I am so glad you like the flip chart. My student seem more engaged with the use of the flip chart and seem to have a longer attention span when completing work at the board. I hope this is the same for you. Have a great start to the school year. Thank you for visiting my catalog, for the feedback and for the purchase. I really appreciate it.
August 14, 2012
I love them! I am going to use them with my Pre-K Students as part of our morning routine. You might want to consider making the pages more interactive for use on Activboard. For example, when asking a yes/no question, possible adding a working graph to graph their responses. Just a suggestion. Look forward to seeing more of them. I love them!
Thank you so much for your suggestions I really appreciate the input and I agree - thanks!
Thanks as well for visiting my catalog and for purchasing this item, I really appreciate it. I found a great website you may want to check out - It uses something called a Rekenreck - which is a math tool that looks like an abacus there is an online virtual version of this and then an activity workbook with great ideas. Here is the website http://catalog.mathlearningcenter.org/apps . There is also a geoboard app. These can be used on either an iPad, iPod or as a website application on a smartboard type product. I think it offers a lot of potential and if you want interactive this may work well.
BTW: I just created a Count and Match and a Count and Write activity fo the smart board that has a self correcting component . Cheers,
Oh - here is another great interactive math site you may enjoy: http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/mathematics/ebook_assets/vmf/VMF-Interface.html
I stumbled onto these based on the Wild about Teaching Blog (if you haven't checked this out you may want to -- but beware, the blogging stuff is addicting - I was up until 6:30 AM! Yikes - I think I will be paying for that later.