Simple step by step guides and symbol supports to create this lovely Christmas treats. Easy to follow by pupils Used within EYFS and ASD provision Great hands on activity....only problem is you need double the ingredients so you can taste test along the way !!
A tool to model today's weather and to open discussion on the topic. Ask pupils to suggest appropriate clothes for the characters. Lighten or darken the sky and choose wind strength, cloud cover, sun, rain, snow or storm.
Sculptures can be made out of snow and ice. In Sweden every year there is a competition to make a snow hotel. Snow is blown onto a metal frame. Once the frame is removed the snow is smoothed and snow pillars are carved to support the roof. Everything is made out of snow including the beds, bar, glasses and tables.
Write a weather report for your area and hear it narrate back. Clicking the map and weather icons along the bottom of the screen will change both the script and the weather reporter's map, depending on the icons selected. Once all items are included in the script, pressing PLAY will narrate back the Weather Report. The script can be printed out and the pupils could pretend to read from this, in a pretend TV studio. A great chance to get that school video camera out!!
A pack of activities to give to children before the snow comes, to keep them entertained and learning during the bad weather in the event of school closure. Much more than just worksheets, these are ideas for how to learn from the environment, and encourages parents to work with their children and have fun!
Photo based PowerPoint files that could also be printed for use in a classroom display. Photos are all high quality and could be used as discussion points, writing prompts or as an introduction to a topic. Covers all 4 seasons.
Make the most of those icy and snowy days with a fun, challenging activity investigating how to build an igloo using ice cubes. Involve your children in testing ideas and solving problems to find out more about cold places.