My students are full of energy and very inquisitive. My kids are ready to explore, learn, and grow. These young transitional kindergarteners are ready to learn about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) and I want to give them the tools to help reach their potential.
Transitional kindergarten students are just starting their educational career, and I want to show them that learning can be interesting, fun, and exciting.
The students in my class love to learn, and I want to do everything I can to provide opportunities in the classroom to built that love for school.
This project will enhance the active learning for my young athletes. Research shows that keeping students active helps keep brains learning. I am committed to teaching the whole child and giving my kids a well rounded educational experience that includes staying active.
These materials are perfect for a well-rounded program to get up and get moving every day.
The Let's Get Moving Mats have cute pictures of kids engaged in an exercise. My kids will be able to go a mat, look at the picture, and know just what to do. These mats are perfect for inside and outside use, so we can use them no matter the weather.
The other materials will be added to my physical education program to enhance gross motor skills. For example, the Activity Scarves are perfect to add to my dance unit. The Foam Ring Toss Game is great for throwing. The Hoops can be used in so many ways, from hula hooping to the math skill of sorting. The Best-Buy Color Cones are versatile for so many active games. Of course, the Swivel Handle Jump Ropes will engage my students in jumping and rhythm.
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