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A pallet bug hotel - 5 star biodiversity lodgings - I like the idea of adding identification charts

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Creativity, humour and green fingers in Girvan « The Fife Diet

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Who Lives in this Habitat? - Treetop Displays - A set of 12 A4 posters displaying photographs of a range of different habitats. With a prompting title poster, there are 11 different habitats that prompt children to think about which animals/ creatures would live in a specific habitat. Designed by teachers for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).

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To use with the book "Me on the Map" - so excited to do this with my KinderCuties!

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Teaching in the Early Years

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Landforms Vocabulary Review Slap-It! Card Game

"Slap Jack"-style review game for your landforms unit. Includes pictures, names and definitions for 24 different landforms. $

Landforms Vocabulary Review Slap-It! Card Game

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How easy and quick to make this math station? by swampfrogfirst

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from Teaching Mama

U is for Underground

U is for Underground - Use green yarn for the grass & brown construction paper for the dirt. Make a U for the tunnel and then use bug stickers.

U is for Underground - Teaching Mama

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Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Our Place in the World

Our Place in the World

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from No Time For Flash Cards

Geography Game For Kids

geography lesson. This is a great idea, as well as famous material landmarks it would be nice to use deities or temples around the world. Or if possible those famous landmarks with Prabhupada or devotees on book dist/Harinam there.

Geography Game For Kids - No Time For Flash Cards

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