This content area reading activity, ‘All About Magnets’ is a science based reading comprehension exercise encouraging students to understand the nature of a summary.
This content area reading activity, ‘Blowing in the Wind’ is a science based reading comprehension exercise encouraging students to recognise the process of cause and effect in writing.
This Decorative Page Border, ‘Digger’ is a single page border that can be reproduced for classroom use.
These Bulletin Board Trimmers, ‘Digger’ are a set of narrow bulletin border trimmers for use in classroom displays.
These Bulletin Board Trimmers, ‘Digger’ are a set of wide bulletin border trimmers for use in classroom displays.
This physical science worksheet, ‘How Can It Help Me?’ asks students to consider and record how a variety of everyday tools are used.
This physical science worksheet, ‘How Strong is a Magnet?’ supports students to compare different kinds of magnets.
This physical science worksheet, ‘Make a Magnet’ shows students how to make a magnet from simple materials.
This environmental science worksheet, ‘Make a Windmill’ supports students to follow the instructions to make their own windmill. It supports an understanding of science in daily life.
This hands-on activity, ‘Make Awesome Paper Planes’ provides step-by-step instructions for students to make a paper glider, a paper fighter jet and a paper helicopter. It includes a list of equipment needed and is a fun and creative classroom activity.
This physical science worksheet, ‘Sticky Magnets’ supports students to test, observe and record the way items react to a magnet. It supports an understanding of magnets.
This reading comprehension exemplar, ‘The History of Kites’ provides a model of a completed reading comprehension worksheet. It is aimed at increasing students’ awareness of semantics and encourages them to draw conclusions, think about the main idea and think about text conventions, such as bold letters to help the reader find information easily.
This report, ‘The Power of the Wind’ describes the history, function and uses of windmills over time. It compares wind with fossil fuels as a source of energy. It provides opportunities for students to practise vocabulary and comprehension skills. Answer sheet provided with file download.
This physical science worksheet, ‘Things We Push and Pull’ asks students to determine the forces used to make a variety of objects move.
This physical science worksheet, ‘Tools that Help Us’ asks students to identify and write about everyday objects. It supports an understanding of simple machines.
This physical science worksheet, ‘What Can You Do With Snips?’ asks students to consider and record the ways they can use a simple tool in a variety of settings.
This analysing text worksheet ‘What Time Is It?’ supports students to use various strategies to understand a narrative text about the history of clocks. It is aimed at encouraging students to deconstruct the text in order to gain a deeper understanding of its purpose, to recall specific details from the text and to look critically …More