* NEW * World Book Day Cloze Activity Sheet | info@twinkl.co.uk (Twinkl)

Use this resource as a great way to teach your junior primary students about World Book Day while developing their comprehension skills. Students will read incomplete sentences about World Book Day and complete them by writing words from a vocab box.

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* NEW * Clean Up Australia Day Word Search | info@twinkl.co.uk (Twinkl)

Use this resource as a great way to introduce your junior primary students to vocabulary specific to pollution and Clean Up Australia Day. Your students will have a lot of fun solving this themed word search!

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* NEW * World Book Day Count and Graph Activity Sheet | info@twinkl.co.uk (Twinkl)

Use this resource as a great way to teach your junior primary students about reading appreciation while developing their data and graphing skills. Students will count reading and book themed images and graph the results. Add this resource to your activities this coming World Book Day! Australian Curriculum (ACMSP263)

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* NEW * LKS2 Children Voting Daily News Resource Pack | info@twinkl.co.uk (Twinkl)

Use our children’s news resource pack to explore the latest news about the recent debate over whether children should be allowed to vote in your class or school. Our news report is neutral, factual and age-appropriate for years 3 and 4. It includes a news report, information PowerPoint and reading comprehension activity. Teach the latest news and headlines with confidence with our ready to teach, national curriculum linked teaching resource pack. Use it with our related Climate Change Walkout resource pack to discover more about young people and politics.

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* NEW * Liquid Light Show PowerPoint – English | info@twinkl.co.uk (Twinkl)

Download this STEM activity to explore what happens when light and water meet. This investigation will guide your children through a fun activity of creating their own light show. Water has its own unique effect on light, which is investigated during the practical experiment. The resource includes details of what you will need, as well as step-by-step instructions on how to carry out the activity. There is also a handy prompt card to promote discussion.

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