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Chess Set Classroom Game Board

Chess Set Classroom Game Board

Imagine a game where the challenge and skirmish is governed based on experience and knowledge of the game without using luck as its driving source. Yes, a game played that is not determined by the roll of the dice, swiping up or down, or flipping a card. This game is called chess. Since before the 6th century AD, chess is considered to be one of the oldest games ever invented. Today your students probably think chess is old and boring, right. A game that has best left in the dark old days before PlayStation and Angry Birds? But wait! This chess set is like none other. This chess set is large-scaled, highly visual, and even glows in the dark. Each piece has its own light embedded which illuminates the entire game board in complete darken. This chess set will look great in your classroom! All you need to do is watch how your students flock towards it. In this package you will receive the templates for each chess piece even the board in which they lie. This is a great chess set to learn how to play the game and in style. Looking at each piece in detail, on their backside, you can see a brief description of how it moves as well as an illustration. This is very helpful for new players. With the lights turned off, the instructions can also be read even more so. On the top of each piece shows a side view which makes it very helpful if you want to play looking down at the board. All you have to do is cut, laminate and hot glue a LED light to each piece and you are ready to go. This project is fun especially if you work with your students to build it. Assembling the game board is self-fulfilling and even therapeutic if you like DYI projects. The quality is amazing and you will never find a chess set that is so innovative and unique!
Taylaj42
HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE REVISION!!

HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE REVISION!!

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE REVISION!! All on one page and clear to follow. Has functions of what food groups do, benefits of a healthy diet and what the guidelines for a healthy diet is. ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
Shannon4569
Danger! Water Safety

Danger! Water Safety

A collection of photos that I shall put together over time on the theme of water safety. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277
Y2 Science: Everyday Materials Bundle

Y2 Science: Everyday Materials Bundle

A collection of resources suitable for year 2 science topics about everyday materials. Please leave me a review and I will send you any other resource of your choice for free (contact me: office@oceansproject.com). Check out my other resources at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/sarah277 Let me know if you have any resource requests and I will tailor make a resource for you.
sarah277
FUN FITNESS bundle - x3 workbooklets HEALTH & WELL-BEING, BODY PARTS & FUNCTIONS, CAREERS & OPTIONS

FUN FITNESS bundle - x3 workbooklets HEALTH & WELL-BEING, BODY PARTS & FUNCTIONS, CAREERS & OPTIONS

THREE fantastic units of work that focus on keeping safe in the modern world. (2) HEALTH & WELL-BEING is about taking care of ourselves everyday and being aware of how we can move around. (2) BODY PARTS & FUNCTIONS focuses on basic anatomy, functions, movement & spatial awareness. (3) CAREERS & OPTIONS helps students be aware of different options that reflect their interest in sport and recreation. Each workbooklet is filled with active, visual and practical tasks for primary or lower secondary and special education students and offers staff flexibility about who delivers the workbooklet and how many tasks are completed. With an easy-to-follow format, a non-specialist teacher or teacher aide can deliver this workbooklet with confidence, add ideas and many student will self-direct their learning. Each workbooklet also includes a Student Learning Checklist and Assessment for Learning Feedback sheets.
supportedlearning
Communication skills in the Workplace Bundle

Communication skills in the Workplace Bundle

This set of resources contains essential communications skills for all industries. Worksheets, activities and Powerpoint Presentations. Active Listening Assertive Communication Complaint Resolution Conflict Management Styles Customer Service Skills Worksheet Feedback model Giving verbal instructions Goal Setting H&S Values Time Management Teamwork
Resource_Creator
Goal setting Presentation / assembly / PowerPoint

Goal setting Presentation / assembly / PowerPoint

Goal setting PowerPoint that can be used in an assembly or as part of a target setting / goal setting lesson. Includes key information about the types of goals (long-term, medium-term and short-term), as well as outcome, performance and process goals. There is also a slide outlining how goals should be SMARTER. Can be used as part of a motivational assembly or as part of a revision topic. Includes an interesting story about how John Naber won an Olympic gold at the 1976 Olympics in swimming. In 1972 he was in the US squad but was only a 'domestique' for the heats, meaning he helped the team get to the final but didn't get a medal when the team won gold because he was dropped for Spitz who replaced him in the final. It outlines how breaking a task down into daily and weekly tasks can help to achieve long-term targets.
ShapePerformance
Workplace Essential Skills Bundle

Workplace Essential Skills Bundle

This covers essential skills to have and build on in the work environment. Assertive Communication Preparing an Elevator Speech Complaint Resolution methods Conflict Resolution Problem solving in relation to projects and workplace issues Customer Service Skills worksheet Email Communication Ethics and Workplace Dilemmas Giving and Receiving Feedback Goal Setting using SMART goals Health & Safety Identifying your Values individually and as a team Writing Standard Operating procedures (sops) Teamwork Microsoft Powerpoint
Resource_Creator
Reading About High-Interest Jobs {Bundle}

Reading About High-Interest Jobs {Bundle}

This bundle is packed with 120 low readability stories about fun and unique careers. The included comprehension exercises are designed to teach students to better understand what they read, to follow directions, and to increase their critical thinking. A variety of jobs are covered in the informative articles that start-off each exercise. The eight comprehension questions that follow each reading exercise work to boost comprehension skills. Reading Level 2-5 | Interest Level 4-12 120 Jobs Include: - President - Teacher - Judge - Florist - Veterinarian - DJ - Realtor - Pharmacist - and more!
RemediaPub
Reading About High-Interest Jobs (Reading Level 5)

Reading About High-Interest Jobs (Reading Level 5)

This unit is packed with 30 low readability stories about fun and unique careers. The included comprehension exercises are designed to teach students to better understand what they read, to follow directions, and to increase their critical thinking. A variety of jobs are covered in the informative articles that start-off each exercise. The eight comprehension questions that follow each reading exercise work to boost comprehension skills. Reading Level 5 | Interest Level 4-12 30 Jobs Include: - President - Electrician - Travel Agent - Camera Operator - Veterinanrian - DJ - Realtor - Detective - and more!
RemediaPub
Drawing and writing about a scattergraph - do the richest countries win more medals at the olympics?

Drawing and writing about a scattergraph - do the richest countries win more medals at the olympics?

This activity teaches students about the purpose of a scattergraph, teaches them how to create a scattergraph using excel and shows them how to describe and explain patters found. The topic is world sport and the question is whether the richest countries have the most sucessful teams at the Olympics. A lesson plan is included as the final powerpoint slide. A language support worksheet is provided for less able students or EAL learners. The excel document contains instructions for making the scattergraph.
aerynsun