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  1. Connect Set
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Physical and Human Features'

    Physical and Human Features

    This Connect Set enables children to consider features of places and to categorize them as physical or human features.

    On each grid, they choose from a selection of pictures of natural (physical) and man-made (human) objects as sentence starters, and then use the words to complete the statements about the features.

    For other Clicker resources on the topic, search for features of places on LearningGrids.

    For ages 6 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: July 7, 2016
  2. Communicator (Widgit)
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Physical or Human Feature'

    Physical or Human Feature

    With this Clicker Communicator set, pupils talk about physical and human features of places. Using the first grid, children can state whether a feature is physical or human, for example in response to a picture. Using the second grid, they can respond to requests such as "Give me an example of a physical feature". The pictures can be changed to include different objects from a specific environment.

    The set can be used alongside writing activities in Clicker and the Clicker Apps. See the Clicker Connect set "Physical and Human Features" and the Clicker Sentence sets "Physical/Human Features".

    For all ages
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: July 7, 2016
  3. Communicator (PCS)
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Physical or Human Feature'

    Physical or Human Feature

    With this Clicker Communicator set, pupils talk about physical and human features of places. Using the first grid, children can state whether a feature is physical or human, for example in response to a picture. Using the second grid, they can respond to requests such as "Give me an example of a physical feature". The pictures can be changed to include different objects from a specific environment.

    The set can be used alongside writing activities in Clicker and the Clicker Apps. See the Clicker Connect set "Physical and Human Features" and the Clicker Sentence sets "Physical/Human Features".

    For all ages
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: July 7, 2016
  4. Communicator (SymbolStix)
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Physical or Human Feature'

    Physical or Human Feature

    With this Clicker Communicator set, pupils talk about physical and human features of places. Using the first grid, children can state whether a feature is physical or human, for example in response to a picture. Using the second grid, they can respond to requests such as "Give me an example of a physical feature". The pictures can be changed to include different objects from a specific environment.

    The set can be used alongside writing activities in Clicker and the Clicker Apps. See the Clicker Connect set "Physical and Human Features" and the Clicker Sentence sets "Physical/Human Features".

    For all ages
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: July 7, 2016
  5. Custom Set
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Coastal Landforms - Definitions'

    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
  6. Custom Set
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Coastal Landforms - Erosion and Deposition'

    Coastal Landforms - Erosion and Deposition

    In this Custom Set, pupils show their understanding of the processes of erosion and deposition in the formation of coastal landforms. They choose one erosion landform and one deposition landform and talk about how they were formed.

    On the start page, click on each picture to revise information about each landform. In the activity, click on each heading and choose a relevant picture. Then use the microphone to record as much information as possible about how the landform was formed.

    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
  7. Clicker Book
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Coastal Landforms - Read a Book'

    Coastal Landforms - Read a Book

    In this Clicker Book, pupils read about coastal landforms. The book looks at erosion and deposition landforms and explains the main processes in their formation.

    Pupils can make their own books about coastal landforms using the Make a Book sets on LearningGrids. With “Coastal Landforms – Make a Book One,” they create a text based book. With “Coastal Landforms - Make a Book Two,” they create an oral presentation.

    For ages 9 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: April 19, 2016
  8. Clicker Book
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Coastal Landforms - Make a Book One'

    Coastal Landforms - Make a Book One

    In this Clicker Book, pupils make a book about coastal landforms, using a template to add pictures and text. They can browse for photos, paint pictures or choose from a picture bank. The set contains word banks for writing support.

    To create the book, go to Edit View. On each page, click/tap on the text box to write. To add a picture, click/tap on the picture box and choose the options from the toolbar. To record, click/tap on the sound button and then on the record tool on the toolbar.

    Pupils can read about the topic using the set “Coastal Landforms – Read a Book,” and can make an oral presentation using the set “Coastal Landforms – Make a Book Two.”

    For ages 9 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: April 19, 2016
  9. Clicker Book
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Coastal Landforms - Make a Book Two'

    Coastal Landforms - Make a Book Two

    With this Clicker Book, pupils create an oral presentation about the processes of erosion and deposition in the formation of coastal landforms.

    To create the book, go to Edit View. On each page, there is a picture of a landform. To record information about it, click/tap on the sound button and then on the record tool on the toolbar. To change the pictures, perhaps with photographs, click/tap on each picture box and choose the browse option on the toolbar.

    Pupils can read about the topic using the set “Coastal Landforms – Read a Book,” and write a book using the set “Coastal Landforms – Make a Book One.”

    For ages 9 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: April 19, 2016
  10. Sentence Set
    Screenshot from the learning activity 'Coastal Landforms'

    Coastal Landforms

    With this Sentence Set, pupils write about coastal landforms. The information is based on the book “Coastal Landforms - Read a Book” on LearningGrids.

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

    Pupils can make their own books about coastal landforms using the Make a Book sets on LearningGrids. With “Coastal Landforms – Make a Book One,” they create a text based book. With “Coastal Landforms - Make a Book Two,” they create an oral presentation.

    For ages 7 to 11
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: April 19, 2016
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