Thursday, 2 August 2012

Outdoor Maths: Right Angles

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5 comments:

Ash Val said...

I love this. Teaching maths in a kinaesthetic way can be so beneficial for the kids who might not see the real life application of maths in a classroom. My sister is doing her dissertation on different styles of learning in maths and i'll be sure to forward this on to her.

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Ash Val said...

I love this. Teaching maths is such a kinaesthetic way can really help kids who can't see the real life applications of maths. My sister is doing her dissertation on how effective different styles of learning are so I shall be sure to link her to your blog.

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Kierna C said...

Fantastic Juliet, I bet the children love to see you coming in an sub teacher! Going to keep this one for my primary collagues in September to try & entice them outside!!

wrystarr said...

I absolutely love what you are doing here for the kids. You're making learning so much fun for the kids just like Ms. Frizzle from the Magic School Bus only without the magical latter. Keep it up!

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Juliet Robertson said...

It is all very doable. I've always had a practical approach to shape work so I think that's why it slides outside so nicely!