Monday, 15 September 2014

Who Lives at Your House



Today's lesson idea was passed on by a friend that I was relieving for in the Tiwi Islands.
The kids are currently working on data in maths and this lesson was a cool way of collecting and recording data.
The idea behind this is that each square represents an individual from that household and the squares are colour coded so you can work out the relationship the the student. 
Mine shows for example two "other" which are my boyfriend and our housemate and two pets.

Materials:
Scissors 
Glue sticks
Coloured paper
Textas

Method: 
Create a colour coded key to guide students
Have students cut out the shape of a house
Make a sign
Add the colour coded squares which represent there family.





Why don't you show me who lives at your house?

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