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143 completely free lesson resources

The Story of Malala Yousafzai

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The Story of Malala Yousafzai

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This is a series of KS2, 3 and 4 global citizenship and english resources that explores the life story of Malala Yousafzai. It engages students with with her role in bringing equality in education worldwide, by telling her brave story. This resource interacts with aspects of human rights, social justice and equality with a focus on education.

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Slum life & rural life gallery (30 images)

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Slum life & rural life gallery (30 images)

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This gallery compares the lifes of two young people from Uganda. Brenda lives in a slum and Issac lives in the countryside. This gallery can be used to explore the comparison of urban and rural areas in a less economically developed country (LEDC).

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Comparing Slum & Rural Life in Uganda

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Comparing Slum & Rural Life in Uganda

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This KS3 and 4 Geography and Citizenship lesson resource enables teachers to contextually explore a comparison of urban and rural areas in an Less Economically Developed Country (LEDC) through examples of two young people. This is presented alongside introducing students to some of the dynamics of rural to urban migration in developing countries, showing some of the pros and cons of each. The resource includes a video walkthrough of the slums, photo activities and an interactive annotated Google map that shows the daily routes of each child.

This video is a walk-through of a Slum in Kampala, Uganda. It is for use in schools to help pupils think about the differences between life in rural and urban Uganda and the differences between their lives.

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Making a Wire Toy Car

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Making a Wire Toy Car

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This key stage 2 or 3 resource shows how scrap wire and waste materials can be re-used and made into toy cars. It is typical for people like Solomon from Uganda to make their own toys out of recycled materials such as wire, bottles and rubber as there often is little money to buy them. Use of locally available resources is one of Send a Cow’s principles as it creates uses out of things that are often seen as waste. Why not have a competition in your class to see who can make the best car? Send a picture in to us using the contact us page.

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African Bag Gardens - Literacy Resource

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African Bag Gardens - Literacy Resource

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African Bag Gardens are an innovative way of growing food quickly in crampt, arid conditions. This KS2 resource not only shows you how to build African Bag Gardens, but also includes supporting powerpoints and different literacy and instructional activities to enhance your pupils learning across the national curriculum. We have also included a KS1 activity to help your younger pupils learn more about food and African Bag Gardens.

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Read to Feed Fundraising

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Read to Feed Fundraising

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Read to Feed pack

Read to Feed is a great way to both get your pupils reading more and raising money for children in Africa through Send a Cow.  The pack contains all you need to get your class going: bookmarks to keep children focussed, sponsorship forms, certificates to reward them and two reading lists to help your students learn about Africa and Send a Cow.  You can order a pack on our Read to Feed page. 

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A Fair Harvest

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A Fair Harvest

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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.

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