Oliver, star of Oliver's Vegetables, is back from his healthy week eating vegetables at his grandpa's house. Suddenly, the fruit at home doesn't seem quite good enough for Oliver. What is his mum to do? Part of a bestselling series that has sold over 200,000 copies in the UK and export alone. Other titles in this series include Oliver's Vegetables and Oliver's Milkshake.
This is an exciting, hands-on resource comprising over 200 whole-class lesson plans. These can be used with a class in their very first week at school in Year 1 right through to their last week in Year 6. Each lesson plan focuses on a text, provides prompts for discussion and gives clearly explained, engaging activities to suit all learning styles. The lesson plans are based on 152 popular children's books. There are many cross-curricular opportunities, with specific links to literacy, particularly through the drama, speaking and listening plans of the Renewed Primary Strategy. The scheme also includes Circle Time games specially selected for their positive effect on the emotional well-being of the child. The author, who is an Advanced Skills Teacher, spent two years developing the scheme of work. Each lesson plan has been tried and tested in many schools and is steeped in excellent primary practice. The scheme is designed to support the aims of the Every Child Matters agenda. The plans are differentiated by year group and are set out in modules which each last for six weeks, making the resource a manageable format for class teachers to use and an ideal solution to the delivery of SEAL Primary.
This exciting topic-based series offers early years practitioners collections of activities based on familiar themes. The activities can be easily implemented and readily incorporated into curriculum planning through links made to the Foundation Stage curriculum. Each book includes: activities that can be used on their own or as part of a themed program ideas for enjoying an all round curriculum approach guidance on expanding existing ideas and resources linked ideas to be carried out at home. Ourselves looks at families and society and includes important topics such as friendship and identity.
Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of food. The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early Years Foundation Stage designed to make planning easy. This book takes you through six weeks of activities on the theme of food and eating. Each activity is linked to a specific Early Learning Goal, and the book contains a skills overview so that practitioners can keep track of which areas of learning and development they are promoting. This book also includes a photocopiable page to give to parents with ideas for them to get involved with their children's topic, as well as ideas for bringing the six weeks of learning together. The weekly themes in this book include: favourite food, buying and selling food, fruit and vegetables, food from around the world, fairytale or nursery rhyme food, and food for special occasions.
Designed to address the Foundation Curriculum, the Early Learning Goals from the QCA, and the Scottish Curriculum Framework 3-5. This book offers Early Years education, and is a child-centred, activity based resource for nursery stage. It is based on and correlated to the Foundation Stage Curriculum.
First it was his vegetables. Then it was his fruit. Now it's his milk - will Oliver ever like what's good for him? Spend a day on the farm with him and find out! Busy-body Auntie Jen is determined that Oliver shall drink his milk. But just how can she persuade him? Part of a bestselling series that has sold over 200,000 copies in the UK and export alone. Other titles in this series include Oliver's Fruit Salad and Oliver's Vegetables.
This is an excellent book for parents with children who are fussy eaters. It also introduces the days of the week. Do you like chips? Oliver does, in fact, he won't eat anything else - until he plays a game with his grandpa. Whatever vegetable Oliver finds in the garden, he must eat. On Monday, he pulls up carrots, on Tuesday, it is spinach . . . Part of a bestselling series that has sold over 200,000 copies in the UK and export alone. Other titles in this series include Oliver's Fruit Salad and Oliver's Milkshake.
PSHE in the Primary School: Principles and Practice is an exciting new textbook to support, inform and inspire trainees, teachers and support staff at primary level. This unique text bonds essential subject knowledge with practical teaching skills, and covers topical issues such as bullying, resilience, behaviour for learning, and sex and relationships education. The book is divided into four distinct parts: Social Development and Education, including conflict resolution and celebrating diversity; Personal Development and Education, tackling topics such as emotional literacy and coping with life transitions; Coordinating PSHE offers guidance for new and aspiring PSHE coordinators in all aspects of their role, including curriculum design and assessment; and the final part looks to The Future of PSHE.
Plan for six weeks of learning for each season with this bumper edition, covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS. This bumper edition contains all the material contained in Planning for Learning Through Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter in one value book. Ideal for helping young children to explore the seasons, whatever the time of year, with this step-by-step guide to planning fun activities that cover a wide range of Early Learning Goals. This title comes with advice on observing and assessing children's learning, as well as how to record evidence of learning. It also includes photocopiable sheets for parents to take and extend the learning at home. A must-have for any early years setting wanting easy to dip into planning all year round.