Teachers are constantly challenged to find imaginative ways to bring alive the subject matter prescribed in programmes of study. This is where the Mick Waters introduces series comes in. With plenty of practical ideas and all the advice youâll need to get started, Teaching with flowers is a comprehensive introduction to using flowers as a medium by which to explore a range of learning themes and develop cross-curricular skills with children. Reinforce their understanding of angles, scale and proportion while creating beautiful arrangements. Let the symbolism of flowers introduce your class to big issues, like war and peace, the Holocaust, and celebrations in other cultures.
Use flowers to explore the work of great artists, and maybe even encourage the children to become one themselves. If you are looking for hands-on activities to shake up your usual classroom routine, look no further. Julie Warburton has provided everything you need to get started; discover for yourself the transformative effects of teaching with flowers in this imaginative, thoughtful and beautiful book.
Â Teaching with flowers is a new edition to the Mick Waters introduces series. Mick is perhaps best known as former Director of the Curriculum at QCA (Qualifications and Curriculum Authority) and in this series of books he introduces a selection of the very best in practical resources for the curriculum.
For teachers of children aged 9â12 in all subject disciplines.