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Year 3 Fractions (3) Recognise and use fractions as numbers: unit fractions and non-unit fractions with small denominators. Teaching Fractions - Fraction Games and Fraction Activities. National Curriculum: Fractions (including decimals and percentages) - Year 3 - Exemplification. Fractional Triangles. Use the lines on this figure to show how the pattern of triangles can be used to divide the square into two halves, three thirds, six sixths and nine ninths.
More lines are needed to divide it into four quarters. What is the least amount of line needed to do this if the quarters are in one piece and all the same shape? How many ways can you divide it into halves using just the lines given? Fractional Triangles. National Curriculum: Fractions (including decimals and precentages) - Year 3 - Activities.
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This was the third time Pie had been to my school. The focus of the day was SPaG a la Pie in the morning and a look at creative writing through art, photos, sculpture etc… in the afternoon. Classroom Learning Resources. Subject coodinator’s guide to art and design. If you’re thinking about taking responsibility for art and design leadership, there are two assessments you might make – how strong is your subject knowledge and do you know what and how children have been taught before?
Many primary teachers have not actively engaged in art and design since they were in Y9, and their Initial Teacher Training may not have covered the area in much detail. KS2 art and design: using picture books. Children shouldn't be encouraged to 'grow out' of picture books, suggests Robert Watts.
During a recent visit to a Y6 class, I noticed a girl quietly enjoying the book she was reading. I could see it was a picture book, though I couldn’t make out the title as she purposefully kept it on her lap, carefully hidden from her classmates. Art and design lessons: using colour. Like musicians and authors, artists and designers have their own creative language and vocabulary.
One part of this vocabulary is colour. Colour infuses our world with emotion and meaning. From the zingy tang of citric green to the mellow richness of cocoa brown, our world inspires, repulses, cajoles, warns and informs us through visual messages in colour. If we think of colour as visual adjectives, it becomes easy to appreciate its importance in art and design. Art and design resource: batik. Robert Watts takes Indonesian stories as the starting point for creating beautiful batiks...
One of the appealing features of traditional tales is the sense that we’ve heard the story somewhere before, though we often can’t quite remember where. There’s something about the plot that sounds familiar: we know that the hero will suffer slings and arrows for a while before he finally succeeds in living happily ever after with the girl next door who, more often than not, turns out to have been a wealthy princess all along.
Creative lesson starters: art & design. Sue Cowley shares four ways to put pupils in a positive frame of mind for learning... 1. Imaginative art lessons. The IOE's Nicholas Addison offers two imaginative routes you can take to deliver meaningful art and design into the classroom... The IOE’s Nicholas Addison offers two imaginative routes you can take to deliver meaningful art and design into the classroom… In this article I want to look at how primary subject leaders can ensure that children experience art and design as creative and meaningful. One way is to consider the benefits of play in the early years and build on them in primary education and, as such, the examples I look at incorporate playful activities, taking on an imaginative cast through which participants are invited to imagine other worlds.
KS1 & KS2 art: experimenting with paint. One hundred years ago, the role of painting underwent a huge change. With the increasingly widespread use of photography, the pressure on artists to record the visual world was lifted and artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Joan Miró began to experiment with abstraction. These artists embraced the notion that paint was a material that couldn’t always be controlled, that it could have a life of its own, that it could speak for itself. As a lecturer in art education, I’ve often reflected on the changes in children’s artwork as they grow older. Essentially, children make the same journey as artists like Kandinsky, but in the opposite direction. KS1 and KS2 art: be inspired by nature. When I was a schoolboy, way back in the last century, one of the things I loved doing seems, well, a little old-fashioned. Nature study, we used to call it, in those innocent years BNC (Before the National Curriculum).
At the first signs of the changing seasons, my classmates and I would be sent to explore the distant corners of the playing field, to pounce victoriously on unsuspecting daisies before plucking them out of the soil and sellotaping them into our exercise books. Back in the classroom, we would endeavour to make detailed drawings of our specimens, and I like to imagine that our teacher encouraged us with the words of the Victorian art critic John Ruskin: “I would rather teach drawing that my pupils may learn to love nature, than teach the looking at nature that they may learn to draw.” I suspect Ruskin would be horrified to find that, today, some children would be more inclined to Google a daisy than draw it.
How to catch up with marking. That mountain of books won't mark itself, so why not follow Peter Greaves advice and turn it into a more manageable molehill? Cross curricular KS2 topic: rocks and soils. As many schools work towards redesigning their curriculum, there has been a shift from the prescribed nature of QCA schemes to increasingly personalised units of work. ~*~ Apples of Your Eye! ~*~: Writer's Notebook Organization! I've been using the Writer's Workshop model of teaching and celebrating writing for the last 6 years, but this is the first year that I feel I've got a good grip on how to help my students organize their Writer's Notebooks (WN). A Literate Life - Anchor Charts. Every Lined Paper Under the Sun! If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed email so you won't miss a thing.
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This upcoming week we are learning all about the importance of settings in stories! To help my kiddos fully grasp what setting is, here’s what we’ll be doing: First, we’ll receive a special delivery package from a “ kid world traveler” named Sam. Inside the package, we will find a letter from Sam and many photographs. Sam is a photojournalist, or someone who likes to tell stories through his pictures. Writing Myths Lesson Plans: Large creative writing sword templates" This five page banner is included for free in this set of Writing Myths lesson plans. Doodle Coloring Pages. Print out my Free Coloring Pages. Postcards. Famous Pirates of the Bahamas For Kids. Famous Pirates Information. Learning Adventures with Mrs. Gerlach: Motivational Magic! Kids Toys, Stickers Games - Medical, Dental, Teachers.
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