Add Kinesthetic Learning Activities to Math to Build Number Sense
In this one-hour webinar, we share various ways to bring kinesthetic learning to math class, specifically for developing number sense in grades 3-6. Learn how to practically teach math to kinesthetic learners with fun, game-like activities. Additionally, our strategies support state standards and will help your students feel more confident in math!
Coming up with new ways to present materials is challenging. In this webinar, we present you with new content and ideas that you can use in your classroom, online, or during home instruction. Improve activities to build number sense by incorporating whole-body kinesthetic learning.
In this webinar, you’ll learn techniques for teaching:
- place value
- elapsed time
- and more!
We’ll also be sharing how our books Oodles of Algebra and I Love to Cancel can be used to strengthen basic number sense while teaching the algebraic concepts of symbol manipulation. Furthermore, you’ll learn about free math-a-thons that can inspire your students to solve more and more math problems.
You don’t want to overlook these strategies for incorporating kinesthetic learning into math! Learn how fun and rewarding it can be to engage your students in kinesthetic activities to build number sense.
Target Audience: Educators and Parents of 3rd-6th grade students
This downloadable training also includes Freddy Fibonacci’s Awful Allowance E-Book for more Math & Movement fun!