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Britannica Digital Learning is a global educational publisher with online products that promote knowledge and learning. Our classroom resources have been created to match the curriculum and support teachers. We’re a pioneer in digital education, and our products are marked by engaging, reliable and trustworthy content, that is mapped to the UK, IB and Common Core curricula. The Britannica School resource won the best ‘Digital Collections and Resource Banks’ award at Bett 2015.

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Britannica Digital Learning is a global educational publisher with online products that promote knowledge and learning. Our classroom resources have been created to match the curriculum and support teachers. We’re a pioneer in digital education, and our products are marked by engaging, reliable and trustworthy content, that is mapped to the UK, IB and Common Core curricula. The Britannica School resource won the best ‘Digital Collections and Resource Banks’ award at Bett 2015.
Christmas Truce Activities
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Christmas Truce Activities

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Within only a few months from the start of World War 1, hundreds of thousands of soldiers had been killed or injured in heavy fighting. However, in December, in many places along the battle area known as the Western Front, soldiers stopped fighting and celebrated Christmas together. You’ll find our quiz, crossword and word search all about Christmas Truce.
Christmas Crossword
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Christmas Crossword

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Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Christmas. Marking the birth of Jesus, Christmas is a religious holiday for Christians. For many people it is no longer only a religious festival. It has become a season of general celebration and giving presents. The holiday is officially observed on 25 December, but often celebrations begin a few days earlier and last until the new year. It is one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.
Chinese New Year Activities
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Chinese New Year Activities

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Did you know that Chinese New Year celebrations last for 15 days? Or that they can start in January or February? Can you identify the 12 animals that Chinese years are named after? Help your students answer these questions and many more with our fun learning activities including quiz, word search and crossword on Chinese New Year!
Oral Presentation Resources and Lesson Ideas
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Oral Presentation Resources and Lesson Ideas

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These helpful worksheets will help support you in teaching students the art of perfecting the perfect oral presentations. These guides include tips from where to start your presentation to how to get past stage fright. Build confidence and enhance your student's key speech skills.
Poppy Day Word Search
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Poppy Day Word Search

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Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
Poppy Day Crossword
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Poppy Day Crossword

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Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
Respiratory System Activities
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Respiratory System Activities

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Perfect resources and activities for Science week! In order for human beings and other animals to live, they must have a steady supply of oxygen. But how do they get oxygen? What does the body do with it? What happens when a person breaths? Explore all these questions with your students through these great activities and quizzes!
Origami Christmas tree (3D)
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Origami Christmas tree (3D)

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Use this activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Christmas. Marking the birth of Jesus, Christmas is a religious holiday for Christians. For many people it is no longer only a religious festival. It has become a season of general celebration and giving presents. The holiday is officially observed on 25 December, but often celebrations begin a few days earlier and last until the new year. It is one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.
Plagiarism
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Plagiarism

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Do your students struggle with plagiarism and what it is? These activities and information sheets will help identify plagiarism to students, highlight how they can prevent it, how to paraphrase information and how to accurately cite research.
Bonfire Night Word Search
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Bonfire Night Word Search

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Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Bonfire Night. Bonfires have been lit across the United Kingdom on November 5th for over 400 years – but why? The Gunpowder Plot was one of the most famous attempts to kill a king in British history. A group of men, including one named Guy Fawkes, planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. They were caught before they could carry out the plot, however. Every year on the anniversary of the plot, people in the United Kingdom celebrate the fact that the plot failed. The celebrations include bonfires and fireworks.
Build a snowman game
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Build a snowman game

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Use this activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Christmas. Marking the birth of Jesus, Christmas is a religious holiday for Christians. For many people it is no longer only a religious festival. It has become a season of general celebration and giving presents. The holiday is officially observed on 25 December, but often celebrations begin a few days earlier and last until the new year. It is one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.
William Shakespeare
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William Shakespeare

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For more than 400 years, William Shakespeare has been the world’s most popular playwright. Celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday with the help of Britannica's free activities and great lesson ideas on Shakespeare's life and work.
WWI Medicine Drop Lesson Plan
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WWI Medicine Drop Lesson Plan

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This lesson plan will teach students how to research gravity and ways they can reduce the effects of gravity on a falling object. Students will plan and design a container to drop an egg from a height to simulate the RAF medicine drop. Students will analyse their results and feedback on design improvements.
Information Literacy Lesson Ideas
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Information Literacy Lesson Ideas

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We have put together a collection of activities to help with some valuable information literacy skills. Having key research skills helps makes project easier and produce better results. Please download our activities and information about how to access, evaluate and use resources appropriately. Also there is fun activities like a crossword puzzle, word search and quiz.
Poppy flower contour colouring sheet
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Poppy flower contour colouring sheet

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Use this colouring activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
Magna Carta
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Magna Carta

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The Magna Carta is one of the most famous documents in the world. Not only has it become a symbol of the struggle against oppression, but it has had a lasting effect on the basic principles of government. But what is the Magna Carta and why is it so important?