This fun homework overview encourages children to take part in fun activities themed around jungles and rainforests. Activity suggestions include going on a leaf hunt, painting pebbles to make rainforest animal patterns, and doing some outdoor animal yoga. Children should colour in each box as they complete the activity that they have chosen to do.
Other layers of the rainforest are emergents, which are trees that grow a bit taller than the canopy; the understory, which is the bit just below the canopy; then shrubs below that; then the ground. Animals and reptiles move around the canopy by flying, jumping, swinging on vines and gliding.
These rainforest worksheets have been created or selected for their high quality of design and ability to appeal when teaching and learning about rainforests. They are free to download and use in schools and at home and they offer an excellent teaching resource for studying the topic of rainforests.
Rainforest Project homework sheet- students complete different tasks for points, we award certificates for students who reach bronze, silver or gold point levels. We set point hand-in deadlines across the term.
Rainforests This list supports the teaching of science through the topic of Rainforests. Providing ideas and resources for linking aspects around Rainforests to science topics such as: plants, habitats, food chains, adaptation, classification, sound, materials, changing state and electricity.
Rainforest Websites. Rainforest at Night A Geographic interactive website that explores the Rainforest at Night. Simply move your mouse over the page (like shining a spotlight) to discover photos and then click on the photo to learn additional facts.
All about Rainforests. Here you have information about tropical and temperate rainforests. It is designed for students of all ages. It looks at the different layers, the plants and animals, where the rainforests are and it has rainforest animal printouts.
KS1 Rainforest plants and animals; Which plants and animals can you find in the Amazon rainforest? Use these simple Key Stage 1 activities, facts and photos to answer this question and explore the habitat of the Amazon rainforest.
KS1 Amazon rainforest, Brazil package This is our complete Amazon rainforest package for Key Stage 1. In this download you’ll receive our brilliant KS1 worksheets, activities, PowerPoints and rainforest pictures, as well as the chance to introduce your class to the people who live in the Amazon rainforest. Also available for KS2.
Key Stage 1 is a phase of primary education for pupils aged 5 to 7 in England, or 6 to 8 in Northern Ireland. Design and Technology. Modern Foreign Languages. Physical Education. PSHE and.
Brazil shares a border with all but two (Chile and Ecuador) of the other 12 countries in South America. The Amazon River runs across northern Brazil. It is the second longest river in the world and carries the largest amount of water of any river in the world. Brazil is home to a part of the Amazon rainforest.
Fun teaching resources, interactives worksheets and ideas for Primary geography. Ideal EYFS, KS1 and KS2 including resources learning about the environment, maps and mapping, the rain-forest, rivers and studies of your local area.
Autumn Half Term Homework Project Outer Space The half term homework project is for all pupils at the school. The theme for this project is Outer Space. Some ideas are listed below. You can choose to do just one activity or several of them or choose your own idea altogether. The idea is you have fun doing it, as well as learning something new.
A collection of jungle themed early years teaching resources. This section includes some jungle masks taken from our masks section, which are ideal for role-play, a selection of craft activities and a variety of other jungle themed teaching resources (including our popular zoo board game).
KS1 Science learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers organised by topic.
This feature is somewhat larger than our usual features, but that is because it is packed with resources to help you develop a problem-solving approach to the teaching and learning of mathematics. Read Lynne's article which discusses the place of problem solving in the new curriculum and sets the scene.
Rainforests nearest to the equator, where the climate is very hot and wet all through the year, are evergreen because the trees can grow all of the time and so are always in leaf. They are found in South and Central America, Central Africa, Indonesia, Malaysia and the north eastern tip of Australia.
A sheet to build words and ideas to structure a poem about a journey through the rainforest.
Maths linked with topics. Thanks again to Liz Westbrook for this activity, hide the numbers, analogue times and letters around the class, children use their knowledge of analogue to digital to record the letters in the right order and to crack the code.