After the first few weeks in school, you may begin to notice that everyone is becoming very comfortable with each other. That is great, but as a result, every time you “transition” from activity-to-activity or location -to -location it is challenging to get them quiet and ready to get new directions. Saving time on transitions = more teaching time! We have a simple strategy for you to try.
All you need is a jar and some cubes.
Children work to fill the jar by having quick, quiet transitions.
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