Teach Chemistry Kinesthetically! Periodic Table of Elements Mat allows learners to memorize the periodic table and grasp new information much more efficiently by using visual/kinesthetic/and auditory reinforcement combined.The periodic table mat allows the learner to explore the basics of chemistry through movement, in a new and different way of identifying the elements.
-Learn how the Periodic Table organizes Elements, Chemical Names, Chemical Symbols, Atomic Numbers, Electrons, Families of Elements, Properties of Matter, Comparing Reactivity and Stability, History of the Periodic Table, and more
898 Jumbo Periodic Table of Elements Mat
60x96in G-Floor Mat - Can be used indoor, outdoor.
Portable/but heavy duty enough to withstand frequent use. Great for labs and/or classroom
-Options are unlimited, and can be used across a large range of age groups to combine current curriculum with active learning. This mat is ideal for elementary up to high school age groups.
Can be used in the classroom or in an action based learning lab. Great for sharing in common spaces throughout the school. Periodic Table mat is used to anchor learning, great for review before a test, or to introduce and build on new concepts!
-Kinesthetic learning for individual students and group work makes any subject more fun for students, and brings out the creative side of science! The design and function of the mat is to provide the student a better advantage to absorbing new information.
Choices are endless with the letter board! Students can use the letter board to review spelling words, work with a partner to spell words (each partner spells the word one letter at a time taking turns), spell answers to questions, spell vocabulary words when given a definition, etc
These concepts aid the brain in encoding the stroke of each symbol of letters and numbers, letter recognition, letter formation, following words from left to right, focusing on reading for longer periods of time.
Numeracy Noggin Wall Station
High Five Jungle Wall Station
The High Five Jungle was designed to challenge the child to cross their physical midline. Simply stated, cross their left hand to the right side of their body (crossing the midline) and crossing their right hand to the left side of their body (again crossing the midline). The children should be standing facing the wall with the midline of their body lined up with the brown line on the chart. The activity is to place their hands starting at the bottom and working their way up the chart on top of the corresponding hand print.
Yoga Wall Station
Make yoga for kids, fun! ABL Yoga Wall Station activates and strengthens the brain body connection, while targeting areas in the brain that increase focus and attention. Yoga Wall Activities aid the brain in anchoring information, improving memory, & preparing and refocusing the brain before a test.
Dimensions: 60x60Why is Mindfulness Important and Relevant in the Classroom?
Mindfulness aids the brain in anchoring information and improves memory retrieval, preparing the brain to take a test, and combining many skills for higher level thinking. Mindfulness, as often described in young children, is the practice of paying attention in a very special way. It teaches children to build an awareness of oneself, others, and one's surroundings. Specifically, mindfulness training can help with observing, detachment, and self-compassion.
Hundreds Wall Chart
Learning to identify and count to 100 is a foundational skill for math.The Hundreds Wall Chart allows the learner to visualize what each number looks like, what columns of ten look like, how to count to 100, 10’s and how to find numbers within the 100 numbers on the chart.
Animal Round-up Wall Station
Help give kids strength and endurance with our animal round-up poster! Performing different animal walks allow children to gain muscular strength and endurance while having fun. Each animal walk strengthens a different muscle group and allows for movements in different directions, different levels, and eventually different heights.
Developing gross motor skills is an essential part of childhood! Motor activities not only get the kids moving and having fun as well as release energy, but they also are responsible for supporting sensory regulation. Animal walks are fun can be done anywhere at any time so they are easy ways to include proprioceptive and vestibular input within the child’s regular daytime activities.