A picture of Santa to colour in with lines to follow to cut out in order to make a jigsaw. This simple activity will help learners understand the importance of postion and the relationship between shapes.
A picture of Santa to color in with lines to follow to cut out in order to make a jigsaw. This simple activity will help learners understand the importance of position and the relationship between shapes.
I hope you enjoy this jigsaw puzzle created in ppt. You should be able to adapt it using different images without too much difficulty.
The first slide will not change until you activate it but then pieces of the jigsaw will disappear every few seconds.
Who can guess the character behind the scene?
Ensure that children understand that all the people who have come to live here since Roman times have made an impact on Britain. Children research one country that people have immigrated from and add a picture and label to a large class version of the jigsaw.
A fun and simple interactive PowerPoint to help learners recognise the similarities and differences between baby animals and their parents whilst becoming familiar with their names. Clicking on the correct animal takes the baby animal to it's parent :-)
A PowerPoint based on the baby einstein book 'Mama and Me'. The lovely pictures will help learners make the connection between animal names and images, and will stimulate discussion about animals and their young.
A simple PowerPoint with animations to explain the process of growing a plant from seed - and the basic care and conditions that will help it grow. My daughter recited this poem to me one day, but had no idea who had written it, so apologies for not being able to cite the poet. I thought it was really lovely though and would be a good introduction to planting and growing :-)