Category: Suzanne Flowers

Taupō Postcard Magic

The learning was focused on inviting a special person to share with them one of these attractions. Read more about 'Taupō Postcard Magic'...

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Clock Dribble

Clock Dribble sounds like a funny name for a sports game. Students make a large circle and the ball is passed clockwise (to the right) or anti clockwise (to the left). Read more about 'Clock Dribble'...

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Positive Positional Language

Positional language refers to the place where something or someone is, often in relation to other things, such as over, under, beside, or beneath. Read more about 'Positive Positional Language'...

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Hands on Science Learning

Students planted Swan plants, watched them germinate, then saw first hand the condensation forming on the ceiling of the glasshouse lid. Read more about 'Hands on Science Learning'...

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Counting to 100 and Beyond

Mathematics can be fun and engaging. Students are unique and have different ways of learning, so giving them various opportunities to learn place value partitioning is important. Read more about 'Counting to 100 and Beyond'...

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Autumn (Ngahuru) Sensory Poems

I can see - the different coloured leaves on the ground. We saw birds, blue sky, trees, branches, children, and our teacher. Read more about 'Autumn (Ngahuru) Sensory Poems'...

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Ko Horomatangi te Taniwha Rangatira

Room 14’s inquiry topic has been ‘Our Place.’ In the initial planning the teachers have included Māori local legends from Ngāti Tuwharetoa. Read more about 'Ko Horomatangi te Taniwha Rangatira'...

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Geometry Geniuses

Bringing in different models of visuals we were able to have a more hands-on learning experience. Read more about 'Geometry Geniuses'...

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