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  1. Clicker Book

    Good Materials for Toys - Read a Book

    In this Clicker Book, children read about a selection of toys and properties of the materials from which they are made. The focus is on the characteristics of the materials that makes them particularly suitable for the toy.

    Children can make their own book using the set “Good Materials for Toys - Make a Book”. Search for toys or materials on LearningGrids for other resources on this topic.

    For ages 5 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 22, 2016
  2. Clicker Book

    Good Materials for Toys - Make a Book

    In this Clicker Book, children create a book about toys and properties of the materials from which they are made. They can take photos or paint pictures of toys or choose from a picture bank. They are offered word banks for writing support.

    To create the book, go to Edit View. Click/tap on the text box to write – the set contains word banks for support. To add a picture, click/tap on the picture box and browse, take a photo, paint, or choose from a picture pop-up.

    Pupils can read a book about the characteristics of materials from which a selection of toys are made using the set “Good Materials for Toys – Read a Book”. Search for toys or materials on LearningGrids for other resources on this topic.

    For ages 5 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 22, 2016
  3. Sentence Set

    Good Materials for Toys

    With this Sentences set, pupils write about the suitability of materials used to make a selection of familiar toys.

    A spoken model is provided for each sentence. To change the model, go to Edit View.

    Pupils can read a book about the characteristics of materials from which these toys are made using the set “Good Materials for Toys – Read a Book”. Search for toys or materials on LearningGrids for other Clicker resources on this topic.

    For ages 5 to 6
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 22, 2016
  4. Connect Set

    My Favourite Toy

    With this Clicker Connect set, pupils write about a favourite toy, describing its appearance, simple properties and use.

    On each grid, choose the starter and use the words and phrases to complete statements to describe the toy.

    For other Clicker resources on the topic, search for toys on LearningGrids.

    For ages 5 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 22, 2016
  5. Talk Sets

    Good Materials for Toys

    In this Listen and Say activity, children record verbal answers to questions about why particular materials are suitable for a selection of toys.

    On the start page, click on the pictures to introduce the activity and listen to the questions. Then click the forward arrow to start. On each activity page, click the picture to listen, and then use the microphone button to record an answer. Listen to all the recordings on the start page.

    Pupils can read a book about the characteristics of materials from which these toys are made using the set “Good Materials for Toys – Read a Book”. Search for toys or materials on LearningGrids for other Clicker resources on this topic.

    For ages 5 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 22, 2016
  6. Clicker Book

    Old and New Toys - Read a Book

    In this Clicker Book, children read about a selection of old and new toys. They read first about an old toy and then an associated new toy. The information focuses on differences such as the materials from which they are made, or how they operate.

    Children can create their own book using the set "Old and New Toys - Make a Book." For other Clicker resources on this topic, search for toys, or old and new, on LearningGrids.

    For ages 4 to 6
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 22, 2016
  7. Clicker Book

    Old and New Toys - Make a Book

    With this Clicker Book, pupils create their own book about old and new toys. The book contains six writing pages.

    To create the book, go to Edit View. On each page click/tap on the picture box and choose a picture of an old or new toy from the picture bank. Alternatively, browse, take a photo or paint a picture. Click/tap on the text box to write – use the keyboard or use the pop-up to write a sentence to describe the toy as old or new.

    Pupils can read about the topic using the set “Old and New Toys – Read a Book.” For related Clicker resources, search for toys, or old and new, on LearningGrids.

    For ages 5 to 6
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 22, 2016
  8. Clicker Board

    Old and New Toys Mind Maps

    With this Clicker Board, create mind maps about old and new toys. On each of the two pages add information about relevant toys, such as names, the materials from which they might be made, or other special features related to old or modern toys.

    On each board, click on a cell to add text. To add more cells, double-click on the background. When both mind maps are complete, right-click on a board background and create a tabbed word bank for writing.

    Read about the topic using the set “Old and New Toys – Read a Book”. For other related resources, search for toys, or old and new, on LearningGrids.

    For ages 6 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 22, 2016
  9. Custom Set

    Seaside Adjectives

    This Custom Set encourages pupils to consider the use of adjectives in writing. They select adjectives appropriate to a range of seaside features and can then use an adjective bank to write.

    In the activity, click on each heading to add words to the list. Encourage pupils to be selective in their choices, perhaps by suggesting that they select three adjectives for each feature. There are no right or wrong answers.

    For other Clicker resources on this topic search for seaside or beach on LearningGrids.

    For ages 7 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 16, 2016
  10. Custom Set

    Coastal Landforms - Definitions

    In this Custom Set, pupils show their understanding of coastal landforms by matching definitions with pictures and names.

    On the start page, click on each picture to revise the names of the landforms. In the activity, read the definition and find the name and the picture of the feature described - click on the empty cells and add the information from the pop-ups.

    See the other “Coastal Landforms” sets on LearningGrids – pupils can read and write a book, create an oral presentation and use a word bank.

    For ages 9 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: June 16, 2016
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