Minibeasts The World of Invertebrates and Insects by G. Alan Revill
  

Synopsis

Minibeasts The World of Invertebrates and Insects by G. Alan Revill

This innovative series is designed to help teachers bring science topics to life through imaginative creative arts activities. Each pack includes 10 laminated, double-sided cards, printed in full color. Each card describes in detail activities that animate aspects of science topics using art, drama and dance. Ideal for whole class or small group sessions, the packs are an inspiration for busy teachers looking for new ways to approach project work at Key Stage 2 - and can also easily be used with Key Stage 1 classes. Minibeasts focuses on aspects of insect life processes and living things in their environment. Activities in this pack include close observation work; printing with polystyrene blocks; recreating minibeast habitats - natural and invented; quilting and batik; making glove and finger puppets; and The Ugly Bugs' Ball - music, mime, dance, masks and tie-dye.

About the Author

G. Alan Revill, practising primary teacher and inservice education provider in Cambridgeshire.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
21 pages

Author

G. Alan Revill
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Publisher

David Fulton Publishers Ltd an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

11th October 2002

ISBN

9781853469435


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