Cross-curricular topics teaching resources: Seaside

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

Summer Poetry Planning

Summer Poetry Planning

Get this for FREE today, using code ACE-APRIL at checkout!Download our new Summer Performance Poetry Pack!A five-lesson literacy unit of summer poetry planning for Year 1 and Year 2, based on performing summer poetry and built around the KS1 literacy objectives. In this unit, pupils will read a classic summer poem about a baby playing with the sand on the beach. Pupils will have a chance to consider how the sounds and language patterns come alive when the poem is read aloud. There is also a grammar focus on expanded nouns and using command sentences. Children will work towards creating their own version of the summer poem and turning it into an effective performance, which could be used for a summer-themed assembly or celebration.The aims of the unit for pupils are:• To listen to a classic summer poem being read aloud• To use expanded nouns• To use command sentences• To prepare a poetry performance including actions• To perform a poem to an audienceThe PDF file contains 5 full literacy lesson plans, copies of the poem and all accompanying pupil resources.You may also like our other KS1 poetry packs:Going to Sea Poetry PackYear 2 Performance Poetry PackSpring Performance Poetry

By KS2History

Summer Worksheets EYFS/KS1

Summer Worksheets EYFS/KS1

A fun filled workbook in colour for EYFS and KS1 themed Summer. A PDF file and a presentation included. Activities included are: rhyming words, initial sound missing, last letter missing, blends sp, sn,sh, writing sentences, odd one out, reading, opposites, drawing activity and brainstorming, writing an acrostic poem. These worksheets can be printed as a complete workbook or individually for differentation.

By teachercellar

An Original Poem for Sats Literacy practice and revision.

An Original Poem for Sats Literacy practice and revision.

This is an original poem written by me about a seaside town in Victorian times compared with the town today. It has previously been published as a stand alone poem but not with worksheets included. the worksheets involve comprehension, Spag,internet research, historical facts and drawing conclusions. it is suitable for KS2 or upper KS1.The worksheets allow for differentation or can be printed out as an entire workbook. This resource would link well with a Victorian topic.

By teachercellar

At the Beach Differentiated Writing Prompts and Seaside/Beach Word Mats for EYFS/KS1

At the Beach Differentiated Writing Prompts and Seaside/Beach Word Mats for EYFS/KS1

Resource TitleAt the Beach Differentiated Writing Prompts and Word MatsAge/Year GroupEarly Years and Key Stage 1Total Pages in download❤ 13File TypePDFResource Content❂ Over 40 Writing Prompts/Story Starters/Titles and Words (differentiated). ❂ Laminate for long term durability and use year after year! These writing prompts look great in beach buckets on tables! Please note- two words mats are included in colour (differentiated). Check the preview!Reviews and feedback are appreciated, I value all but as we tell our students, try to be constructive! @ pollypuddleduck@gmail.comPrinting Tip: This educational resource has been designed for printing on A4 size paper. If you are printing on a different size, select ‘shrink’ or ‘print to fit page’ (or similar option) in order for the contents to fit correctly. TOUPurchase of this resource entitles YOU, the buyer, the right to reproduce the pages for personal and classroom use ONLY. Duplication for other classes, an entire school or for commercial use is strictly prohibited without written permission from Polly Puddleduck. Minor editing is allowed but only for personal use. The document remains under the copyright of Polly Puddleduck even when edited. Posting this item in whole or part on the Internet in any form is strictly prohibited and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Polly Puddleduck ©2017

By PollyPuddleduck

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

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

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

KS1 & 2 powerpoint lesson about Sun Safety

KS1 & 2 powerpoint lesson about Sun Safety

KS1 & 2 powerpoint lesson about Sun Safety. Written mainly for KS1 but can be easily adapted. Powerpoint of 17 slides which promotes small group and paired discussion about sun safety. Can be used as a complete lesson or adapted for an assembly. The first slides look at fun in the sun and lead into some simple facts about the sun following a short paired talk session to assess pupil knowledge. Pupils are encouraged to look at different photographs of the sun (sunset, sun rise, in space) and describe features. There is a very simple slide on Vitamin D and UV rays linked to health. The children can discuss how to protect themselves in the sun and when to wear sunscreen. The final slide is an example of a sun safety poster which pupils can use as a basis to design their own for the rest of the school (and which can be used as an assessment of their learning).

By newromantic

Photo of the day discussion - wellie adventure themed

Photo of the day discussion - wellie adventure themed

I show my students a photo of the day (taken from google) linked to our topic which is about going on wellie adventures/being outdoors/nature. There are 3 levels of questioning they work through and discuss with their partners progressing from what can I literally see, to what questions I want to ask and then what can I infer from the picture.

By lrwhaxby

KS1 & 2 Diamond Ranking activity: Keeping safe in the sun.  Blank diamond ranking template and a set

KS1 & 2 Diamond Ranking activity: Keeping safe in the sun. Blank diamond ranking template and a set

KS1 & 2 Diamond Ranking activity: Keeping safe in the sun. Blank diamond ranking template and a set of 9 activity cards for pupils to discuss in groups of three or pairs.Pupils discuss the merits of each item in a set and rank them from most to least important by sticking them on the blank template. Can be used to develop understanding and promote awareness in the sun through cross curricular topics such as ‘Summer’, ‘Seaside’, ‘Outdoors’ and PSHE. Works well as a pre sports day or outdoor visit activity.

By newromantic

ESL Bundle ESL Teaching Pack

ESL Bundle ESL Teaching Pack

A lovely collection of different ESL Teaching Resources to teach a wide range of ages and skills. There is something for everyone in this collection. You will be able to get your class talking!

By peterfogarty

My Holiday Bundle

My Holiday Bundle

This is a fun, cross curricular bundle about holidays. There is an ESL topic on talking about your holidays, a creative writing prompt about different holidays, a spelling test about holidays and images of beach holidays in the past.

By peterfogarty

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

Original Summer Poetry for KS1

Original Summer Poetry for KS1

This is a PDF file for KS1. It consists of my own original poems, a rhyming verse and an old ballad connected to Summer. The poetry is based on the seaside,sand, gardens, forests, birds and flowers in the summer. Each poem has follow up worksheets involving creative writing, poetry writing , rhythm and rhyme, internet research, grammar, drawing activities, writing a postcard, writing lists and dictionary work on words and meanings.Mainly beneficial for KS1 but could be used with low achievers in KS2. Plenty of room for differentation.

By teachercellar

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

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

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

Get this for FREE until 25th April, using code ACE-APRIL at checkout!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

Kindergarten Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

Kindergarten Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

This booklet will help you plan for a week or more (up to a month if needed) . The theme of this series of booklets is 'Under the Sea'. The focus books are "the Rainbow Fish" by Marcus Pfister and Eric Carle's beautiful story 'A house for Hermit Crab'. There are so many picture books available it was hard to choose. This resource comes with 2 PDF, Behaviour management strategies(7 pages) , and the resource booklet (27 pages). There are hints for what to take with you on Relief days with links to some great Relief Teaching ideas pages. 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!!!This resource could be differentiated for use with year 1 class. 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.Share

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 1 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

Year 1 Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit

Under the sea, is the theme of this set of booklets. The chosen picture books are 'Where the Forest meets the sea' by Jeannie Baker, and 'Magic Beach' by Alison Lester. this 28 booklet has 60 links to explore to support all KLA's. You can pick and choose the activities that suit your teaching style and the needs of the class. The ideas in this booklet can also be adjusted for kindergarten and year 2 children. A separate booklet with ideas for behaviour and classroom management is part of this valuable time saving resource.This resource could be differentiated for use with year 2 or kindergarten class. 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

YR/ KS1 beachcomber  treasure hunt.

YR/ KS1 beachcomber treasure hunt.

YR/ KS1 beachcomber treasure hunt. Learning objectives: I can identify objects found on a beach.I can use a tally to record and total my results.Pupils record as many of the pictured objects as the see in tally form and total up their scores at the end of the treasure hunt. There are eight beach items to find (limpet, starfish, crab, driftwood, clam shell, pebbles, feather, seaweed). Fun as an ongoing or a timed activity where pupils can work individually, in pairs or in a group.

By newromantic

Puffin on the Beach – Illustrated Book and Literacy Activities with Widgit Symbols

Puffin on the Beach – Illustrated Book and Literacy Activities with Widgit Symbols

A selection of literacy activities that can be used alongside the Puffin on the Beach book (included in this pack). Use the Literacy resources to support the reader’s understanding of the story through comprehension questions, sequencing activities and key vocabulary flashcards.Puffin on the Beach is a beautifully illustrated book by David Blakesley (author) and Tharada Blakesley (illustrator). The story describes how Sam and Hollie’s plan to spend an afternoon rock pooling takes an unexpected turn when Sam thinks he has found a Penguin. Hollie is not so sure, and their father realises that the bird is actually a Puffin. Clearly in need of help, the children rescue the Puffin and we discover how the bird is eventually returned to the ocean.The Sam and Hollie books represent the first series of illustrated children’s story books which symbolise key words with Widgit symbols.This book has useful links to the ‘Seaside’ cross curricular theme.Contents - Puffin on the Beach Book This PDF version of the book is A4 size for easy printing. A paperback version of this book is available from www.widgit.com.- Write your own Story- Draw your own Pictures- Sequence the Pictures- Sequence the Story (short and long versions)- Story Flashcards- Vocabulary List.- Connect Activity- Spelling Activity- Comprehension Questions- Comprehension Multiple Choice- Literacy Lesson Plan - Fiction Week 1- Literacy Lesson Plan - Fiction Week 2- Literacy Lesson Plan - Fiction Week 3- Literacy Lesson Plan – Non-Fiction Week 1- Literacy Lesson Plan – Non-Fiction Week 2Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.

By Widgit_Software

Puffin on the Beach  - Illustrated Book with Widgit Symbols

Puffin on the Beach - Illustrated Book with Widgit Symbols

Puffin on the Beach is a beautifully illustrated book by David Blakesley (author) and Tharada Blakesley (illustrator). The story describes how Sam and Hollie’s plan to spend an afternoon rock pooling takes an unexpected turn when Sam thinks he has found a Penguin. Hollie is not so sure, and their father realises that the bird is actually a Puffin. Clearly in need of help, the children rescue the Puffin and we discover how the bird is eventually returned to the ocean.The Sam and Hollie books represent the first series of illustrated children’s story books which symbolise key words with Widgit symbols.This book has useful links to the ‘Seaside’ cross curricular theme.This PDF version of the book is A4 size for easy printing. A paperback version of this book is available from www.widgit.com.Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.

By Widgit_Software

Bird Spotting Charts with Widgit Symbols

Bird Spotting Charts with Widgit Symbols

A selection of activities that can be used for bird spotting. Talley charts and Pictograms for- Garden Birds- Park Birds- Sea BirdsThese activities have been designed to be used alongside the book ‘Puffin on the Beach’ (sold separately). Available as a printable PDF on TES, or as a paperback from www.widgit.comUseful activity links to the ‘Seaside’ cross curricular theme.This resource was created in InPrint 3.Widgit Symbols supports vocabulary development across the primary curriculum for all students, as well as helping individuals with special needs, autism or speech and language difficulties.

By Widgit_Software