Use Examples and Lesson Plans to Integrate Kidspiration Into Your Curriculum

 
 

Integrate Kidspiration® Into Your Curriculum

Created for primary learners, Kidspiration® uses the proven principles of visual learning to strengthen literacy skills, build conceptual understanding in maths and develop thinking skills across the curriculum.

 
Literacy
Maths
Science
History & Citizenship


Literacy

In literacy, pupils use Kidspiration to strengthen word recognition, vocabulary and comprehension. Pupils express their creativity and develop critical thinking skills as they combine pictures and words to retell stories or compare literature. Pupils expand their ideas into written expression by switching to the integrated Writing View, and then transfer their work to a word processor to finalise their project.

 Integrated Picture and Writing Views in Kidspiration
 

More literacy examples:


The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Compare Bears
Important Thing
Beginning Sounds
Forces and Machines Reading Exercise
Professor Spitfire
 


Maths

In maths, primary pupils use Kidspiration's visual maths tools to build problem-solving and reasoning skills by developing a conceptual understanding of mathematical procedures. Pupils build number sense, spatial reasoning and understanding of the four basic operations while communicating their thinking with words, numbers and maths symbols. 

Kidspiration Fraction Boxes
 

More maths examples:


Related Math Facts
Exploring Area
Defining Symmetry
Extending Patterns
Congruent Figures
Pattern Block Fractions
Representing Four-digit Numbers
Representing Two-digit Numbers
Adding With Regrouping
Comparing Decimals
Representing Fractions
Finding Equivalent Fractions
Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Finding Common Denominators
Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Adding Unlike Denominators
Adding Fractions


Science

In science, pupils use Kidspiration to explore relationships between concepts and illustrate basic scientific processes. They organise their research and explain their findings. As pupils create concept maps, they develop understanding of scientific concepts and relate new information to prior knowledge.

 In science, pupils use Kidspiration to explore relationships between concepts and illustrate basic scientific processes.
 

More science examples:


Science Experiment
Penguin
Salt Observations
Food Web in the Forest
Alike and Different
Frog Life Cycle
Seasons
 

 



History & Citzenship

In History and Citizenship, primary pupils use Kidspiration® to visually explore and understand history, geography, civics and economics. They make connections between historical events and explore similarities and differences among cultures, countries and eras. By switching to Writing View, pupils further develop their ideas and then use Kidspiration's one-click transfer to a word processor to complete a writing project. 

In History and Citizenship, primary pupils use Kidspiration® to visually explore and understand history, geography, civics and economics.
 

More history & citizenship examples:


Ancient Greece
Explorer
Neighborhood Map
Transportation Over Time