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This may be a little weird, but take the students on a neighborhood
tour. Look at designs on manhole covers. Or whatever the politically
correct term for that circular disk of metal is called these days. You can
do rubbings. Make a mask. Have the students think up a creative circular
line dance to do around the cover. Design their own covers. Create a play
about what creatures they think might be lurking "down there." Ask the
students to figure out why the covers are round. Get into some great
geometry manipulative materials.
Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
|A plea for help! Anyone have any ideas, themes, or techniques for
|engaging a small group, 8 kids + an aide, with behavioral and learning
|disorders (the aide seems okay - no disorders that I can see) for the
|whole school day?
I am a bit nervous teaching out of my discipline. Any help is appreciated.
Greensview School....Upper Arlington City Schools
(614)487-5050 ... Voice Mail 487-6456 Box 522
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