Its great but I saw a school using it today and it isn;t true about the Mother's day in the US. Its not a set day but just the second Sunday in May and its not a national holiday. Just a hallmark one
<p>I found a resource on this site covering mothers day but it was more for older children so I have adapted it for younger children. The resource is aimed at foundation stage children and is a simple way of introducing this custom. It is also to be used to promote discussion and to give ideas to enable the children to celebrate this custom with thier mums. It also leads on to making a card for the occasion.</p>
A lovely Powerpoint file to use as an assembly for Mothers' Day with a Christian theme. It looks at the mothers in the Bible and what they did for their children. This is particularly suitable for KS2 and the children clearly enjoy the discussion that can be had around which skill or characteristic each mother from the Bible displayed. Children are then encouraged to consider how much their own mothers do for them.
This is a Powerpoint presentation I made for a Catholic school assembly. It could easily be adapted for other faith schools I am sure. The idea was to introduce pupils to the idea of Lent and to stimulate discussion about what they could do during Lent to deepen their relationship with God. I hope you might find it useful.
European Deal or No Deal: Two games: Euro ’16 and the European Union<br />
European Deal No Deal; Based on the TV game show, these are two interactive PowerPoint based quizzes.<br />
Each with 20 multiple choice questions <br />
Players need to:<br />
• Choose a numbered box and pick an answer to a question.<br />
• Click on an answer and, if right, the answer will go green. <br />
• Click next and the banker will make a points offer.<br />
• Deal, and they keep all the points, and someone else gets to play. <br />
• Don’t deal and they play on.<br />
• If answered incorrectly, they’re out of the game and lose all the points<br />
• It at the end teams are level, there’s a tie breaker to decide who wins<br />
Over 30 slides covering this summer's Olympics 2016 in Rio and the Euro 2016 meet in France in June 2016.<br />
The resource has three files- two pdf worksheets including comprehensions, gapfills, discussion questions, word searches, maths calculations and acrostic poems, and a PowerPoint with Olympic quiz questions.<br />
This is ideal end of term fun work for KS2- touches on general knowledge, PE, English and Maths. <br />
Good PSHE lesson too!