Spelling Adverbs - A Gymucation Game!
*** Common Core Math & ELA in the Gym! ***
*** Quick & Easy Academic Games in 10 Minutes! ***
*** Tell Your Gym/Physical Education/P.E. Teacher ***
“Hey Coach! Can we play that game again?”
That’s how students respond to Gymucation.
Gymucation focuses on Integrating Language Arts & Math Common Core Standards into your Gym / P.E. classes. This Gymucation game was created by Rich Carlson who has 23 years of teaching experience at the elementary school level. He spent 14 years as classroom teacher, and the past 9 years as a Physical Education teacher.
These games are designed to review and reinforce skills taught in the classroom by integrating them into Physical Education activities and lessons. They are a quick and easy way to address the Common Core Standards.
Gymucation games are FUN & EASY for teachers and students. They are designed to integrate classroom academics in the Gym / P.E. setting. Set-up is simple, instruction is easy, games promote cooperation and teamwork, and most importantly these games are fun. You’ll be the hero in your school when you use Gymucation to reinforce skills learned in the classroom. It’s a Win-Win situation when students receive additional skills practice time in the Gym. You’ll have them hooked from the first time you shout,” Students Ready! Go!”
Finally, have the students autograph the “Student Friendly” standard sign. How’s that for evidence?
This Gymucation game, “SPELLING ADVERBS” is aligned with this 3rd Grade Common Core English Language Arts Standard:
Explain the function of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in general and their functions in particular sentences.
Although this game aligns with the grade 3 common core it would also be excellent for grade 2 and grade 4.
Each Game Includes:
A “Student Friendly” Language Common Core Standard Wall Sign
A Set of Letter Cards
A Large Adverb Definition Sign
A “Student Friendly” Language Common Core Autograph Page
Order Now and YOU will have the students asking,”Hey Coach! Can we play that game again?”