Is it b or is it d?
“Tell me, I’ll forget;
Show me, I’ll remember;
Involve me, I’ll understand”
Chinese Proverb, also said to be attributed to Benjamin Franklin
Make it memorable by making an impact !
Posting b and d posters in your classroom is a good first start, but it isn’t enough for your little strugglers to remember which is b and which is d.
Granted most of your students will be able to grasp and remember the differences between these two letters without any problem, but that’s not why you were scouring the TpT website looking for some fresh ideas.
You need something different for that that 10% who just can’t remember which is which--no matter how many reminders you give them.
As a former learning disabilities teacher, kindergarten, and first grade teacher I know that for a lesson to be memorable you have to make an impact with your teaching.
To make an impact you have to involve your students in the memory-making.
Have fun with this, and your kids will have fun - - - and remember, too!
© Elise Wile 2013 http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Elise-Wile