PowerPoint to provide pupils practice in asking, answering and writing about what foods they like and don't like to eat. Also includes a slide to provide practice in naming foods. Suitable for year 3 onwards.
PowerPoint presentation that explains what parallel lines are, includes photographs of parallel lines in everyday life and an activity/worksheet that is differentiated three ways.
Suitable from year 3 onwards.
A report that explains the differences between mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish and invertebrates ideal for shared reading or could be adapted into a reading comprehension exercise.
Suitable for year 4 onwards,
A single-page PowerPoint featuring animals in a pet shop. Use this as a prompt for pupils to ask, answer and write about what pet they would want or not want at the pet shop. Suitable from year 3 onwards.
A single-page PowerPoint with images of breakfast foods and drinks to act as a prompt for pupils to ask, answer and write about what they like and don't like to eat for breakfast. Suitable from year 3 onwards.
Single-page PowerPoint with pictures of activities that could be carried out at home. Use as a prompt for pupils to ask, answer and write about what they like and don't like doing at home. Suitable from year 4 onwards.
A set of PowerPoint slides to aid planning the investigation. Includes pictures and information on Shara Proctor, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Greg Rutherford. Suitable from year 3 onwards. See Reading comprehension: men's world record long jump records also by joanneclarew.