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Geography KS2 Cocoa bean matching activity

Geography KS2 Cocoa bean matching activity

Great starter activity all about cocoa beans. Cut up the boxes and get the children to match the sentence. Differentiated so LA can match a blue box with a yellow box or HA need to match the sentences that are in one colour.
julfa786
The Earth's Environment - Australia and Japan

The Earth's Environment - Australia and Japan

The Earth's Environment - Australia and Japan - Stage 2 - Year 4 Description of Unit of Work. Students explore the climate, natural vegetation and native animals of places in Australia and Asia. They examine the importance of natural vegetation and natural resources to the environment, animals and people and learn about the ways people value environments. Outcomes: Students *examine features and characteristics of places and environments GE2-1 *describe the ways people, places and environments interact GE2-2 Differentiation: The learning will be differentiated throughout by the use of cooperative groups, the variety of tasks and their geographical skill development.
kharris83
Biomes and Ecosystems

Biomes and Ecosystems

Full unit of work for Biomes and Ecosystems. This unit of 16 lessons explores the general pattern and characteristics of biomes and ecosystems globally and then looks at tropical rainforests, polar regions and taiga's in detail. All lesson are suitable for 50 minutes to 1 hour of teaching time. Includes supporting worksheets for lessons - no additional resources are required. Most suitable for KS3, and perfect for preparing pupils for the new 1-9 GCSE modules. All lessons have a starter and lesson aim. All PowerPoints in the same signature style. For more resources visit thisisgeography.co.uk Lesson sequence: 1 - What is an ecosystem? 2 - How are global ecosystems distributed? 3 - What are tropical rainforests? 4 - Can we protect the rainforests? 5 - What is the human impact on tropical rainforests? 6 - Can we sustainably manage tropical rainforests? 7 - Where are the polar regions? 8 - What is Svalbard? 9 - Can Svalbard overcome its development challenges? 10 - What threats do cold environments face? 11 - How can cold environments be managed? 12 - What is a taiga like? 13 - What direct threats do taiga’s face? 14 - Why are taiga’s under pressure? 15 - How can we conserve the taiga wilderness? 16 - Can we balance the economy and environment in taiga’s?
thisisgeography
Bundle on Climate unit - Lesson/Worksheets/Activity/Posters8.99

Bundle on Climate unit - Lesson/Worksheets/Activity/Posters8.99

Discounted Science Bundle!!!!!! (All of the below material that I am including in this Bundled Unit Download are sold separately on my TpT store. Below is the complete list of what you are going to receive in a bundle with the description. You can also click on the link given at last on this page to buy individual resource or unit.) This bundle is for students of grades 4 to 10 contains THREE Climate based environment units as a part of “CLIMATE UNIT”(Climate : Introduction - Climate Zones - Factors affecting Climate/Climate Zones colorful Posters for classroom/Climate Scavenger Hunt- An activity) for a discounted price! It will help you to save total of 4 pound !!!!! This unit in the form of PDF file includes engaging, colorful, informative, visually stimulating and eye-catching photos and diagrams as per the topic need which rarely fails to stimulate a lively class discussion. The use of neat and eye catching colorful images with understanding will create deep interest among students to learn about everything on CLIMATE on a quick way. This bundle contains the main THREE following Climate units on : 1.Climate: This PDF file presentation is mainly focused on unit of Climate, its classification as well as the major factors affecting the climate. The unit includes the following things: Introduction to climate Climatic Zones Climate zone classification What factors do affect climate? At the end of the whole unit 16 worksheets are given to assess or do the review for the students. The students will really enjoy the exercises and will help them to decide how much they have understood. 2. Climate Zone colourful Posters: This is a great review tool for the climate unit in the form of POSTERS. This is a collection of 4 classroom posters based on my climate unit which displays climate zones pictures and their characteristics. You can use these posters for a bulletin board, writing center, or science center. It includes the following various climate zones with its characteristics; Types: Desert Temperate forest Dry grassland Tropical grassland Tropical rainforest Mediterranean Boreal forest Polar and tundra 3.Climate Scavenger Hunt This scavenger hunt introduces to students an information and basics about the Climate, its various zones and factors affecting the climate. There are 24 scavenger hunt cards with colorful pictures. It’s a great tool for to review vocabulary on Climate. Preview images may have reduced picture quality due to jpeg file. But original .pdf file contains clear images. How to Use: 1. Print the given all 24 cards on a card stock or any other good paper and cut them along the black line. 2. Get the print of Climate Scavenger Hunt questions pages and each student should be given this copy. 3. Place Climate Scavenger Hunt cards around the classroom. For example you can place it on chair, on table, on benches, behind the classroom doors, besides the computer or wherever you like. 4. Students have to search the cards in a classroom in order to find out the answers of the questions. Students can complete this exercise in a group with classmate or alone. You will find lots more in my store, including math, science, ELA, activities/craftivity, special education, interactive activities, and more!
ilaxippatel
KS2 Weather - Spelling - Board Game

KS2 Weather - Spelling - Board Game

Be the first to cross the finish line in this hugely exciting board game, that tests the students spelling accuracy on words associated with their study of the WEATHER Great opportunity to enhance themed vocabulary building Enlarge A4 to A3 playing board Large 63cm x 82cm poster of cover image (needs assembling), to use as an exciting wall display 16 starter words: cloudy, hurricane, tornado, drizzle.... Make your scheme of work really stand out with this lively resource A blank template to create your own word bank cards and print out to be included in the game Dazzling certificate for winners Something for everyone
pjmcc2
Asia: Physical and Human Geography (People and Places)

Asia: Physical and Human Geography (People and Places)

This interesting and highly-stimulating lesson enables students to describe and understand the key aspects of physical geography (e.g. climates, vegetation belts, flora, fauna, mountains, and rivers) and human geography (e.g. types of settlement, populations, use of resources, and trade) in the vast and varied continent of Asia. Whilst gaining a wide range of knowledge about the content, students also become familiar with a wide range of vocabulary pertinent to the geography curriculum. The lesson follows a clear, logical, bite-size learning journey, which guides students towards relevant and constructive learning objectives. Over the course of this journey, they become able to: - Identify Asia on a map, and identify the countries and regions within Asia; - Understand key information about the physical and human geography of the content, through a fun, interactive quiz; - Retrieve, share, and describe their understanding of the physical and human geography of specific locations in Asia (Dubai, Yala National Park, Gobi Desert, and Tokyo) through a jigsaw model task; - Complete a case study of the physical and human geography of their own place in Asia, and describe their findings to others; -Peer assess each other's descriptions using the learning objectives. This resource pack includes: - A visually engaging whole-lesson PowerPoint presentation; - Key case-study information sheets on Dubai, the Gobi Desert, Yala National Park and Tokyo; - A blank case study template; - A detailed lesson plan, complete with what the teacher and students should aim to achieve at each stage of the lesson. All images are licensed for commercial use, and are cited on the final slide of the PowerPoint. Note: The final task works best with access to ICT/internet resources.
TandLGuru
Extreme Weather 3.2: Hurricanes, Typhoons, Cyclones & Mid Latitude Storms (KS3)

Extreme Weather 3.2: Hurricanes, Typhoons, Cyclones & Mid Latitude Storms (KS3)

This is a full 1 hour KS3 lesson that investigates Hurricanes/Typhoons and Mid-latitude storms with KS3 students. The lesson is part of a unit on Extreme Weather, though it could easily be adapted to other place based examples or a general lesson on weather. Learning Outcome 1 - 'I understand where 2 of the world’s most damaging weather hazards occur and will begin understand why this is.' In the lesson we look at: -Differences between tropical storms and mid-latitude storms. -The distribution of tropical and mid-latitude storms. -Global atmospheric circulation (including a cut out and colour diagram). -Why seasons happen. -An interactive plenary. The lesson is designed to be visually appealing, with 'to the point' content that's easy to pick up and run with at short notice. Ease of use is my aim, so the lesson includes a compact presentation with instructions and guidance in the notes section below each slide, it also includes fully referenced handouts with printing instructions and is of course, proof read. Please help me out and leave a review if you like my resources, they take a lot of time and effort to produce! :) Happy teaching!
HotForest
The Environment. Hurricane Matthew. Facts and Worksheet

The Environment. Hurricane Matthew. Facts and Worksheet

This resource provides student friendly facts relating to Hurricane Matthew. Also included is an associated worksheet which challenges students to find information in the factsheets. The worksheet also provides students with an opportunity to develop their knowledge further through independent or teacher led investigation. In addition, this resource encourages engagement by linking to current events. Please don't forget to leave feedback.
Out-Of-The-Box-US