Fur, feathers and scales - pet skin sorting

Fur, feathers and scales - pet skin sorting

Pet cards and skin texture boards. Children to sort the cards onto the correct board, depending on which skin type they have. Can provoke discussion around why animals have certain skins (temperature regulation, protection, sensory needs). Could also introduce camouflage.
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We're going on a sound hunt

We're going on a sound hunt

To be used alongside a practical sound hunt, listening to sounds in the environment. Using sound vocabulary, such as quiet and loud, other words can easily be substituted. A short song/rhyme has been included at the end, to recap that sounds are heard by the ears, one of the 5 senses.
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How to deal with children stealing

How to deal with children stealing

A powerpoint designed to be used in assembly or in class for PSHE/PSED. Discussion point on what stealing is, to consider the consequences of stealing, and think of others’ feelings.
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Grid co-ordinates

Grid co-ordinates

Simple 4x4 grids with columns labelled A to D and rows labelled 1 to 4. Images of superheroes, 2D shapes, dinosaurs and Mickey Mouse characters to find the grid co-ordinates for. Children to remember to write the x-axis first and then the y-axis. The first two grids are very simple with 4 image co-ordinates to record, the next two have either 6 or 9 co-ordinates to record.
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Beans

Beans

A variety of activities taken from different (mainly American) websites on beans. 1. Maths ideas (sorting, matching, counting, capacity and pouring, estimation, time and change, measuring, direction) 2. Growing beans and bean sprouts 3. Collages, songs and music 4. Drama Great ideas to go alongside Jack and the Beanstalk
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EYFS PSRN/ Maths staff training

EYFS PSRN/ Maths staff training

PowerPoint written to be delivered to staff in the Early Years about the development and progression of core mathematical skills and concepts. Covers counting, subitising, calculating, language of number, early addition. Very useful for improving subject knowledge, and for use when assessing children's ability levels and next steps.
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What's my 3D shape?

What's my 3D shape?

Questions and answers about 3D shapes. Designed to be used as a interactive display with question on the outside. Lift the flap to discover the answer. Common 3D shapes: sphere, cone, cube, cuboid, cylinder, triangular prism, square-based pyramid, triangular-based pyramid
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What is Holi?

What is Holi?

An introduction (based on Scholastic's Festival Facts Holi) ton the Hindu festival of Holi. To be used in conjunction with the story of Prahlad and Holika. Holi is the festival of colours, and is celebrated with the throwing of coloured powder and water.
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