Elementary Carts are portable and assist in creating a schoolwide environment of Action Based Learning!
ABL offers 2 types of Carts:
- Elementary Reading Cart
- Elementary Math Cart
Action Based Learning Mobile Carts offer schools more flexibility to implement Action Based Learning Strategies without compromising space and budget. Carts provide ABL equipment and support materials content specific for the elementary level to assist educators in integrating academics with purposeful movement.
Support materials provide over 120 Activities and 35+ tools and equipment stations on board the mobile classroom cart. The provided activities can be easily modified and adapted to provide hundreds of additional activities for students as they progress. Cart includes 141 page ABL Manual, Academic Charts, Cue Cards, Activity Guides, Academic Mats, Learning Letter Wall stations, and ABL accessories and equipment that can be quickly pulled off the cart and used in the hallways, classroom or common areas for quick purposeful movement activities that prepare the brain to learn throughout the day.
- In addition to the items on the cart, the package includes wall mounts that can be set up to establish a more consistent setting.
All carts Include:
- ABL Academic Mats
- Student Cue Cards
- ABL Reading Manual/ ABL Math Manual
- Activity Guides & Activity stations to support all 12 Foundations of Learning Readiness.
- Intro phone consultation w/ ABL Master Trainer: FREE
+ ABL Academy Online Course!
Each cart includes a free course, to provide instructor training on how to use the ABL cart and strategies to integrate academics with cart activities ($195) free with order provided by ABL Online Academy!
Who are these carts for?
Recommended for those with or without an ABL Lab! Also, excellent for those who are already operating an existing ABL Lab within their school and looking to bring ABL beyond the lab. The concepts practiced using the Math and Reading carts are a direct extension of the work students do in the lab to support purposeful movement strategies and anchor learning. The equipment is versatile to accommodate various elementary grade levels (K-5), and allow students of varying capabilities to practice the 12 Foundations of Learning Readiness.
Why are purposeful movement activities important?
Neuroscience shows the relationship between the brain and body plays a critical role in the child's overall development and ability to learn. Research shows, practicing specific movements, can strengthen these connections and improve reading, writing, memory tasks, & allow children to absorb & retain information more efficiently.
What types of purpose movement activities are critical to learning?
There are 12 critical areas necessary for a child to develop in order to achieve their full academic potential. These are called the 12 Foundations of Learning Readiness:
1- Crossing the Midline - Cross Lateralization2- Body in Space - Vestibular/Proprioception3- Balance - Spatial Orientation4- Visual Development - Encoding Symbols5- Rhythm - Beat Awareness and Beat Competency6- Tactile Learning- Sensory Motor and Fine Motor Skills7- Motor Skills - Locomotor and Nonlocomotor Skills8- Eye/Hand Eye/Foot Coordination - Manipulative Skills9- Physical Fitness- Strength and Flexibility10- Cardiovascular Fitness- Aerobic 11- Problem Solving: Embodied Cognition12- Self Management: Mindfulness and Self-Awareness