If you are creating for your own students, following this guide will help you choose the right tool for the task. If you are creating for others, this will help you decide what tools to use for each piece of your overall project.
The ability to make sense of incomplete pictures is why algorithms will never replace teachers. Data can support, but it won't supplant.
The discovery of Boom Cards™ has really been a game changer for me and my small group sessions. My students are so eager and excited by Boom Cards that they have requested them for homework. What I appreciate most about Boom Cards is that they are small, digestible bites, they have visual cues built in, and they incorporate technology, which is motivating to my students.
Algebraic thinking is within the reach of even lower-primary grade students. Today we are exploring the algebraic reasoning learning path, from K-12.
Adding Boom Cards to my classroom routine has allowed easier, more effective differentiation for my gifted students. Better yet, they have made it simple to meet the quirky nature of my students without sending me to the poor(er) house. My classroom hums along nicely, which means I can too.
Kids need a variety of practice when learning skills. It may take multiple months for kids to become secure in their understanding of a new skill. By using seasonal resources we can keep the lessons exciting and engaging. Although the skills remain the same, by using seasonal themes the lessons feel different.