Here are some chance and data language signs I use to display in my classroom when introducing the language of Chance & Data
Print them onto coloured paper or cardstock, laminate and they can be used over and over again.
Any recommendations on
I have used this lesson with Middle and Upper Primary Students while doing relief in classrooms...The kids absolutely love it.
They get to predict, create, explore, test, evaluate and analyse in this great paper plane building lesson.
This document is designed for Aussie Relief Teachers.
Take this note along with you on your relief days to leave for the regular classroom teacher. They will appreciate the feedback & it gives you the opportunity to leave your contact details
This is the Australian Version of an Art Colour Wheel
Have your students complete the colour wheel by colouring with paints, texta,crayons, pencils, pastels, oil pastels, the choices are endless. I have even had students collect the coloured
Students use this template to go on a symmetry hunt around the school or classroom. Photocopy onto a3 for a more effective/manageable template. Students can either collect the symmetrical/non symmetrical item or draw it. This has been used in my
Use this ordinal numbers template to create a handy classroom resource...I have printed mine onto coloured card, mounted onto funky paper and laminated them for display around the classroom.......You could also use them for a collaborative class
This graphic organiser will help your students evaluate a lesson. They can complete the 3 sections of the table:
Plus - A plus they found gained from the activity
Minus- A minus from/about the activity
Interesting - An interesting point they gained