Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience is a visual model, a pictorial device that presents bands of experience arranged according to degree of abstraction – and not degree of difficulty. The farther you go from the bottom of the cone, the more abstract the experience becomes. (Dale, 1969) This model is created by Edgar Dale and it helps the teachers on considering an activity for teaching-learning process.
Owls! ponderosa pinecones. You can find this this time of year very cheap, with the added bonus of cinnamon scent at your nearest craft store. 5 cotton balls that your toddler or older child will love to shred into pieces googley eyes white and brown pipecleaners or felt for the wings and beak, Tacky glue