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Search Area: ages 5-7,Ourselves


Page: KS14.1

Site Name: Label my body and skeleton

URL: http://www.iboard.co.uk/iwb/Label-my-Body-and-Skeleton-36

Pupil Description: TES iboard labelling activity with a twist. Construct the skeleton and drag the fader bar to check the bones are in the right place. Choose a boy's or girl's body using the buttons below the skeleton. Pupils can be asked to drag labels or type their own depending on ability and lesson objectives. Some pupils might like to label with the names of the bones rather than the body parts.

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Fun Stuff, Teacher-led

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Page: KS14.1

Site Name: Label my face

URL: http://www.iboard.co.uk/activity/Label-my-Face-35

Pupil Description: TS iboard. Click the buttons on the face to choose hair style, eyes and lips for the face. Pupils can represent themselves or simply

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Fun Stuff

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Page: KS14.1

Site Name: Eye colour pictogram creator

URL: http://www.iboard.co.uk/activity/Pictogram-Eye-Colour-549

Pupil Description: TES iboard.Collect data from the class and enter it in a pictogram. Which eye colour is the most/least common? Hold a class investigation, e.g. 'Which eye colour is the most/least common?' Invite observations and draw out conclusions from the data.

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Teacher-led

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Page: KS14.1

Site Name: Humans and animals

URL: http://www.abpischools.org.uk/page/modules/humansandanimals/index.cfm?coSiteNavigation_allTopic=1

Pupil Description: Activities designed to encourage children to think about the characteristics of a range of animals, including humans

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5

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Page: KS14.2

Site Name: Food Sorter

URL: http://www.iboard.co.uk/activity/Food-Sorter-743

Pupil Description: Place food from the shelves into the box and click 'sort'. Select a Venn diagram size and place the food labels in the sections, making labels for each.

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Fun Stuff, Teacher-led

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Page: KS14.2

Site Name: Food Types

URL: http://www.iboard.co.uk/activity/Food-Types-744

Pupil Description: TES iboard activity. Useful for looking at data in different formats and comparing foods. Examples of foods from 5 different groups appear when each food type is clicked. Drag the required item into the meal tray, and the nutritional breakdown is displayed- either as table, pie chart or graph.

Teacher Description: When you click on a food type, you will get examples. Click on them to add them to your food tray and see how the food groups add up!

Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Fun Stuff, Teacher-led

Audience: Pupil, Teacher

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Page: KS14.2

Site Name: Favourite snacks pictogram

URL: http://www.iboard.co.uk/activity/Pictogram-Most-Popular-Snack-462

Pupil Description: TES iboard activity. Ask pupils to collect data and display the information in a pictogram. The data for favourite snacks could be collected within the class, from other classes or even from home.

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Teacher-led

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Page: KS14.2

Site Name: Get in the zone

URL: http://www.getinthezone.org.uk/schools/ages-4-11/

Pupil Description: Investigate reaction times, body facts and find out whether longest legs jump farthest

Teacher Description: Investigate reaction times, body facts and find out whether longest legs jump farthest

Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Pupil top 5

Audience: Pupil, Teacher

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Page: KS14.2

Site Name: Where do medicines come from?

URL: http://www.abpischools.org.uk/page/modules/medicinesks1/medicines1.cfm?coSiteNavigation_allTopic=1

Pupil Description: This resource provides support for a series of lessons on medicines what they do and how to use them safely. It looks at how medicines are discovered, developed and tested through the eyes of a little girl called Ellie.

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5

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Page: KS14.3

Site Name: Eye colour pictogram creator

URL: http://www.iboard.co.uk/activity/Pictogram-Eye-Colour-549

Pupil Description: TES iboard.Collect data from the class and enter it in a pictogram. Which eye colour is the most/least common? Hold a class investigation, e.g. 'Which eye colour is the most/least common?' Invite observations and draw out conclusions from the data.

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Teacher-led

Audience: Teacher

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Page: KS14.3

Site Name: Comparing elephants to humans

URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0119dlp

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Teacher Description: A look at the similarities and differences between elephants and humans.

Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Pupil top 5, Watch

Audience: Pupil, Teacher

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Page: KS14.3

Site Name: Comparing facial features

URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01198w6

Pupil Description: 2 minute video clip where Italian, American, Irish and Japanese people describe the special features of their own faces.

Teacher Description: Italian, American, Irish and Japanese people describe the special features of their own faces.

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Page: KS14.3

Site Name: Sesame Street - Zoe demonstrates

URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgfmcAYuAj8

Pupil Description: 2 minute video clip of Sesame Street - Zoe demonstrates

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Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Fun Stuff, Watch

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Page: KS14.3

Site Name: Do baby animals look like their parents?

URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/z92jmp3

Pupil Description: All animals produce young which must be cared for by the parents. We see a snake and an ostrich hatching from an egg. Not all young animals look like their parents. A baby ladybird and a tadpole are shown as examples of animals which do not look like their parents

Teacher Description: Not all young animals look like their parents. A baby ladybird and a tadpole do not look like their parents

Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Pupil top 5, Watch

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Page: KS14.3

Site Name: Similarities and differences between twins

URL: http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zgm76sg

Pupil Description: This clip can be used as an example of how twins can look the same or different. It models clearly how we gain different aspects of our looks from different family members. This clip would be great to show a class if you do not have identical or non identical twins in school. A discussion could follow as to which of our features we have inherited from our mother, father or further back in the family (grandparents).

Teacher Description: This clip explains how twins can look the same or different. IWe gain different aspects of our looks from different family members.

Resource Type: Teacher top 5, Pupil top 5, Watch

Audience: Pupil, Teacher

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