This video shows how to cut safely. It has been produced for use in primary schools throughout the UK. Other videos and support materials can be found at www.foodafactoflife.org.uk
This video shows foods being safely cut and sliced. It has been developed for encourage primary school children throughout the UK to cook.
More info at: www.healing-feeling.comTo sign up for updates from Healing Feeling, please click here: http://healing-feeling.us10.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=6e58b5040a72be544e794a5 e3&id=f5b4b18fd3This book is great to help children understand emotions b
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Jack and the BeanstalkOnce upon a time there was a boy named Jack who lived with his poor widowed mother. They had sold almost everything they owned to buy food. When their last cow stopped giving milk, Jack’s mother sent him to town to sell it. On the wa
Maths – Key Stage 2 (Upper): Listen to the catchy song demonstrating what to do when dividing by 10 or 100, then use this strategy to attempt the challenge questions.This resource features in Discovery Education Espresso’s Calculations module. Learn menta
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Short scene from a BBC educational video containing opening scene of Roald Dahl\'\'s The Twits.
Earth day: Plastic is everywhere, it\'s forever, and it is choking up our planet & the animals who live here. Our everyday shopping habits can have a huge impact on the pollution of our environment & so let\'s read labels & buy carefully so we can make po
Whatever Next! By Jill Murphy. Read by The Story Teller. http://youtu.be/6c5cb0u0rPM
Sophie Thompson narrates Jill Murphy\'s all time classic, Whatever Next.
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Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun. Do you know why is Mars called the red planet? You will learn all the secrets of Mars in this video of the Solar System in 3D animation for kids.\"Mars, the red planet\"\" belongs to a educational video collection a
https://patreon.com/freeschool - Help support more content like this!Mars is called the Red Planet because its soil has a reddish color. Because of its nearness to Earth and similarities to our planet, people have wondered for centuries if life could be p
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