All Children articles – Page 15

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    Bones, muscles and joints

    A lesson plan with labelling and information gap activities to teach about the human body, including key vocabulary words.

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    The five senses I

    This lesson plan teaches the five senses, parts of the body and the auxiliary verb can .

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    Muscles and bones

    A lesson plan with matching and information gap activities to introduce the human muscle and bone system.

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    The digestive system I

    This lesson plan introduces the digestive system and its main components.

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    The senses

    This worksheet links studying the senses with parts of the body and perception. Pupils match pictures to words and complete speech bubbles to learn important verbs such as: taste, look, sound and feel.

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    Parts of the body

    Worksheet to consolidate different body parts via a labelling activity and an exercise which gets learners thinking which body parts connect to which.

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    Body parts and movement

    Run! Jump! Kick! Throw! Catch! In this lesson plan, your class will not only learn these action verbs but also discover which muscles and body parts we use to perform these actions. Activities that are guaranteed to get the class moving.

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    What's at sea?

    Which form of energy is moving the boat through the water? A lesson plan for young learners to find the boats powered by wind, humans and steam.

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    Answers

    This worksheet contains answers to the ’What’s at sea?’, ’Energy codebreaker’, and ’Save some for me!’ activities.

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    Sound and light

    A lesson plan with colouring-in and classifying activities that facilitate pupils’ understanding of loud/quiet sounds and natural/artificial light.

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    Solar energy

    This lesson plan contains code-breaking and other activities to teach the origins and uses of solar energy.

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    Save some for me!

    Where do we get our energy from? In this lesson plan, pupils learn about renewable and non-renewable resources.

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    Matter

    A worksheet with experiments to introduce the main properties and types of matter.

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    Light it up!

    Which of these objects is a conductor? This is a worksheet with a fun Science Museum game about electricity.

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    Heat

    A lesson plan with labelling and other activities to teach about heat transfer and changes of state.

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    Hamster power

    Which light bulb will the hamster power? In this worksheet, these fun, furry creatures teach young learners about energy.

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    Grammar focus: Energy

    In this lesson plan, pupils classify countable and uncountable nouns while learning vocabulary words such as ‘solar panels’ and ‘petroleum’. The activities are suitable for pupils to complete individually or together as a class.

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    Energy

    Activities to teach pupils about the different types of energy, including renewable versus non-renewable sources.

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    Electricity

    A lesson plan to teach young learners about electrical circuits and to demonstrate how light bulbs work.

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    Venn diagrams

    How many pupils are afraid of snakes but not of spiders? What share of the class likes strawberry ice cream? In this lesson plan, pupils read a text then complete a Venn diagram and pie charts. Warm up activities and project ideas engage young learners by encouraging them to discuss ...