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Police - austerity package

The material package for everything to do with the "POLICE" contains the following materials:

• Find the parts of speech

• Technical tasks to the police

• Rearrange the sentences three times

• Which letter is missing

• Handcuff chores

• The tasks of the police (Austria & Germany)

• Hundred field

• Individual order card + police

• Police cards

• KLETT adjectives police officers

• KLETT equipment police officers

• KLETT emergency numbers

• Laying circle (clipart & real photos)

• Notice poster for use numbers

• Matchbox words police

• Police thematic collection of words

This material package contains the following 12 materials

Handcuff exercises & worksheets for the police

This material consists of various worksheets on the subject of the police from 1st to 4th grade. For example, the worksheets could serve as a backup of what has been learned and thus only be released from the police material after processing. The handcuff tasks can be carried out both individually and in pairs. A solution key ring is included for self-control.

The tasks of the police in Germany

This teaching material can be used for both verbatim and indirect speech. In open lessons, the students individually select individual speech balloons, read the sentence statement and write down a corresponding sentence in their exercise book.

Hunderterfeld POLICE

Mathematical numerical knowledge should be trained with this material. The individual things around the police are pictorially on a number field, which are written down in verbal form below. The children should read the sentence, recognize the thing, orient themselves in the number field and write down the appropriate number underneath. So that the material can also be used here on a class-level basis, there are analog exercises in different number ranges.

Police - individual order card & words

The material consists of 72 word cards, which are thematically adapted. These should be read individually by the children, noted and then written down. To avoid writing off, the cards are thrown into a box after reading and memorizing. After the work is done, the children can take their cards out of the tin and check them themselves. The word cards can also be sorted according to word types and written down in tabular form. It should also be thought that these are put on the table and provided with the appropriate word type symbols. Individualization can take place relatively easily with the attached order card in the classroom.

Index cards POLICE

On 8 index cards, the children receive compact knowledge in simple sentences that they can read by themselves. Afterwards the children can check their knowledge with the quiz questions. A gap text also gives the children the opportunity to test their knowledge and to record it in a document. A solution sheet for self-assessment is also included. This card index can be used for interdisciplinary purposes depending on the age group. Examples: • Select an index card and circle all nouns, underline verbs, mark adjectives ... • Follow nouns in singular and plural • Add suitable adjectives to the circled nouns • Increase adjectives • Set verbs in different time steps • A subject index as a crawl or use partner dictation • Create your own little specialist knowledge book by tracing off the text using transparent paper and copying it • Design a poster including a short presentation ..

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Adjectives to the cops
Adjectives that you associate with a police officer!
Write down the appropriate forms of increase for the adjectives!
Find nouns matching the adjectives from the same
1.) Put all picture cards together in a ring
2.) Find the right text card for each picture
3.) Now put the correct headings
Write down 3 sentences from the speech bubbles as a direct speech!
Choose 3 other sentences from the speech bubbles and write them down in indirect speech!
Always use different verbs for this
(say, call, tell, ...)
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