Display for All Seasons (Belair - A World of Display)

Display for All Seasons (Belair - A World of Display)

by JudithMakoff (Author), Linda Duncan (Author)


Practical ideas for classroom display. Includes 53 seasonal topics across the curriculum, each topic has ideas for artwork and classroom display. 53 seasonal topics including: frogs, Easter bonnets, going on holiday, bees, wheat harvest, autumn leaves, Christmas food. Each topic has suggestions for observation, discussion, science, language work, art and craft, stories, poems and music. Every topic has a photograph or line drawing of a classroom display. 30 colour


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 72
Publisher: Belair Publications Ltd
Published: 31 Jan 1988

ISBN 10: 0947882049
ISBN 13: 9780947882044
Children’s book age: 5-7 Years

Media Reviews
Art of Different Cultures 5 STARS! Now that multicultural issues feature strongly in the Primary curriculum, hard-pressed teachers need quick and simple, (but effective!) ideas for display. This book fills this role perfectly. Needing a Chinese New year display at school I turned to page 28 of this book. With only a gold marker pen and some red card I quickly had five ideas for an effective display. I particularly like the way Lilian Coppock embraces ideas from just about every culture: whatever part of the world you are investigating, there will be a display for you. This book perfectly complements the PSHE curriculum. -- February 2002 - Amazon Display a Creative Curriculum The authors of this helpful and stimulating book offer dozens of examples of primary school displays that are bold, bright, effective and eye-catching! The cost will be repaid many times in the coin of cheerfulness, colour and communication. - TES Review Bank, www.tes.co.uk/reviewbank, February 2007 Display for all Seasons 4 STARS! This book is full of highly practical and user friendly ideas. It gives you a chance to see what a display looks like without the pain of creating it yourself. A must if you are feeling lacking in display ideas or even if you have the ideas but don't know how to create the overall image. - November 2000 - Amazon