A science Twist

More proof I’ve been a busy bee recently with my science twist.
There are two bundles outlined in this post: The first introduces the concept of living and non-living things to pupils, while the second goes more in-depth with habitats and adult and baby animals.

Links to the bundles on TES can be found at the bottom of this page but you can also get your hands on these as well as all my other simply brilliant resources by subscribing to lovelanguage.co.uk.

Living and non-living things bundle

Designed for lower primary school pupils, this short unit is a great way to introduce the concept of living and non-living things and increase your class’ French vocabulary. Three creatures, three examples of basic plant life and six non-living things are covered.

The bundle includes:

  • a dyslexia-friendly PowerPoint with audio and a couple of guessing games
  • clear vocabulary
  • flashcards
  • vivant and non vivant cards to use in games or support weaker pupils
  • cutting and sticking classification activity
  • vocabulary cards in three formats (see this page for ideas on how to use them)

Habitats and Adult and Baby Animals Bundle

This bundle introduces pupils to eight animals and their babies as well as nine habitats and five animals living in each. It is a fantastic way to increase the amount of animal vocabulary your class knows while teaching them about different habitats (polar regions, rainforest, ocean, forest, desert, coast, city, pond and farm).

Included, you will find:

  • dyslexia-friendly PowerPoints with audio
  • clear vocabulary
  • high quality, labelled photo flashcards for games and/or display
  • vocabulary cards
  • matching/classification game