Actively practise time telling with a human clock on your school grounds
Actively practise time telling with a human clock on your school grounds.
Turn your playground into Jurassic Park with scale models of dinosaurs and their footprints.
Challenge small groups of blindfolded children to create a range of 2D shapes from a length of rope.
Use natural materials such as leaves and rocks to represent numbers and create natural equations.
Cooking these simple unleavened bread twists is a great focus around a campfire!
This is our fifth week of sustainable learning and play activities, while children are at home due to COVID-19.There ...
Use a ball of string to show the connection between every living thing.
Take a creative photograph to represent different themes – the more innovative the better!
University Innovation Park
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