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Resources:Plastic Wallets, mark pens, wet wipes?Buy some A3 plastic wallets here?What to do:Save some money/time/photocopying by getting students to complete self check/quick quizzes/worksheets by writing the answers on the plastic wallets!Once completed and checked, they can simply wipe away their
Resources:Various!What to do:Inspired by this Cancer Research UK Tv Advert… I began to think what can I do… (As I am Muslim, I do not drink Alcohol.)So I challenge you educators to TRY-ATHLON.In September you must try the following things…12
Resources:Willing volunteers and images!What to do:In order to spark interest and a love for art in and amongst your students try this…
Go around the school and place images of a pieces of work by various artists.
Some question grids/prompts.
What to do:
Students are organised into groups and given a topic. (Max. of 5 students in a group.)
They are then given various sources to prepare their
Resources – Rubber/place mats placed around the room– Could use A3 sheets of paperHow It Works
Using rubber mats (known as placemats), place them randomly on the floor of your classroom starting from the door.
As students enter the class, ask
How It Works:Students each handed a piece of paper- A3/4?They students must be seated in a way that each student can pass their paper to the person next to them. (You, as the teacher can plug a
Posters stuck up in each corner of the room?
How It Works:
When a teacher has set a task and activity has been completed; to check on the understanding of the students, how about you ask them
The Chinese Fortune Teller
Do you remember making these as a child, well bring them back onto the class room as either a revision aid or as a way for pupils to
Resources:Pack of cards and some post it notes!How It Works:
A pack of cards can be used in so many ways in a lesson…For example:Picking groups- Hand out cards to students as they enter the room- then ask students