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9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items

9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items
9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items
9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items
9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items
9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items
9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items
9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items
9 Ways to Form Groups using Everyday Items
Product Description
There are many reasons, activities and programs where you will require your students to work within a group. While it may seem like a simple task, it isn’t always easy organising children, adolescence or even adults into a productive group or team.

This resource gives you 9 fun, fuss-free ideas to quickly sort your students into various group sizes. All you need is this resource and a few everyday items you will most likely find in a kitchen draw or stashed away in a cupboard at home.

Using these ideas to formulate groups saves valuable learning time and allows your lesson to flow seamlessly into your group task.

For more fun and easy activities to get students into groups in order to complete teamwork or group work tasks see other resources by Bec Allan from TAP or visit: www.teachingappliedprograms.com.au.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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