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The Monster Haircut

The Monster Haircut

The Monster Haircut Activity. The PDF includes: - Monster in Black and White for DIY coloring: Page 4 - Monster Hair in Black and White for DIY coloring: Page 5 - Teaching tips and activity instructions: Page 3 - Monster Full Color template: Page 6 - Monster Hair Full Color template: Page 7 Teacher Tips: -Materials: You will need to cut out the Monster Hair and adhere with Tape, Glue, or Staples. -I recommend lamination or printing on card stock paper for years of use! -Print on construction paper, have the kids color their own, or print the version in full color. -Great to include with Halloween Monster theme lesson plans. -For a fun book to accompany the lesson try reading the book - “The Haircut“ by the Oxford Reading Tree. I hope you enjoy my products. Be sure to leave a rating and follow me, Creativeteachersabroad. Keep in touch and get more ideas by liking my Facebook page!
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Taste & Teeth Activity

Taste & Teeth Activity

Taste & Teeth Activity! 1. Print and cut: Print out pages on pink paper(gums/tongue) and white paper(teeth) and cut. 2. Laminate (Suggested Step): I suggest laminating a version for years of use! 3. Attach: Use sticky tack, tape, velcrow or your choice of adhesive for the teeth and tongue. Lesson Suggestions: -Place yarn or play-doh in between teeth and have children use a toothbrush to clean them. -Use the numbered teeth template to let children count the teeth. - Use the tongue template as the starter for a discussion about taste and if possible have them taste foods and lable their own! -Materials: You will need scissors, yarn/play-doh, pink and white paper, and adhesive for the teeth. -I recommend lamination for years of use! Enhance your lesson by reading: The Tooth Book by Dr. Seuss I hope you enjoy my products. Be sure to leave a rating and follow me, Creativeteachersabroad. Keep in touch and get more ideas by liking my Facebook page!
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Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes: ESL lesson with printable flashcards and dominoes

Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes: ESL lesson with printable flashcards and dominoes

This is an all-time favourite in the kindergarten and primary classroom for children learning body parts and movements. This lesson pack includes A4-sized printable flashcards (head, shoulders, knees, toes, eyes, ears, mouth, nose) as well as some lovely printable dominoes with the body parts on. Instructions: Play video from YouTube and sing with the children, review target language with the flashcards, play a flashcard game activity, children are handed one domino each and have to come one at a time to the front to make a chain. Finish class with song again to wind down. Full printables and lesson plan instructions in the pack.
stuartallen77
New class, back to school

New class, back to school

Bundle of resources worth £16 if bought individually. Save 50% through buying as a bundle. Presenting your Learning and Classroom Weather Chart suitable for classroom routines and expectations. Various 'About Me' activities including a game, booklet and craft activity. 'My Summer Holiday' structured worksheet to support recall of holiday activities. Activities designed for learners with SEN, including autism but also suitable for mainstream class.
jlp76
EYFS/ Reception 6 PE/ Gymnastics lessons on theme of Travel

EYFS/ Reception 6 PE/ Gymnastics lessons on theme of Travel

EYFS/ Reception 6 PE/ Gymnastics lessons on theme of Travel. Each lesson is a step by step guide and includes key question, learning objectives (Key skills), timings, warmup, games, main teaching point, small apparatus handling with young children, apparatus work and cool down. Lesson plan includes a blank column so you can put in your own clock times to keep track of lesson pace. This set of lessons focuses on introducing YR pupils to formal PE lessons in a large space and concentrates on space, awareness of others, safety and travel. Small apparatus used – mats, hoops, benches. Lesson 1&2 Key skills: Familiarisation with space. Awareness of obstacles and other children. Safe handling and introduction to apparatus. Respond to ‘stop’, ‘turn’, ‘change direction’ signals. Travel in three main ways. Travel on feet/feet and hands. Lesson 3 Travel on feet/feet and hands and carry out a simple sequence with repetition and stillness. Lesson 4 Respond to signals. Introduce ‘forwards’, ‘backwards’, ‘close to the floor’ Practise simple 2 part travel sequence which includes ‘stillness’. Lesson 5 Introduce positional vocabulary ‘on’, ‘through’, ‘in between’. Practise simple 2 part travel sequence using positional vocabulary which includes ‘stillness’. Lesson 6 Respond to signals. Practise ‘forwards’, ‘backwards’, ‘close to the floor’. Practise positional vocabulary ‘on’, ‘through’, ‘in between’. Refine simple 2 part travel sequence using positional vocabulary which includes ‘stillness’.
newromantic
At the Hairdresser

At the Hairdresser

A collection of photos of myself from various visits to the hairdresser. Hopefully they will be of use to teachers teaching English as a foreign language, talking about daily life, or for vocational studies. I will add more photos over time but feel free to use these for student projects and presentations of for talks on the human body and how we change over time. 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.
sarah277
Body confidence  ¦ Early years toolkit

Body confidence ¦ Early years toolkit

Celebrating me: An Early Years Guide aims to help early years professionals support children in their care to develop a positive body image – and provide practical ideas to help children feel body confident right from the start. The download covers practical activities and top tips that you can use in your setting, linked to your Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) practice in England, or to Foundation Phase practice in Wales. This guide is supported by the Be Real Campaign, a national movement of individuals, schools, businesses and charities working hard to change attitudes to body image and behaviour.
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Early Years Foundation Stage Progress Check at Age 2.

Early Years Foundation Stage Progress Check at Age 2.

This editable document is designed for all early years practitioners working with children between the ages of two and three. This document when filled in individually, will fulfil the statutory requirement to complete a progress check at age two. Featuring text boxes labelled for all three prime areas of learning and handy age development stages for you to circle, it will enable the swift completion of this document. There is a space for you to fill in each child's individual progress. This document includes a space for you to provide next steps on each area of development.
LellyAnnWright