Movement that Counts

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Movement that Counts by Jean Moize

Action Based Learning Lessons for Elementary Math 

Research shows us the strong link between movement and math achievement

+ Ability to focus for longer periods of time on difficult math problems (CDC)

+ Increased confidence & lower test taking anxiety (CDC)

+ Increased ability to problem solve  (CDC)

+ Improved memory, recall & problem solving ability (CDC)

= Improved Math Scores (CDC)

By understanding the link between movement and math, ABL is able to apply this research to the classroom to provide student's an advantage in math. These are simple, proven methods delivered in a 1 page format for the educator to easily implement and help students anchor math concepts. 
Each lesson uses purposeful movement layered with mathematics to ..

 + To reinforce math concepts & anchor learning in the classroom

+ To prepare the brain for learning new math concepts

+ To prepare the brain for testing

The lessons are designed to be paired with existing curriculum standards, and cover the following math concepts:

NUMBER RECOGNITION
NUMBER OPERATIONS 
ODD AND EVEN 
GREATER THAN> LESS THAN<
TELLING TIME
GEOMETRY
MEASUREMENT
FRACTIONS

DECIMAL/MONEY
PLACE VALUE
GRAPHS
ESTIMATION
MATH VOCABULARY



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