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What We Learned: How to Keep Kids Attentive. Amanda Kara Kayla. Make Learning Fun. Arts and Crafts: Colorful Easy and fun Hands on Interactive Science: Simple Interesting Make them think that they’re not learning while they actually are Computers: All about presentation

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What we learned how to keep kids attentive

What We Learned:How to Keep Kids Attentive

Amanda

Kara

Kayla


Make learning fun

Make Learning Fun

Arts and Crafts:

  • Colorful

  • Easy and fun

  • Hands on

  • Interactive

    Science:

  • Simple

  • Interesting

  • Make them think that they’re not learning while they actually are

    Computers:

  • All about presentation

  • Using Power Points

  • Use exciting sounds and images

  • Make fun for every age and learning ability in the class


Making learning fun continued

Making Learning Fun: Continued

Language Arts:

  • Use fun and colorful books

  • Pictures

  • Try to use all parts of Language Arts: Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, Visual, Viewing Representation

  • Keep kids involved

    Social Studies

  • Use fun projects

  • Plays and interactive activities

  • Use all parts: Geography, History, Civics, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology


Attitudes

Attitudes

  • Fun

  • No monotones

  • Expressive

  • Interactive

  • Get children involved

  • Positive

  • Patient

  • Willing to help at all costs

  • Friendly

  • Cooperative

  • Willing to work one-on-one with struggling students


Decorating the classroom

Decorating the Classroom

  • Colorful

  • Positive posters

  • Children's projects

  • Organized

  • Resourceful

  • Labeled (chairs, tables, blocks, etc.)

  • Have a “question of the week”


Helping with struggling students

Helping with Struggling Students

  • Work one-on-one

  • Vocabulary cards

  • Make yourself available

  • Attainable to the student

  • Use elementary level words

  • Play to their strengths

  • Reward them when they get it right

  • Do not belittle the children


Thank you

Thank you!!!

Love,

Kara,

Amanda,

and

Kayla


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