A fun way to group your students! Partner pairing cards where students have to find their correct partner! $
Love this idea for grouping students. You can move students around when you need too. If you're using ability grouping you can see where they started and how much they have grown.
A fun idea for grouping students! Use colored hair ties to put students into partners or groups!
This article has interesting ways for students to be grouped during learning activities. Students should have opportunities to think and work together with their peers when working on math problems and tasks. They should not always be grouped by ability grouping either. Scholastic provides 10 math based examples to group students such as one person has the problem and the other person has the solution.
Use colored dots to make groups easy. Put a different colored dot on each desk in a group. When you need to have a student from each table do something, you can simply ask for all the green dots to bring you the papers from their group.
Different ways to group your kids....Look at the vocabulary one.....One student has the word and someone else in the room has the definition.....Love it.
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Managing guided reading groups. flexible. visual for students (coloured to differentiate but not to "level")
Variations for Think-Pair-Share in the Secondary Classroom - great, easy, clear descriptions!
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Rockstar Group Work! Great social skills T-chart for cooperative learning!
Pick a Partner cards
Choosing partners can be a daunting task for teachers and students alike. These…
This is the only icebreaker that I use with my high school science students! I've used it for over 5 years and it is always my favorite day of the year. This icebreaker activity allows you to 1) talk science on day one 2) randomly group students for your seating chart 3) spend time getting to know your students and 4) allowing them to get to know you! -by ⚛ Jen Siler's Classroom
Love this idea for grouping students. You can move students around when you need too. If your using ability grouping you can see where they started and how much they have grown.