Bungalows or apartments. You'll find lots of images and pictures to help children describe their houses.
From Elizabethan to present day. A beautifully created moving frieze which offers good quality photographs and clickable hotspots of interesting artefacts. Great as a teacher led resource. Don't be put off by the detail in which this resource appears to go into. It is still a very useful resource.
These are beautiful free images which will suit a range of topics for many ages. Yes, they are totally biased in terms of gender stereotyping, but skilled teachers will make informed decisions about when and where to use them. Includes images of..... country, mealtime, port, school, railwaystation, seaside, street, Country, Mealtime, Port, School, Railwaystation, Seaside, Street 1, map_london, map_london2, picnic, postbox, sewing, seaside2., street2, London-map 1, London-map 2, Picnic, Postbox, Sewing, Seaside, Street 2, baking, carpenting, dressing, farm, gardenwork, grocery2, Baking, Carpenting, Clothing, Farm, Gardenwork, Grocery, baker, bicycle, at_home, playing_dog, painting, milkman, clothes washing, Baker, Bicycle, At home, Playing, Painting, Milkman, Washing, christmas, carwash, toys, grocery, butcher, Christmas, Washing car, Toys, Grocery, Butcher.
Labelled houses from the past. The text is more suited to KS2 children.
You will need to ask your technician to install this little program on the computer and then you can print our many different buildings.
Click on the next numbered dot to create a house. Supports numbers to ten. (0-10)
Dot to dots and games to print out to support the teaching of safety in the home and garden. Great ideas for promoting safety.
A super set of activities that support problem solving through dragging and dropping - there's also a control activity to move the digger around the town using directional arrows - plus you can design you own house. Great for foundation.
Take a animated tour of an old Victorian house.
Tour this house - click on objects and their names are spoken to you. Language selection option to support community languages.
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