Students walk the alphabet, A-Z to learn letters kinesthetically!
Movement Activities on the mat are endless, allow the student to learn the letters of the alphabet kinesthetically. Walking the ABC Pathways mat, the student is able to kinesthetically trace each letter of the alphabet, while strengthening gross motor skills, eye tracking, and cross lateralization - 3 foundations critical to learning.
The ABC Pathways mat is designed to prepare our students brains to be ready for learning in the classroom. The patented design works to relax, and refocus the brain, giving the child a chance to strengthen their self regulation skills, and reset to a peaceful state. As research shows, a child acting out, is a child calling out for help to cope with their current emotional state. Walking the ABC Pathways figure 8 pattern, creates a meditative rhythm that works to calm the brain waves and soothe the child. The movement is designed to help the child reset and refocus. ABC Pathways mat is used in Action Based Learning Labs, Classrooms, Hallways, and Libraries to give the student an opportunity to practice self regulation on the patented ABC Pathways Figure 8 symbol.
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Action Based Learning Learn N Move Mat provides kinesthetic math activities for elementary students. Students participate in active math by learning numbers, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with the learn n move mat. Sign language and spanish is also printed on the mat! Kinesthetic Math Activity guide included.
Dimensions: 60x60 | Indoor/Outdoor Use | Weight 14 lbs
Heavy Duty Commercial Grade G floor material made for high frequency use
Portable | Easy to Clean | MADE IN THE USA | Expect 10+ years of use!
Frog Hop Number Line
Action Based Learning Frog Hop Number Line
Get kids hopping with the ABL Frog hop number mat! Hop from numbers 0-20! These concepts aid the brain in following the flow of words, sequencing patterns in math and reading, solving problems, and sorting information. Available in Mat or Wall Mount.
Action Based Learning Classroom and Lab Activity Guide - with progressions and activities easily adapted for all levels of elementary students
First course on ABL Online Academy for free! [ABL-321 Activities in the Classroom Math] provides activities specifically for Elementary Level Math. This self paced course demonstrates the core activitiesthat are the most critical and the most effective ways to improve math comprehension at the elementary level, according to science! Become an expert on ABL math strategies, how to anchor learning, close learning gaps, and improve student achievement through purposeful movement!
Letter Learning Wall Station
Action Based Learning Letter Learning Wall Station
Choices are endless with the letter learning wall station! Students can use the kinesthetic 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.
Geo Color Hop Mat
Children and students can learn their colors and shapes by hopping on our Geo Color Hop Mat!
ABL Keyboard Mat
The mat uses eye tracking skills which are important for reading and copying information from the board to paper. It also practices using peripheral vision to increase eye fitness. Children can learn their numbers, letters, punctuation, and more!
Learn numbers kinesthetically! Use numbers 0-9 to learn cardinal direction, and simple math equations. Now made with 100% polyvinyl G-Floor vinyl mats. Can be used both inside and outdoors.
The Math Telephone Mat encourages motor development, and improves: Hand-eye Coordination, Visual Motor Skills, Attention and Focus, Gross Motor Skills, Fine Motor Development, Executive Functioning Skills, & Motor Planning
Once a month, over 20,000 members receive the ABL report! This is a one page report recapping the latest research studies, whats trending, new facility spotlights, and brain based strategies for working with children.