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Welcome to the Online Teaching Resources TES shop. Here you'll find hundreds of KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4 teaching resources in the form of editable PowerPoints and worksheets for English, Maths, Science and History. All materials are made with the UK National Curriculum in mind and have been created to engage and enthuse learners. You can find out more and access hundreds more brilliant resources at our websites www.Teacher-of-Primary.com and www.Teacher-of-English.com.

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Welcome to the Online Teaching Resources TES shop. Here you'll find hundreds of KS1, KS2, KS3 and KS4 teaching resources in the form of editable PowerPoints and worksheets for English, Maths, Science and History. All materials are made with the UK National Curriculum in mind and have been created to engage and enthuse learners. You can find out more and access hundreds more brilliant resources at our websites www.Teacher-of-Primary.com and www.Teacher-of-English.com.
The Circulatory System - PowerPoint presentation and worksheet
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The Circulatory System - PowerPoint presentation and worksheet

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In this teaching resource pupils will be taught to identify and name the main parts of the circulatory system, and describe the functions of the heart, blood vessels and blood. It contains a 35 slide PowerPoint presentation and 2 worksheets. This science teaching resource is an ideal tool to use in a lesson covering the year 6 science curriculum objective below: Year 6 science programme of study - Animals, including humans: - identify and name the main parts of the human circulatory system, and describe the functions of the heart, blood vessels and blood 'The Circulatory System' is fully editable so teachers have the freedom to adapt the resource to meet the needs of each class they teach.
Muscles -  Year 3
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Muscles - Year 3

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Muscles (Year 3) - PowerPoint presentation and worksheets 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. To view this resource in full and find more KS2 science resources click here.
Year 5 Earth and Space Bundle
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Year 5 Earth and Space Bundle

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Year 5 Earth and Space Bundle This year 5 science teaching bundle contains the following 5 PowerPoint presentations with accompanying worksheets: Models of the Solar System The Solar System Night and Day Planets on the Move The Moon Each of these science teaching resources has been designed to help deliver lessons covering the Year 5 science curriculum objectives as outlined in the year 5 science programme of study (Earth and space). For a full description and preview of each resource please click on the images below. This bundle gives you a saving of 56% when compared to buying each resource individually.
The Digestive System - Year 4
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The Digestive System - Year 4

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TThe Digestive System - Year 4 In this science teaching resource pupils will learn about the simple functions of the basic parts of the human digestive system. 'The Digestive System' is an ideal teaching aid to use during a lesson covering the year 4 science curriculum objective listed below. - describe the simple functions of the basic parts of the digestive system in humans 'The Digestive System' is a colourful and engaging PowerPoint presentation that includes: A link to an introductory video Definitions of digestion and the digestive system Description of the journey of a hotdog as it makes it way through the parts of the digestive system (mouth, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine) Labelling the parts of the digestive system activity and accompanying differentiated worksheet Placing the parts of the digestive system in the correct order activity and accompanying worksheet Functions of the parts of the digestive system matching activity and accompanying worksheet Digestive system quiz and worksheet Tell your own story of the journey of your lunch activity and differentiated worksheet Useful links 'The Digestive System' is fully editable so you can adapt the resource to suit the individual needs of each class you teach.
Year 4 Science Bundle: Animals, including humans
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Year 4 Science Bundle: Animals, including humans

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This year 4 science teaching bundle contains 3 PowerPoint presentations: The Digestive System Teeth Food Chains Each of these teaching resources has been designed to help deliver lessons covering the year 4 science curriculum objectives below: - describe the simple functions of the basic parts of the digestive system in humans - identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions - construct and interpret a variety of food chains, identifying producers, predators and prey For a full description and preview of each resource individually please click on the PowerPoint images below. This bundle gives you a saving of 46% when compared to buying each resource individually.
The Solar System - Interactive PowerPoint presentation and worksheets
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The Solar System - Interactive PowerPoint presentation and worksheets

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KS2 Science Teaching Resources – The Solar System. In this teaching resource, pupils will learn about our Solar System and its planets. It is an ideal resource to use when introducing the year 5 science curriculum topic - Earth and space. The resource includes a colourful and engaging 36 slide Powerpoint presentation that includes: - Facts about the sun - Which planets make up the solar system and a nmenomic to remember the order in which they come - Facts about each planet - An explanation of why Pluto has been reclassified - Facts about moons, asteroids, meteoroids and comets - A solar system interactive quiz - 1 worksheet - investigative activity and accompanying worksheet 'The Solar System' can be edited allowing teachers to adapt the resource to suit the needs of each class they teach.
The 5 Senses - KS1
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The 5 Senses - KS1

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The 5 Senses - KS1 In this KS1 science teaching resource pupils are introduced to the five senses. Content includes: What are the 5 senses explanation Match the sense to the correct picture activity with accompanying worksheet Label the diagram with the correct sense activity with accompanying worksheet Choose 5 objects and describe them using the 5 senses activity with accompanying worksheet ‘The 5 Senses - KS1’ can be edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource as much or as little as needed. To preview ‘The 5 Senses - KS1’ in full and to find more KS1 science resources please click here.
Earth and Space Year 5 Teaching Pack - 5 PowerPoint presentations and worksheets
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Earth and Space Year 5 Teaching Pack - 5 PowerPoint presentations and worksheets

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This teaching resource pack contains 5 PowerPoint lessons and accompanying worksheets covering Earth and space as outlined in the new 2014 Year 5 programme of study. The Solar System - in this 36 slide PowerPoint presentation pupils will learn about our Solar System and its planets. Planets on the Move - in this 42 slide PowerPoint presentation pupils will learn about how each planet in our solar system orbits the Sun. The Moon - In this 44 slide PowerPoint presentation pupils will learn about the Moon and how it moves around the Earth. Night and Day - In this 23 slide PowerPoint presentation pupils discover why the Earth has night and day and why it appears that the Sun moves across the sky. Models of the Solar System - In this 14 slide PowerPoint presentation pupils will learn how ideas about the solar system have changed over time and look at the geocentric and heliocentric models.
Food Chains - Year 4
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Food Chains - Year 4

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Food Chains - Year 4 This science teaching resource has been designed to introduce pupils to food chains. It is an ideal teaching aid to use in a class covering the year 4 science curriculum objective below: construct and interpret a variety of food chains, identifying producers, predators and prey This engaging animated PowerPoint presentation includes: What are producers, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, predators and prey? Herbivore and carnivore interactive activity and accompanying worksheet Predator and prey interactive activity and accompanying worksheet What are food chains? Food chain sorting interactive activity and accompanying worksheet Food chain quiz and accompanying worksheet Create your own food chains activity and accompanying worksheet An explanation of how a change in one part of the food chain can change the food chain as a whole Mini food chain project and accompanying worksheet Further worksheet to check understanding with answers Useful links ‘Food Chains’ can be fully edited so that you are able to adapt the resource to suit each class you teach. To view this resource in full and find more Year 4 science resources click here.
The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant - Year 3
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The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant - Year 3

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The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant: KS2 Science Teaching Resource This KS2 science teaching resource explores the part that flowers play in the life cycle of flowering plants, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal. It is an ideal teaching aid to use in a lesson covering the curriculum objectives in the year 3 science programme of study (Plants). 'The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant' is a colourful and engaging PowerPoint presentation with 5 accompanying worksheets. Content includes: Link to an introductory video What is the life cycle of a flowering plant (seed, germination, growing stage, pollination, fertilisation, seed dispersal) The life cycle of a flowering plant worksheet Link to a plant reproduction video Plant reproduction, taking a closer look at pollination and fertilisation Plant reproduction worksheet Pollination quiz with accompanying worksheet Pollination activity and accompanying worksheets What is seed dispersal and the different methods (wind, animal, water, explosion) Seed dispersal quiz with accompanying worksheet Link to a seed dispersal video 'The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant' is fully editable so teachers can adapt the resource to suit the needs of each class they teach.
Plants and Water - Year 3
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Plants and Water - Year 3

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Plants and Water - Year 3 In this science teaching resource pupils will learn about the importance of water to plant life and investigate the way in which water is transported within plants. It is an ideal teaching aid to use in a lesson covering the year 3 science curriculum objective listed below: - investigate the way in which water is transported within plants 'Plants and Water - Year 3' is an engaging PowerPoint presentation including: Link to an introductory video An explanation of how water is transported within plants Science activity and accompanying worksheets Water transportation in plants activity and worksheet with answers 'Plants and Water - Year 3' is fully editable so teachers can adapt the resource to suit their individual teaching requirements.
Year 3 Science Bundle - Animals, including humans
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Year 3 Science Bundle - Animals, including humans

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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 42% when compared to buying each resource individually.
Plants - Year 3
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Plants - Year 3

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Plants - Year 3 Year 3 science programme of study - Plants: identify and describe the functions of different parts of flowering plants: roots, stem/trunk, leaves and flowers explore the requirements of plants for life and growth (air, light, water, nutrients from soil, and room to grow) and how they vary from plant to plant investigate the way in which water is transported within plants explore the part that flowers play in the life cycle of flowering plants, including pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal This KS2 science teaching resource is an engaging PowerPoint presentation with 13 worksheets introducing the topic of plants. It has been designed to use in lessons covering the year 3 science curriculum objectives listed above. Content includes: The parts of a plant and its functions Labeling activity and accompanying worksheet Parts of a plant quiz and accompanying worksheet Design your own plant activity and accompanying worksheet What plants need to stay healthy and grow (water, air, nutrients, sunlight and room to grow) A look at how different plants have varying requirements for these things Desert plants and how they survive Growing experiment and discussion of a fair experiment - accompanying worksheet Design a poster activity about plant requirements and care Water transportation in plants Science activity and accompanying worksheet Water transportation in plants activity and worksheet What is the life cycle of a flowering plant (seed, germination, growing stage, pollination, fertilisation, seed dispersal) The life cycle of a flowering plant worksheet Plant reproduction, taking a closer look at pollination and fertilisation Plant reproduction worksheet Pollination quiz with accompanying worksheet Pollination activity and accompanying worksheets What is seed dispersal and the different methods (wind, animal, water, explosion) Seed dispesral quiz and accompanying worksheet Plants worksheets to assess knowledge of topics covered with answers Useful links throughout ‘Plants’ is completely editable so teachers are able to adapt the resource to meet their individual teaching needs. To preview ‘Plants - Year 3’ in full and to find more year 3 science resources please click here.
Skeletons - Year 3
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Skeletons - Year 3

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Skeletons - Year 3 KS2 Science Teaching Resource PowerPoint presentation and seven accompanying worksheets. In this science teaching resource pupils are taught about human and animal skeletons. ‘Skeletons - Year 3’ has been designed 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: Link to an introductory video A 3-D skeleton model teaching aid Identifying some human bones activity and two accompanying worksheets Identifying the main bones of the body and worksheet Functions of the skeleton Explanation of joints and ligaments (hinge joints and ball and socket joints) Which bones protect which organs? How to take care of bones Animal skeletons and an explanation of vertebrates and invertebrates Skeleton detective activity - match the skeleton to the animal and an accompanying worksheet Animal skeleton sorting activity and accompanying worksheet Skeleton quiz and accompanying worksheet Useful links Make your own skeleton cut out model ‘Skeletons - Year 3’ is completely editable so you have the freedom to adapt the resource to suit each class you teach. To preview ‘Skeletons - Year 3’ in full and to find more year 3 science resources please click here.
Teeth - Year 4
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Teeth - Year 4

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Teeth - KS2 Science Teaching Resource PowerPoint presentation and 7 accompanying worksheets. In this science teaching resource pupils are taught how to identify human teeth (incisors, canines, premolars, molars) and all about their simple functions. 'Teeth' has been designed to use in a lesson covering the year 4 science curriculum objective: Animals, including humans - identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions Content includes: - explanation of why we need teeth - types of human teeth - functions of human teeth - differences between carnivore and herbivore teeth in other animals and accompanying worksheet with answers - human teeth labelling activity and worksheet - identifying human teeth activity and accompanying worksheet - teeth functions activity and worksheet - teeth quiz and worksheet - what is tooth decay? and its causes - tooth decay class experiment and two worksheets - tooth decay prevention - tooth decay quiz and worksheet - tooth decay worksheet to check understanding with answers 'Teeth' is completely editable so you have the freedom to adapt the resource to suit each class you teach.
The Moon - Interactive PowerPoint presentation and worksheet
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The Moon - Interactive PowerPoint presentation and worksheet

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KS2 Science Teaching Resources – The Moon. In this science teaching resource, pupils will learn about the moon and how it moves around the Earth. It is an ideal resource to use during a lesson covering the year 5 science curriculum objective listed below: Earth and space: - describe the movement of the moon relative to the Earth The resource explores the lunar cycle and the different phases of the Moon. It includes an engaging, animated 44 slide PowerPoint presentation, an interactive quiz, 1 worksheet and three illustrative videos to help children develop their understanding.
Nutrition - Year 3
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Nutrition - Year 3

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Nutrition - Year 3 In this KS2 teaching resource pupils are taught that animals, including humans need the right types and amount of nutrition as per the year 3 science curriculum objective - Animals. including humans. Areas covered: What is nutrition? Why we need food? Food groups: proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals. A balanced diet (The Eatwell Plate). Animal foods: carnivores and herbivores Nutrition is an engaging PowerPoint presentation that includes class activities, interactive activities, 7 accompanying worksheets and links to useful videos and activities. 'Nutrition' can be fully edited giving teachers the freedom to adapt the resource to suit each class they teach.