Jack and the Beanstalk - Story pictures to sequence / Character Profiles: Set of pictures to sequence the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. Comes with set of captions to stick with each picture (and a set of captions with missing words) Character profiles for the Giant, Jack and the old lady from the story. Sack and the Jeanstalk story - correct the initial sounds activity - suitable for whole class work.
Helping Plants Grow Well Double Sided Fact Sheet: A4 fact sheet to support the teaching of this topic (3B). One side includes key information with picture support and clearly printed text while the other side has a glossary of appropriate vocabulary.
A collection of resources for Jack and the Beanstalk. Includes a storybook style PowerPoint presentation (you will need to click the pages for text and images to appear), a retelling the story PowerPoint with supporting wordbank (this file is best saved as a pps file as it is designed to be viewed and used this way), a themed vocabulary mat, 2 workbooks (with supporting symbols) and 3 other printables that can be used in the classroom to support work based on this story.
A collection of worksheets with Front Page News!!! - All with a traditional tales/nursery rhyme theme. Different font styles but all similar layout: Room for date, reporter's name and report. Jack and the Beanstalk report included
Plants and Trees: This book contains information about UK plants and trees. Pupils can either listen to or read the text. The links in the text will navigate to other pages containing related items. Click on the 'eye' to see a pop-up of a feature with its definition.
A growing activity with seeds, using light and water as variables. Drag the seeds into the seedbed between the shed and the tree. How can you keep the flower growing? What conditions are important for growth? Discuss the variables on the screen and their effects on growth. Where does the water go?
This glossary contains information about plants and trees and can be used in conjunction with a range of other related TESiboard activities. Pupils can learn about specific features of plants and trees by browsing the glossary items. Key items have additional information pop-ups that can be printed to support non-fiction topic work and displays.