Daffodil Journal

Spring has sprung… almost! We’re due to get snow next week, but the daffodils my little learners planted last year have now started to bloom.

We’ve been watching the shoots for weeks now, waiting for the little flowers to appear. Last week we saw some yellow! In preparation for a flowerbed of daffodils, I made this Daffodil Journal to help my class journal their observations.

Using skills from Everyone Can Create, we’re going to organise our thinking, draw, markup, make a podcast and do some augmented reality. Just sharing my Pages journal here in case it’s of use to anyone else who is also waiting patiently for little yellow flowers!

I love the creativity that iPad allows me to take these life experiences, record them, share their observations and level up their learning in the process.

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Posted on March 04, 2023

Wow, creative journal idea Karen! Thanks for the template - lots of ideas here on adding creativity to the study of nature. Brings together science and art so nicely!

Posted on March 04, 2023

Thanks Cheryl!

Posted on March 04, 2023

The daffodils are blooming where I live, too! What a beautiful journal for students to document their learning in so many creative ways! Thanks for sharing, Karen.

Posted on March 05, 2023

You’re very welcome Jessica!

Posted on March 04, 2023

Amazing. Thanks for sharing. It must be the time. It’s all about sunflowers in Qld Australia. Beginning of Autumn 😍🌻

 

 


Posted on March 04, 2023

This community is amazing. Love the inspiration its sparks and the welcoming opportunity to innovate with things shared by others. It’s all about sunflowers 🌻 where I live and this was the perfect scaffold to use to learn by doing. So quick to adapt for my context. My next weeks planning is done 🙌🏻 #everyonecancreate Thanks Karen and my friend #kazzazsnaps for the beautiful photography.

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Posted on March 05, 2023

Karen, this is fabulous. I love the organization of the journal and how it encourages to students to observe, connect, communicate, and share using so many avenues of the iPad. Of course, as an artist/art teacher, you had me at take your iPad outside and draw! 😆

Posted on March 05, 2023

Aww thank you so much Laurie!

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