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Mrs. Taylor’s Classroom Edit display name

  • Paradise Ridge Elementary School
  • Paradise, CA
  • More than half of students from low‑income households

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Building manipulatives such as LEGOs and Magna-Tiles should be in every classroom. They provide exciting opportunities for students to build and create. This is beneficial to student learning in many ways. The "play" improves fine motor skills, spacial awareness, language skills, and divergent problem solving. Using these materials develops skills needed for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). They require students to visualize three-dimensional objects and they encourage students to manipulate the spacial information in their minds. Kids will analyze what they see, perceive the parts that make up the whole, and figure out how the parts relate to each other.

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Building manipulatives such as LEGOs and Magna-Tiles should be in every classroom. They provide exciting opportunities for students to build and create. This is beneficial to student learning in many ways. The "play" improves fine motor skills, spacial awareness, language skills, and divergent problem solving. Using these materials develops skills needed for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). They require students to visualize three-dimensional objects and they encourage students to manipulate the spacial information in their minds. Kids will analyze what they see, perceive the parts that make up the whole, and figure out how the parts relate to each other.

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