This is a lesson plan set for a day devoted to Art, in reception class. It is designed to involve parents and allow then to work with their children on a range of Art projects throughout the day.
This is to provide a link between home and school, and to encourage parents to be involved with Art in the work family setting.
This resource has a power point to demonstrate the idea of this resource, and show what the finished product would look like. It includes a sheet of 17 word problems which can be printed out, laminated and used with younger children. The hands-on aspect of this idea is rooted in the concept of concrete experiences for younger children, to help them grasp more abstract ideas.
A PowerPoint to demonstrate and illustrate solving word problems involving division. Aligned with Common Core State Standard: 5.NBT.6 Number and Operations in Base Ten: Perform operations with multi-digit whole numbers and with decimals to hundredths.
This is a selection of ideas for supporting children who find it difficult to access the general classroom activities. They help the child to contextualize reading and writing, as well as the recognition skills and intrinsic meaning within the process of learning to read, and then write.
The formats can be changed to suit children as individuals, and their particular interests and choices.
Could also be used in other situations, such as supporting children learning English as a new language. These items could also be made more complex, as the child progresses.
This power point is aimed at enriching the experiences of 3rd-5th grade children, and help them project their skills to something more challenging. There is of course more than one answer to the algebra statements, and teachers and children can use them as they see fit. I hope this will help"flip the switch" for tired curriculum exercises...
This power point celebrates the work completed at the end of a project focusing on drawing. We explored seeing and perceiving and experimented with different ways to record our thoughts and ideas. We took ourselves as starting points and produced these innovative and insightful drawings using charcoal and some chalk.
Adults were also offered opportunity to take part in Drawing inset day. The work was put on display to enjoy looking at what we all had done and accomplished.
The documents are designed to support EAL learning, specifically with regards sentence construction. They give learners opportunity to think, make judgments and decide what is appropriate. They are fun, especially when you get it wrong...
The concept can be applied to other situations at the teachers discretion...
This power point and activity sheets, are to help children think logically and methodically about solving number problems. The class could rehearse the skills needed, or just let the children have a go at working out the puzzles.
This set of resources has a powerpoint of students work, which is fairly self-explanatory. We made a Universe, colour mixing and matching, tissue paper skies, 3D cosmonauts/astronauts, designing space badges from space missions.
A three week series of planning also included.
This set of resources include a four week planning sequence and power point of the dioramas that the children made. When all put together they made a vibrate display on a wall, and create an atmosphere evocative of the rainforest environment.
A powerpoint to illustrate and demonstrate solving word problems involving time using add/sub/multi/divide. Aligned with Common Core Standard: 2.NBT.5, 2.NBT.7, Number and Operations in Base Ten: Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract. Aligned with Common Core Standard: 3.NBT.2 Number and Operations in Base Ten: Use place value understanding and properties of operations to perform multi-digit arithmetic.