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Cynefin and Belonging
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Cynefin and Belonging

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In this PowerPoint, I have created a discussion based lesson on the subject of Cynefin. In it, you will find a definition of Cynefin, examples of what it could mean and a follow up task to the discussion which I will upload also :)
Yr Amgylchedd - The Environment in Welsh
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Yr Amgylchedd - The Environment in Welsh

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This resource is to be used as an introduction to the topic of the environment. The resource contains 5 different environments and what they mean in Welsh. There is also a worksheet included in this resource :)
Colour Mix
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Colour Mix

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In this worksheet, you can engage learners to use their artistic flair to when discovering what colour can be made when mixing two colours together. Such examples in this resource can include what happens when you mix blue and red or red and yellow. There are four worksheets in total with this document :)
Colouring in Quarters Worksheet
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Colouring in Quarters Worksheet

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In this resource, I have created a worksheet that shows different shapes that have been divided into quarters. The task for the learners to complete is to colour one quarter of shape whilst leavnig the rest of the shape blank :)
Three 'ed' sentences PowerPoint
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Three 'ed' sentences PowerPoint

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This powerpoint and activity resource is used to show learners three ‘ed’ sentences and some examples. There is also an activity included in this resource that has also been differentiated :)
Alphabet
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Alphabet

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In this resource, I have created a document highlighting all 26 letters of the alphabet with visual examples :)
Who were the Normans?
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Who were the Normans?

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Here is a fill in the blanks worksheet that is based on the background context of the Norman Invasion and the Battle of Hastings.
Match the fruit in Welsh
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Match the fruit in Welsh

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In this worksheet, the learners are provided with 6 different fruits and their Welsh translations. The task is to match the fruit with their Welsh translation :)
Fruit Fact File
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Fruit Fact File

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In this worksheet, the learners are asked to create a fruit fact file on a fruit of their choosing :)
Introduction to the artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo
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Introduction to the artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo

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In this PowerPoint, you will see a brief introduction to the Italian artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo. The presentation provides you with a brief introduction to the artist, some examples of his work and a task at the end where learners will need to answer questions regarding what they have already seen in the powerpoint.
Animals in different environments - Welsh
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Animals in different environments - Welsh

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This resource allows learners to learn about different animals and what environment they would live in through Welsh. This resource contains an activity. The learners will need to draw 2 animals for each environment and write the name of each animal in Welsh :)
Doubling Diamonds
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Doubling Diamonds

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In this resource, I have created a series of doubling diamonds to help learners practice doubling 2-digit numbers :)
Ffrwythau - Fruit in Welsh
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Ffrwythau - Fruit in Welsh

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In this PowerPoint, the learners will get a chance to learn 6 different fruits and how they have been translated into Welsh. There are also 2 worksheets that are included with this lesson which will be uploaded as well :)
Pizza made of Shapes for L.A Learners
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Pizza made of Shapes for L.A Learners

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Here is a worksheet that encourages learners to look at the four basic shapes of a circle, square, triangle and rectangle in the form of a pizza. This worksheet is aimed at lower ability learners.
Your Words Matter
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Your Words Matter

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In this resource, I have highlighted different sentences that can be used in the classroom. Such examples can include instead of saying ‘be quiet’ you can use the alternative of ‘can you use a softer voice?’ :)