These themes are set around the classroom for the children to choose which learning area they want to be part of today. The pictures help to focus the children. With a small school I teach reception and year 1 together.\nBuild a bridge using the duplo or other construction kits to help Ramu and Sita escape.\nYR R\nEAD EMM\n20. Constructs with a purpose in mind, using a variety of resources\nYR 1 \nDT 1b Develop ideas by shaping materials and putting together components1c Talk about ideas\n1d Plan by suggesting what to do next as ideas develop\n2b Explore the sensory quality of materials.
Divali in 2016 will start on Sunday 30th October and will continue until Thursday 3rd November.
This resource pack has 76 files. It has an excellent range of resources including writing templates, borders, card templates, key questions, rangoli designs and many associated worksheets and activities.
There are also three Power Point Presentations:
• Divali - a Celebration
• Rama and Sita
• What is Special about Divali?
Also included are instructions for making divas and a recipe for Indian sweets.
There are posters, borders, labels and titles that will enable you to create an instant, bright and informative display.
This resource is designed for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children. This resource pack will be most relevant to teachers, trainee teachers, child minders and home educators.
Images were generated using graphics resources from Microsoft Office and Focus Multimedia Ltd and used with permission under the terms of the respective product licences.
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Diwali Vocab - \nuse to display key words when watching the BBC Schools video (http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/the-diwali-festival-and-its-significance/4788.html)\n\nRama and Sita sequence cards - \nuse to show children the order of the story as a resource to help them when re-enacting the Diwali story, using character masks from Sparklebox.\n\nRama and Sita story -\ndisplay on board and read and discuss the story with the class
This set of challenge cards are mathematics based. There are 3 to an A4 page. Each Challenge Card is numbered. Just print, cut to size and laminate and you will have a useful resource to use in a wide variety of ways. The Challenge Cards could be used as a write on wipe off activity or the children could copy them into their books. These Challenge Cards could be used as an early morning activity, for those that finish their work before others, or they could be used for 5 minute time fillers at any time of the day.