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The aim of this topical resource is to provide teachers of senior primary and junior secondary students with material about “saving the environment” in a practical way, suitable for the students to actually use.
Advancing Numeracy in Science makes the link between these two key curriculum areas explicit. It outlines basic numeracy principles as they apply to real scientific examples, assuming that students have little prior knowledge of them. The differentiated activities cover the four major areas of science with many relating to practical experimental work or real-world applications of scientific principles, clearly demonstrating why learning numeracy will help students in their everyday lives, as well as in their scientific studies.
The first section of this resource covers essential background terms and skills related to atlas maps. This is followed by questions and activities related to aspects of the whole world.
Awesome Atlas Activities provides engaging high interest challenges, quizzes and puzzles that support students in using the atlas.
Understanding and recognising science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in play at early childhood level.
Using simple theory-based information, Creating Wonder celebrates the use of natural and recycled materials to support children as they experience wonder from the creative play and learning opportunities that develop from using these materials.
This Design and Technology in Process series consists of six comprehensive units of work across two books. Each unit is prefaced by teacher support material, ideas for classroom organisation, equipment notes, starter activities and assessment suggestions. Choose a book option below to LOOK INSIDE:
A structured learning programme for students who have a language background other than English. The English, Maths and Science activities are centered on key environmental concepts.
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Find your Way Around Maps contains a wealth of fun and challenging activities that will help your students to become expert map readers!
These two photocopiable resource books provide information and engaging activity-based challenges that will enable students to develop an understanding of a range of key historical topics, movements and events. Each topic is presented as a question. Choose a single book option below to LOOK INSIDE.
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