LEGO Wall for Imaginative Learning in Kindergarten
My students need their very own LEGO wall in our classroom!
This project expired on May 23, 2018.
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A typical day in our kindergarten classroom includes movement, singing, laughter, learning, and a lot of fun. My students are 5 and 6 years old and learn best through play and movement activities that keep them engaged and active. We love technology and sensory activities that keep us learning
My students are amazing!
They are funny, energetic learners that love school. They are growing academically and socially every day. Being a CLASS school, my students are also learning about important lifelines like cooperation, responsibility, patience, kindness, and integrity. They are starting their journey to becoming life-long learners in my classroom, while having fun and being kids.
My students love LEGOs! We use them to create, build, and to learn in kindergarten. They are often a part of our morning STEAM bins, but we also use them to practice academic skills. You might find us building sight words out of LEGOs or using them in addition and subtraction problems. We might create a tower to represent a number or a house to hold our counting bears. LEGOs have endless possibilities in a primary classroom!
The addition of a LEGO wall in our classroom will provide a spot to showcase our creativity, imagination, and learning for all to see!
I can see them creating pictures, sharing ideas, and working together. A LEGO wall would definitely be a favorite spot in our classroom.
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