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How not to loose dice in a classroom
28 November, 2014 Filed in: Classroom set-up and management
This is one of those ideas that is so obvious when you see it you will wonder why it never occurred to you before from Patricias Easy Peezie Lemon Squeeze Blog.
We use dice for a variety of activities in my K3 class. Rolling dice is always fun. And so is “accidentally” rolling them so hard they bounce off the table and disappear under a shelf or cupboard never to be seen again. This solves that problem. It is simply a sealed plastic container that is large enough to allow the dice to roll about freely inside. As it is a clear case the numbers can easily be seen. Use a slightly larger container for two dice. Full details at Patricias Easy Peezie Lemon Squeeze Blog.
Author: Hi, I’m Tim from The Magic Crayons. I am a GradDipT, CELTA, and CELTYL qualified Primary and Kindergarten Teacher from the UK working at a Tokyo International School as an English Language Support teacher (ELS/EFL). IT Integration Specialist, and Teacher Librarian. This blog reflects my Graduate Diploma in Teaching studies with the University of South Queensland, Australia, PD, and ICT in the classroom interests. I create all the artwork and videos for the teaching materials within this website. New products and special offers will be announced here first. Everything I post is about products or services that I have tried in my own classes.
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