Minibeasts and pond dipping vocab/Count minibeastsQuick View

Minibeasts and pond dipping vocab/Count minibeasts

Symbols (c) Widgit Software 2010. Illustrated vocabulary sheets for minibeasts and pond dipping with tally sheet for minibeasts. Count down in 2s pages for minibeasts includes naming and memory task and opportunities for discussion. Items to count are presented in the same layout as Numicon pieces.
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Year 2 non-fiction comprehension - How to go pond dippingQuick View

Year 2 non-fiction comprehension - How to go pond dipping

This resource is a non-fiction comprehension activity for year 2, perfect for using in the summer term. There are three differentiated sets of instructions on how to go pond dipping, with differentiated questions. It is based on the KS1 SATs reading paper. There are a range of 'what, ' 'how' and 'why' questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is also laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.
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Wildlife Detective: make a pond dipping netQuick View

Wildlife Detective: make a pond dipping net

Are there monsters in the pond? Find out by making your own net to catch them. Simple, fun and easy to follow instructions. For more instructions on how to make things for investigating nature; including pooters, an animal trap and a sweep net look at our web-site https://www.rspb.org.uk/forprofessionals/teachers/resources/school-grounds/index.aspx
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A guide to pond dippingQuick View

A guide to pond dipping

Scientist Janet Sumner talks to some pond dippers about what is involved, during an event at the OUs regional office in Oxford. http://www.ispot.org.uk/
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Spot It: PondsQuick View

Spot It: Ponds

A tick sheet to help you to identify what's living in your pond. Perfect for pond dipping activities. For other spot it ID sheets for things such as minibeasts or birds and mammals see our website https://www.rspb.org.uk/forprofessionals/teachers/resources/school-grounds/index.aspx
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Characteristics of pond creaturesQuick View

Characteristics of pond creatures

A worksheet for pupils to record the characteristics of pond creatures: number of legs, antennae, wings, how it breathes, type of eater and whether it is a vertebrate or an invertebrate. Ideal to use after pond-dipping. Suitable for year 4 onwards.
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Looking after our pondQuick View

Looking after our pond

This out and about supports you in getting children involved in planning the maintenance of the pond. It gives curriculum linked ideas with a photocopiable worksheet to survey the pond before the maintenance takes place. This sheet would be complimented by our groundnotes on Ponds.
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A good place for a pond?Quick View

A good place for a pond?

This out and about is designed to help you involve children in the design and location of the pond it gives practical ideas and has a photocopiable worksheet to use with children. This resource would be complimented by our Ponds groundnotes.
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Food chains, food websQuick View

Food chains, food webs

pond dipping, energy flow, food pyramids, ecological relationships. Investigating a school pond. Several different food chains to investigate different habitats. Tables to collect data from a pond dip. Interactive links to web sites. If you don't have Promethean software download viewer from: http://support.prometheanplanet.com/server.php?show=nav.15853 please leave feedback.
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Year 2 non-fiction comprehension - What can I do in the spring?Quick View

Year 2 non-fiction comprehension - What can I do in the spring?

This resource is a non-fiction comprehension activity for year 2. It is based on the KS1 SATs reading paper and includes 3 differentiated levels. There are a range of 'what' and 'how' questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is also laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. This comprehension is all about activities children can do in the spring. It covers woodland walks, pond dipping and making a nature notebook. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.
blossomingminds
Alphabet Write the Room BundleQuick View

Alphabet Write the Room Bundle

Are you looking for a way to engage your learners while learning the alphabet? Write the room is a fun and interactive way to get your students moving around the classroom. After placing word/concept cards around the classroom, students will walk around with a clipboard and recording sheet. Students write the words/answers they find on your chosen recording sheet. In each set, you will find: - color write the room cards - black and white write the room cards - Recording Sheet: students write the words to match each picture - "Color It": students color the pictures that begin with the appropriate letter (half sheet) Full sets included 12 words, mini-sets (Q, U, Z) include 6 words. FOCUS WORDS A: ace, acorn, alligator, anchor, angel, angry, ape, apple, apron, astronaut, ate, ax B: baby, ball, barn, bat, bear, bed, bee, bike, bird, book, bus, butterfly C: cap, cake, can, car, card, cat, coat, cot, couch, cow, cup, cut D: dad, dance, dentist, desk, dice, dig, dip, doctor, dog, doll, door, duck E: eagle, easel, eat, eel, egg, elbow, elephant, elk, emu, engine, eraser, Eskimo F: fall, fan, farm, fat, feet, fence, fire, fish, five, fog, fort, fox G: game, garbage, garden, gate, gift, girl, give, goat, goldfish, goose, gorilla, guitar H: ham, hand, hat, heart, hen, hero, hip, hive, hog, horse, hose, hut I: ice, idea, igloo, iguana, inch, infant, insect, inside, iPad, iron, island, ivy J: jacket, jam, jar, jeans, jeep, jet, jewel, jog, jug, juice, jump, jungle K: kangaroo, karate, kettle, key, kid, king, kit, kitchen, kite, kitten, kiwi, koala L: ladybug, lake, lamb, lamb, laptop, leaf, leg, lemon, lid, lion, lips, log M: mad, man, map, mat, milk, mitt, mole, mom, monkey, moon, mop, mug N: nail, nap, necklace, needle, nest, net, night, nine, nose, note, nurse, nut O: oatmeal, ocean, octagon, octopus, old, olive, on, open, ostrich, otter, oval, over P: pail, paint, pan, panda, paper, pen, pet, pig, pin, pipe, pond, pot Q: quail, quarter, queen, question, quiet, quilt R: rain, rake, rat, read, red, rice, ring, road, rope, rose, rug, run S: sad, sail, saw, sea, seal, seeds, silo, sink, sit, six, socks, sun T: tag, tail, tape, tea, ten, tent, tie, tiger, tire, toe, tub, tube U: ukulele, umbrella, umpire, unicorn, unicycle, utensils V: vacuum, valley, van, vase, vegetable, vest, vet, vine, violin, volcano, vote, vulture W: wagon, walk, wand, watch, web, wed, well, wig, wing, wolf, wood, worm X: ax, box, fax, fox, Kleenex, mailbox, mix, ox, relax, six, toolbox, wax Y: yak, yam, yard, yarn, yawn, yell, yellow, yogurt, yolk, you, young, yoyo Z: zebra, zero, zigzag, zip, zoo, zucchini This resource was created with U.S. spelling.
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