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IZAK9

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Who said maths can’t be fun?

Izak9 is an exciting new radical and immersive 3D maths based active learning concept – It comprises of one big cube 40cm high made up of 27 smaller ones.

The cube comes with a range of e-learning materials presented by two animated robot characters Abacus and Helix, who provide teachers with stimuli to guide children through their active shared learning experience. Recently launched in the Irish market – Izak9 was developed by Franz Schlindwein of Qubizm.

Izak9 enables children to learn and enjoy maths – builds self-esteem and self-confidence – it makes maths fun.

West Cork Education have 2 Izak9 cubes which are available for loan to schools on a rotational basis  for a period of up to two weeks subject to availability.

 

K’NEX

Carry out your own K’NEX Challenge

K’nex building system consists of interblocking plastic rods, connectors, gears, wheels, and other components which can be pieced together to form a wide variety of models, machines, and architectural structures.

K’NEX kits available now

The K’nex kits are available for loan to schools on a rotational basis for a period of up to two weeks subject to availability.

 

SAMBA

Have you got the rhythm?

Early in 2009 West Cork Education Centre purchased a number of 20 piece samba drumming kits. These are being made available to schools on a rotational basis for a period of up to three weeks.

To apply for short-term use of these kits, at least one teacher from the school must have completed a basic samba drumming classs.

 

PUPPETS

Explore a world of pretence, play & fun

In 2010 West Cork Education Centre purchased a number of puppets as part of a Play Methodology Initiative.

Puppets are available for loan to schools on a rotational basis for a period of up to two weeks subject to availability.

 

THE BRONZE AGE HANDLING BOX

Take a step back in time

The Bronze Age Handling Box Project arose an ambition at the National Museum of Ireland to enable young people to learn about the past through the study and handling of objects.

It enables young people to work as historians and archaeologists and encourages them to engage with the past in a thought-provoking and fun way. Using an enquiry-based approach, it provides opportunities to develop literacy, language andhandling-box problem solving skills and appeals to a range of learning styles and ability levels.

The Boxes are available for loan to schools on a rotational basis for a period of up to two weeks subject to availability.

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