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Using Color To Help You Tier Differentiated Activities.
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Using Color To Help Tier Differentiated Activities.
A Differentiated Kindergarten: Using Color To Help You Tier Differentiated Activities.
This activity is aligned to Common Core Standards: RF.K.2a: Recognize and produce rhyming words. RF.K.2d Isolate and pronounce the initial, medial ...
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Have you differentiated a project? FREE printable
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Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Differentiate a project
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Assessment and instruction go hand in hand. A Differentiated Kindergarten
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A Differentiated Kindergarten: Is on-going assessment driving your differentiated instruction?
A Differentiated Kindergarten: Using Color To Help You Tier Differentiated Activities.
Free Multiple Intelligence test for kids - includes directions and a short video that explains how to administer it to your students. Great Back to School activity!
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Follow the lings to Laura Candler's video and other resources. It's worth the time and effort. Thanks Laura. Free Multiple Intelligence test for kids - includes directions and a short video that explains how to administer it to your students.
FREE Multiple Intelligence Survey for Kids -- includes directions and a short video that explains how to administer it to your students. Great Back to School activity!
FREE Multiple Intelligence Survey for Kids
50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know
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Awesome brain facts for science lessons
50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know- can use to support brain gym activities.
Brain Study May Predict Who Gets Chronic Pain: "Researchers were able to predict with 85 percent accuracy which participants would develop chronic pain, depending upon the level of interaction between the brain’s frontal cortex and the nucleus accumbens."
Left Brain - Right Brain - not as straight forward as we thought, it seems...
50 Brain Facts Every Educator Should Know Brain Development and Learning Read on to learn the first 13 interesting facts about how the brain develops, what can affect that development, and how learning is impacted. 1.Read aloud. Parents and teachers who read aloud and talk often to young children are promoting brain development. 2.Bilingual brains. Children who learn two languages before the age of five have a different brain structure than children who learn only one language. 3.Child abuse and the brain. Studies have shown that child abuse can change the way the brain develops and can negatively affect learning. 4.New neurons. Throughout life, mental activity promotes the production of new neurons in the brain. 5.Handedness. Those who are left-handed or ambidextrous have a corpus collosum that is about 11% larger than those who are right-handed. 6.Brain growth. The human brain continues to grow until about age 18. 7.Stimulating environment. If a child is in a stimulating environment, she has a 25% greater ability to learn . Conversely, if she is in an environment with low stimulation, she has 25% less ability to learn. 8.Creative vs. methodical. Scientists have shown that creative thinkers’ brains work in different ways from the brains of those who think more methodically. 9.Food and intelligence. One study looked at students in New York and showed that those who ate lunches that did not include artificial flavors, preservatives, and dyes did 14% better on IQ tests than the students who ate lunches with these additives. 10.Boredom. Humans have an innate curiosity, but when they have a lack of stimulation, boredom sets in. 11.Learning new things. A study shows that when people are learning new things, their brains change very quickly. Those learning to juggle showed change in the brain in as little as seven days. 12.Music. Children who take music lessons show a considerable increase in the ability to learn. 13.Reading faces. The area of the brain called the amygdala is responsible for the ability to read someone’s face for clues to how they are feeling.
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Is that FAIR? Ask kids to imagine that they are hurt somewhere on their body. Each kid takes turns telling counselor where they hurt, and counselor puts a bandaid on their hand. Eventually one kid will say "but I said my knee hurt! why do I get it on my hand?" And conversation opens up to a talk about fairness.
Teaching Fairness--bandaid activity
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"That isn't fair!" This activity is a great way to help children understand that fair isn't when everyone gets the same thing, it's when everyone gets just what they need. All you'll need for this lesson is a big box of Band-Aids and some time for class discussion. Love the simplicity and impact of this lesson!
Object Lesson on Fairness vs Getting What You Need; Tired of hearing, "That isn't fair!" This activity is a great way to help children understand that fair isn't when everyone gets the same thing...it's when everyone gets just what they need. All you'll need for this lesson is a big box of Band-Aids and some time for discussion. Love the simplicity and impact of this lesson! Tie it in to God knows what you need.
Tired of hearing, "That isn't fair!" This activity is a great way to help children understand that fair isn't when everyone gets the same thing, it's when everyone gets what they need-- Students pretend they had an injury. The teacher calls students to her one at a time & asks where their pretend injury is located. The teacher puts Band Aid one their hand. Students will then ask why the Band Aid was placed on their hand instead of the location they said.
FHE! Tired of hearing, "That isn't fair!" This activity is a great way to help children understand that fair isn't when everyone gets the same thing...it's when everyone gets just what they need. All you'll need for this lesson is a big box of Band-Aids and some time for class discussion. Have everyone think of a pretend injury. As they tell you where it is put bandaid on hand. Even though "injury" was on knee still band-aid on hand. it is fair because everyone got band-aid
Teach From The Heart: Flashback to Third - Is this Fair?
Tiered Write the Room Activity To Meet Common Core A Differentiated Kindergarten
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A Differentiated Kindergarten: Differentiated Math Stations For The Beginning of The Year and A Couple Of Freebies!
A Differentiated Kindergarten: Start your engines for differentiated instruction and some new freebies.
Tiered Self-Correcting CVC CVCC/CCVC Activity A Differentiated Kindergarten
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Segment-Park-Write: A Differentiated Self-Correcting Activity To Meet Common Core Standards product from A-Differentiated-Kinder on TeachersNotebook.com
A Differentiated Kindergarten: Chapter Three of the Next Step: Non-readers and Emergent Guided Reading Tips, Skills and a Couple of Freebies...
Tiered activity using cars A Differentiated Kindergarten
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A Differentiated Kindergarten: Chapter Three of the Next Step: Non-readers and Emergent Guided Reading Tips, Skills and a Couple of Freebies
A helpful representation of the multiple intelligences for all us visual-spatial learners.
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This is something I have just covered in my masters course and find it really interesting. Gardner's multiple intelligence will be a corner stone in my teaching practice. Being able to get across to all of these different learning styles will be the biggest challenge, but will have the biggest reward.
Multiple intelligences field guide-- some ideas for teaching in the ways kids learn.
Multiple Intelligences. You need to know how to address every type of learning style when in the classroom
POSTER: Multiple Intelligences in Comics Ed - and yet, we only teach (at schools) in one way...maybe two...when people could learn best in so many other ways...aren't we screwing ourselves over?
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POSTER: Multiple Intelligences in Comics Ed
$4.00 This 30 paged activity meets Common Core Standard: K.CC.2 Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to beg...
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Kindergarten Common Core Standard: K.CC.2 Count$4.00 This 30 paged activity meets Common Core Standard: K.CC.2 Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to beg...
This differentiated, self-correcting letter sound recognition activity is tiered to meet the various readiness levels of your learners. It also al...
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A Differentiated Kindergarten: Start your engines for differentiated instruction and some new freebies. Here's a 'self-correcting' activity (yes I said self-correcting - that you can throw in a word work center for your students to work at independently or with a friend. And, oh year, it meets Common Core Standards too.
Reading & Writing: Read-Park-Write... A Differentiated Self Correcting Letter Sound Recognition Activity
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Clock Partners for flexible grouping
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Sunny Days in Second Grade: Clock Partners: Pairing students to work together
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Clock Partners and Clock Clip Art
Clock partners- great classroom management tool! I'm posting this for my teacher friends because it really does work VERY well in the classroom for partner work! @Suzanne, with a Z Axe @Andrea / FICTILIS Foxworthy @J S @Katie Schmeltzer Shorma @Rachael McGuire @Sarah Chintomby Sanchez
Downloadable Multiple Intelligence Chart -Freebie A Differentiated Kindergarten
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Multiple intelligences Freebie From A Differentiated Kindergarten --- this is such a cute way to teach multiple intelligences!
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Multiple Intelligences Poster and more... SO glad I found this...maybe for back to school night.
Using Multiple Intelligences To Differentiate Instruction - part of good blog article about teaching to the individuals in the class.
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FREEBIE Letter recognition/letter sound I-Spy A Differentiated Kindergarten
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A Differentiated Kindergarten: Differentiated Word Work and A Freebie-Kinder Daily 5 Book Study Chapter 6
A Differentiated Kindergarten
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A Differentiated Kindergarten: Differentiated Math Stations . . . and a Freebie
LOVE how she has organized and differentiated her math centers which could work for any grade level. Great ideas!
A Differentiated Kindergarten: math
Tiering math stations how-to. Differentiated Math Stations . . . and a Freebie
A Differentiated Kindergarten
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A Differentiated Kindergarten Planning math stations. Great freebie and visual on how to set up and differentiate math stations!
sheet for differentiating math centers
Differentiated Guided Reading Kinder Books
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Mixed up sentences for a farm unit.
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differentiated mixed up sentences
Mixed-Up Farm Sentences (Differentiated)
A Differentiated Kindergarten: Look what I found . . . Differentiated Reading Done For You and a FREEBIE!
Differentiated Instructional Idea. Math freebie that is tiered and meets the needs of your kinesthetic learners.
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A Differentiated Kindergarten: Stomping Out Subtraction use a number line
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A Differentiated Kindergarten: Stomping Out Subtraction and A Differentiated Freebie That Meets Common Core
Vocabulary Rock and Roll
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Vocabulary Rock and Roll! Great idea for vocab center or vocab game!
Use the dice game ”Vocabulary rock and roll” to help students learn vocabulary with lots of fun! #edchat #educhat #studyfun
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Vocabulary Rock and Roll! Vocabulary activity game with dice
Vocabulary Pin 1- Vocabulary Rock and Roll - what a great center this would be!! This activity would be an interactive way for students to practice their vocabulary words in different ways and provides students with different ways of thinking about their words. From: Mrs-Bainbridges-Oasis Shop - | Teachers Notebook
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Spelling word practice: Great Word Work Ideas
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FREEBIE Real vs. Nonsense Words 2 Activities in One Differentiated and Addresses Common Core
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What's in your sandtable and some differentiated bone freebies!