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Old 03-25-2009, 09:18 PM
 
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Is there anyone who use this (Literacy, Math, Science, etc)? If so, how do you implement it in your classroom? Do you like it or find it beneficial to students' learning? I read somewhere that for my 3rd graders, I should use the 2nd grade for the first half of the year and 3rd grade for the second half of the year. What do you think?


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I agree about using the lower level first maybe I should have tried that. When I did them they did not hold there attention very long at all! I used the Literacy and they complained every time I took it out for center rotations.
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Do you think they complained b/c it was too hard for them?
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I use the the literacy games. I don't use all of them at one time and I always spend one or two lessons on the particular skill before I put the game in the center. I also show them how to use each activity.

At the beginning of the year I use the ABC, table of contents, and other easy ones I can't remember. As the year moves along and we've worked on other skills, I take away the easier ones and add new ones.

My kids haven't complained that they are too hard. However, when I slack and forget to change them out, I can tell they're getting bored.

I like it because I get to see if they GET what we have been doing in class.
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I don' think so but maybe. They were doing Syn/Ant and analogies. Things they don't get a lot of practice with at our school.


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