The World Cup 2018 is of great interest to many primary aged children. Various companies are sharing resources freely which schools may like to take advantage of:
“Receive an amazing school supplies bundle, including resource packs created by certified teachers: activity sheets, book samplers, posters and bookmarks. Each bundle will include two downloadable teacher resources packs for KS2.
The first features new Beano title Dennis and the Chamber of Mischief. This ties in with this year’s Beano-themed Summer Reading Challenge and focuses on reading and writing comprehension.
The second pack is based on the incredibly popular Football Heroes series and is perfect for joining in with World Cup mania. This pack has a PSHE focus.”(Kings Road Publishing)
“Use football to examine inequality between and within countries, explore footballers and other people who have taken action to make the world fairer, examine news around the World Cup, consider how making new rules in football could make the game fairer, and understand the causes, effects and solutions to inequality in Brazil.
There are independent activities linked to a variety of curriculum areas and support for pupils to make a ‘World Cup Fairness Display’ to show their learning to the rest of the school.”(Oxfam)
World Cup Resources for Teaching. This whole pack is for English Language Teaching but the free booklet and could be used by any class!
“This summer, football fans the world over will come together to celebrate the beautiful game at the World Cup in Russia. To celebrate, we’re launching a design competition open to children across the whole world with access to Purple Mash.”(2Simple Software)
There are many more World Cup resources available in Purple Mash, including quizzes, databases, and of course Mashcams!
Activity Village – shares a set of World Cup 20 18 resources.