Help me give my students a Qball throwable wireless microphone to help develop communication skills and provide a fun and physical activity to keep students with ADHD engaged and on task while learning.
My students are eager learners that love to explore, create, and share. We love to use technology in as many ways as we can, and we enjoy collaboration with other grades in our school. My classroom is a place were students can make connections, friends, mistakes, and memories.
I love that my students are not afraid to try some of my crazy ideas I come up with to make a lesson more interesting.
They're also so forgiving when my ideas don't quite go as planned. Many of them jump right in and try to troubleshoot and help me out. I'm often amazed at how resourceful and determined 8 and 9 year olds are. I'm so lucky I get to share my days with them.
A Qball throwable wireless microphone would be a great addition to my classroom! Staying on task and wanting to participate in group discussions can be challenging for students with ADHD. The Qball microphone is a great learning tool that will allow my students to stay on task, while giving them an opportunity to work on verbal skills, gross motor skills, and social skills.
The Qball throwable wireless microphone will help manage classroom discussions and provide an engaging experience for my ADHD learners.
My students will enjoy this tool and the exercise, challenge, and fun it will provide in our classroom.
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