We all have a choice in the food we eat and making students aware of the quality of their food and the impact it can have on their health is very important, especially with the increase in obesity.Learning Outcomes: Students will have gained an understanding of the choices they make about the food they eat.
Making pupils aware of the quality of the food they eat and the impact on their health, is very important, especcially with the rise in obesity. The sorting and domino games will give pupils a great understanding of the content of some of their food and can be a starting point for discussion on healthy eating.Learning Outcomes: Pupils will have gaind an understanding of the fat, sugar and fiber content of the food they eat.
Henry VIII was a king of major importance and his relationships to his wives helped to shape Britain. This is why we have developed this activity for students to familiarise themselves with his six wives and their role in history. If you develop your own activities around this theme please share them by sending them to the address below for expanding our library. Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to recall the six wives of Henry VIII and some facts about them.
The aims of this activity are to encourage pupils to know wether they should use ‘how much?’ or ‘how many?’ when describing a quantity. They will also use the language of justification to describe their reasoning.Learning Outcomes: Pupils will have developed the mathematical vocabulary relating to describing a quantity. They will also have practised their reasoning skills.
This is an activity to help build vocabulary and enhance creative writing skills. In the context of a connect four game, students are challenged to substitute commonly used adjectives with more interesting ones.Learning Outcomes: Students will have developed their literacy skills by expanding their vocabulary to include a wider variety of adjectives.
Macbeth is one of the most popular Shakespeare plays studied by many students. This matching game is a fun way to help student to gain a deeper understanding of the characters and of the key events within the first act of the play. Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to demonstrate a greater understanding of the first act of the play and will be able to work collaboratively.This activity is part of the Macbeth Pack
This activity will help students to chart the changes in Macbeth’s feelings using quotes from the play and it will reinforce knowledge of Macbeth.Learning Outcomes: Students will gain a deeper understanding of the emotions and feelings of Macbeth throughout the play and they will be able to work together to discuss their ideas.This activity is part of the Macbeth Pack
Macbeth is one of the most popular Shakespeare plays studied by many students. This game has been devised to help students to memorise the characters within the play.Learning Outcomes: Students will have reinforced their knowledge of the main characters and some of the key events within the play.This activity is part of the Macbeth Pack
Macbeth is one of the most popular Shakespeare plays that many students study. To give them a greater understanding of the play we have focused on the main characters in a fun game of Connect Four with a twist.Learning Outcomes: Students will have gained a better understanding of the main characters in the play.This activity is part of the Macbeth Pack
It is important to develop students’ learning and understanding of mathematical vocabulary and reinforce that learning. In this activity students will identify maths words by matching them to other words with the same meaning.Learning Outcomes: Pupils will be able to recognise a variety of maths words and have an increased understanding of their meaning.