I keep coming back to the ATL’s that run across all the IBO programs as an opportunity for discussions with learners about learning, a way to differentiate learning, a way to plan for new learning to occur.
My most recent discussion was with my daughter’s K2 teacher. She wanted a way to communicate the ATL skills to her learners in a clear, simple way. Looking through the Early Years document under the Principles into Practice, we tried to pick out one skill in each of the five areas. I later went back to the document and created a second set of skill cards to cover other ideas under each skill category.
This is a work in progress and two of our early years classes are trialing ways to use these cards to see if they are useful or if there is a better way of working with them. One teacher has containers with small 2-inch black and white cards that the children will select and tac to their work. Another teacher has large posters with one skill on each poster that children will write on/place sticky notes on.
Here are the images and the PDF download.
12 thoughts on “PYP Early Years ATLs”
I love the simplicity. It makes the ATLs accessible for our youngest learners.
I think these are a very cool creation. They inspired me to make some bilingual (English-Chinese) PYP learner profile posters for my early years students. I plan to use both after the summer holidays.
Hi Chris really want to download your resource but do not have a vpn on our school computer. Can you please help me out?
thank you for sharing such a wonderful resource.
Wonderful Resource.. 🙂
Thanks Sonya! As creative and helpful for our students and teachers as always!
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