I created this project as I was student teaching. It can correlate easily with any learning centers you may have. There are plenty of colorful visual clues on each and every page to assist your students with the reading. Each board is set up as a tic-tac-toe board would be.
Each think-tac-toe board correlates to a specific type of learning style, including: Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Visual-Kinesthetic, Visual-Auditory, as well as Visual-Kinesthetic-Auditory. I created these to meet each student’s individual learning style. The goal is for them to create a tic-tac-toe each day or week, depending on how often you have centers in your classroom.
It is very easy to implement and I encourage you to add these to your learning stations in your K-4 classrooms! Additionally, I would also use these in my Special Education classroom as it will help my students take ownership of their learning, reinforce their learning style, and give them CHOICE! :)