Fun Fact Cards: Birds

Fun Fact Cards: Birds

Do you know what the smallest bird in the world is? Do you know which bird can fly backwards? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Science lessons and animal topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in a carousel style lesson and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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Fun Fact Cards: Scotland

Fun Fact Cards: Scotland

Do you know which Scottish dish is made out of sheep's heart, liver, lungs and stomach? Do you know which city was the first in the world to have a fire service? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Geography lessons and UK topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in a carousel style lesson and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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Fun Fact Cards: Amphibians

Fun Fact Cards: Amphibians

Do you know what the biggest amphibian in the world is? Do you know which amphibian smells like peanut butter? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Science lessons and animal topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in carousel style lessons and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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Fun Fact Cards: Fish

Fun Fact Cards: Fish

Do you know which fish is less than 1cm long? Do you know why fish release slime through their skin? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Science lessons and animal topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in a carousel style lesson and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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Fun Fact Cards: Reptiles

Fun Fact Cards: Reptiles

Do you know why chameleons REALLY change their colour? Do you know which continent has no reptiles at all? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Science lessons and animal topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in a carousel style lesson and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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Fun Fact Cards: England

Fun Fact Cards: England

Do you know which English village has an exclamation mark at the end of its name? Do you know why England's flag is a red cross on a white background? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Geography lessons and UK topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in a carousel style lesson and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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Fun Fact Cards: Mammals

Fun Fact Cards: Mammals

Do you know which mammal can grow to be 100 feet long? Do you know which mammal has a 20 inch tongue? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Science lessons and animal topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in a carousel style lesson and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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Fun Fact Cards: Wales

Fun Fact Cards: Wales

Do you know which Welsh village has 58 letters in its name? Do you know which famous author was born in the capital city of Wales? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Geography lessons and UK topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in a carousel style lesson and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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Connect Four: Word Classes

Connect Four: Word Classes

The CONNECT FOUR game should be played in pairs. Each child takes it in turn to select a word class e.g. noun and must verbally provide an example e.g. table. They can then place a counter on the box. The aim is to get four counters in a row to win the game. The learning objective for the game is to identify word classes and it is differentiated four ways. Laminate the boards and use them again and again!
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Fun Fact Cards: Northern Ireland

Fun Fact Cards: Northern Ireland

Do you know why there was conflict in Northern Ireland for 30 years? Do you know what the two famous cranes in Belfast, Northern Ireland are called? These "Did you know...?" Fun Fact cards are fantastic for children in KS1 and lower KS2. This pack of 12 cards compliments Geography lessons and UK topics brilliantly. I have used them as a WOW resource to launch topics, for an activity in a carousel style lesson and as a fun and educational time-filler activity between lessons. They are very easy to chop and prepare. Laminate them and keep them forever. They can be used again and again!
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