Early years resource management resources

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Bracken and Ferns

Bracken and Ferns

A collection of photos of bracken and ferns that I have taken for my students during my row around Great Britain, which will be added to over time. Can be used for projects, presentations, knowledge, and discussions about topics such as habitat, ecosystem, seed dispersal, plants, and uses in history. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.

By sarah277

Teacher Pack: Coastal Tourism and Recreation

Teacher Pack: Coastal Tourism and Recreation

In this pack you will find a range of ideas, activities, resources and lesson plans, designed to allow you to engage students on the topic of Recreation and Tourism on our coast, facilitate learning and maximise understanding of natural coastal processes and management strategies for the local beaches, foreshores and dunes on the Gold Coast. Resources are created for targeted year groups and include clear curriculum links. Sun, sand and surf: life’s a beach on the sunny Gold Coast. Known for its expansive stretches of sandy beaches and iconic neon lights, our beaches are our city’s playground. Tourists flock here by the millions every year, to enjoy an endless summer of surf, sun and waves. Every year the City of Gold Coast invests in the management of our beaches and foreshores. This investment, in addition to the global reputation and marketing of the Gold Coast and it’s beaches as a top tourist destination, highlights the significant social and economic value of the beaches. The resources in this pack allow you and your students to explore Recreation and Tourism on the Gold Coast, through engaging and thought provoking activities. https://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/griffith-centre-coastal-management/community-projects/coasted/programs/resources/teacher-pack-coastal-tourism-and-recreation

By coasted

Teacher Pack: Coastal Ecology

Teacher Pack: Coastal Ecology

In this pack you will find a range of ideas, activities, resources and lesson plans, designed to allow you to engage students on the topic of Coastal Ecology, facilitate learning and maximise understanding of natural coastal processes and management strategies for the local beaches, foreshores and dunes on the Gold Coast. Resources are created for targeted year groups and include clear curriculum links. Our coastline is teeming with life. From the great sandy dunes of South Stradbroke Island, to the rocky shore at Burleigh headland, to the coastal wetlands of Coombabah, there is an abundance of plant and animal life of all shapes and sizes. To the naked eye, the sandy beach environment could be likened to a desert. Take a closer look though, and you can find a wide range of flora and fauna. In fact, just one bucket of sand can hold more diversity than an entire rainforest! Dunes are critical to the health of our beaches. They are buffer zones that reduce the impact of shoreline variability on our city. Vegetation is vital to the maintenance of the dune system. It protects the beach from erosive wave action. The dunes, rocky shores and mangroves are home to an assortment of wildlife, including reptiles, insects, birds and mammals. The resources in this pack allow you and your students to explore the Coastal Ecology and its habitats of the Gold Coast, through engaging and thought provoking activities. https://www.griffith.edu.au/engineering-information-technology/griffith-centre-coastal-management/community-projects/coasted/programs/resources/teacher-pack-coastal-ecology

By coasted

113 High Quality Pictures About Water - Perfect For Any Water Related Topic.

113 High Quality Pictures About Water - Perfect For Any Water Related Topic.

Looking for pictures about rivers, water or the sea? Here is a set of three PowerPoints, which focus on water bodies, rivers and coastal images. In total, there are 113 different photos. These could be used to make a very impressive eye catching display. The photos could be mixed and sorted in different ways. The photos would also make excellent settings for stories which are linked to the water topic. For older students, they could also look and discuss the human and physical geography in the the different pictures. Students could sort these into the different parts of the water cycle. Students can use the different images in topics about rivers, seas or oceans. They could even be used to inspire students during a water - related art lesson.

By peterfogarty

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

Environmental Bundle

Environmental Bundle

This is my environmental bundle. It has presentations on different types of pollution and the environmental problems we face. It also examines in detail climate change. In addition, it reviews habitats and the local environment.

By peterfogarty

Mountain Bundle

Mountain Bundle

Are you interest in mountains? These images are designed to be used both as an easy way of creating a display and also a starting point for discussions about mountains. Can you find the different mountains shown? How many different mountain sports have your class tried? These could be a perfect resource for a data handling class.

By peterfogarty

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

National Days Bundle - Part 2

National Days Bundle - Part 2

There are so many different national days to celebrate throughout the year. I have created presentations about a wide range of them. These could be used as displays, or as an excellent starting point for a discussion about the day's topic. This is part 2 of a 2 part series. These could also be used as part of a set of school assemblies.

By peterfogarty

National Days Bundle - Part 1

National Days Bundle - Part 1

I have collected a very wide range of different National Day presentations I have created, from throughout the year, such as Science Day, Commonwealth Day, European Day of Languages, Mountain Day and Pancake Day, to name but just a few of them!

By peterfogarty

Rocks and Soils Bundle

Rocks and Soils Bundle

Are you teaching about rocks and soils? I have created some nice teaching resources to help you to teach this topic in an imaginative way. There are photos, flashcards and even an alphabet!

By peterfogarty