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Primary Resources - FREE for Early Years (EYFS) KS1 & KS2

Primary Resources - FREE for Early Years (EYFS) KS1 & KS2
Related:  Didactique de l'anglaisResources for young learners

Stories About People (Biographies) in Easy-to-Understand English There are 265 fifteen-minute MP3 files and 11 shorter MP3 files. That is about 66 hours of listening. Activists & People Important to Social Reform Betty Friedan - Women's RightsCesar Chavez - Labor ActivistFrederick Douglass - African-Americans's RightsJane Jacobs - Activist, Writer, Moral Thinker And EconomistLabor Leaders: Samuel Gompers, John L. Lewis, Walter Reuther, A. Philip Randolph, and Cesar ChavezMargaret Sanger - Led the Fight for Birth Control for WomenMartin Luther King, Jr. - Part 1- African-Americans's RightsMartin Luther King, Jr. - Part 2Molly BrownRosa Parks - - African-Americans's RightsSamuel Gompers - 'The Grand Old Man of Labor'Susan B. Artists Athletes (People Who Do Sports) Business & Industry Henry Ford - Part 1 - Automobiles / CarsHenry Ford - Part 2Katharine Graham - Owner and Publisher of The Washington PostMadam C.J. Entertainers Health Inventors, Designers, Developers, Explorers, ... Journalists Musicians Native Americans / American Indians Old West Pilots Politicians

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Primary History - Famous People - Famous Monarchs Play to Learn Preschool: Spelling our Names Recently we posted some of the ways that we help our preschool students practice writing their names. Writing is not the only thing we do with names, though! Another important activity is learning to spell our names. We sing lots of songs and rhymes with our names, and these are 10 of our favorite ways to practice them during centers: Name Puzzles Write the child's name on a piece of cardstock. Sentence Strip Matching Program sentence strips with each child's name. In September we used apples and in October we used leaves. Star and basic shapes work well any time of year. In My Name vs. Print a sorting mat and provide a bowl of letter manipulatives. Letter Beads We have a set of Learning Resources beads that the students use to make name necklaces. Pattern Block Letters We love these amazing free printables from Confessions of a Homeschooler. Magnet Center We use our magnetic white board to practice lots of skills, including spelling our names. Clothespin Dinosaurs Clothespin Folders

DSDEN23 Pédagogie L'enseignement d'une Langue Vivante (ELV) est désormais obligatoire dès le CE1 , une initiation étant proposée au CP. Cet enseignement présente des spécificités qu'il faut maîtriser pour réaliser l'objectif d'amener les élèves en fin de cycle 3, au niveau A1 du Cadre Européen.... Nous proposons ici des réponses aux professeurs des écoles qui débutent en ELV à partir de 3 questions clés : Comment faire ? Débuter Préparer des séances Gérer les difficultés : Enseigner dans une classe multi-niveaux (des pistes pour gérer l'ELVE dans une classe de cycle 3 ou une classe unique) La place de l'écrit (comment gérer les compétences de compréhension écrite et d'expression écrite tout au long du cycle 3...) Évaluer en Langue Vivante (des pistes pour évaluer toutes les compétences, selon le niveau, selon les exigences du programme) Activités orales en classe de langue (développer et mettre en jeu les compétences orales à travers des activités simples) Quels contenus ? Quels supports ? Évaluation

20 Science Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers I’ve been sharing a lot of simple science experiments for kids on my facebook page lately, and the response from you guys has been terrific! Wow! You really love your science, don’t you? Well guess what! 20 science activities for toddlers and preschoolers Set up a colour laboratory with water, bubbles and an assortment of containers and fine motor instruments. Watch a bar of Ivory soap expand to 6 times its size in a minute and a half! A few rocks, a jar and a small toy animal are fun for teaching kids about water displacement. Kids can practice spelling their name or simply create stunning pictures with this salt, glue and watercolour experiment. Watch and learn how salt helps to melt ice in the following FANTASTIC activities! Kids AND adults will absolutely love blowing these GIANT homemade bubbles! Watch a the slow process of a grape turning into a raisin. Puffy Painting: Kids can watch their paintings go from flat to fluffy in a matter of seconds in the microwave. Happy Experimenting!

Canopé de l'académie de Dijon - Anglais en primaire Vous enseignez l’anglais en cycle 2 ou cycle 3 et vous souhaitez gagner en aisance à l’oral ? Ces trois magistères, réalisables en 1h30 vous aideront à acquérir une meilleure prononciation en anglais. M@gistère : Développer ses compétences phonologiques pour enseigner l’anglais au cycle 2 Formez votre oreille aux phonèmes anglais qui posent le plus de difficultés avec les dispositifs d’écoute et entraînez-vous à les reproduire avec le système d’enregistrement. Avec ce parcours, vous disposez non seulement d’un outil de formation, mais aussi d’un ensemble de ressources (flashcards et posters à télécharger, suggestion d’activités…) à utiliser en classe avec vos élèves. En savoir plus M@gistère : Développer ses compétences phonologiques pour enseigner l’anglais au cycle 3 Ce magistère s’inscrit dans la continuité du précédent. En savoir plus M@gistère : Accentuations et intonations en anglais aux cycles 2 et 3 En savoir plus

Rainbow Dyed Daisies I love daisies. Their sweet summer faces always delight me as they freckle the fields. I thought it might be fun to use that daisy white as a palette for a rainbow of colors. My littlest and I really enjoyed watching them change color over time. Best part... it's super simple. Gather up some daisies. Cut the daisy stems below water at an angle and cut them fairly short, so the dye has less to travel up. Place 10-20 drops of food coloring into a small vase or jar (or we used tall shot glasses). Add warm water to the dye and place your daisies in their new colored drink! Leave them overnight and wake up to a rainbow!! Can you tell I was in love with this project?! So pretty. In daisy love,

Gestion de classe LA BALANCE ROBERVAL ET "L'ECHELLE DE LA COLERE" ou ... QUELQUES OUTILS POUR L’AUTORITE DU PROFESSEUR Bernard THERY, professeur (lycée St-Rémi, Roubaix.) et formateur à l’I.F.P., 60, bd Vauban, Lille. Remarques préliminaires : 1) Contrairement à ce que certains pensent ou prétendent, on peut, aujourd'hui comme hier, obtenir le silence dans une classe de collège ou de lycée. Encore faut-il LE VOULOIR, LE DEMANDER et prendre les moyens pour L'OBTENIR. Pour avoir de l’autorité, il faut d’abord le ... Et pour le vouloir, il faut en comprendre les enjeux : permettre à tous, y compris aux plus faibles qui ont besoin de temps et de silence pour comprendre, de réussir. Il ne s’agit pas de transformer les classes en étouffoir, mais de créer un climat de travail, ce qui est de la responsabilité directe du professeur : "Le professeur a la responsabilité de créer dans la classe les conditions favorables à la réussite de tous" (Texte sur les "missions du professeur", B.O. n° 22 du 29 mai 1997) .

Ocean in a Bottle with 3 Simple Ingredients Make an ocean in a bottle with 3 easy ingredients. One of the fastest and easiest-ever science activities for preschoolers. I love to make homemade toys for the hooligans. This particular ocean in a bottle has to be the most amazing looking bottle we’ve made yet though! This oil and water science experiment isn’t new by any stretch of the imagination. To make our Ocean in a Bottle, we used: watercooking oil (we used canola, but vegetable would work well)blue food colouringlarge bottle (2 litre pop bottles work well, but we used a mouthwash bottle with a child-safe lid)funnel If you want to explain the scientific details to your child, pop over and check out this article explaining why oil and water don’t mix. How to make an ocean in a bottle: I didn’t have a 2L pop bottle on hand, so we used an empty mouthwash bottle. Fill approximately 1/3 of your bottle with water.Add several drops of food colouring.Have your child shake the bottle to disperse the food colouring. Let the fun begin!

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