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A teaching presentation comparing different forces involved in play.
A poster to use with young students when teaching similes.
A science experiment which investigates the relationship between friction and the properties of various materials.
A worksheet to use when getting to know students.
A worksheet to use when students need writing inspiration for a narrative piece.
Build number sense skills with this set of 20 task cards.
A fun Easter craft activity using an Easter bunny with funky glasses.
An Easter craft activity where students decorate an egg with faces and accessories.
A large printable colouring sheet for your whole class.
50 activities in one booklet which all revolve around learning grammar in the classroom.
Words associated with Easter in a word search that the students can colour in when they have finished.
A set of 17 task cards with instructions for classroom mindfulness activities.
This English unit addresses the purpose, structure and language features of the procedure text type.
This Physical Sciences unit addresses the concept of heat energy, including heat sources, heat transfer, thermal conductors and thermal insulators.
This Physical Sciences unit addresses the concepts of light and sound and how they are sensed.
This Earth and Space Sciences unit addresses the celestial bodies of the sun, Earth and moon. It explores their sizes, shapes, positions and movements and the interactions between them.
This English unit addresses common poetic devices such as sound play, word play and imagery and explores how these may be applied to narrative poetry.
This numeracy unit addresses telling time to the minute, the relationship between units of time, converting between units of time and using ‘am’ and ‘pm’ notation to solve simple time problems.
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