Jamess Spiller

Jamess Spiller

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Young Writers have promoted poetry and creative writing within schools and poetry competitions for the past 18 years.

Good kids poetry site with definitions and examples of many types of poems, Young Writers have promoted poetry and creative writing within schools and poetry competitions for the past 18 years.

Perfect for using after guided reading to assess pupil's understanding of the book.

Teacher's Pet - Self assessment fans - FREE Classroom Display Resource - EYFS, self assessment, fans, traffic light

I need to consider how this could be incorporated into my Power of Reading display in such away that children are able to post their own stickies, either about the class text or based from their own reading.

Reading anchor chart: Post-its make you smart (when used thoughtfully). I knew I loved sticky notes for a reason!

17 Things You Should Know About DNA!

17 Things you should know about DNA (Infographic). It's the basic building block of all life but what do you really know about it? See how you compare to other humans and crack the genetic code with this informative infographic.

These two men had the same name, were sentenced to the same prison and look like twins. However, they were not related but are the reason that fingerprints are now used when fighting crime. (quote from CDAN)

In these two men had the same name, Will/William West, were sentenced to the same prison and look like twins. However, they were not related but are the reason that fingerprints are now used when fighting crime. (quote from CDAN)

Solve CSI Mysteries Using Science.Enjoy detective games and activities for kids that challenge you to solve a range of interesting CSI mysteries using science.

chalk chromatography

Separate Colors by Chalk Chromatography: These chalk chromatogaphy examples were made using chalk with ink and food coloring.

Rosalind Franklin, provided crucial information of the molecular structure of DNA to Crick and Watson.

Rosalind Franklin at work in a London laboratory. Her contribution to the understanding of the DNA structure has now been acknowledged, but at the time did not receive full recognition.