This is a 12 week “Science Trivia” programme intended for use in middle and senior classes. It consists of a new science fact to read about each day of the 12 weeks of the programme. The facts cover different areas of science and should be interesting or fascinating to pupils.
Next week is Science Week 2023 and as usual it is a great time to celebrate the week with a Table Quiz. This resource comprises six rounds of six questions, a Tie-Break round, Science Jokes between rounds and answers to all questions on 136 Powerpoint slides. It is geared towards pupils in the middle part of the school, roughly 1st to 3rd/4th class.
This newly updated resource for Science Week is aimed at focusing the pupils on the idea of “Fair Testing” and what it means in a scientific sense. The series of 17 posters outlines the steps to be taken in order to ensure that fair tests are conducted in the classroom.
This resource consists of a set of 18 A4 sized posters to create a display of Science Equipment, just in time for Science Week. Each poster has a science-themed colourful border, an image of the piece of equipment and a word label at the bottom of the page.
This Visual Arts lesson would be perfect to integrate with an SESE History lesson on the Normans, probably in middle standards. It allows pupils to design and decorate their own Norman shields using art concepts like line, shape and colour. These shields look well when displayed together in a 3D format against a display board.
Next week is Science Week 2023 and as usual it is a great time to celebrate the week with a Table Quiz. This resource comprises eight rounds of six questions, a Tie-Break round, Science Jokes between rounds and answers to all questions on 173 Powerpoint slides. It is geared towards pupils in the middle/senior end of the school.
This book is perfect for any Irish soccer fan. It celebrates 50 years of Ireland’s women’s national team, from their first major tournament to the women’s World Cup in 2023. This book is filled with player profiles, photos and facts about each of the girls on the Irish team. read more…
Dolch words are a list of 220 “service words” developed in the 1940s by William Dolch. They consist of a series of eleven sets of words which are considered to be vocabulary which occurs most frequently in children’s reading material. This resource contains each set of Dolch words on a single page with a Science theme, suitable to be used during Science Week.
This lesson is aimed at older pupils and can be integrated with work on symmetry in maths as it shows in a very visual way this mathematical concept. It could also be integrated into a “sea” theme in the classroom. This lesson is also good for giving pupils experience in mixing colours as it introduces pupils to the idea of hints, tints and hues when mixing paints.
This resource is aimed at infant pupils or SEN pupils at the beginning of work on phonics. It is based on their knowledge of CVC words with medial O. The resource could be used as a teaching tool or alternatively, it could be used as a form of assessment. There are 12 CVC Word cards for pupils to match the word with the picture.