All Up to 15 mins articles – Page 10

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    Things that go!

    Colour the pictures and fill in the blanks to learn about different modes of transport.

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    Stephenson's rocket

    Join the dots and then colour the picture to complete this 1829 prize-winning locomotive. (Answers available to download separately.)

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    Old and new

    This activity sheet teaches young learners how technology has changed as they match the new objects to their predecessors.

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    Full steam ahead

    Which train does the coal belong to? Learn about the earliest steam engines in this fun Science Museum activity.

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    Dot-to-dot plane

    An activity sheet to join the dots to find out what’s flying through the air and then colour the picture.

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    What's in space?

    An activity sheet for children to count the numbers of stars, planets, astronauts and rockets, and then colour the picture.

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    The Sun, the Moon and the Earth

    A worksheet with a labelling and true/false exercise which teaches the relative positions of the Sun, the Moon and planet Earth and the orbits they travel.

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    Space crossword

    Pupils fill in the crossword to discover five things you might find in space.

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    Blast off!

    Find out what’s shooting through space and then colour the picture in this fun Science Museum activity sheet.

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    Space wordsearch

    Can you find the 20 space words and phrases in the grid?

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    Where food comes from

    In this lesson plan, pupils complete a chart deciding which food we get from animals and which we get from plants. A matching and sentence-completion activity consolidates food vocabulary and the key phrase ‘come(s) from’.

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    Food preservation and recipes

    What foods should go in the fridge, freezer and cupboard? What do we need to make salad, sandwiches, ice cream and cake? (Yum.) Get your pupils to show off their culinary knowledge in these fun group activities.

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    Food nutrition

    What are the six main categories of vitamins? Which foods contain them and what do they do for our bodies? Find out by looking at vitamin posters and completing a food diary in this lesson plan.

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    Food groups

    In this lesson plan, a useful food pyramid clearly shows young learners the major food groups. Learners colour different areas of the pyramid, underline food vocabulary and answer true/false questions on what is and isn’t good for us.

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    Which internal organ is which?

    A lesson plan with engaging matching exercise created in partnership with London’s Science Museum.

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    Which bones go where?

    Where in the body do these bones belong? A lesson plan with fun matching and colouring exercise to teach about the body.

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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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    Sound and light

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