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137 completely free lesson resources

A Fair Harvest

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A Fair Harvest

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Lessons from Africa

Even though there is enough food to go around, hunger and poverty still exists in the world. This resource explores what harvest can really mean to people through looking at global food distribution and equity. This resource includes classroom activities to get your students thinking about if food distribution around the world is fair, and the factors that can influence a good or bad harvest.

This video slideshow shows some images of harvest and food in the UK and in East African countries.

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The Importance of Education

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The Importance of Education

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This resource allows you to explore the importance of education with your class. It does this by looking at quotes about education from famous figures throughout human history, and asks students to consider their meaning and importance. It also engages students with the story of Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl who stood up to the Taliban and defended her right to an education.

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Nelson Mandela

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Nelson Mandela

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Nelson Mandela Lesson Resource

To help celebrate Nelson Mandela day on the 18th July, we have created a lesson resource pack that looks at the life and times of the great man himself. This resource helps your students critically reflect on the significance of his actions, and interacts with the UN Declaration of Human Rights to cement the impact and inspiration behind Mandela's life. This includes engaging with the meanings of many famous Mandela quotes.

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A Day in the Life - Literacy

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A Day in the Life - Literacy

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A Day in the Life

This resource helps compare a typical day of a pupil in Lesotho with a pupil in your classroom. It does this with a range of literacy activities, including comprehension, clauses, paragraphs and punctuation. It draws on aspects of RE by asking students to reflect on what is important to them in their lives.

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Africa and the World Cup

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Africa and the World Cup

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Africa and the World Cup Lesson Resource

Introduce African aspects of the World Cup to your class. Learn about the African countries in the finals and critically learn about development within these countries. Learn how to make plastic bag footballs and engage with their significance.

Learn about Plastic Bags Footballs in Africa, and learn how to make one with your class.

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  1. LS:
    Jun 20, 2014 at 12:15 PM

    I think it's an excellent set of resources.
    Thank you for sharing

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Africa Geo-Maths

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Africa Geo-Maths

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Africa Geo-Maths

This resource is aimed at Key Stage 3 and incorporates geography and maths through research activities. This includes fascinating facts about Africa, and the use of statistics and data. This Includes creating tables, comparing and contrasting data and working with large numbers.

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Earth Day teaching resources

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Earth Day teaching resources

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Earth Day

Use this selection of Earth Day linked resources and activities to help your pupils to understand how climate change is already affecting African countries and get involved using their website. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world. Why not create a Keyhole Garden in your school grounds this Earth Day?

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