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Diwali - Paper lantern craft

Diwali - Paper lantern craft

Celebrate Diwali (The Festival of Lights) by making these paper lanterns. Fun, easy to make and they look great hanging in the classroom. Included: ♦ 10 x different templates ♦ Handle template (just cut paper strips if you want to cut down on printing) ♦ Construction instructions ♦ One substitute template for the spelling of the word colour/color A variety of templates to suit what you are looking for. Some are plain (so your students can add their own patterns/designs) while others are already decorative and just need colouring. Designed on A4 size paper. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

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Diwali – Make a Salt Dough Diya

Diwali – Make a Salt Dough Diya

A fun, easy craft activity for celebrating Diwali (The Festival of Lights). Follow the instructions to make a diya out of salt dough and leave it to air dry for a few days. Decorate before drying (like the images provided), or dry and then paint/decorate. MAKING THE DIYA: Resources to assist with making the diya include: ♦ Teacher notes (with lots of ideas and hints). ♦ Recipe for your students to follow (makes 1 diya). ♦ Sequencing Cards – use as a recipe or as a sequencing task before making. These include pictures and text. WRITING TASKS: Two writing tasks are included as a follow-up to the craft activity. ♦ procedural / instructional writing (3 different templates). ♦ newspaper report writing (2 different templates plus an example). One of the newspaper reports is a fill-in-the-blanks template which is suitable for junior students. The instructions state to air dry the diya (takes a few days) but you could choose to dry it in the oven to speed up the process (details included in the teacher notes). WHAT YOU NEED: Flour, salt and water. Things to decorate it with (buttons, beads, shells, glitter, paint, etc). If you have junior students, this is a great activity for you to do with a buddy class who are a bit older. ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

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Diwali – Candle Display Mats

Diwali – Candle Display Mats

A fun, effective art activity for your students when celebrating Diwali (The Festival of Lights). Colour, cut and place a tealight candle in the centre. Laminate if desired. Included: ♦ 4 x templates with a design ♦ 1 x blank template (students design their own pattern) Size: Approximately 16.5cm in diameter. Provided in 2 paper sizes: ♦ A4 paper ♦ Letter paper ********************************************************************** © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources

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Fun Quiz for the Class

Fun Quiz for the Class

A five round quiz including answers and answer sheets for groups. The categories are History, Science and Maths, Literacy, General Knowledge, Sport and Computing/Media/IT.

By makata82

Armchair Travel to India Card Game

Armchair Travel to India Card Game

What is the Kohinoor? What is the Hindi word for elephant? Which Indian province has been trading spices for over 3000 years? What does the ‘mahatma’ in ‘Mahatma Ghandi’ mean? Which ancient Indian civilization was greater than those of Egypt and Mesopotamia? Learn this and much, much more with these 100 question and answer cards! Easily printed in black and white, this simple card game makes an excellent addition to any study of India. Geographical, colloquial, historical, political and cultural facts and figures about the world’s most populous democracy are assembled here. Also included are images (colour and black and white) to decorate the backs of your cards, and a label for an envelope in which to store them. Time to travel (in your armchair) to Bharat (India)!

By canadianwinter

Year 2 non-fiction comprehension bundle - Asia (India, China, Japan)

Year 2 non-fiction comprehension bundle - Asia (India, China, Japan)

A collection of non-fiction comprehension activities for year 2 about Asian countries. Each booklet comes in 3 differentiated levels. They are all based on the reading SATs paper, containing a similar style of questions. They are also laid out in the same way as a SATs booklet to provide the children with greater experience. These are the 3 different countries explored in the comprehensions: India China Japan PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price. Buy them each for £2.99 or all 3 for £3.99 in this bundle!

By blossomingminds

Refugee Week / Day Bundle - Two PowerPoint Presentations, Lesson Plan, Simulation Activity, Worksheets

Refugee Week / Day Bundle - Two PowerPoint Presentations, Lesson Plan, Simulation Activity, Worksheets

This bundle contains a variety of teaching and learning resources on refugees and asylum seekers. It is an ideal resource for Refugee Week which takes place from 19th to 25th June in 2017 and Refugee Day which is held on 20th June each year. The contents include Lesson / Assembly PowerPoint Presentation A fully editable and informative PowerPoint lesson/assembly presentation on Refugee Week / Refugee Day, with a focus on the Syrian War and refugees. The PowerPoint contains hyperlinks to a video about the Syrian War and a poignant video and poem recital by a teenage asylum seeker. Simulation Activity Pack and Worksheets This activity pack contains an editable lesson plan. The simulation activity is in the form of a PowerPoint and there are follow-up activities that include questions for discussion and three evaluation and review worksheets. The simulation has 8 scenarios. Groups of pupils are required to make decisions/take actions. Some of the scenarios are accompanied by a timer with dramatic music playing to simulate the confusion in which refugees have to make quick decisions. Sample Scenarios include Scenario 1 - War has broken out. The group have to leave home and are required to choose 6 items to take with them. Scenario 4 - The truck runs out of fuel and the group have to walk. To make the journey easier everyone has to take the heaviest item out of their bag to make it lighter. Scenario 7 – The man with the boat wants paying. The group must give any money they have to him. If they have no money they have to give him their most valuable item. Refugees Are Human beings PowerPoint Slide Show With Music A powerful and poignant slideshow, accompanied by music, about asylum seekers and refugees. A picture speaks a thousand words and these images certainly do that. This resource could be used in a variety of ways –for an assembly, to stimulate discussion and creative writing. The slides could be printed off and used for display. Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide

By Krazikas

Asylum Seeker / Refugees Simulation Activity Pack - 8 Scenarios, Lesson, Powerpoint, Worksheets

Asylum Seeker / Refugees Simulation Activity Pack - 8 Scenarios, Lesson, Powerpoint, Worksheets

This resource contains an asylum seeker/refugee simulation activity pack. It is an ideal resource for Refugee Week (19th – 25th June 2017) and Refugee Day (20th June). Contents include 1. Editable Lesson Plan 2. Simulation Activity This is in the form of a PowerPoint. There are 8 scenarios. Pupils are divided into groups and are required to make decisions/take actions. Some of the scenarios are accompanied by a timer with dramatic music playing to simulate the confusion in which refugees have to make quick decisions. Sample Scenarios Scenario 1 - War has broken out. The group have to leave home. They are required to choose 6 items to take with them. Scenario 2 - A pick-up truck arrives to take the group to a boat on the coast. The driver speeds away as fast as he can. He hits a speed bump and one of the group’s bags falls off the back of the truck. Scenario 4 - The truck continues its journey towards the coast. The truck runs out of fuel and the group have to walk. To make the journey easier everyone has to take the heaviest item out of their bag to make it lighter. Scenario 6 – The group reach the coast. There is a small boat waiting. However, the boat can only take four people. Scenario 7 – The man with the boat wants paying. The group must give any money they have to him. If they have no money they have to give him their most valuable item. 3. Follow-Up Activities and 3 Worksheets You may also be interested in Refugee Week / Day – 85 Slide Lesson / Assembly PowerPoint Presentation This resource contains a fully editable and informative PowerPoint lesson/assembly presentation on Refugee Week / Refugee Day, with particular emphasis on the Syrian War and refugees. The PowerPoint also contains hyperlinks to a video that explains about the Syrian War and Refugee crisis and a poignant video and poem recital by a teenage asylum seeker. For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this 'must have' step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide

By Krazikas

Year 2 Comprehension - non-fiction - India

Year 2 Comprehension - non-fiction - India

This resource is a non-fiction comprehension activity for year 2. It is all about India and covers key facts, Indian landmarks, food and festivals. It is based on the KS1 SATs reading paper and includes 3 differentiated levels. There are a range of 'what,' 'when' and 'who' questions, some multiple choice tick questions and some that require more detailed answers. The activity is laid out in a similar way to the SATs booklets, with four pages of pictures and short written extracts to read and 2-3 questions per page. Answers are included. PDF file format and editable Microsoft file format included in price.

By blossomingminds

Schools around the world

Schools around the world

This 40 page resource introduces some of the similarities and differences in schools and education around the world. I'm sure your students will enjoy looking at this resource and talking about the pictures and discussion questions. Use this PDF presentation in class, as a print-out or on the computer or smartboard. The purpose of the resource is to help your students value their education and think about how much people, schools and education differ around the world. A useful resource for students of all ages!

By cassieborodenko

Taj Mahal - India Topic KS1

Taj Mahal - India Topic KS1

A sequence of 3 lessons based on the Taj Mahal. Lesson 1: Learning about the Taj Mahal and completing a fact file. Lesson 2: Designing and labelling a palace Lesson 3: Learning about Brendan Jamison (a British sculptor) and creating a model using sugar cubes. PPT and fact file templates included.

By mellinl

Spring Spirituality Pack

Spring Spirituality Pack

A nice little bundle of resources for spirituality (SMSC). Perfect for any teacher or form tutor to introduce a more spiritual focus to their teaching.

By godwin86