Describing your facial features, what you like to do and wear, it's all here.
Drag and drop activity from ambleside primary.
Great drag and drop - label face parts activity.
Add on eyes, hair and lips. Very amusing activity which will keep the adults smirking well after the children have had their fill of this resource. Can be applied to MFL lessons to support personal descriptions.
Journey to the playground and school in safety. Great for foundation. The animation takes you through the journey and encourages children to answer simple questions based on safety outside the home.
Lots of resources to support the teaching of sun safety and sensible sun bathing. Slip, slap, slop!
Download this activity and registration become a breeze. Why on earth don't we do this throughout the school and save everyone time! You need to download this super resource first - then enter the names of your children.
A lovely activity where children can model an image of themselves. Super.
Lots of great lively songs for you from CBeebies. Scroll down to see all songs on the subject of 'Everyday Life'.
You need to support younger children when using this activity. Visit each place and talk about the pictures and people you can see. This is worth looking at well in advance of using it with a class. There is a range of support materials for teachers to use.
What are we doing today? becomes a phrase banished forever with this lovely downloadable timetable.
Scroll down to where it says Visual Timetable.
A great cartoon to explain why you should was your hands. A super BBC animation for foundation.
A super activity to discover what you would wear in different weather conditions. Great for foundation.
Lots of games invloving clothes. Includes a dress the person so they are wearing the best clothes to suit the task. Super British council activity.
A great animation where children can find out about keeping safe when outside the house.
Great - drag text to images. Lovely activity.
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