This resource for children in primary schools by James Nottingham's Challenging Learning Team will involve them in observing, categorising, defining, problem-solving and reflecting on themselves as part of the wider society.
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What is a toy? Can all toys be played with? Can only toys be played with? What different kinds of toys are there?
This resource for children in the Early Years by James Nottingham's Challenging Learning Team will them in observing, categorising, defining and imagining.
A resource to prompt the discussion of happiness.
This is a provocation to prompt children to make arguments revealing the criteria they believe should distinguish pets from treasured objects or other animals. The same strategy could be used for other concepts.
This is a thought-provoking resource that will prompt questions about bravery, fear, cowardice, duty, conscience, condemnation and conformity.
With this resource, you and your pupils can raise questions about cheating, fairness and the keeping of secrets. What would they do to gain an advantage in a competition?