Apples in clay
Students look at real apples and imitate the apples with clay. They use a modeling stick to make the well, the crown and the stem. When the clay apple has dried, it can be painted. Mix the paint to get as close to the true colors of the apple as …
Your name in graffiti
Students write their name in graffiti style. Each letter has a different pattern. Afterwards, students color the letters and make the edges black.
Autumn scene with ecoline and washing machine
Students draw things to do with autumn. They finish their drawing with ecoline.
Eraser board for the teacher
Miss Eva often uses erase boards in class. But how can you quickly evaluate more than 20 erase boards? How do you clarify who needs what?
She came up with a laminated floor plan of the class. On this she notes with symbols which students are doing …
The life of the frog: Magnetic board
In this contribution you see an example of a magnetic board about the life of the frog.
Closing the day with goal checker
End the day with some exercises to check the goals of the course material components.
Looking back: Review of course material
Start the day with a brief retrospective moment.
Give the students some exercises of the material of the previous day, the previous week, the previous block and the previous school year.
Duck job: Practical example
An example of a simple system and easy-to-store one-box task for toddlers type 2 (with autism).
Figure wall in the first grade
On this wall they can add and subtract and use the splitting machine with calculating blocks.
At the back there is still letter wall. Here they can make words and sentences.