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From The Numberverse by Andy Day Do: Put a number line on the floor. Or you could lay it out on tables and all gather round. Just make sure there are some big spaces between the numbers. Children may have comments before you even start, just from what they have seen so far. Hear them out in case you can use them as a starting point. Before...
Ages: Ages 14-16 (KS4), Ages 11-14 (KS3), Ages 7-11 (KS2)
Themes: Number line, Fractions
Rulers - thinking about knowledge and stealing
Thought Adventure no. 20 Equipment needed and preparation: A standard classroom ruler and a less standard, more unique looking item(s). Starting age: 5 years Key concepts / vocabulary: steal, find, borrow, know, intention, property, ownership, permission Subject links: PSHE and all knowledge-based subjects Key controversies: Wh...
Ages: Ages 7-11 (KS2), Ages 5-7 (KS1)
Subjects: Science , RE, Maths, Ethics, Epistemology, English
Teddy Bears' Picnic
This is insired by Morag and Berys Gaut's book, Philosophy For Young Children. It also draws from ‘who gets what and why?’ by Anja Steinbauer in the compendium of philosophy sessions, The Philosophy Shop, edited by Peter Worley. Resources 3 Bears, scissors and circle of thin card or paper plate Stimulus Using two o...
The 2 Square
2 2 2 2 Start Question: Take a look at the 2s above. How many numbers do you think are there? Nested Questions: How many different answers can you think of? If someone said that...
Ages: All | All
Subjects: Metaphysics, Maths
Themes: Perception , Numbers, Forms