Apps that actually help kids learn Last week, I moderated a panel discussion at Sesame Street Workshop (yes, there were Muppets everywhere!)—an event that was part of the launch of a wonderful new book called Tap, Click, Read.
Creative Prompt for Kids - Start with a Blobby Susan Stephenson, www.thebookchook.com Here’s the next in my series of Creative Prompts for Kids. Find all the other prompts via my list, below. * Today I propose we start with a blob.
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Adam Stower teaches you how to catch your troll (you’re going to need some cake as well as your art materials for this assignment) and then get sketching. Good luck everyone, make sure that cake is delicious now won’t you?
In April 1953, as Japan continued rebuilding from the devastation of World War II, an elementary school teacher in a mountain village in Nagano Prefecture wanted to give his students a chance to enjoy drawing freely.
Jim George's insight:
Absolutely why even the most mundane parts of your teaching day are important! Cataloging has never been so easy :)
From a quick bedtime story for his son, Galvin Scott Davis has crafted Daisy Chain, a Burtonesque animation with an Oscar-winning narrator When one of Australian writer-director Galvin Scott Davis’ little boys was bullied he wanted to comfort him...
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In this week’s webinar, Guess What! author Kay Bentley set out to answer some key questions about teaching content to young learners: what do we actually mean by ‘content’, how can we motivate students to learn it, and why is it important to teach it to young learners? Kay answered the first of these questions …
I lose control of my space ship. I was flying in space to find a planet. It goes faster and faster because the aliens were pushing. I come to a strange planet, land safely and find my crew is safe. I...
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