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I worked in England for ten years and am now the English section coordinator in an international school in France. My resources cover all areas of the curriculum at varying levels as many of the children that I teach now do not have English as a first language.

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I worked in England for ten years and am now the English section coordinator in an international school in France. My resources cover all areas of the curriculum at varying levels as many of the children that I teach now do not have English as a first language.
The digestive system
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The digestive system

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This is an activity to cut out and sequence the digestive system. This follows on from whole class work discovering the human digestive system from start to finish.
Types of Teeth
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Types of Teeth

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This is a worksheet examining the different types of teeth that humans have and how they are used.
Space Test
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Space Test

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This is a test which I have given my Year 5's at the end of a unit of study on space, the solar system, the moon and the first moon landing.
Science Test. The Human Body
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Science Test. The Human Body

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This is a multiple choice test based on a science topic about bones and muscles (including the heart). I have used this resource with Year 6 students in an International School, where the choice of answers is beneficial for those children who do not have English as their first language.
Litter and Recycling
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Litter and Recycling

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This worksheet encourages children to make inferences from information. It should make them think about what they do with their rubbish and how much recycling they and their families do.
Make sense of your food
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Make sense of your food

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These two sheets provide an explanation of how to carry out tests using only the sense of smell with a chart to fill in. I choose 10 different foods and get the children to smell each one. They write down what they think it is and we discover the correct answers at the end of the lesson. I do this activity as part of a project on food and the digestive system.
Making chocolate rocks
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Making chocolate rocks

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Once the class have made the different types of rocks using chocolate, they complete this sequencing activity. I recommend that children are reminded to only cut out one type of rock at a time so that they don't get all the pieces muddled up.
Touch Tests
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Touch Tests

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This sheet contains ideas for four different experiments which children can carry out to test their sense of touch. It encourages children to think about how to record their findings and ensure that the tests are fair. I have used this as part of a unit of study on the five senses.
A Healthy Diet
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A Healthy Diet

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These sheets form part of a project on food and good health. The first sheet provides information about food and what different foods do for your body. The children then have to place different types of food onto the wheel of food and good health. I would recommend photocopying the wheel onto A3 paper so that the pictures of food can be cut out and stuck on in the right place. Alternatively, children can draw pictures of food onto the wheel.
Looking at my Teeth and Gums
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Looking at my Teeth and Gums

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This worksheet can be used for children to record details about their teeth. The children will need small mirrors to carry out the observations.
Taste tests
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Taste tests

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These two worksheets go together. I provide 10 different types of food which the children have to identify by taste only. I usually do this alongside smell tests to encourage the children to focus on one sense at a time. You could provide whatever food that you want. I tend to use fruit and vegetables, with the addition of cheese and chocolate so that we always end with something that everyone likes! Be careful of children with food alergies. I do this as part of a topic on food and the digestive system.
Life Cycle of a Frog
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Life Cycle of a Frog

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This is a simple cut and stick activity with pictures and captions to show the life cycle of a frog.
Join the dots Frog
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Join the dots Frog

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This is a join the dots picture of a frog. I usually use this as part of a topic on animals, particularly looking at the life cycle of a frog.
A selection of worksheets about breathing.
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A selection of worksheets about breathing.

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The first sheet provides information about how we breathe. The following three sheets are diagrams which need to be labelled. The labels are written on the fifth sheet and can be cut out and stuck on or copied on to the worksheets. I have used these sheets with Year 5 and 6 classes.
Will it Rot
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Will it Rot

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I've adapted this experiment from a Scholastic science book. The work is carried out as part of a topic on food, health and hygiene. The children really enjoy looking at the food when it has started going mouldy and can record their results on the chart, either in writing or pictures.