Five for Friday: May 6th
Hi guys! I'm back to link up with Kacey from Doodle Bugs Teaching for her Five for Friday linky to share 5 teaching idea from this week! 1. Roll to the Top! In math, we have been talking about subtilizing strategies and one of the strategies we talked about is recognizing numbers quickly on a dice. I made this "Roll to the Top!" so the kids could have extra practice with counting and eventually subtilizing numbers on a dice. I have the kids roll and trace the numbers until one number reaches…
Teaching Ideas and free resources on the R.I.C. blog
A new year and a new class calls for a new classroom setup! To help you create an engaging, motivating and inspiring classroom for your students, the first Teaching Ideas freebie of 2017 is a set of fabulous posters! These six colourful and informative posters cover Science, English, History, Geography, Mathematics and Health and will brighten your classroom walls instantly.
Big Rain Coming by Katrina Germein - An Integrated Maths and Science Lesson for 1/2 - Australian Curriculum Lessons
Summary: This lesson adopts an integrated approach to teaching science, incorporating picture story books and maths concepts. The lesson aims to expand the students understanding of the differing seasons in Northern Australia and draws on their developing understanding of scientific concepts such as evaporation. The lesson should be taught as part of a continuing exploration […]
Invitation to play - set up a table with natural materials and small parts to inspire young (and not so young!) children to come and play. This is a great hands on, creative and child-led activity to go along with Australian and Indigenous studies, NAIDOC week, Australia Day, Sorry Day, Reconciliation week and more. Suitable for preschool, kinder, preps, natural learning, play based learning, homeschool/home education and just for fun!
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