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Meatless Mondays School Kit

Meatless Mondays School Kit

Meatless Mondays are a fun and easy way for green-conscious schools to reduce their carbon and water footprint, encourage healthy eating, and empower students to make informed food choices. This kit contains colourful and well laid out resources to help you launch a Meatless Mondays initiative in your school. KIT CONTAINS: poster, information sheet, 2-part activity sheets Canteen tips available on the ThinkKind website, search ‘Meatless Mondays’. Did you know it takes 2,393 litres of water to make just one hamburger, and 15,415 litres to make one steak? Animal agriculture requires a huge amount of land, food, energy, and water. The WorldWatch Institute estimates that a staggering 51 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions are caused by animal agriculture, and the United Nations has also urged everyone to eat less meat to combat global warming. For green conscious schools who invest a lot of time and effort into teaching students to use less electricity, walk to school instead of driving, and take shorter showers (all great initiatives), this information may come as a surprise. The impact that raising livestock has on the environment is not as widely known as other factors, such as transportation and burning fossil fuels. If your school is serious about treading lightly on the planet, teaching students about the importance of eating less meat is vital.
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Differentiation Differentiated Dinner Menus KS3 Science ( homework independent learning peer or self assessment )

Differentiation Differentiated Dinner Menus KS3 Science ( homework independent learning peer or self assessment )

Each work sheet has a set of tasks to provide students with an independent learning experience. Each topic falls under KS3 science and could be used for a whole overview lesson, a cover lesson or revision lesson. Students can peer or self assess themselves and teachers can mark too! Periodic Table Combustion Earth and Space Fluids Metals Plant Reproduction Unicellular Organisms Bacteria, Yeast Fungi Atoms, Elements and Compounds Cells, Tissues and Organs Respiration
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Science: Characteristics of Materials - Flashcards

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Flashcards

Dance and science work brilliantly together. These brightly designed flashcards showing different materials and the objects they make, can be used on the interactive whiteboard or printed and handed out in class. They support the lesson plans and unit overview for Characteristics of Materials unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
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Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 5 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 5 of 5

Transparent, translucent and opaque. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at what materials are transparent, translucent and opaque. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance focusing on building a strong dance vocabulary and refining compositional and performance skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
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Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 4 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 4 of 5

Absorbency. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at what materials are absorbent and why some materials are more absorbent than others. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance focusing on creating short duets and building on compositional and performance skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
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Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 3 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 3 of 5

Making objects out of materials. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at why some materials are better at making objects than others and builds on the knowledge from the previous lesson plans in this unit. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance as individual learners and in small groups focusing on compositional and performance skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
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Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 2 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 2 of 5

Materials and their properties. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at the different properties of materials and how they behave. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance as individual learners and in small groups focusing on compositional skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
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Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 1 of 5

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Lesson Plan 1 of 5

Materials and their uses. Dance and science work brilliantly together. This lesson plan looks at different kinds of materials and what objects can be made using these materials. This lesson plan supports the learning of science concepts and key vocabulary through movement and dance as individual learners and with a partner focusing on building a dance vocabulary and introducing compositional skills. Please see the unit overview, other lesson plans and visual resources that support this unit of work. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
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Science: Characteristics of Materials - Unit Overview

Science: Characteristics of Materials - Unit Overview

This unit of work, links with science, design and technology consists of a unit overview, five lesson plans and supporting flashcards which you can print of or use on your interactive whiteboard. The unit overview gives you a brief overview of each lesson, out lining learning objectives, key vocabulary and resources for each lesson. Each session is designed to last 45 minutes and are appropriate for ages 6-11. The lessons can be taught in the classroom or, preferably, in a hall, studio or similar type of space where children can move freely. As part of this unit of work, detailed lesson plans have been created to give you a tried and tested framework from which to teach which you can adapt it to your needs or that of your children. The framework is based around a warm up, building dance vocabulary, improvisation and creative tasks and developing performance skills. We hope you enjoy teaching this unit of work and always welcome feedback and ideas, so please get in touch with us. For further information about this resource or any questions you may have about dance in education please visit danceeducates.co.uk
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Skipping Champion Poster

Skipping Champion Poster

This poster can be laminated so it can be wrote on and changed each day. Good incentive to encourage structured playtimes and being active.
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