A Fantastic workbook for KS1 or top Early Years upon the senses, the sheets could be used individually as some are more LA and others are more for HA. Makes a lovely workbook if used together.
Worksheets based on Wayland's Popcorn series Our Five Senses - 5 books that introduces children to the importance of senses in experiencing their world. A photocopiable worksheet is available for each book that enable you to ensure that the children have grasped key ideas. Use the worksheets in a guided reading session, for topic-based group work or for homework. Order copies of these books now at www.waylandbooks.co.uk and get 10% discount! Please enter promotional code DOWNLOAD10 at checkout to receive your discount.
Can easily be adapted for half an hour, quarter of an hour etc. - whatever your class is up to. One clock is left blank so that the children can use the smart board and draw on the time. A class clock works just as well if you don't have access to a smart board.
A Key Stage 1 (age 6-7) Science resource based around the ocean as a theme. This worksheet is a lighthouse for students to colour in.
Alive, Dead, or Never Lived?
All living things do seven things:
- grow bigger or older
- get rid of waste
- need food
- use oxygen for energy
18 science glossaries for different parts of the curriculum. They were originally designed for KS3 but can be used earlier or later depending on ability.
These can be used for reference or spelling homework or starts to topics.
Chemistry - Acids & Alkalis, Atoms & Elements, Compounds & Mixtures, Reactions of Metals and Simple Chemical Reactions.
Biology - Cells, Environment & Feeding Relationships, Food & Digestion, Plants & Photosynthesis, Reproduction, Sound and Hearing & Variation
Physics - Electric Circuits, Energy Resources, Gravity & Space, Space & Beyond, Particle Theory and Speeding Up
Pet cards and skin texture boards. Children to sort the cards onto the correct board, depending on which skin type they have. Can provoke discussion around why animals have certain skins (temperature regulation, protection, sensory needs). Could also introduce camouflage.