Early years indigenous peoples resources

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Chocolate Bundle

Chocolate Bundle

Here you find a chocolate bundle to be used with a topic on chocolate Bean to Bar. How is Chocolate Made - An Assembly Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: A Class Assembly (30+ parts) Charlie and The Chocolate Factory: Topic Overview Chocolate Week Assembly

By ChrisWat

Clip Art Ancient Egypt Music & Dancing

Clip Art Ancient Egypt Music & Dancing

This product contains 66 original hand drawn graphic images of entertainers in Ancient Egypt There are 31 girls in total 7 Musicians in Black & White and Colour 24 Dancers in Black & White and Colour There are also 2 boys, musicians in Black & White and Colour This product is meant to support preparation for learning in History.

By rhondamckenzie

Introduction to Native Americans.

Introduction to Native Americans.

This is an introductory lesson to help introduce Native Americans. Pupils watch 'Hook' video clip to guess what the lesson is about. Learning Intention and differentiated outcomes (SMSC). Pupils then watch a short video to introduce them to the daily lives of a Native American tribe. The majority of the lesson is based around the main task of 'Literacy Relay'. This is where pupils compete in teams to answer a series of questions based upon an information booklet. Pupils are then asked to use the information learnt from the main task to create a role-play or a series of Freeze-frames about a day in the life of a Native American. This lesson could easily be completed without the need of an exercise book.

By morlem