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  • Rollan Melton Elementary School
  • Reno, NV

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Students in my Early Childhood Strategies (autism) program benefit from engaging hands on learning activities. Hands on learning opportunities helps to provide rich learning experience by encouraging young children to have meaningful interaction with the materials. Which in turn makes memorable and meaningful learning. Hands-on learning encourages multi-tasking through listening, speaking, touching and using the senses to explore the environment. Hands-on learning engages children in problem-solving strategies and rich learning content. The hands on math activities will provide my students with fun and engaging experiences that meet their educational needs. These materials will provide learning experiences in small group activities and build to independent learning.

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Students in my Early Childhood Strategies (autism) program benefit from engaging hands on learning activities. Hands on learning opportunities helps to provide rich learning experience by encouraging young children to have meaningful interaction with the materials. Which in turn makes memorable and meaningful learning. Hands-on learning encourages multi-tasking through listening, speaking, touching and using the senses to explore the environment. Hands-on learning engages children in problem-solving strategies and rich learning content. The hands on math activities will provide my students with fun and engaging experiences that meet their educational needs. These materials will provide learning experiences in small group activities and build to independent learning.

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