This is a really detailed post about a learning session with primary 2/3. I really enjoyed reading the post, somewhat amazed at how much went on. I imagine that parent would be delighted getting this view of their children’s classroom.
This is a guest post by Metaphrog (John Chalmers and Sandra Marrs), creators of the award-nominated Louis graphic novels and The Red Shoes and Other Tales. Metaphrog, alongside Dave Hook from Stanley Odd, were the lead artists on Graphic Lyrics, our Booked! project with Shawlands Academy, Glasgow.
your place to find information on Edinburgh International Book Festival’s learning events and projects, as well as event recordings, activities and resources.
Bramble Brae are holding a community event this Friday (3rd of June) at 2pm. Come along and see the mural!
from: The mural is on tour
I love the subtitle of this blog:
Imagining Aberdeen: A Children’s Parliament and Aberdeen City Council Project | All blog posts by children from the Children’s Parliament Team.
A nice example of a sway embedded in a Glow blog: Three Billy Goats Gruff – Digital story « Polbeth Nursery School Blog, some of the nearby posts look intriguing too: Using Mathematical Language in our Mud Kitchen « Polbeth Nursery School Blog
The boys and girls are increasingly confident in spotting signs of Spring and have noticed many different leaf buds as well as new green leaves and needles emerging on trees. Some spotted new growth on a fallen tree and were quick to suggest that some of the roots must still be in the ground and transporting water up the trunk to allow this!! They also spent time with Mrs Ade trying to figure out how old trees are without having to cut them down and count growth rings! The children had a go at using measuring tapes to work out the circumference of the trunks. Some of the boys and girls decided to look at the girth of two trees to compare and predict which one was older and which one was younger.
This post gives inside into the live outside. Fire starting, digging holes, mini beasts and more.
Bearsden Primary are using their Glow Blog to present their Soundcloud Audio: Interview with Mr Meehan | Bearsden Primary School
You can embed Soundcloud music or audio by pasting the URL to a soundcloud page into the Post editor.
You can also upload audio files of up to 50mb to your Glow blog to create a podcast episode.
dedicated TGS BBC School Report site. Over the past few years students from The Gordon Schools have been making the news by taking part in this fantastic BBC News School Report project.
The site has reports from various teams on lots of topics: Business, Education, Entertainment, &, Arts, Health, Politics, Sci/Environment and Technology.
Post also give a blow by blow account of the participation