Welcome to Learning Links 6
Fancy a game of chess? Here’s an opportunity to develop children’s skills playing chess in class.
This is a fascinating article on teaching grammar in context, KS3 but actually utterly relevant to teaching grammar at SMRP.
@MsFindlater has written a super piece on Unlocking the Power of Progress; it is full of practical ways to assess learning in lessons. She is really keen for feedback on her ideas – leave a comment on her blog.
Did you know it is National Science & Engineering Week 15-24 March 2013? There are lots of activities and ideas available on the British Science Association site.
Gorgeous science through art resources are found on this website, www.houseofillustration.org.uk.
Fancy a motivational poster or two, superb examples to download here at technology.rocks.
Cracking maths vocabulary lists translated, including Somali, ready for you to download right now! Free on the emaths website.
And finally, I am really enjoying the gorgeous photographs posted by @FascinatingPics; they make great photos for thinking activities, but this one is especially for Year 2!
This blog is meant for us to share and learn together, so do leave a comment or two – maybe you’ve read something you disagree with, or tried out an idea with great success. Do let us know. And please share your ideas for learning!