This is a graphic organizer that I use with my students to improve defining and describing skills. It focuses on their ability to define a word by it form (looks like, feels like), function (what the item does or is used for, place (where you will find it), category (what group it belongs to), mater
VISUAL PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESS, STUDENTS USE AS CHECKLIST
Students use a mnemonic device to remember the steps in the process of solving a math problem. Students use the device as a checklist to monitor and self-assess their learning. Then, students use a question guide to take action. First
Who We ARE in Christ consists of 8 paragraphs outlining who we
become when we accept Christ. These paragraphs are set up to
be memorized using rhythm, voice inflections, sign language and
lots of movements that help the students remember.
-basic instructions & purpose
This product can be used to help children start conversations with other peers or adults. It can be used in an individual or group setting.
The angry birds can also be used as mnemonics! Use the birds to help remind kids of questions they could ask to help start a conversation.