This outstanding resource allows children to explore what is meant by democracy. The lesson plan is evident from the smartboard and the lesson allows for talk partners and class discussion. Links to SMSC are embedded into the lesson itself.
This year 5 or 6 resource explores what it is like to suffer a loss in terms of a friendship. The lesson objective and all elements of the lesson can be found on the powerpoint.<br />
Ideal lesson before looking at bereavement with the pupils.<br />
All links to SMSC are embedded
This is a comprehensive set of activities to work on geography about 14 European countries. It is possible to change the selection of countries by adding extra passports, flags and numbers on the board.<br />
You can view most of the game components in this picture: https://goo.gl/JkQUgf<br />
The main game is about taking a trip around Europe. Players each select a passport which contains the identity of a child who they will become during the game. The passport also contains a list of countries to which they must travel in order to win the game. To be fair, each passport will require the same total amount in order to win. To travel, players must earn money by answering trivia questions about these 14 countries, which can then be spent on flights to different countries on their list. Trivia questions include physical geography (location and shape), flags and capital cities. All game components are provided in PDF and DOCX format for ease of printing and also to allow you to customise the game to include different countries and/or different trivia questions.<br />
This game is suitable for lower primary pupils or older ESL or SEN children. Full rules are provided in PDF form in the download.<br />
The secondary game provided is basically UNO, except uses flags. It is intended to help children practice correct forms of 'be' in the present simple and recognise some flags. Game play is identical to UNO. <br />
Also provided are corresponding cut outs and worksheets about these countries. Cut outs can be used to practice capital cities, then further practiced on the worksheets. Another worksheet has pupils colour the flags according to a description.