Not sure what it is, but going through print articles in the local newspaper and circling words that have an import as I read them is quite therapeutic! And then to redact the rest of the text often leaves a mysterious message in the remainder.
Couldn’t help myself creating this little zine about our visit to Jurassic World. Anything to brighten the day of my grandchildren – anyone really. I know I’m the world’s worst illustrator and designer – I normally just steal from others – but sent it to the little fella in the mail and I’ll bet he takes it to school to show his teacher. That’s thing about experimenting, you never know where it may end up. And if you are motivated to help others and add joy to their life, then it generates a trail of good wishes.
The art of the tip sheet really helps with understanding. To be able to summarise all the necessary information into a one-pager saves time – certainly in comparison to watching videos, reading long-form text and wading through pages of distractions and irritations. Here’s my latest info sheet – all about my favourite topic – humour.
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Another curriculum pack for the Middle School classroom students. Some great activities here to learn how to fine tune your humor attitude. Look through your laugh lens, and silly spectacles to how the world really is. It is hilarious. These worksheets show you how to find the funny. Here
Some great investigative worksheets on the cross-curriculum topic of Graffiti. Here I have used student interest in the topic to explore various cross-curriculum areas such as math, social science, debate, visual arts, and history. I find the cross curriculum nature of these units provide so many learning opportunities. The packs covers the following topics: – Street Artists such as Banksy – School policy on dealing with graffiti – Investigation on graffiti removal products – reading a chart – Experimenting in Street Art – Art v Vandalism arguments – Creating a Tag – History of Graffiti – Graffiti Poetry Response This
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