Want to step up to a higher grade of competitive darts or to improve your game? Its time to examine your technique, especially your aiming methods
How to Bowl a Strike Consistently- tips for both lefties and righties.
Many physical activities require hand-eye coordination, and hand-eye coordination can be developed through physical activities. The trick is to make sure to engage kids in activities that require them to operate right at the edge of their current skill level – activities that are challenging but not so difficult as to be frustrating or impossible for the child. Here are several great ideas!
Sugar Aunts: 6 Creative Ways to Improve Visual Tracking Using Recycled Cardboard Tubes
7 tips for improving bilateral coordination skills with kids.
Come on visual-spatial skills....."How to Play Pool (And Look Like You Know What You’re Doing): An Animated Visual Guide"
How to Teach Arrays: arrays puzzles, centers, worksheets, small group activities, everything!
How to Teach Arrays - a lot of great ideas for arrays and repeated addition - small groups activities, centers, worksheets etc.
I totally lol'ed at this.
"Concept of time is important to brainstorming how long activities take in units of time."
Free!! Here you have four examples of place value charts to the billions! The one in color with the fun numbers would be great to copy on card stock, laminate, and give to students for notebooks as a study sheet! These would be great for third to fifth graders as a visual to use to remember place value to the billions!I hope this helps your students with this tough concept!
"Have you ever really learned how to read a tape measure? I have broken it down for you and given you a visual so you don't have to "count the little lines" any more!"
Check out our flipped math lesson on graphing linear inequalities. This common core aligned lesson is a perfect introduction for Algebra I students who are visually learners! Enjoy :)
Only Chuck Norris can divide by zero.
Cracked me up
study strategies for dyscalculia
11 Facts About the Math Disorder Dyscalculia | Mental Floss
Come learn valuable information and advice on how to help students of all ages with planning, time management, and Organization - Executive Functioning skills.
60 Minutes: Face Blindness Part 1; this video shows interviews with people who are face blind and their experiences with prosopagnosia.
This will be very useful !!
"Right answers" may give a child high marks on a worksheet, but solving authentic problems using creativity will prepare that student for life.
8's, another memorization
Music’s Effect on Learning [infographic]
Judy Singer, an autistic sociologist, invented a word to describe conditions like autism, dyslexia, and ADHD: neurodiversity. Given the advantages of diversity in all other natural areas, she believed there are advantages to neurodiversity, as well. She wanted the focus to be on the benefits of having a society filled with a variety of minds, and to move away from negative terms like "disorders". Check out the rest of this article: http://www.wired.com/magazine/2013/04/neurodiversity/
"Several people requested a mind map for Dyscalculia (often called "math dyslexia"). Many students, including my younger sister, have both dyslexia and dyscalculia. Things that may seem simple to others, like number lines or chronology, are difficult concepts for students with dyscalculia."