A range of Loch Ness Monster activities to bring into the classroom and to get the children thinking about reliable and non reliable sources of information. These different sources of information help us to form our own opinion. Download 1 & 2: Time line of facts which can be discussed and then added into the blank time line template. The children can then draw a picture corresponding to what happened in that year. Download 3: Different types of evidence that has been found of Nessie. Some are more reliable than others. How does this help you form an opinion? Can you trust everything you see/hear? Download 4: Worksheet of what the children think Nessie looks like. At the side of the box there is different types of “sightings” and the children can select a few which helps then form a vision of what Nessie looks like. Download 5: The first two verses of ‘Too Messy for Nessie’ by Donald Nelson which the children can then complete following a similar rhyme scheme and topic.
The aim of this worksheet is for the children to create the amount shown in the left hand column, in as little coins/notes as possible. This tests the children on their monetary value awareness. Use alongside coins and notes to help the children visually see the amount they are making. These were used in a P3/4 class with the top two groups. The highest group included both £10 and £5 notes as well so add a degree of difficulty.
A quiz with simple questions surrounding Robert Burns / Burns night. Good AiFL strategy to use in a lessons plenary or to round up a topic.
This CV template can be used for a writing lesson or for a pre writing lesson plan. It allows children to see and use the structure of writing a CV and what information it requires. For higher children who require more support, the second template provides prompts to help them write in full sentences. This can be used in conjunction with a class topic or novel to make it more interesting.
Blank daily management plan which can be used to ensure the learning of the lesson is clear and can be used to aid substitute teachers if you are out of class for any reason.