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  • Ayers Elementary School
  • Concord, CA

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Many of my students learn best when movement and visual references are included in my lessons. Students in a resource classroom often learn differently that other students, but can do just as well with the right support. Please help me give that to them. By incorporating movement, hands-on learning, and visual references, learning can blossom in my precious students. For students with ADHD, for example, we will walk the letters and play alphabet games where I'll call a student by name and ask him or her to stand on a certain letter. Another student will be asked to stand on another letter. We'll play a game called "Called Upset the Alphabet" where all students will suddenly move to a new letter when this is called, and then be asked to tell me what letter they are standing on. We will move from this to spelling short words by stepping from one letter to the next. This incorporates both kinesthetic and visual learning for students who are not just auditory learners. We will play similar games with numbers. The Number Line Activity Chart will provide a visual reference where students can see the relationship between numbers, and be allowed to move a frog that hops from one number to another. It assist with skip counting as well as simple addition and subtraction. Thank you for helping me help my students.

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Many of my students learn best when movement and visual references are included in my lessons. Students in a resource classroom often learn differently that other students, but can do just as well with the right support. Please help me give that to them. By incorporating movement, hands-on learning, and visual references, learning can blossom in my precious students. For students with ADHD, for example, we will walk the letters and play alphabet games where I'll call a student by name and ask him or her to stand on a certain letter. Another student will be asked to stand on another letter. We'll play a game called "Called Upset the Alphabet" where all students will suddenly move to a new letter when this is called, and then be asked to tell me what letter they are standing on. We will move from this to spelling short words by stepping from one letter to the next. This incorporates both kinesthetic and visual learning for students who are not just auditory learners. We will play similar games with numbers. The Number Line Activity Chart will provide a visual reference where students can see the relationship between numbers, and be allowed to move a frog that hops from one number to another. It assist with skip counting as well as simple addition and subtraction. Thank you for helping me help my students.

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