So months I go I asked if anyone else was doing anything for world asthma day. And I know asking once again for some help and advice. I have been asked by the headteacher to do 9 lesson plans for the event so that we can give the children some education as well as having fun all while rasising awareness of asthma and following the national curriculum all at the same time. So I looked at the lesson plans for Science and PHSE here and they are amazing so printed them to use next week I have also done a lesson plan for PE and almost completed one for Literacy but I have a mental block know. I do they do maths but I can not think of any of lessons that they do. I have also thought about doing a lesson based on food but not sure if that is going to be advicable. The head wants these lessons palns done and finshed for the teachers to each pick 1 for their class and then the remaining 2 the head is going ot get the 2 school mentors to present. They are going ot mix the school up so the lesson plans have to be easy to adapt to cover the wide age group of 4-11 years. Then in the afternoon we are having a family assembly and the groups are going ot do a talk and what they have found out today and do a presentation of what they have done. I just don't know what else to do. I need to find a way of adding maths into the event and the only way I can think about doing this is with work-sheets with pictures of inhalers and stuff and getting the children to either add, subtract, divid or multiply to get a new answer. I never thought planning a days worth of school owrk was this hard. Please any advice will be greatly appreciated I have 2 more days to get the other 5 plans sorted so the teachers can ask questions about them on Thursday night. I am so glad I don't have to do this every week it is so much easier in the line of child care I used ot work in and one day will return too.
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