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I am trying to improve my teaching and I know that play is essential for young children! How do you guys incorporate it in your classroom (daily or otherwise)? I have some math games that they do, but it's hard to hold them accountable and this year I have a lot of students who do not stay on task even when playing! I'm looking especially for play that promotes problem solving or something I can give feedback on. Thanks for any ideas!

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arsabl 12-01-2018 08:02 PM

I use play dough to insert play into all subjects. The bummer is that the play dough dries up and I have to replace it.

We create storyboards to show comprehension. Use it as math manipulatives. Sometimes free play. Itís sensory and functional.

middlestsis 12-01-2018 02:09 PM

I am trying to improve my teaching and I know that play is essential for young children! How do you guys incorporate it in your classroom (daily or otherwise)? I have some math games that they do, but it's hard to hold them accountable and this year I have a lot of students who do not stay on task even when playing! I'm looking especially for play that promotes problem solving or something I can give feedback on. Thanks for any ideas!




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