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Resource Description

A complete resource for Bat lessons including literacy, science and art/DT. Comprehensions are differentiated and themed word searches are included for those who finish their work early. All information about bats are included in the powerpoint.
Perfect for one day in the lead up to Halloween or as a short topic if there is a supply in. As there is no reference to Halloween it is very suitable for a class where some children might be excused participation on religious grounds.

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Substitute's Diary
Supply Teacher
Hi! I am a supply (substitute) teacher originally from the west coast of Ireland now living in London. I really enjoy supply teaching and like to create resources that I could use if there was no work left for me in a school. I enjoy teaching KS2 and most of my resources are aimed at this age group. I try to make my lessons as interesting and as appealing as possible while remembering the importance of including everyone.

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