Maps were made and used by explorers - finding new countries and continents
Maps show the big picture - a story - to start asking questions..
Today Maps are used in very similar and different ways to the early explorers
Captain Alice loves asking questions!
In fact there is not one hour in the day when she hasn't asked a question! That is how she learns!
She will ask you lots of questions - about your travels and investigations and exploring!
One simple task - given to each child in the group.
There will be such different outcomes because their minds all work differently!
That is EXACTLY what I love to see! But there is also reasoning and explanation behind it.
You learn something new everyday.
This applies equally to children as well as Adults!
I like to support the teachers and adults in the groups I visit, by inspiring them to build on the ideas from the workshop!
Maps are everywhere and cover every subject - how can you bring them into your daily lessons?
I couldn't imagine doing anything else!
If you would like a visit from Captain Alice - Please click the link below to contact her!
I don't usually recommend scrunching up maps....BUT IT MAKES THEM LOOK OLD! Add dabs of Teabags..and then it looks even older..
Thanks to Yorkshire Tea, We can make them look spectacular! Every 'X' Marks the Spot attendee gets a Yorkshire Tea teabag!