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  • Greenham Common
    Airfield to Wildlife Haven Visits Image Library Back to activities Teachers Guide Activity Summary Biodiversity What is it These are designed to stand alone but teachers are encouraged to use several of the activities in order for the children to gain a fuller insight into the biodiversity of the Common All information is provided for the teacher with three of the activities using a PowerPoint presentation as the introduction Used within the classroom this provides a highly visual introduction for the class Photocopiable activities are also provided This simple starter activity introduces the children to a number of species of more unusual plant and animal that can be found on Greenham Common The children identify from a list of names which they think are plants butterflies or birds Follow up activities could involve then finding out what these species look like There are two versions of this activity meaning it is suitable for use in both Key Stage 1 and 2 A picture resource sheet is available with this unit showing images of all the plants and animals listed Curriculum Links NC Science Sc2 Life processes living things RESOURCE KEY STAGE FORMAT SIZE Teachers notes PDF 93KB Resource Sheet PDF

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/pri-tea-act01.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    unlikely to know about the nightjar Through a PP presentation which can be used as a starter with the class all the relevant information is provided for the teacher and the class The children then have to design a poster informing local public why it is important to keep their dogs on a lead during breeding season on the Common Suitable for upper KS 1 and KS 2 Curriculum Links

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/pri-tea-act02.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    familiar with A PowerPoint presentation introduces the species to the children and explains the main parts of the lifecycle Three activity sheets are available to follow this up One is a simple matching activity of a simple text to the life cycle pictures of the grizzled skipper suitable for upper KS 1 The second and third activities involve choosing the appropriate descriptions from a text to place on a life

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/pri-tea-act03.php (2016-02-10)
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    Challenge Can you learn how to identify six of the commonest species of butterfly seen on the Common A PowerPoint Presentation to use in the classroom or on individual computers takes the class through identification tips for six species of butterfly It then tests you to see if you can identify them Suitable for all key stages and adults A second PP is available with just the test for individuals

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/pri-tea-act04.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    They have to use this to create an informative poster about the bird A poster template with a line drawing of a Dartford Warbler is provided The second activity is more suited to Key Stage 2 Children are provided with information about the Dartford Warbler and encouraged to find out more information They must then produce a newspaper article about the bird A newspaper front page template is provided Curriculum

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/pri-tea-act05.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    units if there is little understanding of the Common and its significance This is designed to be used as a starting point and a selection of discussion topics are provided A simpler image only version is available with notes for the teacher encouraging discussion in the class Curriculum Links NC History To identify differences between ways of life at different times To identify and describe reasons for historical changes How sources of information help us learn about the past To study how an aspect of the local area has changed over time Discussion Points The four discussion cards aim to get children thinking and working as a group to discuss issues and come up with their own ideas and thoughts Split the class and give groups just one discussion card Using the cards encourage children to explore develop and sustain ideas through discussion and then to share their ideas with the rest of the class once the activity has been completed Curriculum Links NC History To identify differences between ways of life at different times To identify and describe reasons for historical changes How sources of information help us learn about the past To study how an aspect of the

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/pri-tea-act06.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    for both Key Stage 1 and 2 children This presentation is suitable for use in a Literacy lesson either being used with the whole class or by individuals at PCs The activity then encourages children to re write the text for a younger audience sequencing the story and presenting it in a cartoon form Curriculum Links NC History To identify differences between ways of life at different times To identify

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/pri-tea-act07.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Greenham Common
    recycling bins they should go in Two versions are available with varying numbers of items This activity could be photocopied or completed by the class on the computer using the projector by clicking on the words and dragging them to the correct box Follow up work could include a weekly individual audit of materials recycled at home or in the school environment Curriculum Links PSHE To recognise that resources can

    Original URL path: http://www.sustainable-greenham.org/pri-tea-act08.php (2016-02-10)
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