eTwinning Projects were awarded at the Annaul UK National Conference in Nottingham.
Age 4-10. Joint Winners
Famous legends - George Glass - Cauldeen Primary School
P1, 2 Buckle my Shoe - Margaret Hay - Cauldeen primary school
Preschool-aged children need to be involved with concrete materials and hands on activities in order to build pre-math skills. They need to think in concrete rather than abstract terms. In early years settings children need to experience mathematics, rather than be taught it in a formal way. Acquiring the ‘feel’ of number and other mathematical concepts is for most children a slow but steady process. A wealth of practical and entertaining learning experiences help young children grow up liking mathematics.
Judges said...“Creative use of technologies which allowed sharing to happen quickly and created a rich learning landscape”