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Owl Babies story pack - plus Nocturnal animals and Emotions

Owl Babies story pack - plus Nocturnal animals and Emotions

The pack includes: Owl Babies: A large display banner with pictures of the owls in the story 'Owl Babies' Word cards relating to the story- these are great for writing displays when writing about the story or general displays about the story A colourful A3 sized board game with 2 sets of Maths questions (easy and harder) so you can change and differentiate the game according to the group of children playing it Various worksheets about the story and characters- missing words to fill in, speech bubbles, thought bubbles, owl labelling, true and false etc. Story props to help you retell the story- you have the option to print large pictures and characters for display and also a small A4 sized story board with smaller pictures which would be great for individual table-top work and also for use in a story sack to keep with the book Owl masks for the children to colour and make- these are provided in colour and black and white- masks of mother owl and the baby owls Two different colourful display borders- just print out as many times as you need to border a display of any size A powerpoint about Owls- the pages of this could also be printed out to make a book for your classroom An A4 word card- great to use when writing about the story High Frequency Words on feathers An alphabet line on baby owls A number line to 100 on ivy leaves- this makes a lovely display or edging to a display An owl number rhyme and props for use when singing the rhyme Writing borders in colour and black and white Colouring pages Tracing sheets of the owls A size ordering worksheet to cut and order the owls in size Nocturnal animals A photo pack of different nocturnal animals A colourful display banner Two different display borders Fact cards about different nocturnal animals Large coloured pictures of nocturnal animals Colouring pictures A nocturnal animal bingo game An A4 word card Colourful display word cards Emotions Large pictures of faces showing different emotions Display banners of 'Emotions' and 'How do you feel today?' Word cards for displays Worksheets to draw and write about different emotions Emotion flash cards with faces and the emotion word
robbyn
Nocturnal animals topic pack- Powerpoint, games, display

Nocturnal animals topic pack- Powerpoint, games, display

The pack includes: 1. A long display banner with pictures of nocturnal animals 2. Posters of different nocturnal animals with their names 3. Information posters about nocturnal animals with interesting facts about them 4. Colour photos to print out and use in displays and for discussion of different night scenes and nocturnal animals 5. A colourful display border to print out as many time as you need for a display board of any size 6. Writing sheets with decorated borders- these look lovely on displays with the childrens’ work on them or great to use in the writing area 7. Colouring pictures of different nocturnal animals 8. A set of sorting pictures and base boards to sort the animals into nocturnal and diurnal 9. Face masks in colour and black and white of an owl, badger, mouse, moth, bat, hedgehog and a fox 10. Finger puppets to make of different nocturnal animals 11. A PowerPoint about each of the different nocturnal animals: owl, badger, mouse, moth, bat, hedgehog and fox 12. A PowerPoint about nocturnal animals 13. An interactive PowerPoint where children are asked which animals are nocturnal and which are diurnal 14. Acrostic poem worksheets 15. A nocturnal animal bingo game to make and play 16. Word searches 17. An A4 word mat- great to use when writing about nocturnal animals 18. Topic word cards for use on your displays or in the writing area 19. A colourful matching pairs game 20. Worksheets about different nocturnal animals and about nocturnal and diurnal animals
robbyn
New Zealand Birds – Postage Stamps - Black and White

New Zealand Birds – Postage Stamps - Black and White

10 native NZ birds on postage stamps. Colour, cut and display. The Birds: ♦ Kākāpō ♦ Kea ♦ Pīwakawaka (Fantail) ♦ Pūkeko ♦ Tūī ♦ Weka ♦ Kererū ♦ Ruru (Morepork) ♦ Kiwi ♦ Hoiho (Yellow-Eyed Penguin) Blank Templates: Two blank templates are also included for your students to design their own NZ Bird stamp. ♦ Completely blank – just the outside frame. ♦ With the word AOTEAROA and $1 inside the frame. Made on A4 size paper. Each stamp is slightly smaller than full A4 size. Orientation: ♦ 6 portrait ♦ 4 landscape This set of stamps is also available in COLOUR. Head to my store to view these. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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New Zealand Birds – Postage Stamps

New Zealand Birds – Postage Stamps

10 native NZ birds on postage stamps. These will look fabulous on your classroom wall. The Birds: ♦ Kākāpō ♦ Kea ♦ Pīwakawaka (Fantail) ♦ Pūkeko ♦ Tūī ♦ Weka ♦ Kererū ♦ Ruru (Morepork) ♦ Kiwi ♦ Hoiho (Yellow-Eyed Penguin) Blank Templates: Two blank templates are also included for your students to design their own NZ Bird stamp. ♦ Completely blank – just the outside frame. ♦ With the word AOTEAROA and $1 inside the frame. Made on A4 size paper. Each stamp is slightly smaller than full A4 size. Orientation: ♦ 6 portrait ♦ 4 landscape This set of stamps is also available in BLACK & WHITE. Head to my store to view these. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
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EYFS Resources Bundle

EYFS Resources Bundle

EYFS Assessment pack including: A long Observation Proforma with key prompts to make observing simple. A Reading Observation Proforma with key prompts to make observing reading simple. Numeracy Assessment Grid for recording on-entry baseline and termly progress in Numeracy Phonics/Literacy Assessment grid for recording on-entry baseline and termly progress in phonics A shape assessment grid for recording children's knowledge of simple 2d shapes. Characteristics of Effective Learning: Bank of Statements Complete your characteristics of effective learning easily with these ready-made statements which have been differentiated for the low, medium and high attaining child. Simply copy and paste the statements which most resemble the child in question and edit accordingly. These statements will also prompt you with ideas for completing your more 'personal' report. Outdoor Learning Forest School (Complete set of Activities) 6 Lesson Plans/Activities including Art with Natural Resources, Bug Hunt, Building a Bug Hotel, An Introduction to Fire, Cooking on an Open Fire, and Small World Story Making with Faries (Fairy World). Also included is a Risk Assessment for having a fire and an Introduction to Forest School. This is an ideal introduction to get you on your way to confidently leading a group of children outside. The activities are designed for children from Reception up to Year 2 but they can easily be adapted for Nursery and older year groups. Please be aware, these are designed for teachers and are there to be interpreted. True Forest School does not follow lesson plans. These resources are designed to give ideas and act as a back up for the practitioner to deliver a catalyst and prompts for learning whilst being prepared to follow the children in their learning journey! Forest School should be led by the children. Intervention Planning for Early Years. Targeted Support for Finger Gym, Numeracy and Writing: This complete intervention pack includes activities for finger gym, numeracy, and writing. It is designed for support staff (LSAs and TAs) to grab and deliver targeted support without the stress of them having to plan it. It is also great for NQTs or new to Early Years teachers! This complete pack is organized in such a way to allow the person delivering the interventions to list the children involved and anno Early Years Classroom Design (Setting up your Classroom) This resources will suggest ideas for resources in curriculum areas around your classroom. With a focus on continuous provision and aimed especially to support NQTs and new to reception teachers, this resource will save you heaps of time planning what resources are needed where. FREE: An 'All About Me' booklet to send home to your parents for the children to complete and return. Playdough Leaflet: Ideas for parents
MrEarlyYears
The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark story pack- Light and Dark, Nocturnal animals

The Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark story pack- Light and Dark, Nocturnal animals

The pack includes: Story Power point- a power point presentation of the sequencing pictures for children to retell the story Interactive Power point- a power point about the story with questions Display banners Display border A4 Book information poster Sequencing pictures Picture flash cards Large alphabet- large alphabet letters in lower and upper case each night sky pictures and a flying owl Large owl pictures Constellation posters A4 word card Number line- an owl number line to 50 Alphabet line- an alphabet line on bright stars Speech bubble worksheets Writing sheets Story word cards Writing worksheets Story sack tags Question cards Owl writing sheets Counting cards Colouring pictures Owl masks Owl finger puppets Make a moving owl- cut out the owl pieces and attach using split pins Word searches A collection of worksheets- these could be made into a workbook using the book cover or used individually: · Favourite part of the story · Write a book review · Speech bubble worksheet · Write about what you are afraid of · Who said what- draw each character next to the speech bubbles · Two question worksheets · Cut and sequence the story · Write sentences about the different pictures Nocturnal animals A photo pack of different nocturnal animals Masks in colour and black and white of nocturnal animals A Powerpoint about nocturnal animals A wordsearch Light and Dark A colourful banner Question cards about day and night and light and dark A Powerpoint about light and dark Word cards A themed bingo game A wordsearch Photos of different sources of light Please note: The art work used in these resources has been produced by ourselves. It is not associated with, or endorsed by the author or publisher of the story or any related stories or products.
robbyn
The Life Cycle of a Duck - Spring, duckling

The Life Cycle of a Duck - Spring, duckling

The pack contains: Display materials including colour pictures and arrows and a title page A long colourful display banner Power point A life cycle wheel to make Various life cycle sequencing worksheets such as a cut and stick sheet, a drawing worksheet and different writing worksheets Templates for craft work Writing pages which can be made into a book with a cover Duck fact worksheets A started worksheet to see what the children know and what they want to find out Vocabulary flash cards and also cards with words and meanings A themed word search A colourful picture bingo game A duck life cycle headband to make Labelling worksheets Photos of ducks and ducklings Photos of the different stages of the life cycle of a duck Various number activities Various other worksheets including describing a duck, missing words, sentence scramble, sequencing sentences etc Plus more!
robbyn
Bird matching pairs game - flash cards, displays

Bird matching pairs game - flash cards, displays

A lovely matching pairs game with British birds. This pack contains two sets of coloured cards- one with bird names and one without. The cards can be used as a matching pairs game or as flash cards or displayed in the outdoor area for children to spot and name the birds in the surroundings.
robbyn
The Life Cycle of a Chicken- Spring, farm, Easter

The Life Cycle of a Chicken- Spring, farm, Easter

The pack includes: Display materials including colour pictures and arrows and a title page A long colourful display banner Two Power points- one with more detail for older children and a simpler version for younger or less able learners A life cycle wheel to make Various life cycle sequencing worksheets such as a cut and stick sheet, a drawing worksheet and different writing worksheets Templates for craft work Writing pages which can be made into a book with a cover Chicken fact worksheets A started worksheet to see what the children know and what they want to find out Vocabulary flash cards and also cards with words and meanings A themed word search A colourful picture bingo game A chicken life cycle headband to make Labelling worksheets Photos of chicken and chicks Photos of the different stages of the life cycle of a chicken Various other worksheets including describing a chick, missing words, sentence scramble, sequencing sentences etc
robbyn
ESL Games - Animal I Have/Who Has Activity Set

ESL Games - Animal I Have/Who Has Activity Set

Using animals is a perfect way to introduce this fun and easy activity to younger students. This file includes 9 pages of Animal I Have, Who Has Activity templates, differentiated into 3 games. “I Have, Who Has” activities are great for large or small groups and are very easy to play. Simply deal the cards out to however many children are playing and have them arrange them face up on the table in front of them. The children must be able to see all of their cards. This activity can be used to practice animal associations, reading, listening, and speaking! These cards have designated “Begin” and “End” cards. The player with the “Begin” card reads her card first. Whoever has the next card reads that one and so forth. After reading a card aloud, the card is finished and turned over. Check out more ferocious animal resources! Animal Flash Cards Animal Chart Animal Bingo Animal Bookmarks Free! Digital Animal Flash Cards Digital Animal Bingo Digital Animal Jigsaw Puzzles
kinneybrothers