My class of 7 year olds made these for Easter - I supplied images of eggs, bunnies and chicks for them to choose from, which they coloured in, cut out and stuck on. They looked very cool and the kids loved them (as I'm sure their parents did too). You always know something is a success when the kids then go on and make more in their own time! Thanks from New Zealand :)
Here are some instructions on how to make some lovely pop up cards. Even better - you get to talk about the beauty of fractals! Mine are christmassy but can easily be adapted. The ppt might take a while to download as all the demos are videos with written instructions next to them, perfect for a class of pupils working at different speeds.
Valentine's Day Pop-Up Valentine Card. Step by step directions on how to make a pop up Valentine card for Valentine's Day with just a plain piece paper! Includes instructions, template for cutting and folding, photos of what the card will look like when folded. After students make the cards, they can decorate them and add their own personal message with crayons, markers, glitter, stickers, etc. Enjoy! - HappyEdugator<br />
This lesson is designed as an introduction to the idea of the Holy Trinity. <br />
It links to the new edexcel GCSE spec - section one - Christian beliefs. <br />
The lesson includes an introduction to the idea of what the Trinity is and how it links to Christian beliefs about the nature of God. It includes:<br />
a video <br />
analogies to help students grasp the concept<br />
a short card sort exercise. <br />
There are differentiated objectives and extension tasks to help stretch students thinking.
This is a full and well resourced scheme of work on Islam. It includes a scheme of work document, extensive resources for all abilities and plenty of opportunities for assessment. <br />
The scheme of work includes an initial mythbusting task (very successful with students of all ages), then work on the nature of Allah, the prophet Muhammad's life, detailed work on each of the 5 pillars of Islam, the nature of tawhid and shirk, and a project on women in Islam. Included are various tasks which are academically rigorous as well as fun and thought provoking (not always at the same time).<br />
Outside of the scheme of work, I also include some other useful resources. <br />
Please feel free to contact me after purchase if you have any questions about the resources or if anything seems amiss. Many thanks.
Lesson designed to accompany OCR GCSE course but easily adaptable. Includes summaries and activities for the cosmological, teleological, ontological and moral argument as well as an activity for students to complete.