Clock Hunt (Great end of year activity!)

Clock Hunt (Great end of year activity!)

Great for a rainy afternoon around school, can the children find different clocks around the classroom or hall? Great for outdoors as well! Included is children's worksheet and a series of blank clocks, allowing you to customise yourhunt further!
jamesdavidallen89
Friendship potions (A science investigation...)

Friendship potions (A science investigation...)

An editable worksheet for predictions, observations and conclusions when making friendship potions. Ingredients needed include: bicarbonate of soda, vinegar, glitter, food coloring, sequins and washing up liquid (under the names of truth, helping others etc.) Great little activity for the end of the year.
jamesdavidallen89
Hapa Zome Lesson Plan (Great end of year activity!)

Hapa Zome Lesson Plan (Great end of year activity!)

Great end of year activity to give your children something unique to remember their year by. Works with any cheap linen/cotton but I've also had success in the past using a weighted art paper or card folded up. Download contains a detailed lesson plan to follow with suggestions on everything from resources to follow up.
jamesdavidallen89
Is it Living?

Is it Living?

A simple table based worksheet allowing children to test anything they can think of to ascertain whether it is living or not. This is achieved though a series of questions. Lots of great talking points and further questioning to be had following in from this.
jamesdavidallen89
'Heavier than/Lighter than and Equal to' Activity Sheet

'Heavier than/Lighter than and Equal to' Activity Sheet

A great little starter activity to open a measurements lesson with. Can the children find items from around the classroom (or outdoors) that are more than/less than and equal to a set weight. I've had the children measure bags of rice to a certain weight to compare with previously.
jamesdavidallen89
Lego Piece Fact-file

Lego Piece Fact-file

A blank Lego fact-file that can be used throughout addition/subtraction and multiplication sessions. Children select a Lego brick from pile, draw it out and then note the array of bumps through number sentences.
jamesdavidallen89