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Can your class use the adjectives on their worksheets to describe the incredible pictures included in your photoset? Use our photos of Rio de Janeiro and accompanying Key Stage 1 activities to answer questions such as: ‘Where is Rio?’ and ‘What is Rio like?’. Also available for KS2.
Inspire your class with these stories of girls fighting for their right to education. Download these great posters including the stories of Fozia and Sadia from Pakistan who have both fought to return to education following a long absence.
Explore different aspects of life in the village of Chembakolli with this collection of colourful slideshows. Download the notes which accompany these slideshows to take your Key Stage 1 or 2 class through one of our most popular resources and show them what life is like at school, at work and at home for the people of Chembakolli.
Meet the people who live in the village of Chembakolli with this collection of colourful slideshows for KS1 and KS2 classes. Download the accompanying slidenotes to take your class through one of our most popular resources and introduce your class to many of the people who call Chembakolli their home.
Discover the famous village of Chembakolli, India with our complete set of resources for primary schools. With resources on Chembakolli schools, housing, transport and of course their Fairtrade tea, this package is all a KS1 or KS2 class could need.
Discover how pure Nilgiri tea is harvested, produced and traded fairly in the remote Indian village of Chembakolli. This fantastic resource for Key Stage 2 classes also introduces primary pupils to the concept of Fairtrade and the work of international development charities.
Designed for KS1 and KS2 classes, these primary teaching resources explore the world of transport in Chembakolli. From brightly decorated buses to the school jeep, the resources reveal some exciting differences in public transport across the globe.
These fascinating primary resources reveal how the people of Chembakolli interact with the forest surrounding their village. Key Stage 2 classes will discover the wildlife of the forest, how honey is harvested there, and the conflicts the environment can cause.
Discover the different types of houses in Chembakolli with photos of homes made in distinctive local styles and materials. Use the worksheets included in your download to encourage Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils to think about their own homes and to build their very own Chembakolli house.
In the final set of resources from our Amazon rainforest package, pupils are encouraged to think critically and creatively about the future of the rainforest and our wider planet. These activities for Key Stage 2 classes include a debate on sustainability and a creative writing exercise.