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Teach With Science
Classroom Corner_Environment as the Third Teacher
Visit me in my classroom space! I'm sharing three ways that your classroom environment can serve as an instructional tool for you students. What ways do you use your environment as the third teacher? Looking forward to doing more Classroom Corner segments in the future, let me know what you would benefit from learning more about in the early childhood setting!
Playing In Wild Spaces With Angela
On this episode, Angela from Wilder Kids Urban Forest School in St. Louis teaches us to be bold and make the moves we want to see in education. She believes in the right for children to have a childhood full of freedom and respect. Share your resources in the comments to unpack more of the ideas we started speaking about on this episode, there is so much more to learn!
Playing Poison with Teacher Dawnavyn James
On each episode, I highlight an incredible professional in education who shares their insight into this field while teaching me one of their favorite games! I would love your support as this series unfolds. My goals are always to bring more value to the teaching profession and to share the stories of educators who impact our communities in positive ways. Please share and make comments about YOUR ideas and resources for making your environment a more inclusive space!
DIY Grid Games_Math games for kids
Grid games are among the first style of games children learn how to play. Grid games teach reinforce many math skills such as one to one correspondence, counting and cardinality. When we play games with children, using math language purposefully allows us to reinforce ideas. Lesson 6 goes into how to use positional and directional words purposefully.
What to do with your collection?_Math Sorting and Classifying
Children are natural collectors. Let's build onto this interest with three fun games you can do with collections to support learning. The first builds phonological awareness by matching letter sounds to found objects. The next two games teach the skill of describing meaningful attributes. This builds vocabulary and skill of observation.
The articles linked below dive deeper into the concepts presented in each video.
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