Workshop model is a fantastic instructional method in most classrooms, but you still have to make tweaks to help it reach all of your learners. If you've been wanting to try it with gifted students but haven't been able to figure out how to accommodate them in the workshop model, then this blog post's for you! I share my best suggestions for differentiating instruction for advanced learners in workshop. A free framework is included to help you get started! #giftededucation #workshopmodel
Transformations Pack: Students must reflect, rotate and translate different shapes to reveal the secret pictures! Pack contains:1. Translations Mystery PictureSuitable for younger students just learning translations and vectors2. Reflections Mystery Pictures 1 & 2Also suitable for younger students just starting to learn about reflections in a mirror line.
Transformations prove to be a tricky concept for students but they don\'t have to be. Each of these six activities will help you teach and practice transformations (reflection, rotation and translation) with your students to help them to excel! #transformations #math #middleschool
Fractions BINGO Game. Fractions Bingo is the perfect way to add in a STEM themed activity to your daily learning tasks for 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade! To play roll the dice; reinforce words such as numerator and denominator. If a 2 and 4 are rolled, color in 2/4's of the circle cut in fourths OR an older child might realize that it is also the same as 1/2.
STEM Challenge: Egg drop science project design with straw winning ideas and tips. Fun outdoor physics science STEM project for kids of all ages, fun science challenge for project based learning. #STEMforKids #iGameMomSTEM #ScienceForKids #ScienceActivity #EggDrop #EggDropProject #STEMChallenge
Classroom movie day ideas for first, second, and third grade kids that are both fun and educational. Your students will love the FREE movie day math and reading menus in this post as they use the movie they are watching to review important skills. The movie related activities are ideal for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade teachers to keep students engaged and still learning after the movie!