We’ve teamed up with Sheffield Hallam University Institute of Education and other academics to bring you the best resources to help you deliver STEM lessons that will inspire and engage the children you teach. At present Moti-Lab comes with 70 resources that cover a lot of the EYFS, KS1 Science, KS2 Science, KS1 Maths and KS2 Maths curriculum. That’s roughly 10 resources for each year of primary and reception.
As well as providing curriculum focused resources, Moti-Lab also fosters a vast amount of experiential learning – through open ended play and multi sensory learning.
For a two year intake primary school Moti-Lab can be used to deliver at least 140 curriculum focussed science and maths lessons per year as well as unending learning through play. This means that Moti-Lab should be in use for every morning and afternoon session throughout the year.
With an expected life of at least three years, Moti-Lab offers unrivalled value for schools.
The number of resources will grow as we get more people using Moti-Lab and contributing their own lesson plans and learning ideas. Moti-Lab teaching resources also provide signposting to other freely available resources and practical STEM projects that can be used to augment the practical teaching.
Below are a couple of examples of the quality of resources that you can expect to come with Moti-Lab.
To make things even easier we are also going to be filming teachers teaching with Moti-Lab to give you a solid guide on how the lessons can be run. Here are a couple of examples.
Once the setting has invested in Moti-Lab each teacher, practitioner, TA etc shall get an individual login to our resources library to access all the resources for free.
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