PYP How, Where, Who, Share! is an activity-based workbook created just for PYP students. Suitable for use in class or at home, this child-friendly workbook helps students to understand how the transdisciplinary themes can be used to explore the world around them.
PYP How, Where, Who, Share! features:
transdisciplinary theme-specific activities with content appropriate for ages 7–8+
a variety of key concept questions and different approaches to learning activities
write-in pages that form a permanent record of student understanding
friendly bug characters to guide children and showcase different learner profile attributes
content appropriate for in class or at home
a FREE online Teacher Guide to help teachers to use the books.
Engagement with the six transdisciplinary themes is at the heart of the IB Primary Years Programme. Using fun, inquiry-based learning activities, this book encourages students to follow their interests, ask deeper questions and reflect on their experiences.
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Each chapter in this workbook includes engaging activities, inquiries and reflection.
Chapter 1: Sharing the Planet – Water Everywhere… But How Much Can We Drink
Chapter 2: How We Express Ourselves – Sharing Stories
Chapter 3: How the World Works – Our Changing Planet
Chapter 4: How We Organize Ourselves – Comparing Communities
Chapter 5: Where We Are in Place and Time – Why Egyptians Loved Their Mummies
Chapter 6: Who We Are – Me and My Emotions
PYP How, Where, Who, Share books are on their way for older children as well!
With age-appropriate, student-centred inquiries into the transdisciplinary themes and ATL skills – plus even more opportunities for children to display the learner profile attributes, this series of workbooks is an essential resource for PYP classrooms throughout Years 3–6 (Grades 2–4).
PYP How, Where, Who, Share! is a highly engaging, unique activity-based workbook created for PYP students. Featuring official IB PYP terminology alongside child-friendly explanations, I would strongly recommend this workbook to all my young learners. It helps students to follow their interests, ask questions, reflect upon their learning experiences and understand how the transdisciplinary themes can be used to explore the world around them.
Suitable for use in class or at home, this workbook can help parents, teachers and students to develop the necessary ATL skills connected to inquiry. From the study of ancient Egyptian civilizations to the importance of drinking water, I particularly enjoy how the friendly bug characters help to guide the reader through the learning process and showcase the Learner Profile.
Please be congratulated upon the high quality of this publication and thank you for producing an amazing resource to support learning and teaching.
Lee. P Sullivan Year 1 & 2 PYP Lead Educator, Kowloon Junior School (ESF), Hong Kong, SAR
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