Kids love to craft, and there is proven value to including craft in the learning process. But with so much to cover it can be a good idea to integrate other educational elements into craft time.
A counting and number matching game. A great activity for number awareness and recognition, one to one correspondence as well as fine motor development.
I am ashamed to admit that I was indeed one of “those” teachers, who was definitely aware of kids having food allergies, but I certainly wasn’t too concerned about the topic.
Our spirited kids are the ones you need us the most even though they test us the most.
To go with our Multiplication Grid, we have put together some fun multiplication based classroom games to share with you.
Flexible Seating is the new inclusive way to teach students in the classroom. Teachers are moving away from structured rows and boring school-provided group seating to create flexible space for students to learn.
Thankfully, gone are the days where a child would cop a clip over the ear from an old-school teacher for perceived misdemeanours, or outrageously, misspelling a word.
From an early age, students are noticing and experimenting with different shapes. Exploring 2D shapes in the classroom builds upon mathematical knowledge.
The last seven weeks of teaching have been an absolute whirlwind with so many highs, lows, wins and fails along the way, despite the challenges.
The one major thing that removes the joy from teaching is, without a doubt, dealing with badly behaved students.