Nutritionopoly, health and social care, child care, unit 6, level2, level 3, health, well being.

Nutritionopoly, health and social care, child care, unit 6, level2, level 3, health, well being.

NUTRITIONOPOLY! An interactive, engaging game inspired by monopoly, perfect for many Health and social care/ childcare units- ideal for Level 2, unit 6 but would also fit in well to level 3. BTEC, CCLD, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, CACHE, AQA, DEGREE, EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDIES and more. The hearts can be printed out numerous times and the property cards are to be printed out twice- once for each player to keep hold of if they buy a property and printed out together with the question card for each player to read out when it’s their turn. Nutrition Child Nutrition Health Well being Game rules Aim of the game. Race your way around the Nutritionopoly board as your favourite character. Earn points by collecting Hearts, buying property and answering questions. The player with the highest score wins. Contents; Gameboard, 4 character pieces, 22 property cards, 22 question cards with a Learning Point on. Each player chooses a character and places on GO. Each player starts the game with 6 hearts- 5 at 1 point and 1 worth 5 points, totaling 10 points. On your go- roll the dice and move character forward, collecting any coins along the way but not the space where you start. When you land on or pass GO, collect 2 tokens each time. Properties- on your turn you can buy the property that you land on and charge rent for each person that lands on it. If you have a full set then charge double the rent. For each property you land on, find the corresponding question card and complete to either earn extra points or allow other players to. If you go to jail- either use your turns to roll a 6 before being released or pay 3 points to get out sooner
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Division

Division

Maths SMART Notebook – these resources have been designed to be engaging, detail, interesting for the children and easy to follow activity’s. These can be used during whole class teaching or for the children to access independently on the IWB. All our resources are editable (so easy to adapt for your classes) and provide lots of different examples to reinforce the learning objective. Objectives Understand the operation of division and the associated ?vocabulary. Use known number facts to carry out division mentally.
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The Chagga People

The Chagga People

The Chagga people have lived on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro for hundreds of years, they believe the mountain is holy and treat it with respect. However, since the area was given National Park status in 1970 there has been a sharp increase in hikers. These worksheets have the students imagining they run a local primary school, however the families struggle to afford the uniforms, shoes, books and lunches which result in many children not attending. Their task is to decide how best to use aid money to help try double attendance to the school.
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