Educator Resources

All the projects are designed to be low on resources and technology free. These are developed keeping the learning outcomes of the specified age group in mind. We have attempted to make the projects engaging and related to multiple subjects and learning. Each of the projects is across approximately a week for about an hour a day, these can help in contexts without online-schooling options or supplement it.

In this section, we have added more detailed project samples with suggested extension activities and tips for teachers to use.

We intend for these projects to be adapted and contextualized to your context including age group, prior learning, alignment to curricular outcomes, language and learning context.

Please do share feedback of student work and updated projects on the following email: innovations@eaa.org.qa

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poem
MAKE YOUR OWN POEM

Learners will get excited about books, by beginning to explore rhyming, CVC words and storytelling to make their own book

LEADING QUESTION:

Can you be an author?

Total Time Required:
5 hours over 5 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised
Subjects:
Art, English, Languages
blueprint
DRAW AND CALCULATE LIKE AN ARCHITECT

Learners use body parts in scale drawing of floor plans and apply arithmetic operations to identify construction requirements.

LEADING QUESTION:

How can you draw floor plan sketches, calculate areas and the required building materials using only your body parts as measuring tools?

Total Time Required:
~6 hours over 4 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised
Subjects:
Mathematics
egg
ACID-BASE REACTION SCIENCE EXPERIMENT

Teach your child how to conduct and report on scientific experiments with this simple acid-base reaction experiment

LEADING QUESTION:

How would a scientist conduct and report on an experiment?

Total Time Required:
20-40 mins a day for 10 days (total of ~5 hours)
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised
Subjects:
General Sciences
plastic
WHY ALL THE PLASTIC?

The learner will have the opportunity to conduct science experiments to better understand the environment and present their learnings as a poster to convince their family to reduce – reuse

LEADING QUESTION:

Can you develop an alternative to plastic?

Total Time Required:
5.5 hours total over 5 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised
Subjects:
Art, Environmental Science, General Sciences
diversity
OUR BIG, BIG EARTH

A project that teaches the learner about the world and its diversity to help them develop tolerance to other cultures.

LEADING QUESTION:

How big and diverse is our planet earth?

Total Time Required:
~5 hours over 3 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised
Subjects:
Global Citizenship, Mathematics, Social Sciences
reflect
FUN DRAWING WITH MATHEMATICS

Learners use Math to develop some drawing techniques, and then use their products to create puzzles to entertain the family.

LEADING QUESTION:

How can Math awaken the artist within me and help me improve my drawing skills?

Total Time Required:
~ 5 hours over 3 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised
Subjects:
Art, Mathematics
math
Jumping Math

Learner will design their own number line game to get a better grasp of number sense and conduct simple addition and subtraction functions

LEADING QUESTION:

Can you make your own number line?

Total Time Required:
6 hours total over 5 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised
Subjects:
Art, Mathematics
earth
Shake It Up

Learners will begin to understand the way the Earth is designed as tectonic plates, how mountains form, what earthquakes are and how we respond to them!

LEADING QUESTION

Did you know the land we are standing on keeps moving?

Total Time Required:
5 hours over 5 days
Self-guided / Supervised activity:
Supervised
Subjects:
Art, Languages, Social Sciences