Hands-On & Visual Techniques Used in the Classrooms
Visuals for Learning
Flashcards, games, circle time activities, pocket charts, worksheets and an overhead projector will be used as visuals when teaching recognition. All of the above enhance math and reading skills.
Hands-on manipulatives like counters, blocks, pegboards, lacing beads, themed-numbered laminate boards and matching objects will be used when teaching pre-math and math skills.
Books, puppets, flannel boards, magnetic boards, worksheets and listening centers will be used when teaching pre-reading and reading skills.
Use of magnifying glasses, microscopes, scales to weigh, clipboards to record, test tubes, eyedroppers, color paddles, rulers, mirrors, prisms, experiments and investigating will be a focus!
Rotating Centers - Exploration - Identifying & Classifying