Biomes

Biomes: Extraordinary places around the world – lesson plans and schemes of work, ready to teach.

Teach your KS1 or KS2 all about the flora, fauna, weather and climate of some of the world's most extraordinary places, such as the Grand Canyon, the Amazon rainforest, the Indian savanna and the Sahara desert. Schemes of work include detailed planning, teaching ideas, differentiated activities and a range of resources.

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9 Item(s)

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Resources at your fingertips

We really do mean this! Whether you want an individual lesson or a complete scheme of work, our teaching packs come with a detailed lesson plan that walks you through an engaging input, a slideshow presentation to go with it, differentiated activity ideas, and — in most cases — a range of printable resources such as worksheets, activity cards or writing frames. If anything else is required, you'll be able to see at a glance, as everything you need is listed at the top of every plan!

Written by professionals

We're qualified primary teachers with extensive classroom experience. We know how hard the job is! That's why we try to give you as much as we can with every teaching pack – to help you and make life easier. We've obsessively pored over the National Curriculum objectives to make sure that you get excellent coverage when you teach with PlanBee, and that you get engaging, challenging learning activities with which all of your children can achieve and make progress.

More time for you

Stuck for ideas on Sunday evening? All your time taken up with marking? We know how much time teachers spend on preparation and assessment. It's time to get some of that time back! It only takes a moment to sign up with PlanBee and start downloading, so you can claim back a bit more You time! Our Complete Series of lessons come with assessment questions and marking grids, too – it's another way we've tried to make the incredible job you do that little bit easier!

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“Thank you so much for the RE resources, they've saved us hours of time. So well presented and easy to follow.”

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