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Caribbean interactive display

Discussion in 'Primary' started by lallsop679, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. lallsop679

    lallsop679 New commenter

    Hi, wondered whether anyone could help me.
    I've got to produce a Caribbean table top display, it's got to be interactive and use the senses.
    Has anyone got any ideas?
    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. lallsop679

    lallsop679 New commenter

    Hi, wondered whether anyone could help me.
    I've got to produce a Caribbean table top display, it's got to be interactive and use the senses.
    Has anyone got any ideas?
    Thank you in advance.
     
  3. oldsomeman

    oldsomeman Lead commenter

    not without say using food and drink products
    not sure what they produce but used to produce tarmac once .maybe look up what they make....maybe you can bring some atrifacts in from caribbean homes? dress, clothes
    There might be a slide show you can make out of photos on open display
    google photos of the caribbean
    http://www.funtrivia.com/en/Geography/Caribbean-14470.html
    or
    http://www.leedsdec.org.uk/resourcesprimarycaribbean.htm
    http://www.whiteboardactive.com/products/literacy-2/world-writing-the-caribbean-ks2.htmlpirates and treasure come to mind .along with sugar cane.slavery and trading...can you build one out of that..say get some sugar cane and pictures to illustrat it on one of those digial photo displays
    you could use flafs and get parents to write up.. beaches homes and life?
    there is no ready made one in aware off
    studies of geography storms, plants place people. any one is a display
    songs and festival and carnivals....can you get any of nottinghill hill one to show how they use the ideas in britain. ,,stories...the windrush event..immigration and life of black people arriving to britain.
     
  4. lallsop679

    lallsop679 New commenter

    Thank you, lots of good ideas there. Just got to think how to put it all together.

    Any other ideas will be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you
     
  5. You could go with music and have steel pans, some ukeleelees(SP?), drums. There are lots of people around who will come in and do some music workshops.
    You could have a cd player with some examples and get the children to recreate?
     
  6. Hi, the ukulele isn't from the Caribbean, though (Hawaii).
    If you need some drummimg workshops, that's what I do - please see my thread on the Market place forum!
    b.ayengio@yahoo.co.uk
     

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