If you are interested in something that is a different yet meaningful cross-curricula learning experience with elements of: wonder, awe, poetry, philosophy, science, nature, geography, team work, art, appreciation of nature and so much more, then this is for you.<br />
This lesson is called the magical lesson of wonder because that is the desired outcome. A cynic may think that this is just observing nature through microscopes but it is so much more than that in part due to the fascinating web resource used for the lesson.<br />
Suitable for any age or KS (but designed for KS2 or KS1) as the element of wonder and magic is something that never tires.<br />
You will need microscopes or magnifying glass (USB microscopes ideally) and access to objects from nature or a selection you provide. <br />
Turn down the lights, roll down the blinds, play the music and begin the magical lesson of wonder
Resources for teaching this new part of KS3. It contains instructions for a demonstration and optional class practical with material for a whole lesson. The work is differentiated and aims to teach some practical skills as well as the concept.<br />
Contains differentiated worksheets, extension material and a power point.
This unit of work is presented as an illustrated booklet that follows each chapter of David Walliams book - Gangsta Granny. It has been designed to help developing readers engage with and extend their comprehension of the story through a range of activities including; finding answers to set questions, word search, poetry, creative and report writing and drawing. It looks sensitively at the exploration of an eleven year old boy's emotions as he experiences the love and loss of a close relative. It also gives us a humorous glimpse into the shady realms of 'cat burglary'. It is one of a series of my David Walliams booklets. Good for guided reading and extended reading homework. Illustrations used are by 'Openclipart'. There is also an original poem about a child's Granny - can be used to encourage pupils to create their own.
This lesson plan gives you a fun hands-on lesson all about how the brain can become confused and see things or feel things that aren't really there!<br />
It includes lots of activities the children can perform in the class and then take home and share with their parents. It's a great talking point for sharing a learning experience!<br />
This lesson plan also includes a really valuable animated PowerPoint which clearly shows children how the brain has been tricked! This session includes lots of fun and memorable experiments for children to try. <br />
This lesson plan is ready to use with no preparation other than gathering the readily available equipment and printing out the worksheets that are included in the lessons! <br />
The session is designed to last between 70-100 minutes dependent on the activities you choose to include and can be spread across one or more sessions! Have a go, have fun and learn something along the way!!
This pack can provide up to 30 lessons if you wish. With this bundle you will never be short of Space related learning for your class. <br /><br />
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Designed to save you time and provide your class with engaging and memorable learning activities.<br /><br />
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Contains:<br /><br />
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- 3 x complete space themed creative writing lessons that can each be completed over 3 lessons!<br /><br />
- A complete 7 lesson Space Art and DT unit containing original, engaging and easy to teach lessons: MTP included.<br /><br />
- A 14 worksheet Space activity pack containing fun, educational, cross-curricula activities.<br /><br />
- Display lettering and title sheets for your class wall<br /><br />
- A word document of links to 14 wonderful space related web resources to save you time.<br /><br />
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Designed for KS2 (Year 5) but there’s no reason why it couldn’t be used for Y2 or KS3. <br /><br />
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All images sourced from openclipart.org or owned by tftf. <br /><br />
Pronouns explains how to use pronouns to improve written work. This animated, 20 slide PowerPoint resource can be edited and differentiated to meet your teaching needs.<br />
Activities include:<br />
What are pronouns?<br />
How to use pronouns in a sentence to improve writing.<br />
Activities designed to help pupils develop their understanding and use of pronouns.<br />
Worksheet task to assess understanding.
Are you looking for examples of life in Ancient Egypt? I have collected together 30 highly informative drawings and photos of life in Ancient Egypt. These are a great way of exploring how Egyptians lived, worked and spent their time. These photos will help to stimulate questions and suggestion answers.<br />
You could look at it directly as a presentation and discuss the different materials being shown in each of photos.<br />
You could print off and laminate the photos to make an interesting, eye-catching display about Ancient Egypt.<br />
The students could also take the laminated photos and sort them into different Egyptian objects and artefacts. The students can then discuss how they think each one was used. <br />
If you like this resource, please leave a comment and a review. For more of my teaching resources, please visit my Educational Resources Blog (http://www.TimeToTeach.co.uk). <br />
9 Posters of clocks which may be laminated and displayed in any classroom. <br />
Includes a n eight- page 16 questions-worksheet on reading the time shown by various clocks/watches and converting from am/pm to a 24-hour clock and vice versa.<br />
Answers are also provided.<br />
This is the contents pages for the Skeleton & muscles file that is available to be bought on the TES site; the file of 60 pages contains diagrams of the dancing skeleton and a dozen games to help pupils remember the names of the bones in the skeleton.
Three detailed ready to use lessons cover the topics of breathing and the structure of the lungs, the skeletal system and types and functions of muscles. The resource contains lesson ideas, questions, activities and games.
A complete and 'ready to deliver' lesson.
Skeletons, joints and muscles
1) Describe the “functions” of the skeleton and the role of joints.
2) Explain “antagonistic” muscle pairs.
3) Measure the force produced by some muscles.
This is a complete lesson from start to end, you do NOT need to spend hours carefully planning and resourcing this lesson – I have already spent those hours preparing this lesson for you.
There is nothing to do but give it a quick read through and familiarise yourself with it, and if necessary, take some simple decisions the lesson guides you to make before delivering it. You may also wish to remove a few slides to reduce its length if required for your particular group of learners.
The lesson contains:
* Need list – telling you what to photocopy or what kit to order etc
* Notes to help the teacher
* Title & lesson objectives (as above).
* Starter task where students self-assess themselves against each objective
* Scientific literacy activity
* Homework (you choose whether your learners need to do it)
* Questions – all answers are provided.
* Paired work activities with answers.
* Theory slides (minimal – interspaced with thinking activities - not ‘death by powerpoint’)
* Practical in groups.
* Equipment list - to give to your technicians (excel file).
* Gap fill activities – answers are provided
* Plenary formative/summative assessment activity / quiz
* Student self-assessment versus objectives activity – so learners can judge for themselves how much they have learnt
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About this lesson.
This lesson is one of a set of 4, these are titled:
L1 Cells, tissues and organs.
L2 Gas exchange and alveoli.
L3 Breathing (inhale and exhale).
L4 Skeleton, joints and muscles.
You may find it useful to buy all the lessons in the set as they are linked together (for example a homework maybe given in one lesson and then tested in another).
Squared paper with blocks of unifix on. Designed for children in KS1 to be able to describe different patterns to their partner. Using direction vocabulary 'left', 'right', 'above', 'below', 'next to', 'underneath', 'diagonal', colours and counting.
We have been learning about four of the world faiths: Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. We have written a summary of the key beliefs and features of each religion below.
Summaries of 4 major world religions (I gave this to chdn in 4 groups of 6 and asked them to present the information) beofre writing up summaries of their findings on the attached worksheets.
Based on the Way, the Truth and the Life series.
**UPDATED May 2016** Thank you for all the positive comments and ratings.
This resource includes a 53 slide PowerPoint presentation, three activity worksheets, a mind map, and a quiz . I used them to teach the unit on sound with my Year 7 and Year 8 classes. Appropriate in KS3 or KS4.
By the end of these lessons, pupils will know:
1. that sound is made by objects that vibrate
2. that the frequency of vibration of the source is measured in Hertz (Hz)
3. how sound is made in different musical instruments
4. that a vibrating source causes the layers of air around it to move
5. that sound travels by compressing and expanding the surroundings
6. that sound travels as a longitudinal wave
7. that sound travels best through solids and worst through gases because of the arrangement of the particles
8. the relative speed of sound in different mediums
9. that sound waves cannot travel through a vacuum because there are no molecules
10. that sound waves detected by the ear cause the ear drum to vibrate
11. the structure of the ear
12. how sound is transmitted through the ear to the brain
13. that different people have different ranges of hearing
14. that the average human range of hearing is 20 to 20,000 Hz
15. that loudness is measured in decibels (dB's)
16. that 0 dB is the threshold of hearing and 130 dB's is the threshold of pain whilst 140 dB's causes damage
17. that loud sounds can have permanent and temporary effect on the ear
18. that some common causes of ear damage
19. that noise is unwanted sound
20. that a loud sound is produced by a large vibration and vice versa
21. that a high pitched sound is produced by a very frequent (quick) vibration and vice versa
22. that an microphone can change sound to electricity and that this can then be displayed on an oscilloscope
23. that the wave displayed on an oscilloscope is a transverse wave
24. how to identify the amplitude, the wavelength and the frequency of a wave
25. recognise the link between the loudness of the sound and the amplitude of the wave
26. recognise the link between the pitch of the sound and the frequency/wavelength of the wave
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Resources included are as follows:
PDF files for you to print.
A range of over 200 A5 flashcards of food from around the world, covering the following countries:
Also includes A4 flags from each country and the country name for display.
An overview of the homeostatic principles involved in fluid balance in the human body. The kidneys are explored along with the chemicals that influence the functioning of the renal system. This presentation could be amended pending angle that lesson is aimed towards.
A great resource to support children in understanding the different stages of the human life cycle. Included in this resource pack is:
An information PowerPoint exploring the differences of each stage of the human life cycle.
A life cycle worksheet for children to complete (differentiated)
A worksheet where children can note down the different things humans can do in each stage.