Free teaching resources: KS1

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Welcome to Brazil! quiz

Do your pupils know their olás from their tchaus? How much do they think the World Cup has cost to host? All will be revealed in our fun PowerPoint quiz designed to introduce pupils to the country of Brazil.

By Lucy McDonnell
03/06/2014 3.48 MB pptx

Fundraising tips for 2014

Ideas, tips and resources to help make your school's fundraising a great success!

By ActionAid
01/04/2014 204.35 KB pdf

Go bananas! Fairtrade Fortnight 2014

Did you know, bananas are the world's most popular fruit? This Fairtrade Fortnight (24 February - 9 March) find out how supermarket pricing is trapping banana growers and their families in a cycle of poverty before pupils complete an action tree to encourage friends and family to eat more fairtrade bananas. Suitable for KS1, KS2 and KS3.

By Vaila McClure
04/02/2014 1.52 MB zip

Biscuit recipes

Organise a bake sale using our two biscuit recipes and raise funds for ActionAid!  Choose from 'Honey and Cinammon' and 'Rosewater'.

By Vaila McClure
27/11/2013 282.64 KB pdf

Christmas card templates 2013

Celebrate Christmas and raise money for ActionAid at the same time with our two Christmas card templates. One has a peacock design for your pupils to decorate whilst the other is blank for pupils to add their own design to. To make up the cards, print onto A4 paper and then fold in half and then half again.Suitable for KS1, KS2, KS3.

By Vaila McClure
27/11/2013 431.11 KB zip

Barnaby Bear in Brazil postcard

Sample postcard taken from the KS1 'Barnaby Bear in Brazil' poster pack available in our online schools shop.

By ActionAid
09/03/2011 468.56 KB pdf

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