My Favourite Book activity can be used as a homework task. Pupils use worksheet to create a poster on their favourite book best printed off at A3.
Choice of Fiction and Non-fiction format.
Book reports are similar format but slightly harder, can be used as extension tasks during literacy.
This pack of three worksheets focuses on sexual reproduction in plants, perfect for GCSE students or could be used with able KS3 pupils.
The pack includes:
- Worksheet 1: Covers the structure of insect-pollinated flowers and the functions of the key parts of the flower. Great for students to familiarise themselves with the flower's structure and function of the main parts. Sheet is supplied in both colour and grayscale.
- Worksheet 2: Allows students to recognise the key differences between the structure of insect-pollinated and wind-pollinated flowers and how flower structure is suited to the method of pollination.
- Worksheet 3: Allows students to understand how fertilisation occurs once pollination had taken place.
All worksheets are provided with an answer sheet, perfect for non-specialists teaching Biology.
This worksheet is Parallel Lines Angles Questions in a fun and engaging way. Work out the missing angles for the computer programmer using everything you know about parallel lines and their angle properties. Extension questions provided. Ideal for KS3 and GCSE students. Now includes answers! (By request)
Do you want to bring a historic period or event to life? Let Hollywood help. Red Tails is rated PG13 and is a great film that follows the story of some of the first African Americans to participate in combat during World War II.
This movie will bring to life some of the struggles associated with fighting a war. As students get to know the characters, you will have many opportunities to make many connections or refer back to their stories.
This lesson includes an answer key and 50 questions that guide your students through the action. You will have to purchase the movie. The run time is 127 minutes.