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ANIMAL RESOURCE BANK

ANIMAL RESOURCE BANK

This is a resource bank for BUSY TEACHERS. It contains a wide variety of activities, vocabulary, grammar, game rules, writing tasks, conversation tasks etc. A BOARDGAME AND A VOCABULARY POSTER INCLUDED.
Olynj
Maori Language Labels Days Months and Numbers New Zealand Te Reo

Maori Language Labels Days Months and Numbers New Zealand Te Reo

Included in this pack are two gorgeously designed labels with both English and Maori Language. Words included are the days of the week (including Saturday and Sunday) the months of the year and numbers up to 10. Further I have included the number symbols which make it ideal for your daily calendar in your class. Both designs are bright and colourful. This is an excellent resource to use all year long and in particular for Maori Language Week. I use them all year long and interchange between Maori and Language. If you like this resource also check out my other quality Maori Language products. Enjoy
Kiwilander
Australian Animal Craft

Australian Animal Craft

Three lovely craft ideas using paper plates. Other body parts supplied. Make an echidna, wombat and kangaroo. Pages: 11 Black and white as well as colour. PLEASE NOTE: This forms part of the resource Aussie Animals Unit of work.
TeachEzy
Schools around the world

Schools around the world

This 40 page resource introduces some of the similarities and differences in schools and education around the world. I'm sure your students will enjoy looking at this resource and talking about the pictures and discussion questions. Use this PDF presentation in class, as a print-out or on the computer or smartboard. The purpose of the resource is to help your students value their education and think about how much people, schools and education differ around the world. A useful resource for students of all ages!
cassieborodenko
ANZAC - Legend of Simpson and his Donkey: Presentation, Worksheet, Word Search

ANZAC - Legend of Simpson and his Donkey: Presentation, Worksheet, Word Search

This is a PowerPoint presentation on one of the most well-known Anzac, John Simpson Kirkpatrick and his donkey. It is a resource linked to ANZAC Day and bravery. There are 18 slides telling the story with maps and pictures. Students are first asked to look at the front picture to create interest. Students learn about Simpson's background, when and why he enlisted and why he is remembered for being courageous. Two follow-up activities: - Worksheet 1 - Students write and draw 4 facts they have learnt about Simpson - Word Search on the topic Royalty free images: Microsoft clipart, www.flickr.com
Ro_Milli0110
ANZAC Day Presentation Lesson/Assembly, Worksheets/Follow-up Activities

ANZAC Day Presentation Lesson/Assembly, Worksheets/Follow-up Activities

This resource relates to ANZAC Day on 25 April. Clear and straightforward - Ideal for assemblies or as a standalone lesson. Each slides takes you through what ANZAC day is and what it means, symbols are explained (rosemary, laurel and the poppy), why do we need ceremonies and what a typical ANZAC day ceremony involves, the dawn service and why people march. The presentation is interactive - students are asked questions that relate to their personal experiences of celebrations and why the Anzac spirit legacy is important today. Content: - Presentation (40 slides) - 2 YouTube links for students to watch and listen to the Last Post and the Reveille. - 4 Worksheets:- Worksheet 1 - Anzac Day - Short reading text and 4 comprehension questions Worksheet 2- Anzac Day symbols - students describe the 3 symbols and then draw and describe a symbol that means something to them. Worksheet 3 - A Typical Anzac Day Ceremony - Students describe what 3 of the activities are Worksheet 4 - The recitation - Students read 4 lines from For the Fallen by Laurence Binyon and then complete the missing gaps. There are then questions on the poem. Please see preview of worksheets. File Type: PowerPoint Presentation (editable) and Word All images royalty free Microsoft clipart, and www.Flickr.com
Ro_Milli0110
Australian Flag - Cursive Display Letters

Australian Flag - Cursive Display Letters

A set of display letters, in a cursive font, with a texture that shows the flag of Australia. The set includes every letter (in upper and lower case), numbers, mathematical symbols and punctuation. Use these letters on your classroom display boards. They're perfect for when your children are learning about Australia! You can find hundreds of other sets of cursive display letters at https://www.teachingpacks.co.uk/
teachingideas
Elementary School Bundle

Elementary School Bundle

Are you looking for elementary teaching resources for ESL students? Are you looking for a way to boost your students reading, speaking and listening. This set of teaching resources will help you. Try them today.
peterfogarty
Animals Bundle

Animals Bundle

A set of cross- curricular teaching resources about animals. There are a wide range of different animal photo packs, reading activities and even a great ESL unit. Get your students talking about animals!
peterfogarty
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!
peterfogarty
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!!!
ninki1