Cross-curricular topics teaching resources: Animals and pets

Resources and ideas for cross-curricular topics, animals and pets, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Animal Classes - Pointless Game!

Animal Classes - Pointless Game!

Based on the popular game show 'Pointless', this resource is perfect for use as a whole lesson resource, enrichment option, or revision tool. Editable, so that you can change to any other topic or change questions. (I've also added a blank template so that you can make your own games from scratch). Containing almost 30 slides of sound clips, engaging visuals, and suitably challenging questions, this resource is effective at both promoting engagement and enhancing learning.There are several full rounds of questions to build or revisit knowledge of different animal classes and types - an important KS1 Science topic within the National Curriculum.Round 1. ReptilesRound 2. Animal ClassesRound 3. Anagrams RoundRound 4. BirdsThe nature of this game ensures that the resource can challenge students of all levels.

By TandLGuru

mermaids and manatees : what is the truth?

mermaids and manatees : what is the truth?

This resource looks at how manatees are becoming an endangered species and how these majestic creatures have been mistaken for mermaids. There is an information text and associated questions and worksheets which will allow pupils to investigate further. One of the questions requires pupils to work out 20% of a given statistic. This resource will support World Oceans Day /World Environment Day and any investigation into conservation.Suitable for ages 10+

By jlimb

Zoo animal feeding times - differentiated

Zoo animal feeding times - differentiated

A differentiated worksheet to cover time as part of my Year 1 class zoo project. File contains 4 slightly different versions where pupils either complete clock faces, read clock faces and record the time, or a mixture of both. The first is just O'CLOCK times, progressing on to a mixutre if O&'CLOCK and HALF PAST, and then including QUARTER TO/PAST for more able. Would also suit more able reception or less able Year 2.

By spursfan1983

Sea turtle conservation and investigation

Sea turtle conservation and investigation

This resource looks at the problems faced by sea turtles in our polluted world and asks pupils to think of ways in which they might help creatures such as these. There is a how to guide on drawing a sea turtle and also a further investigation worksheet on finding out what sea turtles like to eat.This resource would support study of seas and oceans, it would also be ideal for World Oceans Day.This resource compliments other resources available in my shop but could also be used separately.Suitable for ages 8+

By jlimb

Bundle on Animal Classification with Worksheets/Activities/Posters

Bundle on Animal Classification with Worksheets/Activities/Posters

Discounted Science Bundle!!!!!! (All of the below material that I am including in this Bundled Unit Download are sold separately on my TpT store. Below is the complete list of what you are going to receive in a bundle with the description. You can also click on the link given at last on this page to buy individual resource or unit.)This bundle is for students of grades 4 to 9 contains FOUR ‘Animal Classification’ based biology units.(Animal Classification, Animal Classification Scavenger Hunt, Animal Classification Cut and Paste Activities, Animal Classification Colorful Posters) for a discounted price! It will help you to save total of 4 pound !!!!! The use of neat and eye catching colorful images with understanding will create deep interest among students to learn about everything on Animal Classification on a quick way.This bundle contains the main FOUR units as given below:Animal Classification Pack:This unit given as a .pdf file covers the two main groups of animals in the animal kingdom: 1.Invertebrates and 2.vertebrates. It also covers a detailed characteristics on two main groups of animals with beautiful and colorful pictures for easy understanding. At the end of the unit about 14 different worksheets are attached which will be helpful to the teachers to conduct a test/to review students knowledge or to assess students learning within the class.Main topics included in this unit are:Why is classification done?Two major groups: Vertebrates/InvertebratesWarm-Blooded Vs. Cold-BloodedGroups of Vertebrates with detailed characteristics and examples:*Amphibians*Birds*Fish*Mammals*ReptilesGroups of Invertebrates with detailed characteristics and examples:• Molluscs• Flatworms • Annelids• Roundworms• Sponges• Echinoderms• Cnidarians• Arthropods with the following groups:o Arachnidso Centipedes & Millipedeso Crustaceanso InsectsThis presentation is in PDF format with the good quality of images. Download the preview file (which is pdf file)to get idea about the quality of images. Eye catching neat and colorful images will really create a deep interest for the students to learn and grasp the knowledge.Animal Classification Posters:This is a collection of six classroom posters based on my animal classification pack which displays animal pictures and their characteristics of how each of the six categories of animals are grouped together. You can use these posters for a bulletin board, writing center, or science center.The following animal groups are include:* Amphibians* Reptiles* Mammals* Birds* Fish* InvertebratesAnimals Classification Scavenger Hunt:This scavenger hunt introduces to students an information and basics science about the whole animal kingdom.This activity is designed based on my animal classification unit which you can get from this store. There are 32 scavenger hunt cards with colorful pictures. It’s a great tool for to review vocabulary as well as science on animal classification.Directions to use ‘Animals Classification Scavenger Hunt’1. Print the given all 32 cards on a card stock or any other good paper and cut them along the black line.2. Get the print of Scavenger Hunt questions pages and each student should be given this copy.3. Place printed Scavenger Hunt cards around the classroom. For example you can place it on chair, on table, on benches, behind the classroom doors, besides the computer or wherever you like.4. Students have to search the cards in a classroom in order to find out the answers of the questions. Students can complete this exercise in a group with classmate or alone. Animal Classification Cut and Paste Activities:This module is designed from my animal classification pack to carry out assessment activities in class for learning, reviewing and fun.It includes Animal Classification cut and paste activities such as: Sort vertebrates such as mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds and invertebrates sponges, mollusks, Flatworms, AnnelidsRoundworms, Sponges, Echinoderms, Cnidarians, Arthropods.Two versions of this activity are included:1. Students will sort pictures of given animals to correct word groups in a box.2. Students are given the characteristics and will have to sort them to the correct animals categories in a box.3. At last mix sorting activity is given based on picture and category with an answer key.This is great for a hands on activity or an assessment!Hope students will Enjoy.You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftiviy, special education, interactive activities, and more!

By ilaxippatel

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS CARDINALS

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS CARDINALS

Reading Comprehension package, including non-fiction text on CARDINALS and task cards.This Unit will assist students to read, process and understand informational texts (non-fiction) by making connections, close thinking and QR codes.This is a non-fiction, informational text and tasks cards Reading Center Unit based on NORTHERN CARDINALS.INCLUDED:1. There are two posters or anchor charts which explains Making Connections and understanding whilst reading non-fiction texts.2. There is a non-fiction text about CARDINALS, that I have rewritten. I have broken this text into 6 short, “bite size” pieces, that I prefer, because most students seem daunted when faced with a whole page of text. However, I have included the whole text on one page, in both colour and black ink if you prefer. I’ve included everything with a black ink option, however, I think some pages are definitely better in colour.3. This text comes with its own set of 12 task cards. On two cards I’ve used QR codes for sites on Quietube; footage of birds singing freely in habitat and the second shows “How to draw a Cardinal.” However, I have also included an extra two cards, with fairly similar tasks without the codes, if you’d rather use them or don’t have the technology in class. The coded cards would make great homework tasks! The coded drawing one could be a class Art lesson.4. A couple of black ink master pages. I use these pages to make a small interactive book for the tasks. The students can complete their tasks, writing and drawing in this little book. This master can also be pasted into notebooks or simply not used, if you prefer. 4. Most of the task cards offer students some choice of activities.5. Some tasks demand higher-order thinking, opinions questions and tasks to make students delve more deeply into the story and understand their ideas and interpretations. 6. I have added a tracking sheet, so students and teacher can record work that is completed.I have similar units on ther birds and two money-saving bundles, if you want more.

By mareehenderson21

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS ROBINS

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS ROBINS

Reading Comprehension package, including non-fiction text on ROBINS and task cards.This Unit will assist students to read, process and understand informational texts (non-fiction) by making connections, close thinking and QR codes.This is a non-fiction, informational text and tasks cards Reading Center Unit based on ROBINS.INCLUDED:1. There are two posters or charts which explains Making Connections and understanding whilst reading non-fiction texts.2. There is a non-fiction text about ROBINS, that I have rewritten. I have broken this text into 6 short, “bite size” pieces, that I prefer, because most students seem daunted when faced with a whole page of text. However, I have included the whole text on one page, in both colour and black ink if you prefer. I’ve included everything with a black ink option, however, I think some pages are definitely better in colour.3. This text comes with its own set of 12 task cards. On two cards I’ve used QR codes for sites on Quietube; footage of birds singing freely in habitat and the second shows “How to draw a Robin.” However, I have also included an extra two cards, with fairly similar tasks without the codes, if you’d rather use them or don’t have the technology in class. The coded cards would make great homework tasks! The coded drawing one could be a class Art lesson.4. A couple of black ink master pages. I use these pages to make a small interactive book for the tasks. The students can complete their tasks, writing and drawing in this little book. This master can also be pasted into notebooks or simply not used, if you prefer. 4. Most of the task cards offer students some choice of activities.5. Some tasks demand higher-order thinking, opinions questions and tasks to make students delve more deeply into the story and understand their ideas and interpretations. 6. I have added a tracking sheet, so students and teacher can record work that is completed.I have similar units on other birds and this unit is also included in the money-saving BUNDLE

By mareehenderson21

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BUNDLE 1: BIRDS CARDINALS KOOKABURRA and ROBIN

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BUNDLE 1: BIRDS CARDINALS KOOKABURRA and ROBIN

Reading Comprehension BUNDLE, including non-fiction text and task cards on KOOKABURRAS, ROBINS and CARDINALS.This is a bundle of 3 reading Informational Text (non-fiction) Units; it will assist students to read, process and understand informational texts by making connections, close thinking and QR codes.These are non-fiction, informational text and tasks cards Reading Center Unit based on Kookaburras, Red Cardinals and Robins, INCLUDED for each BIRD: (Please understand that the poster files is the same for all 3 birds)1. There are two posters or charts which explains Making Connections and understanding whilst reading non-fiction texts.2. There is a non-fiction text about each bird, that I have rewritten. I have broken this text into 6 short, “bite size” pieces, that I prefer, because most students seem daunted when faced with a whole page of text. However, I have included the whole text on one page, in both colour and black ink if you prefer. I’ve included everything with a black ink option, however, I think some pages are definitely better in colour.3. This text comes with its own set of 13 task cards. On two cards I’ve used QR codes for sites on Quietube; footage of birds.However, I have also included an extra two cards, with fairly similar tasks without the codes, if you’d rather use them or don’t have the technology in class. The coded cards would make great homework tasks! 4. A couple of black ink master pages. I use these pages to make a small interactive book for the tasks. The students can complete their tasks, writing and drawing in this little book. This master can also be pasted into notebooks or simply not used, if you prefer. 4. Most of the task cards offer students some choice of activities.5. Some tasks demand higher-order thinking, opinions questions and tasks to make students delve more deeply into the story and understand their ideas and interpretations. 6. I have added a tracking sheet, so students and teacher can record work that is completed.You can purchase units on individual birds.

By mareehenderson21

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BUNDLE BIRDS PELICAN, PUFFINS and HORNED OWLS

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BUNDLE BIRDS PELICAN, PUFFINS and HORNED OWLS

Reading Comprehension BUNDLE, including non-fiction text and task cards on PELICANS, PUFFINS and HORNED OWLS.This is a bundle of 3 reading Informational Text (Non-Fiction) Units; it will assist students to read, process and understand informational texts by making connections, close thinking and QR codes.These are non-fiction, informational text and tasks cards Reading Centre Unit based on Pelicans, Horned Owls and Puffins., INCLUDED for each BIRD: (Please understand that the poster files is the same for all 3 birds)1. There are two posters or anchor charts which explains Making Connections and understanding whilst reading non-fiction texts.2. There is a non-fiction text about each bird, that I have rewritten. I have broken this text into 6 short, “bite size” pieces, that I prefer, because most students seem daunted when faced with a whole page of text. However, I have included the whole text on one page, in both colour and black ink if you prefer. I’ve included everything with a black ink option, however, I think some pages are definitely better in colour.3. Each text comes with its own set of 13 task cards. On two cards I’ve used QR codes for sites on Quietube; footage of birds. However, I have also included an extra two cards, with fairly similar tasks without the codes, if you’d rather use them or don’t have the technology in class. The coded cards would make great homework tasks! 4. A couple of black ink master pages. I use these pages to make a small interactive book for the tasks. The students can complete their tasks, writing and drawing in this little book. This master can also be pasted into notebooks or simply not used, if you prefer. 4. Most of the task cards offer students some choice of activities.5. Some tasks demand higher-order thinking, opinions questions and tasks to make students delve more deeply into the story and understand their ideas and interpretations. 6. I have added a tracking sheet, so students and teacher can record work that is completedYou can purchase units on individual birds

By mareehenderson21

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS PELICANS

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS PELICANS

Reading Comprehension package, including non-fiction text on PELICANS and task cards.This Unit will assist students to read, process and understand informational texts (non-fiction) by making connections, close thinking and QR codes.This is a non-fiction, informational text and tasks cards Reading Center Unit based on PELICANS.INCLUDED:1. There are two posters or charts which explains Making Connections and understanding whilst reading non-fiction texts.2. There is a non-fiction text about PELICANS, that I have rewritten. I have broken this text into 6 short, “bite size” pieces, that I prefer, because most students seem daunted when faced with a whole page of text. However, I have included the whole text on one page, in both color and black ink if you prefer. I’ve included everything with a black ink option, however, I think some pages are definitely better in coloUr.3. This text comes with its own set of 13 task cards. On two cards I’ve used QR codes for sites on Quietube; footage of birds flying freely in habitat and the second shows Pelican eating a fish. However, I have also included an extra two cards, with fairly similar tasks without the codes, if you’d rather use them or don’t have the technology in class. The coded cards would make great homework tasks! 4. A couple of black ink master pages. I use these pages to make a small interactive book for the tasks. The students can complete their tasks, writing and drawing in this little book. This master can also be pasted into notebooks or simply not used, if you prefer. 4. Most of the task cards offer students some choice of activities.5. Some tasks demand higher-order thinking, opinions questions and tasks to make students delve more deeply into the story and understand their ideas and interpretations. 6. I have added a tracking sheet, so students and teacher can record work that is completed.I have similar units on other birds and this unit is also included in the money-saving BUNDLE

By mareehenderson21

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS KOOKABURRAS

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS KOOKABURRAS

Reading Comprehension package, including non-fiction text on KOOKABURRAS and task cards.This Unit will assist students to read, process and understand informational texts (non-fiction) by making connections, close thinking and QR codes. This is a non-fiction, informational text and tasks cards Reading Centre Unit based on KOOKABURRAS.INCLUDED:1. There are two posters or anchor charts which explains Making Connections and understanding whilst reading non-fiction texts.2. There is a non-fiction text about KOOKABURRAS, that I have rewritten. I have broken this text into 6 short, “bite size” pieces, that I prefer, because most students seem daunted when faced with a whole page of text. However, I have included the whole text on one page, in both colour and black ink if you prefer. I’ve included everything with a black ink option, however, I think some pages are definitely better in colour.3. This text comes with its own set of 12 task cards. On two cards I’ve used QR codes for sites on Quietube; footage of birds laughing freely in habitat and the second shows “How to draw a Kookaburra.” However, I have also included an extra two cards, with fairly similar tasks without the codes, if you’d rather use them or don’t have the technology in class. The coded cards would make great homework tasks! The coded drawing one could be a class Art lesson.4. A couple of black ink master pages. I use these pages to make a small interactive book for the tasks. The students can complete their tasks, writing and drawing in this little book. This master can also be pasted into notebooks or simply not used, if you prefer. 4. Most of the task cards offer students some choice of activities.5. Some tasks demand higher-order thinking, opinions questions and tasks to make students delve more deeply into the story and understand their ideas and interpretations. 6. I have added a tracking sheet, so students and teacher can record work that is completed.

By mareehenderson21

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS PUFFINS

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS PUFFINS

Reading Comprehension package, including non-fiction text on PUFFINS and task cards.This Unit will assist students to read, process and understand informational texts (non-fiction) by making connections, close thinking and QR codes.This is a non-fiction, informational text and tasks cards Reading Centre Unit based on PUFFINS.INCLUDED:1. There are two posters or charts which explains Making Connections and understanding whilst reading non-fiction texts.2. There is a non-fiction text about PUFFINS, that I have rewritten. I have broken this text into 6 short, “bite size” pieces, that I prefer, because most students seem daunted when faced with a whole page of text. However, I have included the whole text on one page, in both colour and black ink if you prefer. I’ve included everything with a black ink option, however, I think some pages are definitely better in colour.3. This text comes with its own set of 13 task cards. On ONE card I’ve used QR codes for sites on Quietube; footage of birds and explanation of a breeding problem they are experiencing on Westman islands. However, I have also included an extra two cards, with fairly similar tasks without the codes, if you’d rather use them or don’t have the technology in class. The coded cards would make great homework tasks! 4. A couple of black ink master pages. I use these pages to make a small interactive book for the tasks. The students can complete their tasks, writing and drawing in this little book. This master can also be pasted into notebooks or simply not used, if you prefer. 4. Most of the task cards offer students some choice of activities.5. Some tasks demand higher-order thinking, opinions questions and tasks to make students delve more deeply into the story and understand their ideas and interpretations. 6. I have added a tracking sheet, so students and teacher can record work that is completed.I have similar units on other birds and this unit is also included in the money-saving BUNDLE

By mareehenderson21

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS HORNED OWLS

Reading Non-Fiction Informational Text and Task Cards BIRDS HORNED OWLS

Reading Comprehension package, including non-fiction text on HORNED OWLS and task cards.his Unit will assist students to read, process and understand informational texts (non-fiction) by making connections, close thinking and QR codes.This is a non-fiction, informational text and tasks cards Reading Center Unit based on HORNED OWLS.INCLUDED:1. There are two posters or anchor charts which explains Making Connections and understanding whilst reading non-fiction texts.2. There is a non-fiction text about HORNED OWLS, that I have rewritten. I have broken this text into 6 short, “bite size” pieces, that I prefer, because most students seem daunted when faced with a whole page of text. However, I have included the whole text on one page, in both colour and black ink if you prefer. I’ve included everything with a black ink option, however, I think some pages are definitely better in colour.3. This text comes with its own set of 13 task cards. On two cards I’ve used QR codes for sites on Quietube; footage of baby birds being cared for and the second is instructional footage and video. f However, I have also included an extra two cards, with fairly similar tasks without the codes, if you’d rather use them or don’t have the technology in class. The coded cards would make great homework tasks! 4. A couple of black ink master pages. I use these pages to make a small interactive book for the tasks. The students can complete their tasks, writing and drawing in this little book. This master can also be pasted into notebooks or simply not used, if you prefer. 4. Most of the task cards offer students some choice of activities.5. Some tasks demand higher-order thinking, opinions questions and tasks to make students delve more deeply into the story and understand their ideas and interpretations. 6. I have added a tracking sheet, so students and teacher can record work that is completed.I have similar units on other birds and this unit is also included in the money-saving BUNDLE

By mareehenderson21

Animal classification activities:Sorting animals by Picture and Characteristics

Animal classification activities:Sorting animals by Picture and Characteristics

This module is designed from my animal classification pack to carry out assessment activities in class for learning ,reviewing and fun.It includes Animal Classification cut and paste activities: Sort vertebrates such as mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds and invertebrates sponges, mollusks, Flatworms, AnnelidsRoundworms, Sponges, Echinoderms, Cnidarians, Arthropods.Two versions of this activity are included:1. Students will sort pictures of given animals to correct word groups in a box.2. Students are given the characteristics and will have to sort them to the correct animals categories in a box.3. At last mix sorting activity is given based on picture and category with an answer key.This is great for a hands on activity or an assessment!Hope students will Enjoy.You can check out my animal classification pack for teaching whole animal kingdom with colourful pictures and examples.You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivity, special education, interactive activities, and more!

By ilaxippatel

Animal classification posters for classroom

Animal classification posters for classroom

This is a great review tool for the 'Animal Classification Unit' in the form of POSTER DISPLAY.This is a collection of six classroom posters based on my 'Animal Classification Unit Pack' which displays neat and colourful animal pictures and their characteristics of how each of the six categories of animals are grouped together. You can use these posters for a bulletin board, writing center or science center.You can take out the print of this posters on A3 paper size (16x11 inch)with very good quality of resolution.The following animal groups are include:* Amphibians* Reptiles* Mammals* Birds* Fish* InvertebratesYou can visit my store for product related to Animal classification unit pack and cut-paste activities on it.You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivity, special education, interactive activities, and more!

By ilaxippatel

Butterflies   -  PowerPoint and Worksheets

Butterflies - PowerPoint and Worksheets

Butterflies - PowerPoint and Worksheets This download teaches children about Butterflies. There is a detailed 23 slide PowerPoint on the life cycle of butterflies, details about the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly, information about how they eat, a look at some of the different types of butterflies and a brief look at the parts of a butterfly. There are also differentiated, 4 page, Butterflies worksheets to allow children to demonstrate their understanding. This download includes:- Complete 23 slide PowerPoint - 4 page worksheets (x3 differentiated) - Answer sheetsThanks for looking Please remember to leave feedback, for updates and promotions you can also follow me here.*****************************************************************************Some of my other products: Big Science Bundle Pack Complete Space and the Solar System Workbook Complete Dialogues and Play Scripts Writing Unit *****************************************************************************

By TheGingerTeacher

Food Chain Scavenger Hunt-An Activity

Food Chain Scavenger Hunt-An Activity

Food Chain Scavenger HuntThis scavenger hunt introduces to students an information and basics about the Food Chain and its links in a ecosystem and how does it work.There are 20 scavenger hunt cards with colorful pictures. It’s a great tool for to review vocabulary on food chain and related words.How to Use: Purpose : At the end of this ‘Scavenger Hunt on Food Chain’ students will be able to learn on vocabulary of food chain and science behind it.1. Print the given all 20 cards on a card stock or any other good paper and cut them along the black line.2. Get the print of Scavenger Hunt questions pages and each student should be given this copy.3. Place these Scavenger Hunt cards around the classroom. For example you can place it on chair, on table, on benches, behind the classroom doors, besides the computer or wherever you like.4. Students have to search the cards in a classroom in order to find out the answers of the questions. Students can complete this exercise in a group with classmate or alone.

By ilaxippatel

Food Chain Vocabulary Cards - A tool to enrich the vocab....

Food Chain Vocabulary Cards - A tool to enrich the vocab....

Vocab cards are a great tool to help students expand their word choice as they write every day on various topics! These COLOURFUL vocab cards are ready to put up on a word wall or string together as a banner. Just PRINT and GO! Vocab cards help students build a robust vocabulary, a primary focus of Common Core, which in turn improves their reading and writing throughout the year! This 4 pages includes vocab cards on science unit of FOOD CHAIN. Vocab cards help support reading and writing activities as students respond to a variety of text.You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivities, special education, interactive activities, and more!

By ilaxippatel

Ecosystem: Unit Plan with Worksheets

Ecosystem: Unit Plan with Worksheets

Ecosystem: Unit Plan with WorksheetsStarting from basic introduction to the various types and working of different ecosystems is explained in a very smooth manner with neat, clean and eye catching colourful pictures. It will be useful to the teachers and students of grades 5th,6th,7th,8th,9th and 10th in their ECOSYSTEM UNITS. The idea of this unit is to describe how does ecosystem work naturally?At the end of the whole unit about 12 worksheets are given evaluate or assess students learning and knowledge within the class. This will also help teachers and students for a quick review at the time of the exam. This unit consists of following topics and each topic is explained with picture/diagram for easy understanding.1. What is an ecosystem?2. Populations and communities3. Habitat and Niche4. Diversity5. Main ecosystems such as: Desert, Rainforest, Ocean, Taiga, Aquatic ecosystem (marine and fresh water ecosystem, lake ecosystem and pond ecosystem.)Tundra, Chaparral, Grassland, Temperate Forest.6. Abiotic and biotic factors7. Species interactions8. Biotic components of ecosystem: producers (autotroph), Consumers (heterotroph) and Decomposers (detritivores)9. Biomes and ecology10. Balance in ecosystem11. Influence of human activities on ecosystem.12. Different worksheetsYou will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivity, special education, interactive activities, and more!

By ilaxippatel

Sea turtle conservation information and worksheet

Sea turtle conservation information and worksheet

This resource provides information about some of the perils that sea turtles face in the world today and asks students to think of ways to improve conditions for these wonderful creatures. Links are given to useful sites to aid further research and investigation. This resource would prove useful when learning about seas and oceans and conservation in general. Ideal for World Oceans Day and beyond.Suitable for ages 8+

By jlimb

Fur, feathers and scales - pet skin sorting

Fur, feathers and scales - pet skin sorting

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.

By choralsongster

Rabbits powerpoint book

Rabbits powerpoint book

Non-fiction book on (pet) rabbits. Designed either to be viewed on the interactive whiteboard or printed and made into a book for shared reading sessions. Could be used as a topic introduction or independent reading.

By choralsongster

Phonics Super Sound Safari Activity Pack (Beginning Consonants for EYFS/KS1)

Phonics Super Sound Safari Activity Pack (Beginning Consonants for EYFS/KS1)

This phonics pack covers initial consonant sounds with a safari theme. This activity booklet can be used for phonics instruction, revision and/or independent work for literacy time.The booklet includes lowercase and uppercase letters AND single lowercase (depending on whether you cover both). The worksheets with uppercase letters can be used as an extension.File is PDF and includes over 30 printables. BONUS- includes 16 jigsaw puzzles to match with the worksheets.Check out the preview!

By PollyPuddleduck

RAINBOW BIRDS

RAINBOW BIRDS

This product contains 11 images10 color cliparts PNG format 1 BW clipart PNG format

By makutono

ZOO ROLE PLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1-KS2 ANIMALS SCIENCE EXPRESSIVE PLAY

ZOO ROLE PLAY TEACHING RESOURCES EYFS KS1-KS2 ANIMALS SCIENCE EXPRESSIVE PLAY

Resources included are as follows:90 PDF files for you to print. ROLE PLAY RESOURCESAnimal information pack / posters. Photo pack of animals, zoo photo pack, animal names flashcards, animal types posters, habitat posters, animal flashcards, animal silhouettes.Colour and black and white face masks, animal hand puppets, hand puppet template, money to use for zoo entrance, entrance tickets, zoo sign , welcome to the zoo sign, locations around the zoo signs, open and closed signs, please pay here sign, opening times signs, please call again sign, price list to complete, feeding times sign, tickets for sale sign, staff role play badges, zoo keeper of the day posterDISPLAY RESOURCESLong banner to head display, large lettering, buntings for decoration, animal footprints to make a trail, several animal poems to read, display borders patterned and plain, backing paper to print if needed, resources sack tag, learning objective tracker. ACTIVITIESColouring pages, animal diary to write, design a new animal, themed writing pages, story board to write, mind map, writing booklet cover for project work, sentence summary worksheet, word search, draw favourite animal, counting and matching cards, cut and stick activities, can/have/are writing pages for each animal, bookmarks to make, alphabet flashcards, alphabet mats, bingo game, acrostic poem to complete, colour flashcards, shapes posters, reward charts, addition game, subtraction game, complete the drawing with missing part, activity booklet, make a mobile, number square, noun / verb/ adjectives posters, words beginning with…worksheets, word search, size order cards, play doh mat, quiz, wanted poster for animals, letter to write, facts cards to write, summary worksheet, invitation to make, days of the week posters, draw animal in natural habitat, draw animal food, hfw cards, make a moving giraffe, matching the animal to their name worksheet, table top number line, animal poster, day at the zoo writing task.

By hayleyhill

Insects Project - Set of 2 Worksheets

Insects Project - Set of 2 Worksheets

Great for Primary or KS3 Students.Could be used in a project, for a cover lessons, homework/extension tasks.Includes 2x worksheets and inspiration/image resource sheet to help spark their imaginations!. All elements are designed to allow students to add their own colours and ideas as much as possibleJust print out and you are ready to go.Happy Teaching :-)

By RND86

AT THE SEASIDE LITERACY FUN KS1/SEN

AT THE SEASIDE LITERACY FUN KS1/SEN

Looking for a resource to keep your little ones busy towards the end of the year or to occupy your slower learners and improve their reading and writing techniques? This is the one. Seaside PDF file with lots of fun activities, writing and drawing activities included, research worksheets, vocabulary worksheets, writing poetry, stories, a little bit of science and senses, sailing to a desert island, descriptive writing and links to a cross curricular topic. Curriculum areas include Literacy, Science/Materials, Art and The Animal Kingdom. This file can be printed out as individual workbooks for each child.

By teachercellar

Insect Art Resources

Insect Art Resources

Five insect art resources.A photobank of 77 slides of high resolution butterfly photographs.Butterflies for Drawing and Painting Two pages of coluorful butterfly images.Butterfly Art - complete the missing half of the butterflies.Insects Art - complete the missing half of the detailed insect drawings. Two pages.Butterfly Resource Sheets - two pages of black and white images.

By TheArtyTeacher

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Dear Zoo planning and resources

Dear Zoo planning and resources

A guess who Dear Zoo Powerpoint with animal noises, an enhanced provision planner for all areas of learning and a sample activity plan for Phase 1 Letters and Sounds.For more practical resources visit: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Whitley01Please leave a review.

By Whitley01