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Man-made Or Natural Concept Book

" Man-Made or Natural ?" Concept Book

  • *Children write and illustrate about things which are man-made and natural.
  • *Includes black and white copies.
  • *Keep as A5 little stapled book or reduce to print all pages onto one sheet.
Ideas for Use

Man-made or Natural Concept Book - Suggestions for Use


  • HOW TO USE CONCEPT BOOKS

  • Model with the coloured large A3 size booklet first - read and share the colour version book with the class first - keep as a class copy in reading corner.

  • An ideal activity incorporating many of the theme word cards - children classify a group of cards into natural or man-made.

  • Another way to classify is for children to go on a walk around the immediate area and write or draw 4 man-made things they found, and 4 natural things they found. Share and record as a class group - children use the recording or list to complete their concept book.

  • Instead of making into a book - print at 'multiple pages per sheet' print 4 in 1 - instructions here...

  • Please share your ideas with other teachers and parents in COMMENTS - below...

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