<p>Nice starter or wrap up to a lesson on mitosis, variation, inheritance etc. students shown a picture of an animal and it’s name eg. ‘Cama’ and have to guess which two animals produced it (Camal and Llama). 4-5 examples included</p>
Shapes - Guess the Shape PowerPoint. Read the clues, then guess the shape. 8 basic shapes: triangle, square, rectangle, diamond, heart, star, circle, and pentagon. Interactive PowerPoint for early learning, Enjoy! - HappyEdugator
Children to count how many fireworks they can see, and find the appropriate number. There are two PPT presentations, one focuses on numbers 1 to 5 and the other focuses on numbers 1 to 10. NTPrint font was used
A4 & A3 activity for children to design and label their own animal.
Prompt words given in boarder to help imagination.
tusk, trunk, tail, foot, shell, beak, head, horn, ear, arm, fingers, nose, hands