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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.
Measurement - mass
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Measurement - mass

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I have used this activity with a class who have been working on measurement of mass. There are two sheets, one with pictures and measurements in grams and a blank chart which you could adapt for your own class. The children try to match the product with the correct weight. The measurement leads to some interesting discussions about the weight of packaging. Children enjoy making comparisons between the different packages, weighing them in their hands.
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.
Easter Egg handwriting
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Easter Egg handwriting

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These are two simple worksheets which encourage handwriting skills and can then be coloured in. The sheets are differentiated with more complex patterns on one than the other.
Mother's Day Card
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Mother's Day Card

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This is an idea I found and used successfully. I have made the templates to make it easier to create the finished product. I used the sheet as a design template for a mug which the children then decorated and gave as a gift for Mother's day.
Reading Log
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Reading Log

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This is a reading log to use with a class reading book. I laminate them and they can then be used with any book that the class reads together. I have used it with year 5 and 6 classes. More able students can work independently whilst others can receive more help and guidance, e.g. providing questions to help them find the main events in chapters.
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.
Reading Log with book review sheets
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Reading Log with book review sheets

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I have used the reading log sheet for different class reading books. At the end of the book, the reading log requires children to design a new front cover, (with blurb) and to review the book. I use the two review sheets printed on two sides of a piece of paper so that the children can have their cover design and review together.
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.
Desert Island Books
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Desert Island Books

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This idea is based on Desert Island Discs. The children can choose 5 books to read whilst stranded on a desert island. They need to justify their choices. You could adapt the worksheet to change the number of books if you want to broaden the childrens' choice.
Santa's Sleigh
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Santa's Sleigh

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This idea comes from a book called 'The Art of Papercrafts' which I have had for many years. The sleighs can be a little fiddly to stick together, but they look great once they are finished. I fill them with tissue paper and some Christmas sweets for the children to take home at the end of term.
Time Zones
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Time Zones

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I have used this as part of a Space topic. After we have looked at the division of the globe into 24 time zones, they then complete this worksheet.
Plurals
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Plurals

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These two worksheets provide an introduction to the rules for turning singular nouns into plurals with some simple exercises to practise. The class can then reinforce their learning with more follow-up activities.
The Olympic Games Test
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The Olympic Games Test

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This is a multiple choice test based on the history of the Olympic Games, ending with the 2012 London games.
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.
Multiplication
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Multiplication

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A straightforward sheet of multiplication sums with answers on the second page.