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Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
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Live, Love, Laugh Everyday in Kindergarten Approfondissement : jeu ... Métaphonologie : Le Suite à certains témoignages, je m'y suis collée... Réadaptation assez simple des Petites Histoires à Croquer de chez Ortho Edition dans un objectif de compréhension orale et/ou écrite. Principe : Destinées à des enfants présentant des troubles du langage oral, ces petites histoires peuvent aussi servir de support en langage écrit. De base, l'orthophoniste est amené(e) à lire ces fameuses histoires tout en accompagnant sa narration avec des pancartes qui servent à les imager. Principe recyclé : J'ai souhaité pouvoir utiliser ce support afin d'engager plus activement la compréhension orale et/ou écrite des enfants via la recherche d'informations. Pour cela, je vous invite à prendre deux boites qui reprendront le "qui" et le "où" de chaque histoire. Pour chacune d'entre elles, j'ai ciblé à l'aide d'images les lieux où celles-ci se déroulent. Lorsque l'enfant nous écoute (ou lorsque lit) on lui soumet : - plusieurs cartes lieux (à télécharger) pour qu'il puisse situer le déroulement de l'histoire

Small Steps for Differentiation: Tier It! | Beyond Traditional Math I’m still searching for ways to differentiate in small ways that take just a second or two. An activity that is tiered is something that is leveled differently. A true tiered activity means that there are two (or sometimes more) options that account for a different level of thinking. Not everything can be tiered, but some basic math skills can be tiered quite easily. Here is an example. I saw this post on Pinterest the other day for a primary classroom. This is an awesome activity for students that are just starting out with numbers and subtilizing. I think if we systematically think about what the next “level” of some of those basic math skills are, we can slowly incorporate the correct materials into our centers, our assignments and our games. Like this: Like Loading... Related Sometimes They Explain It Better Than You As much as my ego doesn't like to admit it, often times my student's explanations of math concepts and processes is WAY more effective than mine. In "education"

Nouns and Mudge :) It's almost the weekend, y'all! I am going to make this short and sweet... just want to give you a peek at some noun activities I'll be doing over the next few weeks! This next one is the only one without directions- I was thinking that I may have my kiddos cut out pictures from magazines for the Common/Proper Sort, or just have them generate a list of those type of nouns. Also, my class has LOVED reading about Henry and Mudge this week! After reading, "Henry and Mudge and the Long Weekend" (where they make a castle and Mudge is the King) we brainstormed the BME and made these cute Mudges- I just looked a picture of Mudge and make tracers for the kids. Here's how we started learning about Plot:

Les nouveautés - Ortho Di Au menu ce soir ... Un dessert réservé aux menteurs ! Ce soir vous aurez le droit d'avoir les yeux plus gros que le ventre... L'automne est fait pour ça C'est pas faux Bruno Cathala & Ludovic Maublanc Edition : Le scorpion masqué Ce jeu se compose d'une boîte de 50 cartes et de 5 cartes "règle du jeu". Nous savons tous et toutes que l'inhibition joue un rôle important dans notre vie de tous les jours (comportement, langage, lecture et j'en passe...) Ce jeu incarne donc la perfection en termes d'inhibition ... Le principe du jeu au départ L'objectif est de récolter le plus de points possibles. Un exemple vaut mieux que mille explications... Pour la question "Quel animal aboie?" Le jeu à la sauce lilliputienne Suite à la formation que j'ai suivie (et dont je vous ai parlé dans un précédent article), j'ai inclus dans mon bilan neuro le test de Hayling permettant de prendre en compte les capacités d'inhibition du patient (complétion de phrases automatiques : La poule pond des ... cacahuètes).

The Elementary Math Maniac: Common Core Standards for Telling Time: Grade 1 Have your first graders started working on time? I just introduced time to my first graders a week ago and they are already doing a great job! The Common Core standard for telling time can be found in the Measurement & Data section. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.MD.B.3Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks. Introducing the Floor Clock (Time Mat) I have several Judy clocks and they are great for whole group instruction. . I start by laying the clock on the floor and asking kids what they notice. Next I put the hour hand on the clock or have one of the students do it. Next, I show them that sometimes the hour hand is right between two numbers. Next we attach the minute hand and use both hands to show what time to the hour and half an hour look like. Moving from Whole Group Practice to Independent or Partner Practice Over the next few days, I might use the Judy clock or the time mat again to model times or have students model times. Practicing at Math Stations

Telling Time We just finished place value {I looove Cara's Packet of Place Value Fun} and I feel like my kiddos are getting it! Even though we are finished with this topic, I still like to stick a few of those games in my math tubs. My kiddos love memory/matching games and this one is from my I feel like time is so fun to teach! You play music and the kiddos dance around the classroom, when the music stops, they find a different desk and write any time {whatever time you are working on} they want {digital}. The mats are laminated and we use dry-erase markers on them. Check out my cuties dancing! This one is also from my "Telling Time Packet". Here's one of the most popular games that my kiddos loooovvvee {you might have seen this from last year, but I thought I'd share it again}. Here is a game for teaching/practicing time! Click {here} for the downloads!

Liste de mots à déchiffrer - Le CP de Chat-noir Par chat-noir dans Etude du code CP le 17 Décembre 2013 à 18:34 Cette liste de mots, que j'ai établie à partir de la progression de sons de Pilotis, est très utile pour donner aux élèves des petits exercices de lecture ou faire des dictées de mots. Chaque matin, je commence la séance de lecture par une dictée de syllabes puis de mots sur l'ardoise, à l'aide des signes Borel-Maisonny. Je choisis les mots à dicter parmi cette liste : RS_94-f.pdf

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