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Curriculum-linked resources to help you teach Science and Geography at key stages 1 and 2. The pack also contains activities linked to schemes of work for English and Citizenship at KS2.
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Use these discussion cards to introduce or conclude each of the Fish & Kids topics. The cards have a full colour photograph on the front and lots of teaching ideas on the back; including stories, discussion ideas, debate questions and class activities.
Love fish? Explains how fish are eaten all over the world, and will help introduce the Fish & Kids project.
Download this assembly plan and tailor it to meet the needs of your school.
It's a great way to introduce the Fish & Kids project as part of a whole-school approach to ocean life, the environment, sustainable living and healthy eating.
Feel the spray, smell the salt and put all hands on deck!
This slideshow contains some dramatic images to give children an idea of what it's like to be a fisher on the high seas. Teachers' notes are provided. Open the slideshow in PowerPoint, click View and select Notes Page from the list to see the guidance notes.
Yum or yuk! Most children love eating fish fingers, but they might not be so keen to try fresh mackerel or pollack.
This PowerPoint slideshow looks at some of the different ways you can eat fish, how you can buy it and why fish is good for you. Teachers' notes are provided.
The aim of this activity sheet is for children to find out more about sandwiches and healthy eating. It fits in with the Design & Technology curriculum at KS1&2, and is designed to support Unit 3B of the QCA scheme of work: Sandwich snacks.
The accompanying lesson plan suggests activities suitable for varying abilities.
Download this colourful picture of Murdock holding the MSC eco-label.
It can be used to liven up class displays and to help children design and make posters, adverts or even their own food packaging.
Download a black and white picture of Murdock suitable to print out and photocopy for children to colour in.
Why not use the pictures to decorate your classroom or brighten up your school canteen?