Snowman

This activity is related to perception and expression of emotions, calculation and measuring, know-how to learn, research and creativity. Attachments Good practices – Snowman (513 kB) Post Views: 211

KIBO

The KIBO robotic kit utilizes a software called CHERP that allows young children to physically construct the computer programs by connecting interlocking wooden blocks, representing a series of events. Attachments Good practices – KIBO (444 kB) Post Views: 221

Testing Timers

This activity is designed to get children thinking about how sand timers work. Attachments Good practices – Testing timers (356 kB) Post Views: 187

Senses

This is a good activity for teaching senses in a practical and playful way. Attachments Good practices – Senses (400 kB) Post Views: 206

Sources of light and shadows

Students will learn about sources of light and how shadows are made. They also will develop their critical thinking skills. Attachments Good practices – Light and Shadow (436 kB) Post Views: 188

Life cycles

The most important aim in this activity is to raise ecological awareness and become empathic towards all living beings.   Attachments Good practices – Life cycles (482 kB) Post Views: 206

High density cognitive paths doing geometry

This activity stimulates discussion and debate among children, boosts their creativity and assesses the ability to work in teams.   Attachments Good practices – High density congnitive paths (483 kB)Good practices – High density congnitive paths (480 kB) Post Views: 232

Geometry with MIND robot

With Mind robot, the participants acquire knowledge of geometry and programming in a playful and active way. Attachments Good practices – MIND robot (395 kB) Post Views: 179

Robot DOC on the line of numbers

In this activity, the students will perform simple addition, subtraction and multiplication tasks and program a robot to check their answers.   Attachments Good practices – Robot DOC (431 kB) Post Views: 206

Getting clean drinking water

Educational goals: Learning a way of getting clean drinking water, becoming aware that the clean drinking water is rare in the nature and encouraging respect for water as a natural resource. Attachments Good practices – Clean water (368 kB) Post Views: 186

Making an ‘active‘ volcano

In this activity students will learn more about how lava is formed and become aware of the effects volcanos have on the soil, the dangers and the devastation they sometime leave behind. Attachments Good practices – Active volcano (367 kB) Post Views: 195

Programming with Next 2.0

Students are given the specific mission of identifying the water states, cycles and uses and programming Next 2.0 to achieve the challenges defined by the teacher.   Attachments Good practices – Next 2.0 (504 kB) Post Views: 212

From poetry to robotics

In this activity students discover through robotics that mathematics and poetry have many things in common. Attachments Good practices – From poetry to robotics (426 kB) Post Views: 214

Inseparable. Or not?

Students discover how magnets work through different experiments related to real situations in which their use is useful. Attachments Good practices – Inseparable. Or not? (449 kB) Post Views: 240