Match Card Greeting      Give each student a card on which you’ve written part of an equation. For example, one student gets a card that says “50 – 35”; another student gets one that says “= 15.”     Students move around trying to find the match for their card.     When students find their match, they greet each other. A simple “Hello” or “Good morning” is fine.     Students sit with their matching partner in the order of an equation, visible to the rest of the circle. For example, the…

Match Card Greeting Give each student a card on which you’ve written part of an equation. For example, one student gets a card that says “50 – 35”; another student gets one that says “= 15.” Students move around trying to find the match for their card. When students find their match, they greet each other. A simple “Hello” or “Good morning” is fine. Students sit with their matching partner in the order of an equation, visible to the rest of the circle. For example, the…

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Read-Alouds to Inspire Hopes and Dreams | Responsive Classroom

Five cooperative learning activities that will help build your classroom community during the first week of school.  Find out the activities that I have fallen in love with over the past 16 years of teaching.

Five Cooperative Learning Activities to do on the First Day of School

Five cooperative learning activities that will help build your classroom community during the first week of school. Find out the activities that I have fallen in love with over the past 16 years of teaching.

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