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I'm a teacher at an International School in Asia and I really enjoy making all types of well-designed resources for my class. I hope that you may also find them useful and that your children will enjoy them too!

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I'm a teacher at an International School in Asia and I really enjoy making all types of well-designed resources for my class. I hope that you may also find them useful and that your children will enjoy them too!
Parts of the Respiratory (Breathing) System Worksheet
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Parts of the Respiratory (Breathing) System Worksheet

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This worksheet comprises of four activities that all relate to the parts of the respiratory system - nostrils, mouth, larynx, pharynx, trachea, bronchus, bronchioles, lungs, alveoli etc. The activities are as follows: a) Anagrams of the parts of the respiratory system. b) Label a diagram with some of the parts of the respiratory system. c) A word search with some of the parts of the respiratory system with extra bonus words hidden within. d) Describing the function of one or two of the parts of the respiratory system. It serves as a review or follow-up to an introduction of the system and the basic process. Children are expected to know the names of the parts, how to spell them, identify them on a diagram and understand what their basic role is in the system. The document is mostly editable so you can change some of the parts to suit your children’s needs.
Parts of the Digestive System Worksheet
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Parts of the Digestive System Worksheet

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This worksheet comprises of four activities that all relate to the parts of the digestive system - mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, rectum, anus, gall-bladder, liver, pancreas etc. The activities are as follows: Anagrams of the parts of the digestive system Label a diagram with some of the parts of the digestive system A word search with the parts of the system with extra bonus words hidden within Describing the function of one or two of the parts It serves as a review or follow-up to an introduction of the system and the basic process. Children are expected to know the names of the parts, how to spell them, identify them on a diagram and understand what their basic role is in the system. The document is mostly editable so you can change some of the parts to suit your children’s needs.
The Egyptian Cinderella - Reading Comprehension
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The Egyptian Cinderella - Reading Comprehension

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This reading comprehension is based on the story of Egyptian Cinderella by Shirley Climo. It is made up of a variety of different questions which involve different skills from fact recall to comparison. Please see the preview to get an idea of the types of questions. The worksheet is fully editable so you can change any part to suit your needs. It is also easily used for remote learning if you share it as a Google Doc. I hope you like this worksheet. If you do, please kindly leave a review if you have a moment. Thank you. Also, please note, this document does not include the original story text. However, it can be easily found on the internet or as a read-aloud on Youtube.
Parts of the Skeletal System Worksheet
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Parts of the Skeletal System Worksheet

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This worksheet comprises of four activities that all relate to the parts of the skeletal system -skull, tibia, fibula, ulna, pelvis, ribs, spine, femur, patella etc. The activities are as follows: a) Anagrams of the parts of the skeletal system. b) Label a diagram with some of the parts of the skeletal system. c) A word search with some of the parts of the skeletal system with extra bonus words hidden within. It serves as a review or follow-up to an introduction of the system and the basic process. Children are expected to know the names of the parts, how to spell them, identify them on a diagram and understand what their basic role is in the system. *Extension task idea: Ask the children to choose one or two of the bones in the skeleton and relate it’s structure to its function. They could also create their own version of the skeletal song or create their own mnemonic to help remember the names of the bones. * The document is mostly editable so you can change some of the parts to suit your children’s needs.
Fully Editable A3 Board Game Template
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Fully Editable A3 Board Game Template

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This is a fully editable A3 board game template which comes in both colour and black and white and also with a set of different sized question cards. Every part of the board game is editable. You can move parts where you like, type in the playing squares, adjust titles etc. All the children need are some dice and counters (which could be anything from a block to a coin). The question cards can be typed up by you or the children or you could print blank ones and they could write their own. The great thing about this game is it’s versatility. We use it to review anything from comprehension questions in literacy to word problems in maths. If a child lands on a question space, they select a question card and if they answer it correctly then they roll again. Also included on the board are snakes (for going down) and ladders (for climbing up). I’ve also included a few other fun ideas like a hospital square and different scenarios for landing on a particular square. Needless to say, the children love playing it and it’s also fun for them to edit it and create their own if there’s enough time.
Drawing Electric Circuit Diagrams
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Drawing Electric Circuit Diagrams

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This worksheet is made up of pictures of 5 real electric circuits. The main idea is for children to look at the photos and then use the provided symbols to draw the corresponding electrical circuit diagrams. The symbols are provided in a table at the beginning of the worksheet and there are questions after each circuit. Questions probe children’s observation, connections with real life, problems with the circuits and ways to improve them. This worksheet can word as a nice introduction or even a follow-up to children building circuits for themselves. They could even build them along side completing the worksheet. I hope this helps your children to draw electrical circuits properly as well as improve their general understanding of electronics.
Water Poem
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Water Poem

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Poem about water to compliment our connected unit topic called, ‘Water World’ in which we cover poetry in literacy. It serves as a simple example for the children to understand the rhyming patterns before creating their own.
Interactive PowerPoint Quiz Template with Timers
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Interactive PowerPoint Quiz Template with Timers

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This is an snazzy looking quiz template which is made up of a title page, question numbers pages, question pages (with one minute timers) and answer pages. It is fully editable and perfect for quickly adding your own questions and answers for a pop quiz or end of unit test. The timers only start when you click them so you can give the children a chance first before starting them or you could just start them straight away, depending on how much time you think they may need.
Google Earth Puzzle Pack
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Google Earth Puzzle Pack

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This 3 in 1 Google Earth Puzzle Pack includes… a) Google Earth - Scavenger Hunt b) Google Earth - Famous Landmarks c) Google Earth - Mystery Puzzle Great fun for all ages!
Daily Student Notices
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Daily Student Notices

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In this editable presentation there is a slide for each day of the week (Monday to Friday). On each slide, there is a space for the day and date, information about where the names of the days originate and a space for notices including a riddle of the day. It’s a colourful and fun way to present any school notices to the children at the beginning of each day.
Parts of the Male Reproductive System
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Parts of the Male Reproductive System

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This worksheet comprises of four activities that all relate to the parts of the male reproductive system - vas deferens, bladder, penis, epididymis, testicles, urethra etc. The activities are as follows: Anagrams of the parts of the male reproductive system Label a diagram with some of the parts of the male reproductive system A word search with the parts of the system with extra bonus words hidden within Describing the function of one or two of the parts It serves as a review or follow-up to an introduction of the system and the basic process. Children are expected to know the names of the parts, how to spell them, identify them on a diagram and understand what their basic role is in the system. The document is mostly editable so you can change some of the parts to suit your children’s needs.
Building Electrical Circuits Practical Worksheet
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Building Electrical Circuits Practical Worksheet

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Great series of worksheets to bring structure and scientific inquiry in building electrical circuits. Made up of four electrical circuit practical worksheets. Children have to complete one before proceeding to the next. Each successive one is more difficult than the previous. Each page involves drawing drawing and building a circuit followed by testing it and answering related questions. Children will build and test both series and parallel circuits. *Requires that the children have the basic pieces to create each electrical circuit to test. Circuit 1 - Comparing the brightness of one and two bulbs in series. Circuit 2 - Comparing the speed of one and two motors in series. Circuit 3 - Parallel circuits and a logic diagram. Circuit 4 - Freestyle circuit building, testing and evaluating.
PowerPoint Timers
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PowerPoint Timers

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Round (tick) timers for 10, 15, 30, 45 and 60 seconds. Bar (fade) timers for 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 minutes. Simply select around the timer of choice with your mouse and then copy and paste it into your presentation. Click on it to start!
A3 Board Game Template [Fully Editable]
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A3 Board Game Template [Fully Editable]

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This colourful A3 board game is fully editable. You can change the contents of any of any square on the board. There are so many ways you an adapt this for different lessons. Here are a few examples… a) Maths Write calculations in each box for the children to solve b) Reading Write tricky phonics words or as I have done with this other uploads on here, write word endings and beginnings. You could also have the children use the word in context in a sentence or explain its definition etc. c) Science Write questions relating to your topic in the box, or add in question spaces where children have to pick up a card with a question on. You could even get the class to create their own question cards. All you need for the game is a dice and between 2-5 players. Each of the ideas above follow the same style game play. That is, if you are able to solve the problems or read the words in the space you land on, then you are able to remain there. If not, then you go back to where you were before you rolled. You can also get creative and add in your own special spaces such as miss a go or roll again. Or you can get really creative and add in special reasons. For example, you helped a friend in need, move forward four spaces, or you fell off your bike and broke your head, miss a go. etc.
Parts of a Flower
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Parts of a Flower

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This worksheet comprises of four activities that all relate to the parts of a flower - stamen, petals, sepal, receptacle, filament, ovary, pollen etc. The activities are as follows: Anagrams of the parts of a flower Label a diagram with some of the parts of a flower A word search with the parts of a flower with extra bonus words hidden within Describing the function of one or two of the parts It serves as a review or follow-up to an introduction of the parts of a flower. Children are expected to know the names of the parts, how to spell them, identify them on a diagram and understand what their basic role is. The document is mostly editable so you can change some of the parts to suit your children’s needs.
Parts of a Flowering Plant
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Parts of a Flowering Plant

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This worksheet comprises of four activities that all relate to the parts of a plant - flower, petals, stem, branches, buds, roots etc. The activities are as follows: Anagrams of the parts of a flowering plant Label a diagram with some of the parts of a plant A word search with the parts of a plant with extra bonus words hidden within Describing the function of one or two of the parts It serves as a review or follow-up to an introduction of the parts of a flowering plant. Children are expected to know the names of the parts, how to spell them, identify them on a diagram and understand what their basic role is. The document is mostly editable so you can change some of the parts to suit your children’s needs.
Famous Landmarks Factfile Activity
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Famous Landmarks Factfile Activity

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This activity pack is made up of 8 famous landmarks from around the world. They are the Taj Mahal, Easter Island Maoi, Eiffel Tower, Statues of Liberty, St Basil’s Cathedral, Pyramid of Giza and the Sydney Opera House. Each landmark is titled and has a colour photo. There are two landmarks per A4 page. The aim of the activity is for children (individual or groups) to locate the landmark on a map or Google Earth, and then research it online and complete the fact file. The fact file contains the following: What is it? Continent, country, date completed, age, height (m), visitors each year and a larger section for any further interesting facts at the end. The document is fully editable, so you can change parts to suit your needs. Extra: I usually buy 3D puzzles of these landmarks for the children to build. They then use string and pins to link the model and fact file to the location on a world map. Alternatively you could have them build a model of the landmark from recycled materials or even have them create an sketch or artistic impression of the building.
Giant A3 Ancient Rome Crossword Puzzle
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Giant A3 Ancient Rome Crossword Puzzle

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This is a giant A3 sized crossword puzzle that I use to review our Ancient Rome unit at the end of term. I usually let children work in pairs if they want to. Also, initially I won’t let them consult any resources or ask questions, just to see how far they get first. There are more than 20 questions in total! Here are some of them to give you an idea of the level required. A common person or person not of the patrician class. The main unit of the Roman army. It generally had around 5400 soldiers and was divided up into groups of men called cohorts and centuries. A group of prestigious men who advised the consuls. A large oval shaped stadium used for chariot races. A manmade channel used for delivering water to Roman towns. This puzzle is would be suitable for upper KS2 and KS3.
40 Planet Fact Cards Matching Game
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40 Planet Fact Cards Matching Game

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This document is made up of 40 different cards (4 fact cards for each of the 8 planets in our solar system). Please see the preview for insight on the variety of different facts. Ideally, print on A3 and cut up the cards. The idea is for children to match the facts up to the correct planet. They could also put the planets in order from the sun as an additional task. I find this best suited to groups of 3-4 children so print off enough copies for your class. It works well as a starter to a unit on space but also could be used during or at the end to see how much they have learned. If you can, laminate the cards for future use. I hope your children enjoy this activity! Please leave a review if you’re satisfied.
Flat Stanley Questions - The Great Egyptian Grave Robbery
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Flat Stanley Questions - The Great Egyptian Grave Robbery

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This worksheet is made up of 10 comprehension questions and a bonus, covering a wide range of reading skills. It is for the book, Flat Stanley - The Great Egyptian Grave Robbery. Each question is based on a different chapter. The chapter numbers are given in brackets afterwards to make it slightly easier. Children will have had to have read the book, but ideally have s to it to be able to refer to and answer the questions as best they can. This is quite a tricky comprehension for my Year 3 level, so it would be more suitable for Year 4-6. The worksheet is also designed to be easily used as a Google Doc so children can type their answers online. Last time I used it in Google Classroom where each child gets their own copy of the document to work on.