I currently teach 2 inclusion classes for three-year-olds. It consist of 15 students in a class, with eight students with IEPs and seven typically developing peers. About 90% of my students are English Language Learners. My students learns best through play and hands-on activities. I utilize different strategies to accommodate the needs and abilities of my students. I provide visuals, tactile, music and movements to capture my their interest and encourage student engagement. My goal is to prepare them for Kindergarten and leave an impact to help them to be lifelong learners.
Our young learners learns best using hands-on activities. These manipulatives would help them develop cognitively, creatively and socially. The sensory table and sensory beads would be a great help for our students to help them improve concentration and focus on the task at hand. These manipulatives help our students learn colors, counting, eye-hand coordination and language development. The materials would be a great addition to our STEAM ( science, technology, engineering, arts and math) learning center. The magna blocks will help our students to develop their imagination and creativity, patterns, shapes and colors, problem solving, fine motor skills and magnets.
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