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Books to Make with Children « “Things to do Instead of Watching TV” Book Books to Make with Children Jo - Saturday, October 25, 2008, 12:02 amCategories: Holidays, Homeschooling, Lesson Plans, WritingTags: accordion, book, craft, envelope, flip, Holidays, journal, mini, November, peek-a-boo, peek-over, pop-up, shapes, templates, theme, Web site, Writing November includes many special days, including “Children’s Book Week”. There are tons of different types of books you can make with your children. Childhood 101 Blow It Up: Exploring Gas with Balloons Hands on fun exploring gas with balloons, baking soda and vinegar! Mystery Bag Monsters! Make mystery bags with treasures and trash; children create one of a kind monsters. Surprise Drawings
Podcasting for schools - the basics Podcasting can help reach pupils that more traditional methods cannot. But how does it work? Podcasting is becoming a bit of a big deal in the internet world, doing for audio on the web what blogging has done for text - making the production and dissemination of audio available to all; putting the means of production in the hands of the many. Beth Newingham: Reading Workshop: What It Looks Like in My Classroom In my classroom, students are allowed to read in different places around the classroom rather than being confined to their desks. The place they choose to read is called their "book nook." There are many comfy places to read in our classroom including a couch, dish chairs, dice stools, and beanbags. While it is great to have so many comfortable options for independent reading, it can also lead to arguments over who gets to read in the extra special pieces of furniture.
ICT applications in Literacy MP3 commentary Description: Produce audio commentaries to be played back by an individual on a portable audio device as they move around a particular location.