Presentation Title

Sixty Interactive Small Group Activities

Primary Presenter Brief Bio

  • Pre-K Teacher
  • Education: Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education, Savannah Technical College
  • BSS Alumna (Class of 1979)

Type of Presentation

Regular Session

Location

Room 2903

Topic Category

Strand 3: Intentional Teaching Strategies

Targeted Age Group

Elementary/Afterschool, Kindergarten

Targeted Audience

Child Care Center, After-School Providers

Brief Session Description

In this session, teachers will learn fun and creative ways to teach small group activities to their students. We will give hands on demonstrations of a plethora of games and lessons using easily found and inexpensive materials. These activities will encourage you and your students to see learning in a new way. Included are math and language arts activities that can be used by individuals or in a group. Knowing children learn though play, these activities engage and stimulate learners through developmentally appropriate ideas. By allowing children to explore new materials at their own pace, they gain cognitive and emotional skills. In a time when play is slowly being phased out of the early childhood classroom, teachers can use these small group ideas to develop the whole child. Play and leaning go hand in hand. Children will enjoy the opportunity to skills that cannot be achieved through completing a worksheet

Full Session Description

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Start Date

28-1-2017 1:30 PM

End Date

28-1-2017 2:45 PM

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Sixty Interactive Small Group Activities

Room 2903

In this session, teachers will learn fun and creative ways to teach small group activities to their students. We will give hands on demonstrations of a plethora of games and lessons using easily found and inexpensive materials. These activities will encourage you and your students to see learning in a new way. Included are math and language arts activities that can be used by individuals or in a group. Knowing children learn though play, these activities engage and stimulate learners through developmentally appropriate ideas. By allowing children to explore new materials at their own pace, they gain cognitive and emotional skills. In a time when play is slowly being phased out of the early childhood classroom, teachers can use these small group ideas to develop the whole child. Play and leaning go hand in hand. Children will enjoy the opportunity to skills that cannot be achieved through completing a worksheet