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The 2012 London Olympics - PowerPoints


Dusty and Pod arrive on planet Earth to find out about the Olympics



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There are four PowerPoints


1. PowerPoint One — What’s it all About - London 2012 — 36 slides - Pod and Dusty arrive on Earth from a far distant planet and find out about the Olympic torch, the Modern Olympic Games and the Ancient Olympics.


2. PowerPoint Two — How did it begin?  — 34 slides — Pod and Dusty find out about the Ancient Greek Olympics and sports.


3. PowerPoint Three — The Summer Games — 30 slides - What have Pod and Dusty found out? What kind of events will take place in London in 2012?


4. PowerPoint Four — Olympic Facts — 34 slides - the London Olympic relay torch design, mascots, 1908 games, 1948 games, different types of sports that take place during the Olympics.


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2012 London Olympics & Paralympics - Fit and Healthy

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KS1 2012 London Olympics lower KS2

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The 2012 London Olympics KS1 and Lower KS2

To understand what the Olympic Games are and what happens during the Games.

To understand that the Olympic Games have their origins way back in ancient Greek history.

To identify differences between the Modern and the Ancient Olympic Games

What games take place at the summer Olympics?

What kind of games are there?

Who takes part in the Olympic Games?

How did the Olympic Games begin?

What were the games like in Ancient Greece?

KS1 2012 Inspirational Heroes lower KS2

Including the 2012 Paralympics

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Inspirational Heroes - Paralympics - PowerPoints


Dusty and Pod arrive on planet Earth to find out about the people who take part in the Paralympic Games



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There are three PowerPoints


1. PowerPoint One — Heroes and Heroines — 22 slides - fictional superheroes—super powers; If you could be a superhero who would you be? (poem); What makes a hero? Who are your real life heroes? Wanda Summers.


2. PowerPoint Two — What kind of Hero?  — 27 slides — Tarzan the comic book hero, Tarzan the film star hero, Tarzan the Olympic hero; Wanda Summers—What is a marathon? Olympic Marathon—the very first marathon—Pheidippides; 1896 Olympics—where did the idea come from? The first Olympic Marathon winner—a modern Greek hero; 1908 London Olympics another marathon hero.


3. PowerPoint Three — The Paralympics — 33 slides - inspirational paralympians who have succeeded at sport against all the odds - Why do we call them heroes? What do they call themselves? Being inspired and determined to achieve against the odds.



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The 2012 London Paralympics — disabled athletes who have succeeded against the odds


Superheroes, Heroes and Heroines - Inspiration and Determination KS1 and Lower KS2

To be able to name a range of sports and know what they involve.

To respect differences between people and recognise achievement.



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KS1 Fighting Fit - Staying Fit and Healthy and Being Safe

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Year 2 - QCA Unit 2A Health and Growth builds on Unit 1A Ourselves Click Here to download

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Fighting Fit - Keeping Fit and Healthy - PowerPoints





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There are two PowerPoints and a set of 20 poems



1. PowerPoint One — What do you know about Staying Healthy? — 33 slides - Lots of ‘what do you think?’ questions to encourage discussion with the answers on the next slide.


2. PowerPoint Two — What do you know about Staying Safe? — 33 slides — What is the ‘keeping safe’ message in the picture/s? As above.


3. Set of Poems  — A set of 20 A4 poems with pictures and a set without (for scribbling on/shared reading etc)


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Healthy Eating - PowerPoints




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There are four PowerPoints with associated Posters and Worksheets


1. PowerPoint One — What do you know about food? — 33 slides - Going Shopping—if you could choose anything at all, what would you put in your shopping trolley? Why do we buy so much food? Where does food come from? (animals and plants) Solids, liquids & water; Is there enough Food?


2. PowerPoint Two — Healthy Eating — 36 slides — different types of food; eating the right foods; eating too much or too little (anorexia) Now that you know about healthy food, what would you put in your shopping trolley & what would you leave out?


3. PowerPoint Three — Good Food (poem) by Tony Mitton — 6 slides


4. PowerPoint Four — What’s on the Menu? — 18 slides - Looking at different menus and how they are set out. What foods would you choose to put on your menu? Worksheets included.


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Year 2 - QCA Unit 2A Health and Growth builds on Unit 1A Ourselves Click Here to download

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KS1 Healthy Eating - Fruit and Vegetables

See also Resources 13-15 Shopping Cards and Resource 16 At the Cafe Role Play resources Click Here

Resource 99 Food poems

Resource 99A Where does my food come from?

Resource 99B Food  Vocabulary Resource  

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Fruit and Vegetables - PowerPoints





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There are five PowerPoints with associated Posters and Worksheets


1. PowerPoint One — Looking at Fruit — 29 slides - Looking at and describing different types of fruit and where they grow. Fruit as part of a healthy diet.


2. PowerPoint Two — Looking at Vegetables — 27 slides — Looking at and describing different types of vegetables and where they grow. Vegetables as part of a healthy diet. Differences between cooked and raw veg.


3. PowerPoint Three — who am I? - Riddles — 15 slides - using descriptions from the first two PowerPoints to make riddles.


4. PowerPoint Four - A Fruity ABC -28 slides - A fruit and short description for each letter of the alphabet except J, N, Q, U, V & X


5. PowerPoint Five — Vegetable ABC — 28 slides - A vegetable and short description for each letter of the alphabet except J, Y and Z.


6. Various PDFs: A Fruit and Vegetable Glossary - Make a vegetable glossary cut & stick sheet - Make a fruit glossary cut & stick - first letter alphabetical order 6 worksheets (label then put into alphabetical order - two pictorial word banks for use with the alphabetical order sheets.


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KS1 artists who use food in their art KS2

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Food artists and Arcimboldo - PowerPoints





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There are two PowerPoints


1. PowerPoint One — Food Art — 32 slides - Food pictures - Saxton Freymann food sculptor - Carl Warner foodscapes - Japanese Bento.


2. PowerPoint Two — Food Artists and Arcimboldo — 40 slides

including ideas for art work in the style of Arcimboldo and pictures to discuss.


3. Ten A4 sheets of clipart fruit and veg to cut out and make collages with or use as reference when painting.


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