This project engages students in the different stages of the technological problem solving process in the Kindergarten Program document with the story “Zoom!” by Robert Munsch. Students have an opportunity to analyze school play structures in their school community and discuss whether it is accessible for all characters in the story, “Zoom!” After analyzing the structure, students will discuss and design changes that can be made to the structures so that it is accessible for different abilities.
In this inquiry-based exploration, students will learn about stability through hands-on activities, media content, case study and a final project. The overall purpose is to have students gain a... read more
Author: Kristel-Anne Fernandes, Don Galbraith Award Winner, OISE, University of Toronto This resource includes a reflection on differentiated science instruction in the full-day kindergarten... read more
This activity is a good opportunity for students to exercise their hypothesis-generating skills, practice making quantitative observations, and apply what they have learned about the fire triangle... read more