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A Diamond 9 Card Sort is an activity used in the classroom to encourage learners to think through a concept on their own. Take a look at this example Diamond 9 Card Sort. A card sort is a useful tool to promote in class discussions and gather...
What's In My Tray? is a collection of free practical resources from Gratnells Learning Rooms covering science, outdoor learning, STEM and more.
The What's In My Tray? actviities support and enable curriculum-based practical work both inside and outside of the classroom.
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Tinkering creates a bridging point between a learner’s personal interests and experiences and a broad range of possible learning outcomes. It offers valuable opportunities to engage all students in STEM and fosters a more inclusive STEM education. In this way, it is very much aligned with a Science Capital Teaching...
Teach primary computing with history. This teacher-led activity adapted for the Hour of Code involves conducting online research about Ada Lovelace a female pioneer in STEM and the world’s first computer programmer!
Children present their findings using basic HTML and CSS to create a multimedia webpage all...
This resource gives examples of Scratch 2 sensing data from Vernier USB temperature and motion sensors. Using a £10 BLE dongle it also communicates wirelessly with devices including the TI Sensor Tag2, the BBC micro:bit and the Ollie robotic toy. Scratch can be used offline or run through the Chrome browser.
Gravitational Potential Energy investigation.
Lots of typos.
Calculations involving pizza progress into speculative hypotheticals revolving around planets made of pizza.
This Key Stage 2 activity teaches children about communicating securely.
The children learn that messages throughout time have been be encrypted and decrypted using ciphers.
They explore cryptography and gain an understanding of need for secure communications.
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In this article from Hello World we discuss how the foundations of computer science can contribute to Key Stage 1 mathematics and vice versa.