Myths and legends - Early years and KS1 English resources. Teaching resources, templates, activities, games and teaching ideas for reception, year 1 and year two classes.
Mayan Gods. The ancient Maya had over 150 Gods in their complex religion, each with clearly defined characteristics and purposes. Here’s the list of the top five Mayan Gods of all time: 1. Itzamn (or Zamn ) Itzamn, the big cheese overall and lord of the heavens as well as night and day, could be called upon in hard times or calamities. Who.Explore these Mayan activities for kids to use either in the classroom or for home-learning. They range from worksheets, PowerPoints and teaching packs which focus on Mayan facts, the history of Mayan, the Mayan number system and the Mayan Gods. Our activities are fantastic to support your teaching of the Mayans to KS2 kids.Find the best teaching resources! Image prompts to use in the classroom or home that can be used to teach reading skills, prompt creative writing and more!
The Mayan Prophecy (9780141337197). This may be Book 8 and the series a major number one bestseller already but many new fans are still jumping in to this terrific time travel adventure, so if it's time travel you're looking for then look no further than.
Browse CGP’s Primary KS2 books for ages 7-11 and pupils of all abilities. Covering Maths, English, SPaG, Science, Languages, Geography and History.
Use this creative set of Maya Civilisation-themed activity cards to assess your UKS2 pupils' fluency in reading. Each 60-second reading card contains around 90-120 words. Each card also includes a number of comprehension questions to assess a child's depth of understanding of what has been read.
Year 6 Mayans books (fiction) Maya Myths. The Chocolate Tree: A Mayan Folktale (On My Own Folklore) Mayan Folktales: Folklore from Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. The Hero Twins: Against the Lords of Death: A Mayan Myth. The Bird Who Cleans the World and Other Mayan Fables. Fiction set in or linked to Ancient Maya. The Mystery at the Mayan Ruins: Mexico (Around the World in 80 Mysteries) Site Q.
Share Pie Corbett’s Ancient Egyptian adventure story with your KS2 class, then follow his lesson plan for developing English skills. Using the activities, you’ll develop vocabulary, explore synonyms and deepen children’s comprehension and understanding of the author’s intent.
Aztecs And Mayans KS2 Resources Learn all about the ancient world with our Aztec and Mayans KS2 learning resources. Your students will be in awe of this South American history, with replica artefacts, civilisation maps and educational DVDs all available.
These lovely story sheets are great for increasing and assessing familiarity with the main events in this story as well as for starting discussions about the different key points and story structure. Featuring lovely hand drawn images of the different scenes with the full story in text, your children have the opportunity to practise putting the story in order before telling it themselves!
Mayan books are known as codices. These were made from the soft inner bark of trees, in particular the fig tree. Codices were written or painted with fine brushes onto long strips of bark paper that were folded like screens. They often used drawings (or pictograms) to represent objects and ideas. Only the most educated people in society could read these written records. There are three Mayan.
Boys will love this information text with fantastic layout and engaging images and information! A super WAGOLL for ks2 children to magpie from to create their own information texts! Complete with contents pages and an index! This is a brilliant information text wagoll! Knowledge Masters! This information book series is designed to wow! With engaging topics, in your face layouts, this will get.
The Inference Collection; The Non-Fiction Collection; The Prediction Collection; The PSHE Collection; The Thinking Collection; MORE. READING COMPREHENSION; THE CHALLENGE BOOK; COMPETITIONS; ABOUT; The Inference Collection. Inference is a tricky area of reading. Children don’t always understand what it means to infer, and stumble on test questions demanding this of them. I’ve found that.
A retelling of the Mayan creation myth 'The Hero Twins' in which football playing twins defeat the evil Lords of Death in the Underworld to become honoured and transformed into the Sun and the Moon. The story is written in three parts, with each part accompanied by comprehension questions. Can be used over successive lessons or weeks.
This lovely eBook is great for increasing and assessing familiarity with the Ancient Maya. Each page contains information on the Maya, including Mayan Heiroglyphics and some of their meanings, what they considered beautiful and their numbers. You can use this fabulous resource to begin discussions on different points of the Maya's, and even get your children working in groups to find different.
Biographical information, example of literary genres, Report. Voices, and ks2 writing across the ks2 ks3. What is KS2 (Key Stage 2)? Every child's education is split into 4 key stages, starting in Year 1 and going all the way to Year 11. Key Stage 2 (KS2) is the key stage taught in Years 3 to 6, when children are between 7 and 11 years-old.
A popular choice for KS2 but currently out of print, this is the simple tale of a small scarab beetle called Khepri who discovers a terrifying trap in the Pharaoh's newly designed tomb. Short enough to read in one sitting but deep enough to base a whole unit of work on, The Scarab's Secret is thought-provoking and beautifully illustrated. Highly recommended if you can get a copy!