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Whatís a good way to get started if you haven't done anything like this before?

A great way to get started is to begin with a large class learning log. You can use a flip chart and use it like a giant book. Start by asking the children to design a front cover for it using their ideas about what learning means to them. Choose a design or lots of different designs and transfer them onto a large sheet of card and then laminate it. Secure this to your flip chart and you have your very own class learning log.

Itís a great idea also for an interactive display. Hang the log on a display board and allow the children to add to it over the coming week. The log will grow each day and by the end of the week it will be full of childrenís learning. Then start all over again on a new double page the following week. When the log is full you will have the most amazing book of learning that can be displayed in school for all to see or just put out for parentís evening so parentís can share in their childrenís achievements.