Add a double layer of fun by letting them find their own picture cards from a small selection—if they choose incorrectly, they will only learn more!
Activity 3: Tackle tough tasks together Set the class a difficult task, such as deciding what their class motto or mascot will be, then narrow down this tough task by working together to create many resolutions.
The stations can be prompted by activities from the books as essential reading.
You will find lots more activities, hints, tips and tricks inside to help you get through the coming school year—and all the years ahead!
Here, he talks with us about his experience gamifying the classroom and discusses how Classtime’s Puzzle Challenges can be a great way for teachers to promote critical thinking and prepare for tests.
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We recently had an interview with Scott Houston, an education consultant at Educators Cooperative.
Scott has played a part in the evolution of Classtime’s gamification solution (Collaborative Challenges), sharing insights from his years of experience working with teachers and schools to innovate the classroom and create a more personalized learning environment for students.
To this end, we’ve developed four fun activities that will help you teach critical thinking skills to primary school-aged children—because they are never too young to start!
Activity 1: A problem-solving role-play game Role-play situations are a great way to get kids to engage in a lesson and remember it in future (Research Gate).