Pinterest….. as a teaching resource

(Tools to measure your pinterest, 2015)

Name of teaching resource


Weblink (if web based)

Who should this digital teaching resource be used with? (ie year/grade)

Use with children in classes from 4-6 year olds (preschool  to year 1).

How should it be used? (e.g. individual, whole class)

Use with individual children and whole class depending on the children’s current understanding, level of ability and what outcome you are hoping to achieve.

Which subject or learning area would it be most appropriate to use in?

This would be most appropriately used in Mathematics, focussing on patterning and algebra Australian Curriculum (Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority [ACARA, 2012).

Identify the strengths of this teaching resource

This resource can provide you with a variety of ways of teaching patterning to support and enhance children’s learning to reach the outcomes that you want to achieve with the Australian Curriculum (ACARA, 2012). You do have access to a variety of resources and ideas that other teachers around the world have also used and tried out.

Identify any weaknesses of this teaching resource

This resource is more for teachers to use to support their teaching style but can limit you to what you can do if there is not much information available. some of the resources that are available are from other countries, such as America, and may require some adaptation to them before using.

Explain any ideas you may have for further use of this teaching resource

This resource would be a great place to build a variety of boards to support the subjects in ACARA (2012) and any information that families may also be looking for that  could be kept to use in the future.


Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). Retrieved from

Tools to measure your pinterest. (2015). Retrieved from


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