L.O: I understand that ‘history’ means things that happened in the past. I can talk about things which have happened in my personal history. I can plot events onto a timeline in the correct order.
An art lesson flipchart to help students to get inspired by artist Henri Matisse and make cutouts of their own. This resource is adapted from another resource - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/henri-matisse-cut-outs-lesson-11203884 credits -Author: Hipsta
Students learn to find the 1/4 and 3/4 of a number Sucess Criteria Figure out the fraction of the objects by drawing a grid of how many objects Draw the objects in the grid to see visually the fraction amount. Split the fraction into correct number of groups to find the Half 1/2 and quarter1/4 Split the fraction into correct number of groups to find the half 1/2,quarter 1/4 and three fourth 3/4 Figure out the fraction of the objects using known multiplication facts
A minimum prep art lesson with no paint brushes for Early Years, Year 1,2 Learning about drip painting technique invented by Jackson Pollock.
In this lesson students will learn about the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements. Looking at contributions of Neil Armstrong and Christopher Columbus.
In this lesson students will make their own paper fans to cool off the summer heat. Perfect for end of year Summer art activities
In this lesson students will learn about the difference in childhood in the past and in the present in History (Unit - Changes in Living Memory)
In this lesson children recognise the multiples of 2,5 and 10 and record multiplication facts for 5. This is followed by relating multiplication with division using arrays.