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Are you teaching about night and day, light and dark or about shadows and how they form? Then this night and day bundle is perfect for you! There are photos, writing prompts and fun games to play with your class. Try it today!
Day and Night  KS2 Lesson Plan and WorksheetQuick View
SaveTeachersSundaysSaveTeachersSundays

Day and Night KS2 Lesson Plan and Worksheet

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Day and night KS2 lesson plan and worksheet: - day and night KS2 lesson plan. - worksheets for KS2 day and night There is a PDF of all of the files and an editable version of each file (you just need to delete the watermark logo from each of the editable files). You can find more KS2 Science lesson plans, worksheets and teaching resources on the Save Teachers' Sundays