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Adventures with Dippy - Dorset: Jurassic forest

Adventures with Dippy - Dorset: Jurassic forest

**Objective: **Use imagination and creative skills to recreate lost worlds. Learning outcomes Children will: learn the names of more than two living things in their local and wider environment (Science: The world around us) be able to identify and describe the functions of different parts of flowering plants (Science) understand the life cycle of flowering plants (Science) be able to describe the life processes of reproduction in some plants (Science) apply multiplication (Mathematics) The resources are designed to complement Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure. There are eight episodes, all relating to the stops on Dippy’s journey. Each considers a different theme with clear links to the national curriculum for 7- to 11-year-olds across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The resources can be used individually and in any order. Each challenge begins with a postcard from an expert scientist, curator or researcher. At the end of each episode pupils can email their findings to Dippy’s team, and will receive a reply. From early 2018 to late 2020 the Natural History Museum’s iconic Diplodocus cast, Dippy, is on a Natural History Adventure across the UK. Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure is an exploration of the UK’s natural history past, present and future. Dippy is a catalyst for exploring different aspects of the natural world along the eight-stop tour to museums and cultural hubs. The Natural History Museum exists to inspire a love of the natural world and unlock answers to the big issues facing humanity and the planet. More than five million people visit the sites in South Kensington and Tring every year, and the website receives over 500,000 unique visitors a month. It is a world-leading science research centre, and through its unique collection and unrivalled expertise it is tackling issues such as food security, eradicating diseases and managing resource scarcity. Dippy on Tour is brought to you by the Natural History Museum in partnership with the Garfield Weston Foundation, and supported by DELL EMC and Williams and Hill.
NHM_London
Adventures with Dippy - Overview of the Dippy on Tour resources for 7-11s

Adventures with Dippy - Overview of the Dippy on Tour resources for 7-11s

Aimed at children aged 7-11, our lesson outlines and learning resources will take children on a natural history adventure with Dippy, whether or not they visit him during his tour. There are eight episodes, all relating to the stops on Dippy’s journey. Each considers a different theme with clear links to the national curriculum for 7- to 11-year-olds across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The resources can be used individually and in any order. Each challenge begins with a postcard from an expert scientist, curator or researcher. At the end of each episode pupils can email their findings to Dippy’s team, and will receive a reply. From early 2018 to late 2020 the Natural History Museum’s iconic Diplodocus cast, Dippy, is on a Natural History Adventure across the UK. Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure is an exploration of the UK’s natural history past, present and future. Dippy is a catalyst for exploring different aspects of the natural world along the eight-stop tour to museums and cultural hubs. The Natural History Museum exists to inspire a love of the natural world and unlock answers to the big issues facing humanity and the planet. More than five million people visit the sites in South Kensington and Tring every year, and the website receives over 500,000 unique visitors a month. It is a world-leading science research centre, and through its unique collection and unrivalled expertise it is tackling issues such as food security, eradicating diseases and managing resource scarcity. Dippy on Tour is brought to you by the Natural History Museum in partnership with the Garfield Weston Foundation, and supported by DELL EMC and Williams and Hill.
NHM_London
Basic Division Facts Evaluations

Basic Division Facts Evaluations

Are your students working on their mastery of basic division facts? Are you looking for a low prep, printer friendly, very quick set of evaluations for your students? I’ve got you covered! These low prep, printer friendly division evaluations are the perfect way to assess your students’ mastery of their basic division facts. Designed with fun in mind, each page has 1 math related joke as well as whimsy artwork to make these evaluations feel like fun for your students to complete! This unit includes the following items to use in your classroom: 1 page division evaluations for numbers 1-10 Horizontal equations 4 pages of mixed evaluations Answer key for the jokes on each page. Should you have any questions or comments about this product, feel free to email me at Have a great day!
missmonica1
Maths - Year 1

Maths - Year 1

A variety of maths activities to support teaching of various maths topics. Used in a year 1 class. All resources can easily be edited and are presented as word docs as well as pdf. Bundle includes: -2D Shapes - Addition & Subtraction Sums - Capacity - Temperature - Coordinates & positional language - Counting in 2s - Doubling & Halving - Measuring Length & Weight - Money (coin recognition, adding & calculating change) - Numbers as words - Odd & Even Numbers - Symmetry Enjoy all of these resources at over 50% discounted price!
DosbarthJJ
Huge Gingerbread Man Resources and Activities

Huge Gingerbread Man Resources and Activities

30 pages of fun … To support the topic of the Gingerbread Man! My class adore this story, so I created Gingerbread Man themed resources for them to use to support my teaching and their learning. In this pack you will find… Gingerbread Man speech bubbles to encourage creative writing (2 versions included). Lined paper with a Gingerbread Man border for children to write on (my class wrote their own versions of the story!). Numbers on Gingerbread Men (I use these as flash cards, ask the children to place them into number order, daily interventions, etc). Cut and stick the gingerbread men into number order activity sheet (two versions: numbers 1-10 and numbers 11-20). Design your own Gingerbread Man sheet. Lovely Gingerbread Man themed bunting to decorate your classroom (mine is in my role play area and my writing area!). Pre writing trace the Gingerbread Man’s tracks sheet to develop fine motor skills, pencil grip and control. Number lines (two versions: numbers 1-10 and numbers 1-20). 56 Gingerbread men addition cards (completely differentiated to target a range of mathematical abilities from addition with numbers under 5 to addition with numbers over 20). I hope your class enjoy these resources as much as mine did! The Teacher Traveller
Kayleighm89
Doubling and Halving

Doubling and Halving

Activities to support teaching of doubling and halving. Used in a year 1 class, but can easily be adapted for younger & older children.
DosbarthJJ
Ultimate Resource Bundle

Ultimate Resource Bundle

Contains all the documents for sale in my shop! From Key stage 3 to AL!!!! Chemistry! Mathematics! Physics! Religious Studies! Geography! Psychology!!!!
dukulajayasinghe1
Maths - KS2 SATS Practice Exam Questions

Maths - KS2 SATS Practice Exam Questions

150 mixed word questions for Key Stage 2 SATS. All answers are included. There are 10 worksheets, each with 15 questions per worksheet. There is a front sheet for recording scores out of 15 for each worksheet/test. The questions are mixed and include fractions, decimals, percentages, money, measurements, conversions, adding, subtracting, shapes, multiplying and dividing. Units are in UK pounds and pence and metric measurements. Worksheets can be used as a pack of 150 questions or as individual worksheets. Non-calculator. Can be used as practise questions, tests or homework. Can also be use for key stage 3. The document is 16 pages in total. Keywords: exam questions, exam practice, year 6, SATS, questions, exam, practice, resource, exam preparation, worksheet, test, non- calculator, homework, key stage 2, KS2, primary, handout, UK, metric, mathematics, maths revision, math review.
Elsie99
Christmas Maths Activity Sheets

Christmas Maths Activity Sheets

Christmas tree themed maths! Christmas trees for children to add on baubles then ether subtract or add up the total amounts (we used small dot stickers, but children could paint/draw these on too!). Christmas trees for children to add on baubles then find one more one less of their chosen amount (we used small dot stickers, but children could paint/draw these on too!) Christmas tree counting - Children to count the total amount of baubles on the trees, then peg the correct numeral. Merry Christmas Everyone, The Teacher Traveller :)
Kayleighm89
Car Park Numbers

Car Park Numbers

Can you park in space number… Four? Eight? Ten? Can you park in a space which has a number one less than three? Can you park in the number spaces in order? The opportunities for this activity are endless as children use toy cars to park on given numbers, learning without actually knowing it - through play. Perfect for… Number recognition Number ordering One more, one less than a number Strengthening little fingers and fine motor skills Teacher assessment Intervention groups/target children Continuous provision This pack comes with two numbered car park mats (with numbers from 1 - 20), a handy prompt card for adults containing questions to challenge and extend children, a set of 20 number cards telling children which numbers to park their car on, and finally a record sheet for children to record the numbers that they have found. Happy driving! The Teacher Traveller.
Kayleighm89