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Summary

  1. Children will be put into small teams.
  2. Each group will be given an Enrich School Orienteering Map with a range of control marker numbers clearly highlighted.
  3. One child in the group will position them seleves in an central location and then direct other member of the group to run to their highlighted control markers. Once there the children retrive the required information from the control marker.

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Orbit Orienteering
Activity Plan

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  1. Children work in a small grouop to plan a circuit which starts/finishes at one of the markers and incorporates several other markers.
  2. The size of their circuit should add up to 1 mile when completed a set number of times.
  3. They must measure the size of potential circuits by measuring the distance in cm between individual markers on their Enrich School Orienteering map and then converting this to metres, using the scale on their map.

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Daily Mile Activity Plan

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  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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Activity Plan
Adding and Subtracting 17,18,19

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Activity Sheet
Adding and Subtracting 17

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Activity Sheet
Adding and Subtracting 18

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Activity Sheet
Adding and Subtracting 19

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Answers
Adding and Subtracting 17

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Answers
Adding and Subtracting 18

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Answers
Adding and Subtracting 19

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Summary

  1. Children use Enrich School Orienteering map to follow a route around the school site.
  2. They use their Activity Sheet to note and record colours in the environment and observations about the weather which give evidence of seasonal change.

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Activity Plan
Seasonal Changes

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Activity Sheet
Seasonal Changes

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Summary

  1. Children locate a series of control points, using their Enrich orienteering control map.
  2. At each control marker, they collect a word by writing the specified reference (1st/2nd/3rd/4th letter) from the control marker into their Activity Sheet.
  3. When they have collected all of the words, they write them in alphabetical order.

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Activity Plan
Alphabet Order (With Markers)

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Activity Sheet
Alphabet Order (With Markers)

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Activity Sheet
Alphabet Order (With Markers)
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Summary

  1. Using their school orienteering maps, children navigate the school site, recording the locations of trees on their map.
  2. They identify each of the trees that they have recorded, using their Tree Example Activity Sheet.

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Activity Plan
Tree Treasure Hunt

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Activity Sheet
Tree Treasure Hunt

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Summary

  1. Children work in groups and use their Enrich School Orienteering map and markers to locate specified control points around the school site.
  2. At each control point, they collect a part of a skeleton diagram.
  3. When they have collected all parts, they use them to recreate a skeleton and use labels to identify the main parts of the human body.

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Activity Plan
Skeleton Treasure Hunt

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Activity Sheet 1
Skeleton Treasure Hunt

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Activity Sheet 2
Skeleton Treasure Hunt

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Summary

  1. Children work in groups and use their Enrich School Orienteering map and markers to locate specified control points around the school site.
  2. At each control point, they collect ‘Planet Top Trumps’ cards, until they have collected a full set.
  3. Groups then use the cards that they have collected to play ‘Plant Top Trumps’, based on key facts and information about the eight planets.

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Activity Plan
Planet Top Trumps

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Activity Sheet
Planet Top Trumps

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Activity Sheet
Planet List

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Summary

  1. In groups, children use their School Orienteering Maps to navigate the school site and locate control points, collecting Minibeast Top Trumps cards from each one.
  2. They then use these to play games of Minibeast Top Trumps against each other.

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Activity Plan
Minibeast Top Trumps

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Activity Sheet
Minibeast Top Trumps

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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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Activity Plan
Living / Non-Living Trails

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Living / Non-Living Trails

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