Australia - Sun, Moon and Earth Overview Differentiated Lesson Teaching Pack

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  • Unfortunately this powerpoint is too wordy for my students who are also emerging readers.

    , Sep 12th
    • Hi tnguy95,
      Thank you so much for getting in touch! It's lovely to hear from you :)
      This resource is intended for use in a KS2 classroom - could you let me know a bit more about the resource you had in mind and which year group you would like this for so I can help you further?

      , Sep 12th
  • , rated this resource Jul 29th
  • Haven't used this yet and I'm not sure I will because that font is SO inaccessible to my beginner readers. It looks chaotic, the letters are too skinny and the character and word spacing is not suitable. Please let me know if you update this resource.

    , Jan 23rd
Perfect for whole-class teaching, this PowerPoint features some handy information to help support your teaching on this topic along with a few question prompts for you to finish up with. Great for starting discussions!
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  • Homepage » Australian Resources
  • Homepage » Key Stage 2 » Science » Earth and Space
  • Homepage » IPC » Milepost 2 (Age 7-9) » Explorers and Adventurers » The Moon, the Planets and Space
  • Homepage » IPC » Milepost 3 (Age 9-12) » Space » Space - Mission to Mars » The Planets in our Solar System
  • Homepage » IPC » Milepost 3 (Age 9-12) » What a Wonderful World » The Earth, Sun and Moon
  • Homepage » Australia » Australian Curriculum Browser » Science » Year 5 » Science Understanding » Earth and Space Sciences » The Earth is part of a system of planets orbiting around a star (the sun) (ACSSU078)
  • Homepage » Australia » Australian Curriculum Browser » Science » Year 3 » Science Understanding » Earth and Space Sciences » Earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes, including night and day (ACSSU048)
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