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The eternal battle for all teachers is to try to achieve more in the little time that is actually available. One way to achieve this manipulation of the space/time continuum is to plan a cross-curricular project.
While streamlining your teaching week, you can also create more purposeful and meaningful contexts for learning which may actually deepen the children’s engagement and enthusiasm.
Cross-curricular projects don’t always require lots of preparation. To introduce ‘Project: Flight’ all I needed was the brilliant FArTHER by Grahame Baker-Smith and a ream of paper liberated from the photocopier.
Students will learn to: