studio movement 9 - information. We may even use fractions....

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Kimberly Fletcher Studio Movement Math jumping jacks Age Level 1st Curriculum Area Math Objectives 1. Students will learn their addition tables 2. Students will learn listening skills. 3. Students will be able to move around and get the wiggles out. 4. Students will learn to quickly calm down and listen for the next problem. Adaptations For Special Needs If I have children with special needs, I will give them one on one help. For those with hearing problems, I will supply a mike or hearing device in the room. For those with limited vision, I will provide large print. If I have one in a wheel chair, we will make sure they can move around the classroom. Adaptation for different age levels For the younger kids, we would use easy addition. I would just give
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Kimberly Fletcher Studio Movement Math jumping jacks them easier problems. For the older kids, we would use harder
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Unformatted text preview: information. We may even use fractions. Materials Nothing Directions 1. Have the kids review their addition tables 2. Have the kids move into an open area. Make sure every child has plenty of room to move without hitting another child. 3. Announce a problem. 4. Have the kids count out loud as they jump. The number of jumping jacks is the correct answer to the problems. Source Teaching the Fun of Math (Book) Extensions 1. Have the kids create problems for themselves. 2. Have races to the board to see who can write the correct answer Kimberly Fletcher Studio Movement Math jumping jacks first. 3,. Have the kids Write a creative story about their table. They could use a cooking lesson, or even a jump rope story. But somehow use the addition table. Kimberly Fletcher Studio Movement Math jumping jacks...
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course EDU movement i taught by Professor Cooi during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma Christian.

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