An explanation and teaching resource in the form of a Powerpoint presentation showing what makes things alive and not alive. […]
SEN Primary Science
Science can be a fantastic subject to bring out the creativity and imagination in children, particularly those with special educational needs.
Practical, hands on activities can really build confidence and inspire learning in children, allowing them to explore and develop scientific knowledge and experiments.
Here you will find a whole range of science resources which have been developed by experienced educational professionals, who have taught children with a vast range of complex and severe needs. Many powerpoints have been developed to inspire, engage and enthuse learning. Printable activities have been created to ensure they involve the children and are very hands on. Many resources to support children working below the National Curriculum (at p-levels) are available to download at your finger tips to help put the love in learning.
“Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, making mistakes and having fun”
Animal And Human Sorting Activity. This activity is great for children with Special Educational Needs working below the National Curriculum […]
| Animal Environment Sort Activity Sort the different animals into categories of where they spend most of their time, land, air […]
This is a great activity for young learners. Cut out the animals and decide which animal would be best suited […]
Make sentence building a little easier to understand with these brilliant colour cards which include nouns, verbs and adjectives. Allow […]
Early education teaches children to not only listen to sounds but to differentiate between them, to work out what the sounds […]