# Matematyką się baw i zdobywaj świat - pomysły

ZESPÓŁ SZKOLNO-PRZEDSZKOLNY W PIASKU. Weaving crafts round up. Tabliczka mnożenia - Moje Dzieci Kreatywnie. Adaś za miesiąc będzie miał 7 lat, a do pierwszej klasy poszedł jako 6 latek. obecnie obniżony program nauczania matematyki w klasie pierwszej przewiduje dodawanie i odejmowanie w zakresie do 10.

Resources from the HartResources from the Hart. While I was checking out all my random social media outlets this evening, I ran across this picture: Mind.

Blown. (Yeah, it doesn’t take much…) So simple and easy, and yet I had never thought to use legos. Sure, I used all sorts of math manipulatives to teach my students about fractions. Resources from the HartResources from the Hart. I love finding all kinds of fun ideas for my teachers out on the web.

I live on Twitter getting rock star ideas from my PLN. I also venture out into other realms of Educational Blogs, Pinterest, Teachers Pay Teachers, Google+, Facebook, and so much more. Although there are so many educators to follow world wide, sometimes we forget that there are outstanding educators right in our own backyards doing amazing and engaging activities with their students everyday! Tori Filas, a third grade teacher at Three Chopt Elementary, is constantly doing a awesome activities with her students. Tic Tac Toe - Stone Bees & Ladies Birds. Today, we are sharing another little craft that we made for Poppy Cat and her friends.

Poppy Cat loves to head outdoors. How about this craft and activity celebrating one of Poppy Cat’s favourite things to find the garden: Bees and Ladybirds. Then turn them into a game of Noughts & Crosses (Tic Tac Toe) or Hide & Seek. Get closer to nature – collected some sticks and stones whilst out at the park or on the beach, then head home and get crafty! The lovely thing about this craft is, that it is easy to make and you can play with your finished stone pets in so many different ways. Rok Matematyki na Pomorzu. Matematyka - Bingo ~ W mojej klasie. Easy sewing patterns for kids. What sweet easy sewing patterns for kids!

We do rather enjoy a bit of sewing… We were lucky enough to have mothers and grandmothers who could sew, (not being gender specific here, that’s just how it was then!) I have incredibly fond memories of my school summer dresses and school party dresses being made by my mother, the fabric’s and patterns spread over the dining table, the shiny pins, and chalk, the drum of the electric sewing machine noise. Mini paper medallions {hello 2013!}

Hello everyone!

I hope you’ve all had a lovely Christmas and New Year. Woven paper gift topper. I‘m pretty chuffed with these woven paper gift toppers.

They are a sinch to make and look really great with recycled newspaper wrap. The idea originated from this woven yarn gift topper which you can see at giverslog.com and from this image which comes from the book More Last Minute Knitted Gifts. How-to ♥ Cut some strips of colored paper. Mine were 0.5cm wide. They need to be long enough to wrap around your gift. Crepe Paper Petals Wall Hanging. I love looking at images of flower torans, which are festive garlands hung in Indian households as celebratory decorations, and decided to figure out a crepe paper version.

Torans are so fun – the patterns and colors are super cheerful. There are a million ways to use this technique – you can make a wall hanging, garlands, bunting, leis, etc., and you can scale them to suit whatever space you’re decorating. They would look great as a backdrop at a party or wedding! Paper Plate Weaving How To. I have to confess, that there are not “many paper plate crafts” on Red Ted Art yet.

Mathematics. Cardboard Dad: Реплика-геометрика. Обычно, я не копирую никакие промышленные игрушки, но тут получилось исключение.

Polyhedra Models. Générateur de Dobble. Highhill Homeschool: Origami Icosahedron. We made origami icosahedrons from 30 sheets of folded square paper. As part of our creative hands-on math studies we have been studying icosahedrons. Icosahedrons are 20 sided three-dimensional solid figures. When the faces of solid figures protrude to form more complex solids, the shapes become star-like and are known as stellations. The icosahedron we created is the small triambic icosahedron, also known as the first stellation of the icosahedron.

This video tutorial on how to construct a small triambic icosahedron. Thirty square sheets of paper are folded exactly the same way. Then they are slid together in groups of five. This photo shows the outside of five points of the stellated icosahedron. Assembled, twenty points protruded from the twenty faces of the icosahedron. Here's a link to a similar Twenty-Point Origami Star Icosahedron. Be sure to check out these blog hops for more great kid educational activities. ConstellationGeoboards. Have you and your kids discovered geoboards yet? The Easiest DIY Geoboard. Have you ever made a geoboard? We have, three times over. I am of the belief that there truly can never be enough geoboards in the universe…..ha! If you don’t know what a geoboard is, it’s a learning toy that involves a grid of nails or pins that children wrap rubber bands around.

For little ones it helps develop fine motor skills and for older kids it’s a great tool for exploring area and perimeter in a hands-on exercise. Geoboards can be purchased. STEM Activities: Tensile Bubbles. I’m always on the lookout for STEM activities with a WOW factor and today’s engineering project for kids probably tops that list. I mean just look at the bubble below- yes, THAT IS A BUBBLE! And shhhh don’t tell anyone, it’s not too hard to make…. Ever since I saw this cubic bubble I’ve wanted to make a whole host of 3D shaped bubble wands to explore how the outer wand structure affects the shape of the inverted bubbles that form.

Highhill Homeschool: Math. Speed! - Skip Counting Game for Multiplication.