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Label the parts of the plant shown in the picture and tell what each part does to keep the plant alive.
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An Earth Day Worksheet

Super Teacher Worksheets has a large selection of printable worksheets to celebrate Earth Day on April 22.

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Water Cycle, Rain Cycle Science Experiments and Craftivity - Lessons for Little Ones by Tina O'Block

Let’s Learn About the Water Cycle! 3 Simple Water Cycle Experiments & a Craftivity April is the perfect month toContinue reading

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Oppilastyö2006

For kids computer research. Maybe restrict to pages 1-2 & 4
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My Country Study

For kids computer research. Maybe restrict to pages 1-2 & 4

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Printable Scale Drawing of a Child Skeleton:
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Printable Scale Drawing of a Child Skeleton:

ja yhteystietoja.

Tehtäviä metsäretkelle, syksy.
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ja yhteystietoja.

Rainforest FactsNature AnimalsButterfly Coloring PageFinnish LanguageMaila

Lehden muoto on arvoitus

Lajittelukortit jätteet
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Ihminen - viisi aistia printattava noppa käyttöehdotuksineen.
Teaching VocabularyTeaching KindergartenHuman Body

Open ideat
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Anniinan OpenIdeat

Varga-Neményi-menetelmään, toiminnallisuuteen ja Liikkuva Koulu-ideologiaan hurahtaneen opettajan opetuskokeiluja.

Ravintoketju
Biology For KidsPrimary SchoolEducational Illustrations

Metsäretki - erilaisia tutkimustehtäviä.

Metsäretki : TOP-tehtäväpankki

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Making skeletons (using sticks)

This blog post is entirely inspired by Judy Duncan, a Primary 7 teacher at Kingswells Primary School in Aberdeen.