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Psychology Bundle

Psychology Bundle

A combination of Personality, Motivation and Aggression topics. Each area includes comprehensive presentations with class tasks and dicussion areas, alongside additional learner worksheets.

By staceyowl

Psychology - Motivation

Psychology - Motivation

This psychological topic of motivation is covered comprehensively within these presentations and worksheets. The main presentation covers areas of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are discussed, alongside, definitions, theories, links to arousal and sports participation. The additional presentation focuses on Maslow's theory and the need achiement theory. Additional class worksheets are also provided here.

By staceyowl

Health Screening and Testing

Health Screening and Testing

This unit of health screening includes worksheets, information sheets and tutorials in how to conduct health screening methods. These include Heart Rate, Blood Pressure, Peak Flow, Hip-waist measurements and BMI. An excellent teaching resource that covers the majority of health screening assessments required within Sport and Biology.

By staceyowl

Fun Activities to Try in the Summer Holidays Homework

Fun Activities to Try in the Summer Holidays Homework

This resource is differentiated six ways for Year 1 to Year 6. It includes different activities to complete over the summer holidays, such as have a picnic, go bird-watching and roll down a grass hill. Find more Summer Activity resources here: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/tag/summer-activities/

By ClassroomSecrets

Body confidence  ¦ Early years toolkit

Body confidence ¦ Early years toolkit

Celebrating me: An Early Years Guide aims to help early years professionals support children in their care to develop a positive body image – and provide practical ideas to help children feel body confident right from the start. The download covers practical activities and top tips that you can use in your setting, linked to your Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) practice in England, or to Foundation Phase practice in Wales. This guide is supported by the Be Real Campaign, a national movement of individuals, schools, businesses and charities working hard to change attitudes to body image and behaviour.

By paceydigital2015

Rot or not?

Rot or not?

Students were shown different materials buried in a ‘see-through compost container’. The materials in the container were - a banana skin, plastic knife and paper egg carton. Students then engaged in a discussion about how long it would take the different materials to rot. The students then conducted their own investigation. Students chose one material either; fruit or vegetable scrap, plastic, paper or Chux cloth. Students placed their material in the bottom of a round take away container then covered the material with potting mix. A few weeks later the students uncovered their material and recorded their findings on the worksheet. Resource also includes an assessment rubric.

By crickcrick

Mathematics in Healthcare and Research

Mathematics in Healthcare and Research

Originally designed by a senior children's research nurse for a Maths at Work week at a primary school. Two activities for years 5 & 6 with worksheets and one stand alone worksheet. One activity explores body weight and how it assists with the calculation of medicine doses for children. The other demonstrates differences in height and how we can describe data using simple statistical terms.The worksheet uses percentage calculation to examine the results of an imaginary clinical study highlighting the way statistics can change the way things appear. Mathematics - Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Percentages, Multiplication, Division, Reasoning. Healthcare - Differences in height & weight, medicine calculation, clinical research. Brief provided to assist with delivery.

By hasslerhurstj

Organs of the body plus reproductive organs

Organs of the body plus reproductive organs

I have been teaching sex and relationship education in Year 6 as part of a unit on organs of the body. The SRE aspect is taught in a lesson on how a baby is conceived and includes how identical twins and non identical twins occur. It's a passive way to get the pupils to talk about the different parts of the reproductive organs as it is in conjunction with a fascination with twins - although the sex part is secondary, they are more comfortable taking about the organs as it is not the main feature of the lesson. The attached diagrams are a re-hash of one widely available on Pinterest and other websites. I took a stab at it to make the diagrams more relevant to my lessons. I use one as a lesson on virus vs bacterial infection and when it is time to take antibiotics... and when not to... Other lessons are on digestion, muscle and bone names, glands skin & hair (what happens when they go through puberty), respiration and the heart, organs that remove waste and the mystery of the brain and nervous system (more adapted to para / quadriplegic discussions). You can either put one in the middle of each page in their book and write information around it, or use it as a book itself, made from concertina folding card. Each of the lessons I back up with Youtube (mostly TedEd) clips and other resources like glow in the dark skeletons (£1 shop at Hallowe'en) with laminated labels for all of the major bone names.

By brettgoldspink

KS3 Nutrition, Digestion, and Health SoW

KS3 Nutrition, Digestion, and Health SoW

Complete KS3 Nutrition, Digestion, and Health Unit/Scheme of Work All lessons include: Starter, Variety of Activities, Differentiated Resources, Stretch and Challenge Tasks, Model Answers and Exam Question Plenaries. Lessons Include: 1. A Healthy Diet 2. Energy Needs 3. Obesity and Starvation 4. Deficiency Diseases 5. Mid Unit Assessment (MCQ) 6. The Digestive System 1 7. The Digestive System 2 8. Enzymes in the Digestive System 9. Recreational Drugs 10. Addiction and Substance Misuse 11. End of Unit Test (Exam Questions) **Not all resources are my own. Some have been taken from TES for free, and some have been paid for on other websites.**

By anniemcgee3005

A Bundle of 4  Healthy Living Activities for Key Stage 2

A Bundle of 4 Healthy Living Activities for Key Stage 2

3 worksheets and a wordsearch to teach about the different food groups / healthy living. There are questions on the pyramid and a fun activity where the pupils will talk about what sort of foods are represented by cartoon pictures, then list each food under the 5 main food group headings. As a challenge, the pupils then add other foods to the lists to even them up!

By snugboro23

Learn at Chester Zoo - Aquarium Science

Learn at Chester Zoo - Aquarium Science

Science at Chester Zoo An introduction to the water science we do in the aquarium here at Chester Zoo. In the Aquarium at Chester Zoo our aquarists have to test the water of the tanks every single day to make sure the chemistry of the water is at exactly the right balance for our aquatic species. Corals especially are very sensitive to changes in their environment, both here in the zoo and in the wild. This video gives you a good introduction to the sorts of water tests we do and why they're important. Curriculum Links Science

By learnatcz