100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Homework - 100 Ideas for Teachers (Paperback)
  • 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Homework - 100 Ideas for Teachers (Paperback)

100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Homework - 100 Ideas for Teachers (Paperback)

Paperback 128 Pages / Published: 15/06/2017
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This new addition to the bestselling 100 Ideas series is filled with fun and creative activities to develop learning in a range of curriculum areas, including quick-fire games to support mental maths and spelling, activities to sustain emotional and physical wellbeing, and more challenging tasks designed to build children's knowledge and understanding of the world around them. Perfect for NQTs and more experienced teachers looking for alternative ideas and inspiration for setting homework, this book will encourage teachers to move away from everyday worksheets, to more practical and accessible activities that are sure to engage children (and parents), and help learning at home complement learning in the classroom.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9781472944757
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 147 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm

This book is packed full of ideas, suggestions and practical tips for making homework count. Students will love sharing their learning at home whilst parents will be sure to see the benefits of reinforcing learning through engaging and stimulating activities. Set to be a guaranteed winner for every primary teacher who wishes to inspire a love of learning beyond the classroom walls. * Claire Bracher, Assistant Headteacher, @cjabracher *
100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Homework is a little gem of a book that makes homework a practical, engaging activity for the whole family. Thus, homework doesn't become a fight ending in tears but a fun exploration of the home and local environment that develops lifelong skills and embeds school learning experiences after school hours. * Tammie Prince, Education's Voice: Mindfulness in the Classroom *

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