Education Packs

Looking on the internet for education packs (and not finding any specific to red squirrels available online) has proven there is definitely a gap in the market for what I want to produce. It has also shown me that there are many different ways of approaching education/resource packs. The colour/vibrant ones are the most engaging and the ones with actual photographs are the best visually – many are quite dull and unimaginative! I need to hook the children from the start with my mine and keep them engaged with images and activities right until the very end whilst following the national curriculum at all times. I need to remember to also include notes for teachers, else they are unlikely to want to use my pack!

http://ngkids.co.uk

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http://www.wildwoodtrust.org/files/ks2-habitats.pdf

http://www.doeni.gov.uk/niea/biodiversity_teaching_pack.pdf

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Example national curriculum resources sent to me from primary schools:

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