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Materials Textures Adjectives - materials, science, page border, describing, writing aid, investigation, material properties, shiny, dull, rough, smooth, bumpy, wood, plastic, glass, stone, transparent
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  • Jun 30th

    For a word wall in the writing area. Great to encourage descriptive writing in beginner writers.

  • Feb 11th

    For my EFL group learning adjectives.

  • Dec 14th


  • Nov 11th

    Class topic words for SEN children. The visuals are excellent for helping to consolidate meaning. Great resource!

  • Sep 12th

    I'm using this for prompts in music linked to 3 little pigs story. Children will choose some instruments and try to play them to match the textures or feelings.

  • May 22nd

    For Mystery bag descriptions- speaker writes descriptions as clues, listeners draw what they think it is. Speaker reveals object. Listeners write accurate description.

    • May 22nd

      Hi there sheadycorner, this sounds like a fantastic idea!

  • Mar 4th

    Science lesson on materials

  • Feb 12th

    science enquiry area ks1

  • Jan 31st

    PYP How the world works unit of inquiry

  • Jan 28th

    sensory table

  • Oct 12th

    Using these words to explore the differences in materials found on our nature walk to support the EYFS curriculum. Thank you :)

  • Jul 28th


Materials Textures Adjectives

Materials Textures Adjectives - A set of handy sheets, containing materials adjectives. Perfect to help your children describe the properties of different materials!
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  • Homepage » Key Stage 1 » Subjects » Science » Materials
  • Homepage » Early Years » Understanding the World Resources » Science & Investigation » Materials
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Science » Keystage 1 » Year 1 » Everyday Materials » Describe the simple physical properties of a variety of everyday materials
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