The Numbers Give the Design How about making designs like the ones above? It's just a matter of getting a group of numbers together that repeat and then using a simple drawing rule, then colouring the pattern in. A good way to start is to take a number sequence that you like, for example square numbers or the times table. Just keep the ones (units) of those numbers, for example etc. or etc. You may notice that with these, and perhaps your own sequences, they go to a and then repeat.
BrainStorms - Product Details @ Learning Network NZ This collection of zany and stimulating activity cards is for learners who love to think in different directions. Brainstorms will light up the imaginations of children and adults anywhere. If you enjoy challenging your thinking, these creative exercises are just for you. their possible uses will only be limited by your own imagination. educational content on ASO Developed by Education Services Australia through The Le@rning Federation, the education collection is designed to help teachers and students make the most of the wide range of moving image resources on the site. The clips in this collection are accompanied by teachers’ notes created by specialist curriculum writers. Expert curators’ notes also provide useful background material.
Upper Primary Working Systematically KS2 Half Time KS 1 & 2 Challenge Level: What could the half time scores have been in these Olympic hockey matches? Sitting Round the Party Tables Sweets are given out to party-goers in a particular way. Investigate the total number of sweets received by people sitting in different positions. 3 Circle Venn Diagram Template Use our special 'Click to Print' button to block the rest of the page and only send the image to your printer. Literacy Teaching Resources, KS1, Foundation Stage, EYFS Alphabet A collection of alphabet related primary teaching resources, ideal to use to encourage reading and writing development in the foundation stage (EYFS) and key stage one (KS1). Letters & Sounds Phase 1 A collection of printable resources relating to phase 1 of the DFES Letters and Sounds programme.
Ultra Cute Origami Easter Bunnies with Cotton Bums - Oh So Very Pretty I know there’s been an influx of Easter-related posts on our blog – we’ve made a card and watercolored some eggs, and the next thing we’re going to share are bunnies! I’m not actually quite sure how bunnies are related to Easter, but a quick search on the web came up with a children’s story, a number of medieval church art inspirations and whatnot! All I remembered was that as a child, whenever we had Sunday School, our teacher would often bring a bunny for the kids to see and pet. Being a competitive little kid, I challenged my teacher once why she would bring a bunny, but not allow any of us to bring it home as a prize. Frustrated, one of the teachers thought it was a bright idea to tell me that it is a prize if I answered all the questions correctly.
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Control Alt Achieve: The 4 C’s of Education Our students’ future will most likely look quite different from our past. If we want them to be successful after graduation it is critical that we help them develop the skills they will need in five, ten, or fifteen years from now. In the past the “3 R’s” were good enough (even though only one of those skills actually started with an ‘R’ - Reading, ‘Riting, and ‘Rithmetic). Where the Sidewalk Ends “My beard grows to my toes, I never wear no clothes, I wraps my hair Around my bare, And down the road I goes.” – “My Beard” Where the Sidewalk Ends “Needles and pins, Needles and pins, Sew me a sail To catch me the wind.” – from “Needles and Pins” Falling Up “Millie McDeevit screamed a scream So loud it made her eyebrows steam.” – from “Screamin’ Millie” Falling Up “I will not play at tug o’ war. I’d rather play at hug o’ war” – from “Hug O’ War” Where the Sidewalk Ends “If you are a dreamer, come in.” – from “Invitation” Where the Sidewalk Ends “Anything can happen, child, ANYTHING can be.” – from “Listen to the Mustn’ts" Where the Sidewalk Ends “Balancing my ABCs Takes from noon to half past three. I don’t have time to grab a T Or even stop to take a P.” – “Alphabalance” Falling Up “Last night I had a crazy dream That I was teachin’ school.