Print and laminate, hide the words around your outdoor space, when they find them they use a whiteboard marker to tick the pictures off. First to find them all is the winner (includes sounds oa and ai). Other topics covered: Phonics.
Following on from a topic on the weather children displayed an interest in the outdoors and so I developed a spring focus on this theme. Here are some ideas I jotted down to assist planning and provisions. Hope someone finds it useful!
Ways to follow up on the success of a school trip with secondary pupils. Some suggestions for follow-up exercises include writing news reports which include evidence such as diary entries, photographs and postcards.
Sheena McDonald and Mike Baker discuss the latest efforts to encourage more teachers to take students on school trips. Phil Revell, a member of advisory group Learning Outside the Classroom, argues that there is too much emphasis on what can go wrong on school trips, rather than on the positive...
Taking students out on a trip can be a life-changing experience- and give you grey hairs. Here are some simple things to consider when putting a trip together to make sure that all parties get the most out of the experience. Oh, avoid places called Jurassic Park, apparently.
Interactive resources for teachers and children. Includes quizzes, videos and games all centred around caring for animals.
Collection of photos in PDF format , free to download and use in the classroom
'A mirror up to nature' – reflections on the set design concept for the 208 RSC production of 'Hamlet'. We gain insights into how the 'Hamlet' design takes shape inspired by ideas and images in the play. Set designer Robert Jones and director Gregory Doran consider how scenic features can enhance...
SCHOOL MAP REQUIRED! Activity and lesson plan included. Lesson that uses the outdoor environment and requires children to read a basic birds eye map of the school. In mixed groups children complete quiz by going to the correct cards. Back in ability groups children produce some writing about...
Complete lessons with powerpoint and activities introducing KS3 to Shakespeare's context, life and language.