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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.
Pop-up Christmas Card
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Pop-up Christmas Card

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This is a simple idea for a Christmas card with pop-up figures. It could be adapted and used for other celebrations. It only requires card and some imagination.
Code Breaker Maths
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Code Breaker Maths

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This is a maths activity to do at the beginning of a term, (all becomes clear once you have cracked the code). The questions need to be answered using the four basic operations.
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.
Magic Squares
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Magic Squares

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A worksheet with 9 magic squares for children to solve. The answers are on the second page.
Orchestral Instruments
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Orchestral Instruments

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This is a test which I used at the end of a unit of work based on the families of instruments in the orchestra. The work included finding out how the instrument makes its sound and where it fits into the orchestra. I included live performancess on those instruments that I play, alongside prerecorded examples from a variety of composers. The answers are given on the last sheet.
Christmas Activities
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Christmas Activities

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A selection of five different activities for Christmas, including art, maths and English worksheets.
Singular and Plural Verbs
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Singular and Plural Verbs

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This worksheet is particularly useful for EAL students, encouraging children to ensure agreement between the subject and the verb in a sentence.
Themed diorama
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Themed diorama

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If you know The Jolly Christmas Postman you will have seen an example of a diorama like this. They are quite easy to make and look great on display. I have based my example on The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, but you could have any theme. There are clear instructions, plus photographs of a finished diorama and images of the four parts of my example. You can use this idea for any book or topic in your curriculum.
Christmas Decoration maths
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Christmas Decoration maths

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This sheet contains several different puzzles based on magic squares. In each bauble the number is given which each line must add up to and the numbers which can be used are written next to the baubles. The second sheet contains the answers.
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.
Christmas certificates
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Christmas certificates

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These are two Christmas-themed certificates which can be given to children at the end of the Autumn term to celebrate the work that they have done. You could add their names in the central box, or your own name.
History of the telephone
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History of the telephone

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This is a simple powerpoint about the development of the telephone from Alexander Graham Bell's first phone to modern day mobiles. It was quite scary to find that I could remember so many that are now historical artefacts!
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.
Christmas Wordsearches
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Christmas Wordsearches

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These are two wordsearches with a Christmas theme. Wordsearch 1 contains secular words to do with Christmas, whilst Wordsearch 2 has words relating to the nativity.
Art work based on the Brazilian artist Romero Britto
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Art work based on the Brazilian artist Romero Britto

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Romero Britto is a Brazilian artist who creates very colourful and patterned artworks. I have provided an example of a piece of art in his style, using my name. You could ask the class to do their names or to choose words like 'happy', 'friend', etc. Children really enjoy using as many bright colours and patterns as they can. The finished works make a stunning display. I have also included an information poster with an example of Romero Britto's work
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.
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.
Team jigsaw
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Team jigsaw

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I used these jigsaw pieces to make up teams within the class. Each member of the group has one piece of the jigsaw. They draw lots of things which are important to them; things that they like to do, their families, their favourite things, etc. My groups were teams of 9, but you could adapt this for your class. It was a nice activity for the beginning of the school year. The finished jigsaws make a colourful display in the classroom.
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.