Zucchini and Red Lentil Soup - Life Skills - Visual Recipe and supplementary resources.

Zucchini and Red Lentil Soup - Life Skills - Visual Recipe and supplementary resources.

Zucchini and Red Lentil Soup: This resource has a notebook and a worksheet. The notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as some writing sheets. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) for teaching life skills but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy. There is an accompanying visual recipe to print.
pearp
Head Space- Wellbeing Newsletters (Volume 1 and 2!) for parents, staff and children!

Head Space- Wellbeing Newsletters (Volume 1 and 2!) for parents, staff and children!

These wellbeing newsletters have gone down a storm, with all teachers, parents, children and leadership! Due to popular demand Volume 2 for the next academic year has now been created! This pack contains Volume 1 and Volume 2 of our monthly, editable newsletters, based on wellbeing, for every month of the academic year. Each newsletter is double sided with an adult zone and kids zone! Use these monthly newsletters to support the parents, children and staff of your school in gaining improved self esteem, resilience, wellbeing, confidence and motivation, in order to achieve an emotionally healthy school.
kep1987
Emotionally Healthy Schools- Wellbeing Newsletters (Volume 2) for parents, staff and children!

Emotionally Healthy Schools- Wellbeing Newsletters (Volume 2) for parents, staff and children!

These wellbeing newsletters have gone down a storm, with all teachers, parents, children and leadership! Due to popular demand Volume 2 for the next academic year has now been created! Volume 1 (September-July) are also available from my TES shop. This pack contains Volume 2 of our monthly, editable newsletters, based on wellbeing, for every month of the academic year. Each newsletter is double sided with an adult zone and kids zone! Use these monthly newsletters to support the parents, children and staff of your school in gaining improved self esteem, resilience, wellbeing, confidence and motivation, in order to achieve an emotionally healthy school.
kep1987
Back To School Ultra Bundle

Back To School Ultra Bundle

This ultra bundle includes 9 of our resources. Editable Weekly Newsletter Templates This editable weekly newsletter template is a great way to keep your students on track and updated. A great reminder for the students to know what is on for the week.It also come with an editable blank template to be able to customise the categories. Editable Parent Newsletter Templates: Take Home Notes from the Teacher These Editable Parent Newsletters are monthly newsletters that you could give to parents as a way of communicating about their child’s progress in school. They are like take home notes that you could give to students to bring home to their parents or if the parents pick up their child at school, you could hand them over personally. It is a great way to keep the parents updated of their child’s performance. A blank monthly parent newsletter template is also provided so you could put your own categories. Editable Monthly Newsletter Templates: Keep your students on track and updated This Editable Monthly newsletter is a great way to keep your students updated of the important dates to remember, get excited for upcoming events and most of all highlight your star students for the month.It also come with an editable blank template to be able to customise the categories. The format is in powerpoint and the newsletters are in PNG format so you can edit. To edit, open the file in powerpoint, click on “INSERT” and look for “TEXT BOX” and type on the text box. To PRINT: The file is on A4 paper size. It could also be printed on black & white or grey scale. Just adjust the colour settings of your computer. Editable Back To School Forms These Back To School Editable forms are useful on the first day of school and on back to school open house night. It includes: *Welcome Sign *Name tags *Transportation Form *Birthday Form *Student information sheet *Email Sign- up sheet *Text Sign-up sheet *Volunteer Sign- up sheet *Supplies list *Signs that you can post on tables to guide parents during back to school open house *Thank you note to parents for volunteering The format is on powerpoint presentation. The paper size is on A4 and all images are in PNG. Should you wish to edit, click on “INSERT” then “TEXT BOX” to edit The slides could also be printed out in black and white or in grey scale. Please check the colour settings of your printer. Feelings Flash Cards for Primary The emotions flashcards include 27 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions and a worksheet to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 27 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: Happy 2.Lonely Mad Proud Sad Embarrassed Sheepish Shy Skeptical Suprised Worried Disappointed Boys’ emotions and feelings: Anxious Bored Confused Enraged Excited Hurt Mad- Accusatory Mad- Indignant Peeved-Tantruming Proud Scared Shy Smug- Self- Important Startled Stressed Tweens and Teens Feelings Flash Cards The emotions flashcards include 28 different feelings/emotions. It includes what trigger each emotions and feelings. It also has an interview guide questions to help your students identify, express their feelings and promote discussions. The 28 feelings/emotions are: Girls emotions/feelings: Baffled Passionate Ecstatic Mad- Frantic Splendid Melancholic Terrified Astounded Introverted Apprehensive Placid Pensive Flabbergasted Sullen Boys’ emotions and feelings: Perplexed Piqued Contented Mad-Absurd Grand Distressed Anxious Stunned Cautious Tense Quiet Wistful Startled Cantankerous Conversation Starters This product contains 100 plus conversation starters that teachers and counselors can use.This product is best used for middle school year children aged 11-13 years old. It is divided into 5 categories: a. Family b. Self c. School d. Friends e. Anything under the sun It also comes with blank templates that you can use to write your own questions for each category. Getting Acquainted: Initial Interview Guide This guide can be used by teachers and counselors to get acquainted with their students. They can easily establish rapport with these short interview guide and they can also take down notes about their observations and impressions of the student. 9 .Classroom Posters for Tweens and Teens Teenagers need to be constantly reminded of rules and expectations in the classroom. These rules and expectations could serve as a guide to help them stay on track and out of trouble, continue to practice good manners that there taught in primary, feel safe and supported in school. The file is in power point version, A4 in size and in JPEG format. List of Classroom Rules and Expectations: Treat others fairly Pay attention in class Listen to the teachers and adults in school Lend a helping hand to others Come to school ready and prepared Stay on task Be kind to others Be friendly and sociable Show respect to others Cooperate with others Don’t be mean on the screen Make smart choices Be responsible Be organized Don’t ruin someone’s reputation by spreading gossip Be forgiving Follow rules Raise your hand if you want to participate and ask questions Be honest Don’t pick fights Eat healthy Work quietly
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Yogurt Pizza: A visual one page recipe to make Yogurt Pizza.

Yogurt Pizza: A visual one page recipe to make Yogurt Pizza.

A visual one page recipe to make Yogurt Pizza. It has visual images to assist in easy reading of this recipe. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy. This notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as a writing sheet.
pearp
Cinnamon Teacake: A visual one page recipe to make Cinnamon Teacake.

Cinnamon Teacake: A visual one page recipe to make Cinnamon Teacake.

A visual one page recipe to make Cinnamon Teacake. It has visual images to assist in easy reading of this recipe. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy. This notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as a writing sheet. At my school, my students run a in-school cafe for staff and visitors and cakes are a favourite for our customers.
pearp
Cyber Safety: Browsing the internet safely

Cyber Safety: Browsing the internet safely

Browsing the internet safely - an introduction to Cyber Safety and how to browse the internet safely on computers, mobile phones and tablets. What is safe and what is not safe. There is a simple guide of what to do if you do not like what you see on the internet. It supports the teaching of child protection. There are comprehension questions to establish an understanding of what is safe or not safe on the internet. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the concepts as well as a writing sheet. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) but can be used as a valuable resource for early years.
pearp
My Heart Matters

My Heart Matters

My Heart Matters is a great tool to help children and young people to express their wishes and feelings in the world around them. The book empowers the child or young person to express its anxieties and frustrations, helping them to manage them and move forwards with the support of a teacher, parent or carer. This is a great resource for professionals working with children and young people. Training courses are available,please contact us on: http://funkiemunkie.co.uk/info.html
funk13munk13
Gratitude

Gratitude

A simple, easy to use sheet to guide gratitude practice daily.
lmtteacher
Not Every Carrot Can Be A Supermodel

Not Every Carrot Can Be A Supermodel

This activity is designed to encourage children to grow their own vegetables and enjoy the fruits of their labour. Children will discover that the food you grow yourself can look very different to that which you buy at the supermarket and can also have a different flavour.
TheTeachersFriend
Classroom Tools Mega Bundle

Classroom Tools Mega Bundle

All the classroom tools you need to manage your classes! From amendable AFL and Dirt Time materials to target setting, behaviour management and rewards, seating plans and laying down your classroom rules. All these classroom tools can be used in any subject and many are particularly useful for Tutor Time too. Loads more classroom tools and whole school materials at my shop: EC RESOURCES
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World Ocean Day - Zero Plastic Lunch for 8th June

World Ocean Day - Zero Plastic Lunch for 8th June

This assembly is aimed at 5-9 age range but could be used throughout the primary School Age range. It briefly considers world plastic pollution and then goes on to look at the impact of every day single use plastics on the world. It encourages pupils, adults and schools to take small steps to “make a difference”. IMPORTANT The license for using this assembly in your own class is £3, but if you wish to use this resource for a whole school assembly you will need to purchase the school license. If you like this assembly and are looking for others for throughout the school year, you will find it more economical to purchase themes from Mirrorassemblies.co.uk where your school can subscribe to any number of themes for periods from one term to 5 years. This will allow you access to all new assembly materials added to that theme or those themes instantly. Mirror Assemblies also provide ready-made assemblies including scripts presentations and linked music in the form of a presentation which encourages thought and reflection as a warm-up for the main part of the assembly. For more information go to mirrorassemblies.co.uk
MirrorAssemblies
Coconut tasting.

Coconut tasting.

Worksheets to help you with a coconut tasting activity. Colouring pages header sheets and activity sheet that you can use if you are doing a coconut food tasting session. Print out and stick in workbooks and help promote discussion on the subject of coconuts. Good for young people and people with learning disabilities.
ianhjoy
Engaging and visual powerpoint to accompany 'The Brain' SOW

Engaging and visual powerpoint to accompany 'The Brain' SOW

The Brain scheme of work: Years Reception to Eleven Improving children’s metacognition since 2016 This scheme of work offers an exciting opportunity for children aged four to sixteen to learn about the brain, the most important organ in the body, controlling everything we think, feel and do. We offer choice and flexibility in our lesson plans to attract students with all different abilities and aptitudes, from those who just want to know the basics about the brain to those who want to learn about all of the depths of this subject. We want students: • To understand just how complex and sophisticated the brain is; including what parts the brain consists of, and what these parts control. • To understand that the potential of the brain can be improved by simple actions one can perform every day. • To understand that the brain can also be affected by actions we perform, i.e. drinking, smoking and taking drugs. Topics covered in this scheme of work: • What is the brain? • My memories • What is my potential in life? • What is the nervous system? • My healthy brain • Concentration • Dreams • Alcohol • Drugs • Stress Also available to purchase to use alongside this powerpoint -1 lesson for every year from Reception to Year 11 which includes a starter, a main activity and a plenary, and adaptations for more and less able students. -Also included are links to videos on youtube to accompany some of the lesson plans -Worksheets to accompany the lessons
taradobby
'Your Fantastic Elastic Brain' Scheme of Work for ages 4-11

'Your Fantastic Elastic Brain' Scheme of Work for ages 4-11

'Your Fantastic Elastic Brain’ is a fun and engaging book in which children can learn about the vast capabilities of the brain, and how we all have the ability to stretch and grow our own brains to create the happiest, healthiest human being possible! The book also delivers crucial information about the anatomy and basic functions of the brain, in a graphic and interesting way, and conveys the important message that making mistakes is a positive thing in learning. I created this scheme of work as a follow up for teachers after reading the book in class, with a lesson plan per year group from reception to year 6, where students can reflect on the messages conveyed in the book, and how they could use the insightful information from the book in their own lives. Included in this scheme of work: -1 lesson per year group for years reception to year 6 with 3 activities (starter, main activity, plenary) and adaptations for more and less-able students -Worksheets to accompany some of the activities **A powerpoint with engaging and visual slides is also available to buy to accompany each lesson plan **
taradobby
The Brain Scheme of Work Ages 4-16

The Brain Scheme of Work Ages 4-16

The Brain scheme of work: Years Reception to Eleven Improving children’s metacognition since 2016 This scheme of work offers an exciting opportunity for children aged four to sixteen to learn about the brain, the most important organ in the body, controlling everything we think, feel and do. We offer choice and flexibility in our lesson plans to attract students with all different abilities and aptitudes, from those who just want to know the basics about the brain to those who want to learn about all of the depths of this subject. We want students: • To understand just how complex and sophisticated the brain is; including what parts the brain consists of, and what these parts control. • To understand that the potential of the brain can be improved by simple actions one can perform every day. • To understand that the brain can also be affected by actions we perform, i.e. drinking, smoking and taking drugs. Topics covered in this scheme of work: • What is the brain? • My memories • What is my potential in life? • What is the nervous system? • My healthy brain • Concentration • Dreams • Alcohol • Drugs • Stress Included in this scheme of work: 1 lesson for every year from Reception to Year 11 which includes a starter, a main activity and a plenary, and adaptations for more and less abled students. Also included are links to videos on youtube to accompany some of the lesson plans Worksheets to accompany the lessons Also available to purchase alongside this scheme of work A powerpoint containing engaging and visual slides for every single lesson
taradobby
End of term activities. Cool Colouring

End of term activities. Cool Colouring

Great fun at the end of term. Get kids colouring with these beautiful original designs. Also many children and adults suffer from stress and anxiety at times. An over busy brain makes it difficult to concentrate on tasks and the feelings associated with anxiety can cause distress and further anxiety. Recent research suggests that activities which focus the mind without being overly taxing can help break the cycle of worry and anxiety and can help calm the busy mind. One such activity is colouring. This resource provides 40 original hand drawn kaleidoscopic images. The repetitive nature of the patterns is intentional, encouraging the individual to settle into a calming routine. Drawings range in complexity, making it a suitable resource for all age groups, including adults. I hope that enjoyment and a sense of calm at the end of term can be found by using this resource.
StartEducation
Getting Ready To Teach RSE - A Helpful Guide (Includes Free Poster)

Getting Ready To Teach RSE - A Helpful Guide (Includes Free Poster)

This e-book describes seven key elements to delivering successful Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) sessions and provides you with strategies for teaching sensitive content. There is also a free poster for you to print out and put up in your classroom or staff room. We’d love to hear from you if you made use of this resource. Drop us a line at openvieweducation@gmail.com We regularly upload new free resources and useful blog posts at www.openvieweducation.co.uk. We are an educational theatre company that provides interactive workshops on PSHE and RSE topics such as anti-bullying, e-safety and periods and puberty.
openvieweducation
How to teach your students to be eco-friendly

How to teach your students to be eco-friendly

A tool to help young children (Kindergarten, Year 1, Year 2 & Year 3) develop eco-friendly behaviours. Find the original resource here: https://www.homeimprovementpages.com.au/article/printable-worksheet-environment This is a fun quiz with insightful questions. It aims to develop vocabulary, comprehension and math skills, as well as practical environmental knowledge. (Photo by Enis Yavuz on Unsplash)
emily_leary
CiViCS 4 KiDS >You Are a CITIZEN-What is Your DUTY? Ethics Activity PowerPoint

CiViCS 4 KiDS >You Are a CITIZEN-What is Your DUTY? Ethics Activity PowerPoint

CiViCs for KiDs is suitable for Ages 5 -10. This introductory PDF PowerPoint presents the concept of what it means to be a citizen, and conveys the message of what good citizen conduct entails. Includes 8 Q&A points for discussion! Here is What’s Included: Explains WHO is a Citizen Who are Special Types of Citizens Citizens Who Do Government Jobs Instills Social Responsibility Guidance Embedded Morality for Citizen Ethics NO PREP- 8 Integrated Q&A Points Simple, Fun and Engaging Awareness!
PattyAnnsPetProject
Wash Your Hands Song

Wash Your Hands Song

Practice this song together. Aid children at the sink while singing and washing their hands. Hang the song, once laminated, by the sink. Sing the lyrics to the tune of ‘Row, Row, Row Your Boat’ while physically doing what the lyrics tell you to do. Following along to the lyrics and melody of this song ensures that hands are being washed correctly for the accurate amount of time.
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Wash Your Hands Steps

Wash Your Hands Steps

Hang this sign by any sink, after laminating, so students will be able to follow the steps to properly wash their hands. -Contains 5 steps with real-life pictures numbered and captioned: “Water”, “Soap”, “Scrub”, “Rinse”, “Dry”.
mk115116
KS1/2/3: Food Diary

KS1/2/3: Food Diary

I was looking online for a booklet-style food diary that looked good, and alas I could not find one! So I spent a couple of minutes putting this together before school this morning. Graphics are by GraphicsPassion, and the font can be downloaded here: https://www.dafont.com/sea-balance.font? I collected the graphics onto the back page so you can play around with them as images if needed. The days can also be reordered to fit your timetable. Hope it’s helpful!
thingskeepchanging
FOOD GROUP BINGO (US version)

FOOD GROUP BINGO (US version)

Food Group Bingo - Nutrition Education Food Group Bingo is a fun and interactive activity that can be used to build vocabulary, teach students about balanced nutrition and healthy eating habits and to evaluate student understanding of food-related concepts. Not only is this activity ideal for students of all ages, but it is an excellent way to build vocabulary in ELL / ELD students and to teach Life Skills. Included in this activity are: A page outlining the USDA nutrition guidelines for healthy eating Bingo Directions Call Sheets for each of the 5 food groups 20 different bingo cards COOKING WITH THE KIDS is an educational project led by UK not for profit, The Organic Cookery School. It strives to help parents, carers and teachers to incorporate more cookery activities into their children’s lives, providing accessible child-focused recipes and cross-curricular activities. Food Group Bingo is based on an original resource by Michelle Stern, and is no owned and distributed by The Organic Cookery School. Profits go to support our community cookery and nutrition projects in areas of need.
cookingwiththekids
Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 KS1 BUNDLE

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 KS1 BUNDLE

Raise awareness and understanding of mental health issues with this bundle of 30 emotion cards, 14 posters, and a 36 slide assembly. Develop your pupil’s emotional wellbeing, language for discussing their emotions and provide them with coping strategies. 3 children in an average classroom are facing mental health problems and 75% of mental health issues arise before the age of 18. So we need to do all that we can to provide children with the tools to cope with these challenges and an understanding to support those around them as they grow. A large bundle of resources for KS1. Purchase this resource, leave a review and choose a resource of mine for free! Just email your username and your chosen resource to teachallenjoy@gmail.com
Teachallenjoy
Positive Postcards

Positive Postcards

The two images can be printed back to back in colour on white card. The front of the positive postcard shows a superhero holding up a rainbow with the words ‘Power of Positivity’. The writing side of the postcard includes a positive poem to encourage children to believe in themselves and boost their confidence. There is space to write a short message as well as an address which can be sent home or it could be the class name and school address. I used these for several purposes: Improve mental health and well-being. Engage children with behaviour problems catching them doing something postive. As a reward system. Given to children who have low self-esteem and confidence. If used in the class room rather than sent home, I would leave it in the child’s place at the end of the day so it was a surprise for them in the morning. Please note: The cover image only shows part of the postive postcard logo.
wysiwyg62
Anti-Bullying

Anti-Bullying

This is a resource to raise the awareness of Anti-Bullying. It can be used for assemblies, PSHE and tutor time.
leepeachey
Opticians Role Play

Opticians Role Play

The opticians role play kit includes: Opticians Role Play word cards Opticians Role Play posters Opticians Role Play label cards (eye drops, ophthalmoscopes, glasses, sunglasses,open/closed, ) Opticians Role Play eye charts Opticians Role Play customer information sheet Opticians Role Play glasses order form Opticians Role Play appointment cards Opticians Role Play price tags Opticians Role Play reward stickers Great for creating an opticians play area in your classroom. The Opticians Role Play kit can be linked to many KS1 curriculum topics - My Body, All About Me, Health and Wellbeing, Places in Town, Life processes and living things, Senses, etc. The Opticians Role Play is saved as a.pdf document (can not be edited) and contains 26 pages. If you have any suggestions or questions about the kit, please do not hesitate to contact us on the email address provided at the end of your resource.
hoppytimes
Carrot Dip: A visual one page recipe to make Roasted Carrot and Chickpea Dip.

Carrot Dip: A visual one page recipe to make Roasted Carrot and Chickpea Dip.

A visual one page recipe to make Roasted Carrot and Chickpea Dip. It has visual images to assist in easy reading of this recipe. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy. This notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as a writing sheet. At my school, my students run a in-school cafe for staff and visitors and dips are also a favourite for our customers.
pearp
Lemon Yoghurt Muffins: A visual one page recipe to make Lemon Yoghurt Muffins.

Lemon Yoghurt Muffins: A visual one page recipe to make Lemon Yoghurt Muffins.

A visual one page recipe to make Lemon Yoghurt Muffins. It has visual images to assist in easy reading of this recipe. It was created for students with special needs (SEN) but can be used as a valuable resource for early years literacy. This notebook is designed for the students to use it as a visual sequence when cooking. They have all the ingredients and utensils needed and then an easy to follow recipe. It has an inbuilt shopping activity so that the cooking can be integrated into a shopping program. Within the shopping part which encourages literacy skills, students can choose what they will buy and then make their own shopping list by either writing it or sticking the associated visual onto their shopping list. There are also some integrated literacy skills to match the ingredients as well as a writing sheet. There are two recipes one which using real lemons which need to be grated and squeezed and then an easy to make recipe where the cook uses bottled lemon juice.
pearp
10  KS1 ASSEMBLIES!!

10 KS1 ASSEMBLIES!!

A GREAT SELECTION OF KS1 ASSEMBLIES INCLUDING: FARMER DUCK SAYING SORRY WORK TOGETHER, LEARN TOGETHER FRIENDS HONESTY SHARING TRYING YOUR BEST FABLES ALPHABET WHAT MAKES A GOOD PERSON?
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