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Summary

  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate their starting point and specific control points.
  2. At each control marker, pupils combine numbers together to create a 1 and a 2 digit number.
  3. They set these numbers up as a multiplication sum, complete the sum and record the answer on their Activity Sheet.

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Multiplication

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Multiplication

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Multiplication

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Summary

  1. Pupils use the Enrich school orienteering map to locate their starting point and specific control points.
  2. At each control point, pupils fill in the 3rd and 4th number from the control marker on their Activity Sheet.
  3. They combine these two numbers to make a two-digit number.
  4. They then add and subtract either 17, 18 or 19 from the two-digit number that they have made and record their answer on their Activity Sheet.

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Adding and Subtracting 17,18,19

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Adding and Subtracting 17

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Activity Sheet
Adding and Subtracting 18

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Adding and Subtracting 19

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Adding and Subtracting 17

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Adding and Subtracting 18

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Adding and Subtracting 19

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Summary

  1. Each child is given a latitude / longitude reference.
  2. They use this to identify a point on a grid and mark the point by placing a PE cone on the grid.

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Latitude / Longitude

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Latitude / Longitude

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Summary

  1. The game is based on ‘chain tag’.
  2. Each chaser is linked to one of the UK countries.
  3. The rest of the children each have a UK city card.
  4. Chasers have to tag towns and cities, but can only capture those that match with their country

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Locational Cards Chain Tag

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Locational Cards Chain Tag

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Summary

  1. Children play this game in small teams.
  2. Children use their throwing skills, throwing beanbags to collect countries.
  3. They then work with their team mates to match countries to the correct continent.

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Countries and Continents

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Countries and Continents

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Summary

  1. Children use a simple map to develop their map orientation skills, following a route around a marked court.
  2. Cones are placed at specific points around the court and children record a reference from each cone they come to as they move along their route.

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Counting Court
Set-up and maps

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Counting Court
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Activity Plan
Counting Court

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Summary

  1. Children are divided into teams of ‘Bees’ and ‘Flowers’.
  2. Teams of ‘Bees’ collect coloured beanbags, representing pollen grains, from ‘Flowers’.
  3. The variety of colours of beanbags they collect illustrates the role of bees in cross-pollination.

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Pollen Grab

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Summary

  1. In groups, children use their School Orienteering Maps to navigate around the school site.
  2. They identify potential habitats for minibeasts and record any minibeasts that they find and the habitats in which they find them.

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Minibeast and Habitat Hunt

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Minibeast and Habitat Hunt

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Summary

  1. Children use their school maps to navigate the school site and identify things that fall into each of the following categories: things that are living; things that are dead but were once alive; and things that have never been alive.
  2. They then use their Activity Sheets to record their findings.

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Living / Non-Living Trails

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Living / Non-Living Trails

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  1. In groups, children use their School Orienteering Maps to identify locations around the school site.
  2. They collect suitable materials and use them to create a microhabitat for minibeasts.
  3. They follow up at a later stage to observe and identify any minibeasts that have colonised their microhabitat.

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Habitat Build

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Habitat Build

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