I have been a busy little bee over the last few weeks, so I thought I would share with you what I’ve been working on. Now you may be wondering where on earth I got all this time from….well it’s because my Little Miss Two and hubby have been away in Queensland, so I have [...]
Well after working all weekend, I finally added another item to my store. My Olympic Games Activities are just in time; phew….This product is available for $4.50, just pop over to my store to purchase it Just click on the image above to go to my store! I follow many sellers on TpT and love [...]
(Read on for a FREEBIE at the end ) Well it’s only one more sleep until the London 2012 Olympic Games are here (27 July – 12 August, 2012). I love watching the Olympics and really get into the spirit of the Games. I have always used the Olympics as a platform to inspire my [...]
This investigation of floating and sinking is ideal for junior primary students. Students look at the objects provided and predict if they think that object will float or sink. Students then test if their predictions are correct by performing the investigation. The attached worksheet (see link at the end of the post) can be used [...]
I have produced a worksheet you can use when teaching graphing skills. It is suited to the junior and middle primary years. The worksheet focuses on students reading a bar graph, making sense of the information presented and then answering questions about the graph. The graph includes the conventions students will need to know so [...]
Continued from Tales From A First Year Teacher: My First Day As A Real Teacher Arghh, what’s that noise? Oh, it’s just the alarm going….groan it’s so...