Action Based LearningSensory Hallway Setshelp students focus by encouraging them to be active on their way to class, using activity maps and colorful pathways throughout the hallways.
ABL Sensory Hallway Sets are considered one of the most cost effective and efficient ways to impact every child through movement. Reach more students, and allow Action Based Learning strategies to be practiced daily. Hallway graphics are designed to allow educators to customize the ABL Sensory pathto fit all spaces, and varying grade levels. Each set allows students to practice the critical foundations necessary to prepare the brain to learn.
These are 100+ piece commercial grade decal sets that can be placed throughout your school, on the floors and also the walls to create a play/learning environment outside of the classroom! Each set allows plenty of options for moving through the 12 Foundations and many more elements to be creative and create a fun learning environment.
The rocking turtle shell is designed with safety and fun in mind! The bottom has a smooth curve to prevent children from getting hurt when they rock from side to side.A perfect addition to any classroom, lab, or even for home use! Kids love this bright colored shell and they can play with the turtle shell multiple ways.
Activities are endless!
Strategies are teacher friendly, time efficient, and make learning fun!
A fun tool designed to introduce purposeful movement into the classroom,
Boomerboard activities can be incorporated with academics to teach and review lessons, increase classroom engagement, or use throughout the day to transition, brain boosters, or make learning fun with academic games!
Students experience both the physical and neurological benefits of jumping, along with 50+ additional exercises to aid in balance, rhythm, core strength, spatial awareness, endurance, and can be used to work on all 12 foundations of learning readiness. The silent, non-distracting motion allows for a reprieve from the traditional classroom setting.
Research shows that purposeful movement prepares the brain to learn, and creates an optimal environment for students.
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 OPERATIONS ODD AND EVEN GREATER THAN> LESS THAN< TELLING TIME GEOMETRY MEASUREMENT
DECIMAL/MONEY PLACE VALUE GRAPHS ESTIMATION MATH VOCABULARY
Action Based Learning Primary Lab Manual
Action Based Learning Primary Lab Manual
What IS Action Based Learning?
What Makes the Action Based Learning Lab an effective tool?
The Science and Research that supports ABL
What does research tell us?
What do the experts say?
How does movement facilitate cognition?
Exercise benefits the Brain First!
Brain Regions and Brain Function
The 12 Foundations of Learning Readiness
Crossing the Midline - Cross Lateralization
Body in Space - Vestibular/Proprioception
Balance - Spatial Orientation
Visual Development - Encoding Symbols
Rhythm - Beat Awareness and Beat Competency
Tactile Learning- Sensory Motor and Fine Motor Skills
The stepper desk is a resistance based movement which allows the body weight of the individual student to switch from left to right. The controlled, deliberate motions create an outlet for students, while still allowing them to focus and engage in the classroom. Recommended for Middle School & High School Students.
Meet with your ABL Expert for a tour of a school near you! Checkout an Action Based Learning Lab or Kinesthetic Classroom in Action! Allows educators the opportunity to talk with principals, teachers (and students!) to learn more about ABL.