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Working Scientifically with Crayons for Years 3 & 4 - STEAM Unit

Working Scientifically with Crayons for Years 3 & 4 - STEAM Unit

Including curriculum from Lower Key Stage 2, this pack has children participate in different Design and Technology activities with working Scientifically related to designing, making and evaluating their own crayons. A link to a digital file for editing and sharing on Google Classroom or Seesaw is available with purchase.
erinbrasington
Working Scientifically with Crayons for Years 1 & 2 - STEAM Unit

Working Scientifically with Crayons for Years 1 & 2 - STEAM Unit

Including curriculum from Key Stage 1, this pack has children participate in different Design and Technology activities with working Scientifically related to designing, making and evaluating their own crayons. A link to a digital file for editing and sharing on Google Classroom or Seesaw is available with download.
erinbrasington
Space travel problems and difficulties, gravity, temperature, oxygen, cosmic radiation. Full lesson.

Space travel problems and difficulties, gravity, temperature, oxygen, cosmic radiation. Full lesson.

Complete lesson looking at the difficulties associated with space travel, how they can be overcome and NASA's project to launch a manned mission to mars. This 18 slide lesson contains: theory, questions, answers, paired work, gap fill, carefully selected video, literacy, high quality images throughout etc. Good lesson and great value for money. Objectives: 1) To understand some of the problems with putting people into space. 2) Explain how these problems can be overcome. 3) Form your own opinion on whether it is worth sending people to mars. PLEASE NOTE: The preview images are poor (this is an issue with the tes preview creator software) but the PowerPoint images themselves are all good. Best wishes, Jack Wiseman
jackwiseman1984
Making rockets - student experiment, balloon rockets, engineering process, design, build, test. Fun.

Making rockets - student experiment, balloon rockets, engineering process, design, build, test. Fun.

Complete lesson guiding the children in your class to work in teams to design, build, test and improve their own rocket in the classroom (no need to go outside). Fun and engaging lesson can be used at any time during the year but would also be great fun at the end of term, or end of half term, or the end of year, or even at Christmas. Suitable for a wide age range from 6 to 16 years. Complete, ready to use. Great lesson and fantastic value at this price ! Have fun and learn... :-) PLEASE NOTE: As usual the tes preview images are a mess - this is something to do with the preview maker they use, the real PowerPoint is perfect. Thanks for reading. KEY SEARCH WORDS Rockets, model rocket, build a rocket, make a rocket, straw rocket, balloon rocket, Christmas, Xmas, Easter, holiday, holiday fun, half term, half term, fun lesson, FUN lesson, Fun lesson, NASA, space, moon, going to the moon, space shuttle, Christmas activities, Noel, Santa, Santa Clause, Navidad, father Christmas, Physics, forces, motion, energy.
jackwiseman1984
Blue Planet 2, Episode 3 Coral Reefs - Activity Book and Answer Sheets

Blue Planet 2, Episode 3 Coral Reefs - Activity Book and Answer Sheets

The pack includes three engaging activities to be used while and after watching the incredible Blue Planet episode. There are 20 comprehension questions, an animal matching task, and a vocabulary learning exercise. The answer sheets are also provided. The worksheet is in open MS Word format so can be edited by you if required. It makes an excellent addition to any science or English curriculum.
Hendo84
ANIMAL RESEARCH BUNDLE 1

ANIMAL RESEARCH BUNDLE 1

ANIMAL RESEARCH: ANIMAL REPORTS: INFORMATIONAL/INFORMATIVE WRITING: Desert Animals: Ocean Animals: Polar Animals: Rainforest Animals: Wetland Animals: Reptiles and Amphibians: Australian Animals: Endangered Animals: Rainforest Animals : Wetland Animals ******************************************** This mega Animal Research Bundle features flipbook-style Informational Reports on animals in six major habitats and on Endangered animals. Bonus pack on Australian Animals also included. These flipbooks scaffold the structural components of an Information Report at each stage of the writing process. This resource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook. ******************************************** WHAT’S INCLUDED FOR EACH PACK: Flipbook templates, checklists (x2), marking rubrics (x4), Writing Sheets (x4) styles for: Each Flipbook Animal Pack comprises of: ✓ Flipbook templates (1-7) in blackline ✓ Self-editing checklist ✓ Peer-editing checklist ✓ Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats ✓ Writing sheets x 4 styles PARTS OF EACH FLIPBOOK ANIMAL PACK COVER : 14 - 21 cover options featuring animals specific to a habitat. Students can pick the cover depending on what animal is under study. ⇒ 1. INTRODUCTION: weight, length, family, and group of animal. Students may also write a brief description. ⇒ 2. HABITAT x 2: location in the world. A world map is included to mark the location. ⇒ 3. DIET: food the animal eats to survive. There is place for illustration. ⇒ 4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits. ⇒ 5. BEHAVIOUR: the physical and behavioural adaptations that enable the animal to survive in its environment. ⇒ 6. INTERESTING FACTS: any other amazing facts about the animal that would sum up the Information report. ******************************************** How to assemble: You can choose either of the three options. → Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students colour in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook. → Print out the templates on cardstock (different colours). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top. ** Have students refer to books, websites, and videos on the specific animal to record information. Suggested use: Have students collect information in their flipbook on the animal under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behaviour can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Information Report.
Fortheloveofkids3
ANIMAL REPORT: WETLAND ANIMALS: INFORMATIVE WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

ANIMAL REPORT: WETLAND ANIMALS: INFORMATIVE WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

Use these flipbooks to scaffold the writing of Information Reports on wetland animals. This resource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook. What’s Included: Flipbook templates (1-7) in blackline to print. Self-editing checklist Peer-editing checklist Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats Writing sheets x 4 styles PARTS OF THE FLIPBOOK COVER: 14 cover options featuring wetland animals. Students can pick the Cover depending on what wetland animal is under study. One blank cover included so students can illustrate. The following wetland animals are featured: Alligator, Beaver, Blue Heron, Bullfrog, Crayfish, Dragonfly, Duck (x2), Garter Snake, Marsh Fly, Muskrat, Otter, Pond Snail, Snapping Turtle, Trout 1. INTRODUCTION: weight, length, family, and group of wetland animal. Students may also write a brief description. 2. HABITAT x 2: location in the world. A world map is included to mark the location. 3. DIET: food the wetland animal eats to survive. There is place for illustration. 4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits. 5. behaviour: the physical and behavioural adaptations that enable the wetland animal to survive in its environment. 6. INTERESTING FACTS: any other amazing facts about the wetland animal that would sum up the Information Report. How to assemble: You can choose either of the three options. Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students colour in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook. Print out the templates on cardstock (different colours). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top. ** Have students refer to books, websites, and videos on the specific wetland animal to record information. Suggested use: Have students collect information in their flipbook on the wetland animal under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behaviour can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Information Report. ** These Wetland Animal flipbooks are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.
Fortheloveofkids3
ANIMAL REPORT: REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS: INFORMATIVE WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

ANIMAL REPORT: REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS: INFORMATIVE WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

Use this editable flipbook to scaffold the writing of Information Reports on reptiles and amphibians. This resource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook. What’s Included: Flipbook templates in blackline to print. Self-editing checklist Peer-editing checklist Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats 32 Vocabulary Display Cards Writing sheets x 4 styles PARTS OF THE FLIPBOOK COVER: 18 cover options featuring reptiles and amphibians. Students can pick the cover depending on what subject (reptile or amphibian) is under study. The following reptiles and amphibians are featured: Frog (x2 types), toad, crocodile, alligator, newt, salamander (x 2 types), lizard, snake (x3 types), Chameleon (x2 types), gekko/gecko, tortoise, turtle 1. INTRODUCTION: weight, length, family, and group of animal. Students may also write a brief description. 2. HABITAT x 2: location in the world. A world map is included to mark the location. 3. DIET: food the animal eats to survive. There is place for illustration. 4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits. 5. behaviour: the physical and behavioural adaptations that enable the animal to survive in its environment. INTERESTING FACTS: any other interesting facts about the animal that would sum up the information report. How to assemble: You can choose either of the three options. Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students colour in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook. Print out the templates on cardstock (different colours). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top. Suggested use: Have students collect information in their flipbook on the reptile or amphibian animal under study. This could also serve as their draft Where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behaviour can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Information Report. ** These Reptile and Amphibian flipbooks are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.
Fortheloveofkids3
ANIMAL REPORT: RAINFOREST ANIMALS: INFORMATIVE WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

ANIMAL REPORT: RAINFOREST ANIMALS: INFORMATIVE WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

Use these flipbooks to scaffold the writing of Information Reports on Rainforest animals. This esource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook. What’s Included: Flipbook templates (1-7) in blackline to print. Self-editing checklist Peer-editing checklist Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats Writing sheets x 4 styles PARTS OF THE FLIPBOOK COVER: 20 cover options featuring rainforest animals. Students can pick the Cover depending on what rainforest animal is under study. One blank cover included so students can illustrate. The following rainforest animals are featured: Anteater, Blue Morpho Butterfly, Capybara, Cara Ibis, Chameleon, Humming Bird, Jaguar, Leaf Cutter, Monkey, Panther, Parrot, Piranha, Rhinoceros Beetle, Sloth, Tapir, Tarsier, Tiger, Toucan, Tree Boa, Tree Frog 1. INTRODUCTION: weight, length, family, and group of rainforest animal. Students may also write a brief description. 2. HABITAT x 2: location in the world. A world map is included to mark the location. 3. DIET: food the rainforest animal eats to survive. There is place for illustration. 4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits. 5. behaviour: the physical and behavioural adaptations that enable the rainforest animal to survive in its environment. 6. INTERESTING FACTS: any other amazing facts about the rainforest animal that would sum up the Information Report. How to assemble: You can choose either of the three options. Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students colour in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook. Print out the templates on cardstock (different colours). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top. ** Have students refer to books, websites, and videos on the specific rainforest animal to record information. Suggested use: Have students collect information in their flipbook on the rainforest animal under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behaviour can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Information Report. ** These Rainforest Animal flipbooks are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.
Fortheloveofkids3
ANIMAL REPORT: POLAR ANIMALS: INFORMATIVE WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

ANIMAL REPORT: POLAR ANIMALS: INFORMATIVE WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

Use these flipbooks to scaffold the writing of Information Reports on polar animals. This resource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook. What’s Included: Flipbook templates (1-7) in blackline to print. Self-editing checklist Peer-editing checklist Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats Writing sheets x 4 styles PARTS OF THE FLIPBOOK COVER: 15 cover options featuring polar animals. Students can pick the cover depending on what polar animal is under study. One blank cover included so students can illustrate. The following polar animals are featured: Arctic Fox, Arctic Hare, Arctic Wolf, Beluga Whale, Dall Sheep, Moose, Narwhal, Orca Whale, Ox, Polar Bear, Puffin, Reindeer, Seal, Snowy Owl, Walrus 1. INTRODUCTION: weight, length, family, and group of polar animal. Students may also write a brief description. 2. HABITAT x 2: location in the world. A world map is included to mark the location. 3. DIET: food the polar animal eats to survive. There is place for illustration. 4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits. 5. behaviour: the physical and behavioural adaptations that enable the polar animal to survive in its environment. 6. INTERESTING FACTS: any other amazing facts about the polar animal that would sum up the Informational Report. How to assemble: You can choose either of the three options. Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students colour in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook. Print out the templates on cardstock (different colours). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top. ** Have students refer to books, websites, and videos on the specific polar animal to record information. Suggested use: Have students collect information in their flipbook on the polar animal under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behaviour can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Information Report. ** These Polar Animal flipbooks are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.
Fortheloveofkids3
ANIMAL REPORT: OCEAN ANIMALS: INFORMATIVE REPORT WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

ANIMAL REPORT: OCEAN ANIMALS: INFORMATIVE REPORT WRITING: RESEARCH TEMPLATES

Use these flipbooks to scaffold the writing of Informational Reports on ocean animals. This resource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook. What’s Included: Flipbook templates (1-7) in blackline to print. Self-editing checklist Peer-editing checklist Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats Writing sheets x 4 styles PARTS OF THE FLIPBOOK COVER: 20 cover options featuring ocean animals. Students can pick the cover depending on what ocean animal is under study. One blank cover included so students can illustrate. The following ocean animals are featured: clam, clownfish, crab, dolphin, eel, hermit crab, humpback whale, jellyfish, lobster, manatee, marlin, octopus, pufferfish, sand dollar, sea turtle, seahorse, shark, squid, starfish, stingray. 1. INTRODUCTION: weight, length, family, and group of ocean animal. Students may also write a brief description. 2. HABITAT x 2: location in the world. A world map is included to mark the location. 3. DIET: food the ocean animal eats to survive. There is place for illustration. 4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits. 5. behaviour: the physical and behavioural adaptations that enable the ocean animal to survive in its environment. 6. INTERESTING FACTS: any other interesting facts about the ocean animal that would sum up the information report. How to assemble: You can choose either of the three options. Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students colour in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook. Print out the templates on cardstock (different colours). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top. ** Have students refer to books, websites, and videos on the specific ocean animal to record information. Suggested use: Have students collect information in their flipbook on the ocean animal under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behaviour can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Information Report. ** These Ocean Animal flipbooks are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.
Fortheloveofkids3
ICE AGE ANIMALS: INFORMATIONAL REPORT

ICE AGE ANIMALS: INFORMATIONAL REPORT

Use these flipbooks to scaffold the writing of Information Reports on Ice Age animals. This resource can be used as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook. What’s Included: Flipbook templates (1-7) in blackline to print. Self-editing checklist Peer-editing checklist Teacher Marking Rubric x 4 formats Writing sheets x 4 styles PARTS OF THE FLIPBOOK 12 cover options featuring Ice Age animals. Students can pick the cover depending on what Ice Age animal is under study. One blank cover included so students can illustrate. The following Ice Age animals are featured: Bison, Camel, Cave Bear, Dire Wolf, Giant Beaver, Giant Sloth, Glyptodont, Mammoth, Merriam's Teratorn, Sabre Tooth Tiger, Woolly Mammoth, Woolly Rhino. TEMPLATES (1– 7) 1. INTRODUCTION: weight, length, family, and group of Ice Age animal. Students may also write a brief description. 2. HABITAT x 2: location in the world. A world map is included to mark the location. 3. DIET: food the Ice Age animal ate to survive. There is place for illustration. 4. LIFE CYCLE: the breeding seasons and habits. 5. BEHAVIOUR: the physical and behavioural adaptations that enabled the Ice Age animal to survive in its environment. 6. INTERESTING FACTS: any other amazing facts about the Ice Age animal that would sum up the Informational Report. How to assemble: You can choose either of the three options. Print out the templates in blackline. Cut around each template and assemble from smallest template to largest template. Have students colour in cover page. Staple at top tab for flipbook or glue descending order in notebook. Print out the templates on cardstock (different colours). Cut around each template and assemble. Attach at top. ** Have students refer to books, websites, and videos on the specific Ice Age animal to record information. *** Information on many Ice Age animals may be found here: http://a-z-animals.com/animals/ Suggested use: Have students collect information in their flipbook on the Ice Age animal under study. This could also serve as their draft where they could use the self-editing and peer-editing checklists to edit. Finally have students publish on given writing sheets or type out content from draft observing corrections. The sections pertaining to habitat, diet, life-cycle, and behaviour can make-up the Body of the Report and 1-2 interesting facts to conclude the Informational Report. ** These Ice Age Animal flipbooks are sure to make an interesting bulletin board display.
Fortheloveofkids3