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Year 3 Science Bundle - Animals, including humans

Year 3 Science Bundle - Animals, including humans

This year 3 science teaching bundle contains 3 PowerPoint presentations: Nutrition Skeletons Muscles Each of these teaching resources has been designed to help deliver lessons covering the year 3 science curriculum objectives below: - identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat - identify that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement For a full description and preview of each resource individually please click on the PowerPoint images below. This bundle gives you a saving of 33% when compared to buying each resource individually.
Teacher-of-Primary
Muscles - PowerPoint presentation and worksheets

Muscles - PowerPoint presentation and worksheets

Muscles: KS2 Science Teaching Resource In this science teaching resource pupils are introduced to the functions of muscles. This engaging 40 slide PowerPoint presentation is an ideal resource to use in a lesson covering the year 3 science curriculum objective: Animals, including humans - identify that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement Content includes: - why we need muscles - explanation of the different types of muscles and their functions (skeletal, smooth, cardiac) - link to an introductory video - an explanation of how muscles help us to move - an explanation of how muscles work in pairs (triceps and biceps) and accompanying animation - an explanation of the main muscles of the body and accompanying activity - a muscles quiz - three worksheets 'Muscles' can be edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource to suit the needs of each class they teach.
Teacher-of-Primary
Germs and food hygiene - microorganisms, pathogens, contamination, debates and much more

Germs and food hygiene - microorganisms, pathogens, contamination, debates and much more

At least a double lesson worth of content and activities to discuss food hygiene. It can be used in various subjects: SCIENCE (Biology) to link to microorganisms, pathogens and disease (including Semmelweis) FOOD TECH to discuss the importance of handling food correctly and avoiding contamination TUTOR TIME/PSHE to discuss cleanliness Most activities are quick and require minimal preparation (details of milk practical are included in word file) The debate can be spread over to another lesson allowing you to set preparation for homework Extension activities are mentioned in notes sections as are links to further information about topics should you wish to cover a topic in more detail
sophiemunday
Explore our Five Senses - UK Version (A4)

Explore our Five Senses - UK Version (A4)

Explore our Five Senses (printable A4 size). Our five senses lessons focus on exploring how we process and understand the world around us through our senses of smell, hearing, touch, sight, and taste. The fun, hands-on activities are tactile, exploratory, and sensorial. When we understand the function of each of our five senses it helps process and categorize our daily experiences. Have fun and explore our Five Senses: smell, hearing, touch, sight, and taste! Explore our Five Senses, it's 5 complete lessons for classroom and homeschool teachers! Each lesson offers multiple activities that can be explored daily or customized to integrate into a week's curriculum! 50 pages of creative activities combining math, language, art, science, music, movement, and motor skills. Each lesson includes a book and song recommendation as well as a topic for open discussion and discussion ideas to develop social and emotional readiness. This ready to use program includes all the coloring pages and templates as well as a list of art materials required for each lesson. Teaching Materials Include:  • 5 complete themed lessons explore the five senses • Learn about our five senses: smell, hearing, touch, sight, and taste • 25 printable templates of coloring pages and crafts  • Song lyrics for the traditional and original songs  • Movement ideas for the music and activity songs • Music and movement ideas focus on body awareness and will get you marching, dancing, hopping, jumping, and clapping • Learn, color, and count numbers 1 through 5 • Learn about early math concepts including: gingerbread man and story sequence, AB patterning, one to one correspondence, shape matching, and color sorting into a muffin tray  • Explore our sense of smell with smelling jars, making cinnamon salt clay, and coloring objects that have strong odors  • Explore our sense of hearing with making musical shakers and coloring objects that make sounds  • Explore our sense of touch with feeling different textures and temperatures, making a tactile crocodile with collage materials, exploring a mystery bag, and making and manipulating play dough  • Explore our sense of sight with a scavenger hunt, spot what’s missing on a tray of objects, coloring objects we can see, and drawing without sight  • Explore our sense of taste with tasting different snacks by exploring sweet, salty, savory, and sour, and coloring things we can taste  • Explore science with making a paper plate face, making a sound wave drum, string telephone, and drawing a self-portrait................ .......and so much more. The ideas are endless! Create, Explore, Discuss!
HatchlingCurriculum
Explore our Five Senses - US Version (Letter)

Explore our Five Senses - US Version (Letter)

Explore our five senses (printable letter size). Our five senses lessons focus on exploring how we process and understand the world around us through our senses of smell, hearing, touch, sight, and taste. The fun, hands-on activities are tactile, exploratory, and sensorial. When we understand the function of each of our five senses it helps process and categorize our daily experiences. Have fun and explore our Five Senses: smell, hearing, touch, sight, and taste! Explore our Five Senses, it's 5 complete lessons for classroom and homeschool teachers! Each lesson offers multiple activities that can be explored daily or customized to integrate into a week's curriculum! 50 pages of creative activities combining math, language, art, science, music, movement, and motor skills. Each lesson includes a book and song recommendation as well as a topic for open discussion and discussion ideas to develop social and emotional readiness. This ready to use program includes all the coloring pages and templates as well as a list of art materials required for each lesson. Teaching Materials Include:  • 5 complete themed lessons explore the five senses • Learn about our five senses: smell, hearing, touch, sight, and taste • 25 printable templates of coloring pages and crafts  • Song lyrics for the traditional and original songs  • Movement ideas for the music and activity songs • Music and movement ideas focus on body awareness and will get you marching, dancing, hopping, jumping, and clapping • Learn, color, and count numbers 1 through 5 • Learn about early math concepts including: gingerbread man and story sequence, AB patterning, one to one correspondence, shape matching, and color sorting into a muffin tray  • Explore our sense of smell with smelling jars, making cinnamon salt clay, and coloring objects that have strong odors  • Explore our sense of hearing with making musical shakers and coloring objects that make sounds  • Explore our sense of touch with feeling different textures and temperatures, making a tactile crocodile with collage materials, exploring a mystery bag, and making and manipulating play dough  • Explore our sense of sight with a scavenger hunt, spot what’s missing on a tray of objects, coloring objects we can see, and drawing without sight  • Explore our sense of taste with tasting different snacks by exploring sweet, salty, savory, and sour, and coloring things we can taste  • Explore science with making a paper plate face, making a sound wave drum, string telephone, and drawing a self-portrait................ .......and so much more. The ideas are endless! Create, Explore, Discuss!
HatchlingCurriculum
Science: Do people with longer leg bones jump further?

Science: Do people with longer leg bones jump further?

A PowerPoint lesson (with comments), a recording sheet and a set of extension cards. The lesson is part of Year 3/4 Science topic of Animals, including Humans. It offers children an opportunity to conduct their own investigation by measuring leg bones to see if there is a connection between the length of one's legs and their jump. Included colourful illustrations, a game, video links, measuring to the nearest cm practice, plenty of opportunities for discussion and an extension activity. The PowerPoint consists of 17 slides and most of the text is editable. The worksheet/ extension cards are in .pdf format and can't be edited. However, if you want something changing or spotted a mistake, please do not hesitate to contact me (my email address is provided within the resource).
hoppytimes
Five Senses - Differentiated Activities

Five Senses - Differentiated Activities

Support student learning about their five senses with the differentiated options that are a part of this learning package! The five senses differentiated activities packet contains a number of options to help your students develop their understanding of developing the five senses. Some of the activities are geared towards the whole class while other suggestions are differentiated so students can participate in learning opportunities that meet their individual needs. Activities included in this packet include: ➜ differentiated ABC brainstorming templates, ➜ three sets of “Act It Out” cards, ➜ four activity cards with optional student response sheets, ➜ differentiated anticipation guides, ➜ five exit cards, ➜ 5 senses book in color and in black and white, ➜ give one, get one activity ➜ two sets of hot seat questions, ➜ various journal prompt templates, ➜ senses picture sort, ➜ two minute talk cards, ➜ four Venn Diagram templates, ➜ a vocabulary match game, and ➜ two differentiated vocabulary worksheets. © 2017 Regier Educational Resources
TeachingWithATouchOfHoney
Breathing exercises for calming down

Breathing exercises for calming down

Two breathing exercise cards to be used either one-to-one or by a class teacher with the whole class. Prompts are written on the card so no previous experience of mindfulness is required! These work well in conjunction with 'unhelpful and 'helpful' thoughts prompts for challenging behaviour too.
katiesedavis