Cross-curricular topics teaching resources: Oceans and seas

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

KS2 Comprehensions

KS2 Comprehensions

These are all original pieces of writing to be used for revision, comprehension and Spag activities. Eachfile can be printed out as a separate workbook and used as summer revision before sats.

By teachercellar

Year 2 comprehension - How to build a sancastle (seaside)

Year 2 comprehension - How to build a sancastle (seaside)

This resource is a comprehension activity for year 2, perfect for using in the summer term. There are three differentiated sets of instructions on how to build a sandcastle, with differentiated questions.It is based on the KS1 SATs reading paper. There are a range of 'what, ' 'where' and 'why' questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is also laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. Enjoy!

By blossomingminds

Year 2 non-fiction summer comprehension

Year 2 non-fiction summer comprehension

A collection of 5 non-fiction comprehension activities for year 2. They all focus on the theme of summer and help children to practise their comprehension of instructions. Each booklet comes in 3 differentiated levels. They are all based on the reading SATs paper, containing a similar style of questions. They are also laid out in the same way as a SATs booklet to provide the children with greater experience.The 5 topics explored in the comprehensions are:How to build a sandcastlePond dippingHow to grow a sunflowerHow to prepare a picnicMaking lemonadePDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.Buy them each for £2 or all 3 for £2.99 in this bundle!

By blossomingminds

Earth Day Lesson / Assembly Presentation - 70 Slides

Earth Day Lesson / Assembly Presentation - 70 Slides

There are two Earth Days. The United Nations celebrates Earth Day each year on the March equinox. Another Earth Day is celebrated each year on 22nd April. Earth Day is a global event created to promote awareness and appreciation for the earth’s environment. It was launched in the USA in 1970. Today Earth Day is celebrated in more than 192 countries around the world.This resource is a fully editable, colourful and informative 70 slide lesson / assembly presentation on Earth Day. The resource contains references toThe founders of Earth Day - John McConnell, Senator Gaylord Nelson and Denis Hayes.The first Earth Day in 1970 and its impact on legislation in the USA leading to the creation of the ‘United States Environmental Protection Agency’ and the ‘Clean Air’, ‘Clean Water’ and ‘Endangered Species’ Acts.Global warming, air pollution from factories and traffic, endangered species and deforestation.Re-cyling, re-using and reducing.Earth Day projects tree planting, cleaning up the environment.The 2016 Earth Day theme - Trees for the Earth – how trees help to combat pollution and global warming, prevent deforestation, provide homes, shelter and food for animals, provide income, food and means of transport for communities.How we can help to look after our wonderful planet earth.The power point contains hyperlinks to a breathtaking 4 minute video of our planet and a link to a moving ‘Earth Song’.A simple text version of this presentation more appropriate for younger / SEN pupils is also availableSimple Text Earth Day Lesson / Assembly PresentationFor more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and EducateThinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide.How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step GuideTo be kept informed of new resources click here and follow!

By Krazikas

World of Oceans Two-Page Activity Set and Word Search

World of Oceans Two-Page Activity Set and Word Search

Learn about the world's oceans, their underwater features, the gifts they provide humans with, and what you can do to fight water pollution, all with this Two-Page Activity Set! This product also includes a Word Search Puzzle filled with dozens of words that appear in the Activity Set, in order to reinforce ocean-related vocabulary.Keywords: ocean | oceans | seas | World Ocean | Earth Day | pollution | oceanography | oceanographers | life | topography

By PuzzleFun

A Titanic Story

A Titanic Story

This is an original short story written by me personifying Titanic as a woman before its sinking. There are four pages for the children to read and then I have created Comprehension activities, vocabulary activities, creative writing activities, SPaG activities, and deduction activities. This is suitable for year 5 and 6 or a good reader further down the Key Stage. It is a pdf file which can be printed out as individuakl workbooks. It would also be useful for group work reading. There's a twist to the story

By teachercellar

KS1 &2 Sharks (5 resources)

KS1 &2 Sharks (5 resources)

Set of 5 resources:KS 1 & 2 Power-point : Variation in Sharks. Learning Objectives• To understand that sharks can be classified into specific groups according to their characteristics.• To recognise similarities and differences in sharks.• To be able to classify sharks into Mackerel, Ground, Carpet, Bullhead and Dogfish groups according to their characteristics.Slides 2-6 explore the definition of variation through key questions in partner/small group discussion. There is also a link to a YouTube clip about sharks. Slides 7-11 are information slides about 4 sharks characterised under the heading Mackerel Sharks.Slides 12-16 are information slides about 4 sharks characterised under the heading Ground sharks.Slides 17-21 are information slides about 4 sharks characterised under the heading Carpet sharks.Slides 22-25 are information slides about 3 sharks characterised under the heading Bullhead sharks.Slides 26-28 are information slides about 2 sharks characterised under the heading Dogfish sharks.Each shark slide gives information ranging from colour, length, location found, food and prey, danger level to humans. Can be split into a series of lessons or used as on entire lesson on variation. The information about the shark groups is written in a simple text so can be printed for pupil use and used to judge comparisons and similarities between the groups within the species. KS2 Y4, 5, 6 Set of 8 comprehension texts and questions on the topic ‘Sharks’. There is one general comprehension on sharks and seven comprehension texts on the following: Angel, Basking, Great White, Great Hammerhead, Nurse, Tiger and Whale sharks. Each text has eight questions.Learning Objectives: I can respond to a range of texts. I can locate ideas and use information.I can refer to the text when explaining a view or reason.I can infer ideas from the text.I can select sentences or phrases to support my answers.KS1 & 2 Label the parts of the Great White SharkA simple worksheet to enable pupils to match the scientific anatomical vocabulary to the correct part of the picture. There are ten body parts to. The vocabulary list is included beneath the picture pupil use. This is a useful activity to assess pupil knowledge of scientific vocabulary at the end of a lesson or mini topic.Shark ID mat useful for playing shark bingo, pairs, snap etc to help pupils learn the names of sharks.Also included is a blank project booklet for pupils to create their own 'Shark' books as part of the lesson or as a homework activity.

By newromantic

Primary Poetry Planning Mega Bundle!

Primary Poetry Planning Mega Bundle!

A whole school literacy bundle of popular poetry planning. This bundle is a great investment for school leaders and literacy co-ordinators to support teachers in teaching poetry well and having a consistent approach across the school. Each unit includes full lesson plans and accompanying resources and is planned for the 2014 National Curriculum with integrated SPAG objectives. All of our lessons are written by literacy experts and outstanding teachers. Units include: Year 1 & 2: - Animals & Plants - Going to Sea - Easter Performance Poetry - Autumn Performance Poetry Years 3 & 4 - Christmas Performance Poetry - Magical Worlds - Spooked Out Years 5 & 6 - In a Dark Mood - Monsters and Men

By KS2History

Water Bunde

Water Bunde

Are you teaching about water, the sea, oceans, the water cycle or rivers? Then I am sure you would find this wonderful collection of water related presentations, quizzes and creative writing prompts, very useful. These resources can be used for a wide range of different age groups and as part of a cross-curricular unit

By peterfogarty

Victorian Bundle

Victorian Bundle

This is my Victorian bundle. It is an interesting collection of different resources. In some ways, Victorians were similar to us, in other ways, they held very different opinions to modern Britons. These presentations are a great way to get the students talking in the classroom. They can discuss the dresses and toys and guess what the different household objects were used for.

By peterfogarty

Amazon Water Creative Task with link to videos!

Amazon Water Creative Task with link to videos!

Creative task for 'Amazon Water' Lesson Plan. Get children active, creative and expressing themselves easily with this fun task.Have a look at the video to learn the move 'Oxum combing her hair'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46QMpdnBGVgHere's the whole 'Amazon Water' sequencehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPHpFQH9fIESee our 'Planning' resource to understand how to build this into a dance session and buy our 'World in a Box' resource pack to access full lesson plans, templates, videos, music and props to quickly plan and lead dance sessions with KS1 & 2.Movema brings you World In A Box©, an engaging, timesaving resource for teachers andgroup leaders to deliver world dance and music activities, improving knowledge and skillsacross a range of subjects.World In A Box helps to achieve great results and can run alongside a school curriculumor can be adapted according to the needs of any group of young people.Inside the box you will find:30 Shakers made of wood.30 Scarves hand made from Sari material from India and Malaysia.A Globe Ball & pump to use for games and dance activities.A DVD showing dance moves and examples.A CD of the music from the DVD to use in your classes.A booklet containing corresponding lesson plans For Unit 1; ‘DancingAround the World’ and Unit 2: ‘Journey Down the Amazon’, games,cultural information and more.A pen drive containing Unit 3 ‘Naach India’ lesson plans and musicAND there are ONLINE links to further resources and lesson plans at www.movema.co.uk.World In A Box aims to unlock the creative potential of teachers and children at KeyStages 1 and 2 (ages 5-11), providing exciting and enriching learning experiences.There is no limit to creativity and each group or individual can use the resource to makesomething new.Get ready to embark on a journey where you will explore new places, see how otherpeople live and gain an enriched understanding of cultures around the world.Included in this pack are all the resources needed to run sessions for a whole academicyear. However, the possibilities are endless and you may be surprised that repeating anactivity may result in something completely different each time.www.movema.co.uk © Movema 2017

By maria119

Life in and around the oceans bundle

Life in and around the oceans bundle

Here is a cross curricular topic about the life in the ocean. This includes a simple book about a fish, creative writing tasks about life in the ocean and a lovely presentation about life near and under the sea. It is an excellent starting point for any fish related topic.

By peterfogarty

KS1 The Tempest Topic Planning Web - Shakespeare Week

KS1 The Tempest Topic Planning Web - Shakespeare Week

This is a topic web for KS1 teachers wanting their pupils to be learning about the life of William Shakespeare as well as the story of The Tempest. The Tempest is one of Shakespeare's most magical plays and young children love the characters of Wizard Prospero, Sprite Ariel and Monster Caliban. This is a cross curricular topic web showing you ways teachers can base learning for KS1 children around the story and Shakespeare's life, linked to all areas of the curriculum - even maths!Great for Shakespeare Week, I have seen ideas in here used to create great planning and learning opportunities which have been observed as fantastic lessons and produced some great work from children.

By primaryshakespeare

Phonological Awareness - Syllables, Rhyme and Phonemes - Summer Pack

Phonological Awareness - Syllables, Rhyme and Phonemes - Summer Pack

Over 100 pages of games, activities and worksheets. Brilliant for Nursery, Reception, Kindergarden and SEN pupils. Explore Syllables, Rhyme and Phonemes using these fun and engaging Summer Themed Activities. An incredible resource containing a workbook, word cards and power point file for use with the interactive whiteboard. The resource focuses on developing the core pre reading skills relating to syllables, rhyme and phoneme awareness. Essential for early literacy. It can be used to support children with language difficulties who are struggling to grasp early phonetics. Summer topic based for added discussion and vocabulary development.The pack is matched to National Curriculum and Common Core Reading standards and provides a range of summer themed games, activities, raps, worksheets and cards (just add a puppet!). There are slides, matching activities, dominoes, and a fun fishing game all to download.Use the raps, pictures and slides to engage children during short, whole class, directed activities; lead focused group work with the cards and activities; consolidate and check understanding with the worksheets and games.

By dotty34

'Going to Sea' Poetry - Literacy Planning Pack  (Seaside/Under the Sea Topic)

'Going to Sea' Poetry - Literacy Planning Pack (Seaside/Under the Sea Topic)

Download our very popular two-week literacy unit of poetry planning for Years 1 and 2. This unit is perfect to go with an 'Under the Sea' or 'Seaside' topic in KS1 and built around objectives from the National Curriculum.In this unit, children will read and listen to seaside or sea poems by Edward Lear and to consider how the sounds and language patterns come alive when they are read aloud. They will have the opportunity to create their own versions of the sea poems and to perform them. The aims of the unit for pupils are:• To listen to a range of seaside poems being read aloud and engage imaginatively with them• To identify patterns of language and repeated phrases• To use the voice in different ways to express ideas• To perform a poem off by heart The PDF file contains 10 full literacy lesson plans, copies of the poems and accompanying pupil resources. Perfect for National Poetry Month!You may also like our other KS1 poetry packs:Summer Performance Poetry PackYear 2 Performance Poetry PackSpring Performance Poetry

By KS2History

KS 1 & 2 Power-point : Variation in Sharks.

KS 1 & 2 Power-point : Variation in Sharks.

KS 1 & 2 Power-point : Variation in Sharks. Learning Objectives• To understand that sharks can be classified into specific groups according to their characteristics.• To recognise similarities and differences in sharks.• To be able to classify sharks into Mackerel, Ground, Carpet, Bullhead and Dogfish groups according to their characteristics.Slides 2-6 explore the definition of variation through key questions in partner/small group discussion. There is also a link to a YouTube clip about sharks. Slides 7-11 are information slides about 4 sharks characterised under the heading Mackerel Sharks.Slides 12-16 are information slides about 4 sharks characterised under the heading Ground sharks.Slides 17-21 are information slides about 4 sharks characterised under the heading Carpet sharks.Slides 22-25 are information slides about 3 sharks characterised under the heading Bullhead sharks.Slides 26-28 are information slides about 2 sharks characterised under the heading Dogfish sharks.Each shark slide gives information ranging from colour, length, location found, food and prey, danger level to humans. Can be split into a series of lessons or used as on entire lesson on variation. The information about the shark groups is written in a simple text so can be printed for pupil use and used to judge comparisons and similarities between the groups within the species.

By newromantic

Year 1 Wish You Were Here Topic Homework Grid

Year 1 Wish You Were Here Topic Homework Grid

A topic homework grid for year 1 based around the seaside topic of wish you were here. This topic homework grid is sent home to parents for children to complete an activity. Fun activities in Literacy, Maths and foundation subjects relating to the seaside, sandcastles, sea animals and more!

By jessmurray10

Year 1 Wish you were here topic grid

Year 1 Wish you were here topic grid

Based around the new curriculum for Year 1, this is a topic grid for the wish you were here topic. Main focus of this topic is the seaside and holidays. This topic grid shows what was covered over a half term in maths, literacy, science and foundation subjects. Lots of different activities covered and can be easily differentiated for other year groups.

By jessmurray10

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The Titanic

The Titanic

The Titanic. Set of information sheets about different topics relating to English-speaking countries. You can use at the beginning of the lessons when students give a short presentation about the topic using the sheet. Then we discuss the topic and the students add their own knowledge. The Last Titanic Survivor (an article + exercises) It´s an interesting article to read with students, plus a page with exercises for revision of unreal past conditional (3rd type)and questions for discussion.TITANIC SINKS Great text + comprehension exercises to remember that tragic shipwreck we´ve all heard about. It can also be good for Before-watching or After-watching the film ´Titanic´, by James Cameron.

By Olynj

Nature. Facts and Worksheets

Nature. Facts and Worksheets

A collection of 8 different information and worksheets covering aspects of nature. Bee decline, wildlife decline, environmental issues and extreme weather conditions are all included.

By Out-Of-The-Box

Sea Themed Brain Breaks, Time Fillers or Extension Activities

Sea Themed Brain Breaks, Time Fillers or Extension Activities

A Selection of games for numeracy and literacy to use as warm ups, brain breaks or extension activities for fast finishers. Sea Themed, with BLM that can printed off and coloured in to keep them busy.Boggle GameNumber of the dayCategories worksheet and gameWhat are your spelling words worth?A handy resource for casual teachers, includes a blank so that you can make up your own games.

By ninki1

Year 2 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

Year 2 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

This 30 page booklet comes with a 7 page booklet of behaviour management strategies. The theme for the term 2 booklets is "Under the Sea". The focus books in this booklet are "Tiddler the Story Telling Fish" by Julia Donaldson, and "There's a Sea in my Bedroom" by Margaret Wild. Spelling and word work is based on the words from " Tiddler" and I have made a Quizlet to use to support the teaching of these words. The booklet has sections on hints for relief teachers,reading and literacy, numeracy, thematic work, celebration days for term 2 and a page of suggested apps that are a fantastic addition to your teaching resource kit. Worksheets are included for spelling and literacy as well as a feedback sheet which you are able to copy so that you can leave feedback for the classroom teacher you are replacing. There are over 60 links to websites included in the booklet. Please view the video presentation to get a comprehensive idea of what is included in the booklet.This resource could be differentiated for use with year 1 or Year 3. To use this resource effectively you need to explore all of the links provided and tailor make the suggested activities to suit your teaching style and the learning needs of your student.s All of the hard work searching the internet for inspiration and resources has been done for you.The suggested timetable has interactive links to my Pinterest board, so that your resources will continue to grow as more pins are added. Within the book there are over 60 links to websites, and for those of you who follow my 'Surviving Casual Teaching' Facebook group, you will know that I have a good working knowledge of helpful teaching resources. I recommend that you buy copies of the picture books for days when you may not have IWB capability. You can never have enough picture books in your life!!!Share 0

By ninki1

Year 3 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

Year 3 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

This 30 page PDF, comes with a Behaviour management PDF with plenty of ideas for your relief teaching ideas. View the short powerpoint above to get an idea of what is contained within the booklet. The focus book chosen is "The Snail and the Whale", enjoy a beautifully read youtube video of the story. It is a wonderful picture book to have in your personal library. The activities are linked to all KLA's and I am thrilled to have collaborated with Adrian Bruce goteachthis.com and Kylie Elizabeth from Ripper Reading Resources who have generously given their permission to include one of their fantastic resources. Two fantastic games to add to your Survival Teaching Kit. This resource could be differentiated for use with year 2 or Year 4. To use this resource effectively you need to explore all of the links provided and tailor make the suggested activities to suit your teaching style and the learning needs of your student.s All of the hard work searching the internet for inspiration and resources has been done for you.The suggested timetable has interactive links to my Pinterest board, so that your resources will continue to grow as more pins are added. Within the book there are over 60 links to websites, and for those of you who follow my 'Surviving Casual Teaching' Facebook group, you will know that I have a good working knowledge of helpful teaching resources. I recommend that you buy copies of the picture books for days when you may not have IWB capability.You can never have enough picture books in your life!!!

By ninki1

Year 5 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

Year 5 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

The underwater theme is continued throughout this booklet, and the book chosen is "Turtle Bay"by Saviour Pirotta, illustrated by Nilesh Mistry. It is a based on a true story set in Japan, of a man who would spend his days at a certain time of the year, sweeping the beach. Taro, the young child in the story is fascinated by this, and in time he meets the beautiful turtles when they come onto the beach to lay their eggs. There are some fabulous links to websites in the thematic section of the booklet to support doing a mini unit of work on sea turtles. They are a fascinating animal, that is under pressure from human activity in the oceans. I am thrilled to be able to bring you some free resources from GoTeachThis and Ripper Reading Resources. The challenge with this booklet is to choose which of the wonderful resources you will use in your classroom. Over 30 pages and 80 links!! Save yourself valuable time searching the internet for resources, I have done all the hard work for you.This resource could be differentiated for use with year 4 or Year 6. To use this resource effectively you need to explore all of the links provided and tailor make the suggested activities to suit your teaching style and the learning needs of your student.s All of the hard work searching the internet for inspiration and resources has been done for you.The suggested timetable has interactive links to my Pinterest board, so that your resources will continue to grow as more pins are added. Within the book there are over 60 links to websites, and for those of you who follow my 'Surviving Casual Teaching' facebook group, you will know that I have a good working knowledge of helpful teaching resources. I recommend that you buy copies of the picture books for days when you may not have IWB capability.You can never have enough picture books in your life!!!

By ninki1

Year 4 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

Year 4 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

The focus of this booklet follows on the Under the sea theme, with the focus being on Whales. Dyan Sheldon "The Whales' Song" is beautifully read in a youtube clip, however I recommend buying the picture book to add to your collection. The illustrations in it are stunning, and you can see how closely the illustrator David Blythe and author have worked to bring this story to life. Please view the video above to give you an idea of everything that is incorporated into this unit. There is a lot of scope for information report writing, and persuasive writing within this theme. There are over 70 links to websites within the booklet, which is 34 pages of information and helpful activities to support your planning a day or longer into your "Survival Teaching Kit'.This resource could be differentiated for use with year 2 or Year 4. To use this resource effectively you need to explore all of the links provided and tailor make the suggested activities to suit your teaching style and the learning needs of your student.s All of the hard work searching the internet for inspiration and resources has been done for you.The suggested timetable has interactive links to my Pinterest board, so that your resources will continue to grow as more pins are added. Within the book there are over 60 links to websites, and for those of you who follow my 'Surviving Casual Teaching' Facebook group, you will know that I have a good working knowledge of helpful teaching resources. I recommend that you buy copies of the picture books for days when you may not have IWB capability.You can never have enough picture books in your life!!!

By ninki1

Year 6 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

Year 6 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

The Island, by John Heffernan is a wonderful story about a blind boy who sees the beauty of the island he lives on, while the people around him cannot see it. A fantastic story with a link to a narration by the author. Some great links to accelerated literacy activities, and the theme of this booklet investigates our oceans and the threats to our marine life. Lots of links across all KLA's with a fully interactive timetable which links to my pinterest board. A free resource from GoTeachThis and Ripper Reading Resources, makes this amazing value for money and such a time saver. Stage 3 bundle is also available.This resource could be differentiated for use with year 5 To use this resource effectively you need to explore all of the links provided and tailor make the suggested activities to suit your teaching style and the learning needs of your student.s All of the hard work searching the internet for inspiration and resources has been done for you.The suggested timetable has interactive links to my Pinterest board, so that your resources will continue to grow as more pins are added. Within the book there are over 60 links to websites, and for those of you who follow my 'Surviving Casual Teaching' Facebook group, you will know that I have a good working knowledge of helpful teaching resources. I recommend that you buy copies of the picture books for days when you may not have IWB capability.You can never have enough picture books in your life!!!

By ninki1

Kindergarten to year 6  Sea Themed Bundle

Kindergarten to year 6 Sea Themed Bundle

Year 5 Unit The underwater theme is continued throughout this booklet, and the book chosen is "Turtle Bay"by Saviour Pirotta, illustrated by Nilesh Mistry. It is a based on a true story set in Japan, of a man who would spend his days at a certain time of the year, sweeping the beach. Taro, the young child in the story is fascinated by this, and in time he meets the beautiful turtles when they come onto the beach to lay their eggs. There are some fabulous links to websites in the thematic section of the booklet to support doing a mini unit of work on sea turtles. They are a fascinating animal, that is under pressure from human activity in the oceans. I am thrilled to be able to bring you some free resources from GoTeachThis and Ripper Reading Resources. The challenge with this booklet is to choose which of the wonderful resources you will use in your classroom. Over 30 pages and 80 links!! Save yourself valuable time searching the internet for resources, I have done all the hard work for you. This resource could be differentiated for use with year 4 or Year 6. To use this resource effectively you need to explore all of the links provided and tailor make the suggested activities to suit your teaching style and the learning needs of your student.s All of the hard work searching the internet for inspiration and resources has been done for you. The suggested timetable has interactive links to my Pinterest board, so that your resources will continue to grow as more pins are added. Within the book there are over 60 links to websites, and for those of you who follow my 'Surviving Casual Teaching' facebook group, you will know that I have a good working knowledge of helpful teaching resources. I recommend that you buy copies of the picture books for days when you may not have IWB capability.You can never have enough picture books in your life!!! Year 6 Unit The Island, by John Heffernan is a wonderful story about a blind boy who sees the beauty of the island he lives on, while the people around him cannot see it. A fantastic story with a link to a narration by the author. Some great links to accelerated literacy activities, and the theme of this booklet investigates our oceans and the threats to our marine life. Lots of links across all KLA's with a fully interactive timetable which links to my pinterest board. A free resource from GoTeachThis and Ripper Reading Resources, makes this amazing value for money and such a time saver. Stage 3 bundle is also available. This resource could be differentiated for use with year 5 To use this resource effectively you need to explore all of the links provided and tailor make the suggested activities to suit your teaching style and the learning needs of your student.s All of the hard work searching the internet for inspiration and resources has been done for you. The suggested timetable has interactive links to my Pinterest board, so that your resources will continue to grow as more pins are added. Within the book there are over 60 links to websites, and for those of you who follow my 'Surviving Casual Teaching' facebook group, you will know that I have a good working knowledge of helpful teaching resources. I recommend that you buy copies of the picture books for days when you may not have IWB capability.You can never have enough picture books in your life!!!

By ninki1