A Kinesthetic and Visual Movement Jean Lynch and MariaElenaMcGrane firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
The use of visuals and movement in the classroom help our students make brain connections with new information.
When we move a substance called dopamine is released. It promotes the production of synapses, strengthens brain cells and keeps them from dying out. Movement gets our hearts pumping so more blood and oxygen gets to the brain. Associating a movement with a piece of information will help students' brains make stronger neural connections than if the information is simply presented to them.
Sliders • Card Stock cut in half • Line for 3 columns • Use box cutter to make slides • Cut 3 strips to fit into columns-about an 1.5 inches • Students input necessary information
Taboo AYUDAR HELP HOSPITAL COUNSELOR • Place kids in groups of 3 • 1 student will be the clue giver • 1 student will be the guesser • 1 student will be the referee • Set timer for designated time • Referee keeps track of correct matches and must make sure clue giver does not use any of the clues on the card. • Students may then move to the next referee and see how they do with a new set of cards.
ABCs Pronounce the alphabet using a child’s giant foam puzzle.
Quéesesto pen un bolígrafo
Quéesesto unahoja de papel papel
un reloj un escritorio Leer unapizarra Escribir unapapelera Hablar Levantar la mano un pupitre
Unacomputadora computer unapantella screen mouse un ratón un teclado keyboard
un marcador unaregla unabandera un mapa un lápiz un cuaderno un libro
HE should Mow the lawn Once upon a time time while In The garden
Puzzles Making simples puzzles with word art Making puzzle pieces with cardstock www.jigsawplanet.com