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Te Reo Māori Colours Ngā Tae Multi-purpose Flash Cards

Te Reo Māori Colours Ngā Tae Multi-purpose Flash Cards

Teach Te Reo Māori Colours (Ngā Tae) in your classroom with these great multi-purpose flash cards. Print and laminate the labels and create a Word Wall. You could also print and laminate the pictures and use these as a visual cue. Use the labels to play card games such as Go Fish, Snap or Memory. Print and laminate the labels and attach to a ring to make a set of flash cards. These cards come in both English and Te Reo Māori. In this resource you receive: 1. Multi-purpose Flash Cards for the following colours: White, Red, Green, Black, Yellow, Brown, Blue, Orange, Pink, Purple, Grey Each colour comes with FOUR flash cards: - English and Māori translation with picture - English word only - Māori word only - Picture 2. Four te reo Māori Question Cards - He aha te tae o tenei _____? What colour is this _____? Use these with any object to ask what colour it is? E.g. He aha te tae o tenei book? What colour is this book? 3. Eleven te reo Māori Answer Cards - These cards answer the question "What colour is this_____?" These cards are a great way to encourage the use of te reo Māori colours (ngā tae) in full te reo Māori sentences. The English translation is included on each card for scaffolding. 4. An A4 poster featuring all 11 colours with their te reo Māori label. 5. A te reo Māori pronunciation guide. Useful as part of your portfolio of evidence to meet the Education Council's Registered Teacher Criteria Sections 2, 3 and 10. Print and laminate for durability!

By topteachingtasks

Tables puzzles

Tables puzzles

Three single sided worksheets with solutions. The worksheets revise the 4 times and 9 times tables. There is a literacy component in that the students need to be able to write these numbers as words before searching find-a-words. Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA2-6NA uses mental and informal written strategies for multiplication and division If you like my work, please write a review to help others, and check out my shop for more useful activities.

By Maths2Measure

Art Room Inventory

Art Room Inventory

Editable spreadsheet to help inventory art supplies. I even added a column to remind myself which vendors are best to order certain supplies from.

By brownleec

Pascal's triangle

Pascal's triangle

A double sided worksheet with solutions. Students need to add numbers together to form the patterns and describe each pattern. More challenging questions are provided where part of the pattern is shown and the missing numbers need to be calculated. Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA3-8NA analyses and creates geometric and number patterns, constructs and completes number sentences, and locates points on the Cartesian plane. If you like my work, please write a review to help others, and check out my shop for more useful activities.

By Maths2Measure

Te Reo Māori Under the Sea Multi-purpose Flash Cards

Te Reo Māori Under the Sea Multi-purpose Flash Cards

Teach the Te Reo Māori names for creatures under the sea - Kei raro i te moana - with these great multi-purpose flash cards. Print and laminate the labels and create a Word Wall. You could also print and laminate the pictures and use these as a visual cue. Use the labels to play card games such as Go Fish, Snap or Memory. Print and laminate the labels and attach to a ring to make a set of flash cards. These cards come in both English and Te Reo Māori. In this resource you receive: 1. Multi-purpose Flash Cards for the following sea animals and plants - Kei raro i te moana: - Fish - Crab - Shark - Starfish - Turtle - Dolphin - Octopus - Eel - Stingray - Sea Urchin - Seal - Crayfish - Penguin - Whale - Abalone - Seaweed Each animal/plant comes with FOUR flash cards: - English and Māori translation with picture - English word only - Māori word only - Picture 2. A te reo Māori pronunciation guide. Useful as part of your portfolio of evidence to meet the Education Council's Registered Teacher Criteria Sections 2, 3 and 10. Print and laminate for durability!

By topteachingtasks

Factors

Factors

Two single sided worksheets with worked solutions. First one allows the student to find all prime factors by using a factor tree and to write each number as a product of its prime factors. The second worksheet using the products found on the first sheet to then find the HCF (highest common factor) . Australian Curriculum (NSW) MA3-4NA orders, reads and represents integers of any size and describes properties of whole numbers. If you like my work, please write a review to help others, and check out my shop for more useful activities.

By Maths2Measure

Post-WWI: Rise of Totalitarian Dictators ~ An Introductory Activity ~

Post-WWI: Rise of Totalitarian Dictators ~ An Introductory Activity ~

In this 4 page packet you have everything needed to briefly introduce your students to the rise of Totalitarian leaders after WWI before you dig deeper.I use this lesson in both my U.S. and World History classes. Your students will: 1) Read a short 1 page introduction that explains what a Totalitarian state is and how it runs. (Included) 2) Use the information in the reading to fill in 1 section of their graphic organizer. (Included) 3) Use the class textbook or internet ( as a web quest), to fill in the sections of the chart about Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin, comparing how each leader fits the description of a totalitarian state. (Info is: How did they control their citizenry? How did they deal with their opposition? Who did they blame for their countries problems? Etc...) 4) Complete a homework/extension activity that asks students to do some quick research on Totalitarianism today making connections from events of the past to events of today. (Worksheet/directions included)

By learningisapassion

Lesson review stickers, emoji thumbs.

Lesson review stickers, emoji thumbs.

I use these to track progress at the beginning and end of lessons. Pupils circle an emoji at the beginning of the lesson and write a sentence explaining why they think they are at this point. Learning objectives and lesson activities in the lesson can be link to the emoji they select. Pupils can review progress and write a sentence or two explaining why they think this. This can link to a lesson, topic, module and so on! Printable on sticky labels 14 to a sheet.

By meganlfurness

4.4.1.2 Rate of photosynthesis (greenhouse)

4.4.1.2 Rate of photosynthesis (greenhouse)

AQA GCSE Combined Science 8464 / Biology 8461 4.4.1.2 Rate of photosynthesis Suggested starter: interpret three graphs for carbon dioxide, temperature and light intensity. Suggest what is happening. Main Activity:annotate three graphs with what is happening and stick in books. Design a greenhouse to maintain optimum growth of plants on the moon. Explain all its design features. Complete an exam question with data to interpret on efficiency and cost of green houses and growing crops for production. Suggested Plenary: sketch and explain the graphs in two minutes. Green pen, peer mark and repeat.

By arslan1uk

Under The Sea Close Reading Texts/Higher Order Thinking Activities US/NZ

Under The Sea Close Reading Texts/Higher Order Thinking Activities US/NZ

Improve reading comprehension in your classroom with our Ocean themed differentiated close reading passages and questions. This pack includes FIVE Grade Four and Grade Five (Year Five and Six) informational non-fiction passages with six pages of unique and engaging text dependent questions and higher order thinking tasks. These activities are great for your guided reading program, or as homework tasks. Great for Shark Week! Learn more about great white sharks, dolphins, submarines, seafood and the lost city of Atlantis! This resource would also be suitable for Grade 6 (Year Seven and Eight learners) as the higher order thinking activities will keep them challenged and engaged! What this resource is all about: The purpose of this resource is to provide ready-to-go non-fiction passages and engaging higher order thinking questions. This resource is full of exciting, thought-provoking activities to grab your students’ attention AND hold it. The activities begin at the lower levels of Blooms Taxonomy (Remember, Understand, Apply) and move through to the higher levels (Analyze, Evaluate, Create). In this pack you will receive: 1. Five texts - all with an extended and scaffold version: - Great White Sharks - Submarines - All about Dolphins - The Lost City of Atlantis - Kaimoana/Seafood - A New Zealand Experience 2. SIX corresponding NO PREP Higher Order Thinking Activities Each passage features different activities! - Remember - Understand - Apply - Analyze/Analyse - Evaluate - Create Reading Comprehension Strategies included: - Find Facts and Details - Make Inferences - Identify the main idea - Ask and Answer Questions - Vocabulary - Sequence - Summarize/Summarise - Synthesise - Compare and Contrast - Visualising/Visualizing - Make Predictions - Make Connections 3. Three Graphic Organizer Examples - Information Web - Main Idea - Timeline 4. Teacher Answer Key for applicable questions 5. Two 'Tips For Use' pages with ways to use this resource in your classroom. 6. Close Reading bookmarks

By topteachingtasks

4.4.1.2 Rate of photosynthesis (required practical)

4.4.1.2 Rate of photosynthesis (required practical)

AQA GCSE Combined Science 8464 / Biology 8461 Starter: Mind map of what things affect photosynthesis. Ask students to consider what would happen to a plant if we: put it in the fridge; removed CO2; put it in a cupboard; removed chlorophyll from the leaves. Main activity: Show students the equipment and how this works. Set a hypothesis for temperature and light intensity. Get pupils to identify the variables and write a method (design in groups, and experiment to investigate one of these factors. Carry out the investigation into light intensity for at least one temperature (practice). Plenary: Discuss how the rate of photosynthesis could be measured and consider different methods.

By arslan1uk