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Let the Hip Hop Granny teach your class all about capital letters and full stops with this fun routine. This song is a great way to introduce or recap this topic and will get pupils energised. They have a catchy song that will help pupils to learn some of the rules of grammar. Burnley mascot Bertie Bee is here with a song about spelling rules for Key Stage 1 pupils. This is a great way to get active while learning. The Cheerleader has a fun song and movement routine to make days of the week easy to remember. Let Johnny and Inel get your class up and moving, while they learn about adjectives and adverbs. Through a song and routine, children will learn how to write better stories using adjectives and adverbs.
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The Hip Hop Granny will help students get moving while learning Geometry! This routine will teach them about position and direction. It covers important language like left and right, clockwise and anticlockwise. Download the Position and Direction lyric sheet. Check out this Bitesize Primary animation on directions. Premier League Primary Stars offers more resources to support teaching position and direction. This catchy song and routine will help students to be active while learning to count. Let Mr Pumpernickel get your class moving whilst learning about length and height and when to use different units for measuring. The Cheerleader explains how to tell the time in this fun song and movement routine for Key Stage 1 Maths. Newcastle mascot, Maggie Magpie has a song and movement routine to help students learn all about number patterns.
James Martin shares his grandma's secret to the perfect bacon butty. Add to favourites. Unfortunately we are unable to add this recipe to your favourites, please try again later. Send to mobile. Shopping list. Print recipe. Put the bacon into a cold frying pan, then turn the heat up and cook for a couple of minutes before adding a knob of the butter and the quartered tomatoes. Cook until the bacon is just golden-brown at the edges and cooked through and the tomatoes are softened — about minutes. Slather the bread with the softened butter and place the tomatoes onto one slice of the bread and press down slightly, then add the bacon and top with the second slice of bread. Press down lightly to squish it all together then cut in half and eat, mopping up any spilled butter and juices with the sandwich as you go.