A set of 10 fun, hands-on challenge activities to investigate capacity. Great for reinforcing key vocabulary and concepts. The visual capacity challenge cards also come with a ‘Teacher Guide’ – ideal for double-sided laminating. Activities include sorting containers relating to capacity and finding out which container will be best for a thirsty Ted to drink from. Why not display our capacity key word cards to reinforce key vocabulary such as full, empty and half full
See the lovely sewing poster bottom left. Mass Jewish settlement in Spitalfields combines with the invention of the sewing machine to launch the mechanized clothing trade – and introduces bagels to the area.
There's nothing better in the winter than knowing you can heat your home for two or three days of residual heat off nothing more than a handfull of twigs. This first fantastic design by Jon Santiago http://jonalejandro.com , builder in collaboration with Julian Irusta and El Manzano Permaculture School.The design concept of the rocket mass heater takes the heat of the flames and runs it along through a mass of cob that heats and retains the heat to slowly dissipate it into the home…
This is a fun activity to explore the science of balance and weight in the classroom. Have the students use the classroom balance scales to see how much items from their pencil boxes weigh. Does it weigh 1 bear, 2 bears, 3 bears, or more? Your students will have fun weighing their school supplies and recording their data!