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The Animal Themed Cross Curricular Book
The Year 6 booklet is a unit of work designed for you to create a series of lessons based on the theme of animals. This is such a popular theme, but can be explored at a deeper level with older students.
Links are provided to explore Animal welfare issues, the role of Zoos and human impact on the animal kingdom.
These links will incorporate videos, online games, web quests and research tasks.
Adapt the lesson suggestions and ideas to suit your needs and the needs of your students.
Have fun, and 'wow' kids with some fantastic videos and games to support the themes presented in the wonderful story 'the Great Bear' by Libby Gleeson.
The theme of animals in circuses could spark some lively debate and lots of persuasive writing. It is a wonderful book to use as a focus for visual literacy too.
The Sea Themed Cross Curricular Unit
The Island, by John Heffernan is a wonderful story about a blind boy who sees the beauty of the island he lives on, while the people around him cannot see it. A fantastic story with a link to a narration by the author. This book is the stimulus resource chosen for the Sea them to be used with Literacy.
Some great links to accelerated literacy activities, and the theme of this booklet investigates our oceans and the threats to our marine life.
I have incorporated many links across all KLA's to support the teaching of this wonderful themed unit of work,
A fully interactive timetable links to my pinterest board. so that essentially this is a resource that will continue to grow
A free resource from GoTeachThis and Ripper Reading Resources, makes this amazing value for money and such a time saver.
A fantastic addition to any substitute teachers' library for planning units. Many hours of exploring the internet are researched in this compilation so that you are free to adapt them to suit your teaching style and the needs of your students.