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Resource File Summary Credits
Waynes Weather Bag

8.57 MB

An interactive story where your class can for a walk with Wayne and find out what you need for different types of weather.  There is a comprehension quiz at the end.  TipA bag of props will be useful, pupils can also interact with the story by touching the hyperlinked objects on each page (find these before you use the PowerPoint!).

Primary

From P4

Thanks to
Nick Wonham
The Bridge School
London
  Dress boy

354 KB

Drag and drop the right clothes for a boy to wear in different weather conditions.

Any age

From P5

Thanks to
Anne-Marie Medhurst
Milestone Academy
Kent
  Dress girl

380 KB

Drag and drop the right clothes for a girl to wear in different weather conditions.

Any age

From P5

Thanks to
Anne-Marie Medhurst
Milestone Academy
Kent
  Weather forecast

1.31 MB

Your pupils can use this SMART Notebook activity to create your own weather forecast on the whiteboard.

Any age

From P7

Thanks to
Anne-Marie Medhurst
Milestone Academy
Kent
Seasons

1.70 MB

A selection of SMART Notebook activities to use for teaching about the seasons.

Any age

From P5

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
  Autumn Colours

1.10 MB

Colourful photos of autumn scenes.

Any age

From P5

Thanks to
Michelle Bailey
Greenside School
Hertfordshire

 

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