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Identifying, naming and describing the characteristics of a variety of common animals.
A ‘farm animal word mat’ to aid children in their writing.
A word mat to assist children in their writing about the signs of spring.
Describing the properties of everyday materials e.g. wood, metal and wool.
Label the parts of the human body (including the hand, foot, eye and face).
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of taste.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of sight.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of smell.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of hearing.
Identifying the body part associated with the sense of touch.
Identifying and naming the body parts associated with the five senses
A familiar song to name the basic body parts of the human body.
A set of pet photos with name labels to introduce the needs of animals.
Photos with captions to describe the characteristics of autumn.
Material word cards to support work on’Everyday materials’.
Cards with properties of materials for matching opposites.
A set of posters showing fourteen different types of materials.
Word mats for supporting in their work on the ‘properties of materials’.
A word mat with nine everyday materials to support children in their science.
Cards for sorting animals into three categories i.e. carnivores, herbivores & omnivores.
Cards for sorting animals into six categories e.g. mammals, fish etc.
A word mat showing some of the most common UK garden birds.
A word mat for supporting children in their literacy/science work on ‘birds’.
A ‘space’ word mat showing nine planets plus moon, sun and asteroid.
Photos showing dinosaur fossils and bones for classroom display.
A word mat with dinosaur names and associated vocabulary.
Labelled posters of a tiger, a reindeer, iguana, eagle, goldfish and bee.
Twenty posters showing photos of the most common minibeasts.
Five parts of the human body posters – front and back, eye, face and hand.
A poster showing six parts of the human hand which can be used as a word mat.