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150 completely free lesson resources

The Multiplier Effect

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The Multiplier Effect

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The Multiplier Effect Lesson Resource

This KS2/3 maths resource brings the impact of Send a Cows work to life in your classroom. The first activity is an explanation text - using the diagram pupils can explain how the charity works. The second activity is a problem solving activity, using times-tables to calculate how the multiplier effect works - for every 10 people another 10 maybe helped. The numbers can be changed to suit the needs of the class. The third resource is about exchange rates - rounding up to the nearest 1000 and calculating the cost of living.

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Ebola - The Facts

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Ebola - The Facts

This KS 2,3 and 4 resource reveals facts behind the current Ebola crisis. It explains its origins, the truth behind where it has spread, the possible factors that have contributed to this and how it can be prevented. It was designed to be applicable for many subjects, including Geography, Science, Citizenship and for general Global Learning. It includes some suggested activities tailored to help tackle misconceptions about the Ebola crisis and to cement learning.

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  1. S Hardman:
    Jan 21, 2015 at 03:45 PM

    Thank you. Excellent resource!

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Make your Own Solar Bottle Light

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Make your Own Solar Bottle Light

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Make your Own Solar Bottle Light

This KS2,3 and 4 resource shows how Solar Bottle Lights are used to lighten up homes in rural Uganda. It also engages students with how to build their own Solar Bottle Light in the classroom and to test its effectiveness. It also engages with the science of how Solar Bottle Lights work by explaining what refraction is. It is a great resource for bringing global learning to a science lesson, or science to a global education session.

Helen from Uganda shows how she uses plastic water bottles as a way of lighting her dark kitchen in the daytime.

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Mama Blessing and the Railway Line

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Mama Blessing and the Railway Line

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Mama Blessing and the Railway Line

This KS3 and KS4 Citizenship and Geography resource tells the story of the Banda slum  in Kampala, Uganda and how a railway line built through the middle of it changes the lives of its residents. It asks students to make choices based on real life situations and engages them with the hardships families in the slums have to endure. It is a great resource to show students the reality of poverty, inequality, inequity and social justice.

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The Mukanoheri Family Christmas

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The Mukanoheri Family Christmas

This KS2 and 3 RE, Citizenship and Geography resource looks at how the Mukanoheri family from Rwanda will be spending their Christmas. It engages students with the realities of poverty and asks them to compare what is important in their own lives, to what is important to the Mukanoheri Family.

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The Story of a Church in Zambia

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The Story of a Church in Zambia

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The story of a church in Zambia

This KS2 and 3 RE and Citizenship lesson resource enables teachers to explore the importance of a church to a community in rural Zambia. It engages with how the church supports education and well-being in the community and asks students to reflect on the importance of their own community. It also reflects on the parable of the "Good Samaritan", and asks pupils to reflect on the meaning and relevancy in relation to the story of the church and their own lives.

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Christmas Across Africa

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Christmas Across Africa

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Christmas Across Africa

This KS2 and 3 RE, Citizenship and Geography resource looks at the similarities and differences of how Christmas is celebrated in different countries across Africa. It includes a research activity that asks students to reflect on the similarities and differences between different African countries and their own experiences of Christmas.

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