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Goldtopfox provides a range of primary school teaching resources, covering all areas of the curriculum. Starting with some of our favourite play scripts and lessons, we will be adding more fun, interesting and useful resources on a regular basis.

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Goldtopfox provides a range of primary school teaching resources, covering all areas of the curriculum. Starting with some of our favourite play scripts and lessons, we will be adding more fun, interesting and useful resources on a regular basis.
The Human Eye - a Primary Science Lesson
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The Human Eye - a Primary Science Lesson

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A fully resourced KS2 science lesson about the human eye and how we see. The lesson contains a teaching PowerPoint, full planning and differentiated tasks (challenge and extra support). The resource explores how we see things, then focuses on the different parts of the eye and their functions. The independent tasks for the children also link to these themes. Please note: some video links are included in the sessions, which should always be assessed for suitability prior to use! Includes: *Teacher PowerPoint presentation *2 differentiated eye labelling task sheets (lower and middle/higher ability) *3 differentiated eye part functions task sheets (lower, middle & higher ability) *Full planning, linked to science curriculum Please see the Goldtopfox shop for more great teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
Edward Jenner and smallpox (KS2 science)
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Edward Jenner and smallpox (KS2 science)

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The lesson focuses on exploring the famous work of Edward Jenner in helping to develop a vaccine for smallpox. It also provides opportunity to discuss how science has helped us in the fight against serious diseases. Full differentiation is built into the independent task, with challenge activities and support sheets for those who need them. The flexibility of the lesson means that I have been able to use it in Years 3 to 6, but it could also be easily adapted for younger children. Includes: *Teacher PowerPoint presentation *2 differentiated activity sheets *Full planning, linked to science curriculum Please note: some video links are included in the sessions, which should always be assessed for suitability prior to use! Please see the Goldtopfox shop for more useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox
The human eye primary science worksheets
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The human eye primary science worksheets

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2 worksheets for use in a KS2 lesson about the parts of the human eye: *Labelling key parts of the eye *Explaining what different parts of the eye do These worksheets are a small segment of a full lesson on the human eye, which covers light sources, how we see and the functions of the parts of the eye. The full lesson, which also includes a teaching PowerPoint, differentiated task sheets and full planning, can be found in my TES shop here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/the-human-eye-a-primary-science-lesson-11516052
'Next Stop... Mars!' a Primary School Play Script About a Journey to Mars (script only)
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'Next Stop... Mars!' a Primary School Play Script About a Journey to Mars (script only)

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A full and original primary show play script, which can be used in a variety of teaching and performance areas. It is a momentous moment in the history of space travel - the first manned mission to Mars! A group of (mostly) highly trained astronauts leads us on a thrilling journey to the 'Red Planet', complete with fascinating facts, dramatic action and dreams of alien life. Together, we learn about the reasons why people are so interested in Mars, including hopes for sustaining life there, as well as how difficult life can be for an astronaut. Of course, not all astronauts are as focused and scientific as others... This is a fun and educational story, which is enjoyable for children to read and perform, as well as being straightforward for teachers to organise and direct. In addition, the show incorporates a number of cross curricular themes, linking directly to the following topic: IPC Milepost 3 unit, 'Mission to Mars' This product includes a show script only. Please note: an alternative version of this show is also available, containing full production notes, teaching ideas, a supporting PowerPoint and all sound effects and music files. This can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-next-stop-mars-a-primary-school-play-script-about-a-journey-to-mars-with-all-music-and-sounds-11472128 Key information: Age range: 8-13 Show running time: approx. 30-40 mins Number of parts: up to 30+ The show is designed for a class or year group performance (or as a great way to begin/end a topic) and contains differentiated roles, in order to allow for inclusion of pupils of all abilities.
'There was an Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe' KS1 primary school play script
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'There was an Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe' KS1 primary school play script

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A full and original primary show play script, which can be used in a variety of teaching and performance areas. Mrs. Laces and her many children are a strange bunch...but, then again, what else would you expect from a family that lives in an enormous shoe? Despite their unusual lifestyle and their worries about the dangerous animals that live nearby, they are a happy lot and are not even remotely interested in upgrading to a brick-built dwelling. However, when the youngest daughter wanders off one day, Mrs. Laces has to make a very brave decision indeed. This is a fun and educational story, which is enjoyable for children to read and perform, as well as being straightforward for teachers to organise and direct. In addition, the show incorporates a number of cross-curricular themes, linking directly to the following topics: • The 'Habitats' topic in the UK science curriculum • The IPC Milepost 1 science units 'Earth - our home', 'I'm Alive' and 'Live and let live' Key information: Age range: 5-7 Show running time: 30-45 mins Number of speaking parts: up to 30+ The show is designed for a class, year group or whole school performance (or as a great way to begin/end a topic) and contains differentiated roles, in order to allow for inclusion of pupils of all abilities. Please see other 'Goldtopfox' TES resources for a full package for this show, including all music and sound effects.
'There was an Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe' KS2 primary school play script
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'There was an Old Woman who Lived in a Shoe' KS2 primary school play script

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A full and original primary show play script, which can be used in a variety of teaching and performance areas. Mrs. Laces and her many children are a strange bunch...but, then again, what else would you expect from a family that lives in an enormous shoe? Despite their unusual lifestyle and their worries about the dangerous animals that live nearby, they are a happy lot and are not even remotely interested in upgrading to a brick-built dwelling. However, when the youngest daughter wanders off one day, Mrs. Laces has to make a very brave decision indeed. This is a fun and educational story, which is enjoyable for children to read and perform, as well as being straightforward for teachers to organise and direct. In addition, the show incorporates a number of cross-curricular themes, linking directly to the following topics: • The 'Habitats' topic in the UK science curriculum • The IPC Milepost 2 science units 'Do you Live Around Here?' and 'Land, sea and sky' Key information: Age range: 7-11 Show running time: 45-60 mins Number of speaking parts: up to 30+ The show is designed for a class, year group or whole school performance (or as a great way to begin/end a topic) and contains differentiated roles, in order to allow for inclusion of pupils of all abilities. Please see other 'Goldtopfox' TES resources for a full package for this show, including all music and sound effects.
Full week of lessons KS2
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Full week of lessons KS2

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An emergency lesson pack for those busy times of year, which contains up to 18 separate lessons. This is ideal for a report writing or parents' evening week, when you may have less time to organise and prepare your regular teaching. I have used the lessons in Years 4 & 5, but they can be adapted to other ages too. Each lesson is fully resourced and differentiated with teacher PowerPoints, independent tasks and full planning provided. Answer sheets are also included, as is a set of maths column addition homework sheets. The bundle includes: *Up to 5 English lessons (creative writing) *4 maths lessons (written addition and multiplication methods) *2 science lessons (Edward Jenner and the human eye) *1 history lesson (famous women in history) * A set of 5 mental maths lessons *1 E-safety lesson about digital footprints Please see the Goldtopfox for a full range of useful teaching resources: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/goldtopfox