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Bring Math and Literacy Confidence to Your School Through Movement-Based Learning and Interactive Classroom Projects.

Math & Movement’s educational workshops incorporate multi-sensory learning by using kinesthetic, auditory, and visual learning styles to suit every student’s needs.  Movement-based learning can include classroom projects, professional development for teachers, and full-day student and teacher workshops.

Host a workshop and earn professional development credit while learning how to reach your students’ learning needs through movement.

 


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Copenhagen Family Fun Night 6:30 pm
Copenhagen Family Fun Night @ Copenhagen Central School
Nov 8 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
 
Averill Park Family Fun Night 7:00 pm
Averill Park Family Fun Night @ Averill Park
Nov 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
 
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Math & Movement Workshop 10:00 am
Math & Movement Workshop @ CU South Denver
Nov 18 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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Workshops for Teachers  ↓

Math & Movement for Elementary Schools

Children love to move. Learn how to harness that energy and turn it into enthusiasm for acquiring number concept skills, including skip counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and other number concepts. 6-hour onsite workshop for an unlimited number of staff and teachers includes mats, banners, manuals and more.

 

Math & Movement Introductory Session

This onsite session introduces the basics of Math & Movement to classroom teachers, parents, and homeschool families. Program founder, Suzy Koontz, will provide a brief overview of the theories and methodologies behind movement-based education and then instruct you in techniques and movements that you can put into practice right away! Includes a copy of the Introduction to Math & Movement Training Manual.

 

 

Math & Movement Intensive Training Workshop

The workshop will focus on movements that will help students master math while simultaneously offering teachers and students an overall sense of well-being. Participants will learn and practice the many Math &Movement exercises. Participants will learn why incorporating the Math & Movement exercises during the day, before testing or during transitions, allows teachers and students to feel energized, focused, calm, and prepared to learn. Learn how to train your students to lead the class in Math & Movement exercises and strategies for helping students reach closure in their math skills.

 

Using Brain Breaks for Relaxation and Maximizing Examination Study Efforts

This fast-paced and highly-interactive presentation will offer relaxation and exam prep strategies. Participants will be taught a series of math-movements and kinesthetic exercises. The math-movements are simple exercises that offer “brain breaks” or “energizers” while simultaneously building critical thinking and increasing your ability to focus and learn. Come learn how to increase your brain capacity, ability to study for longer periods of time and techniques to ace your exams!

 

Math & Movement Online Training

A basic introduction to the concepts behind using movement in math education and the Math & Movement products. Covers theory, movements, lesson plan development and more. Each module, consisting of videos, documents and reading assignments, relates to the Math & Movement™ Program and the Math & Movement Training Manual. Access pass to online training is good for an unlimited number of times and does not expire.

Workshops for PTOs  ↓

Family Fun Night

 

Workshops for Families, Individual Students, and Homeschoolers  ↓

Math & Movement Online Training

Using Brain Breaks for Relaxation and Maximizing Examination Study Efforts

Magnificent Multiplication

Multiplication Marathon

Addition is A-OK, Subtraction is Super, and Skip Counting is Sensational

Fractions are Fantastic

Math & Movement for PreSchoolers

Math & Movement: Learning Math Through Movement

Algebra is Awesome