Teaching aids are tools that add to the learning experience, while making it easier for students to grasp concepts. There are various forms of Teaching Aids, each with a different purpose. Most teaching aids can be reused for multiple assignments. They help students comprehend lessons.
Reusable for Multiple Learning Assignments Many types of teaching aids can be used for multiple learning assignments. These creative learning tools are durable and strong, and they last throughout the academic year. Children often remember using them, and with repeated use, they learn to associate teaching aids with certain activities.
Fun Time for the Whole Classroom Both students and teachers enjoy using teaching aids for a wide variety of activities in the classroom. They excite children with a passion for learning and help make the learning experience a pleasurable one. Create a fun, lively atmosphere by using the right combination of teaching aids.
Great for Group Projects, Games, and Activities Various teaching aids are useful when students perform group activities. Some teaching aids provide timers, buzzers, lights, and sounds designed to make the learning experience more invigorating. Some of the more elaborate teaching aids may require batteries.
Parents Like to See Teachers Using Aids When parents visit the classroom, sometimes by surprise, they are excited to see the variety of teaching aids that are being implemented by students in the classroom. Parents know instinctively that children enjoy using them, and they know that children learn better because of them. Students may even bring some of the teaching aids with them for assignments at home, which gives a great, trustworthy impression to parents.
Volume 4 audio/book kit wraps up reading with 13 fun and energetic songs teaching r-controlled vowels ar, or, er, ir, and ur and blends ck, sp, st, sm, sn, sc, sk, sl, sw, bl, cl, fl, pl, br, cr, gr, tr, dr and pr
Complement of music accompaniment tracks can be used for class performances
These toe-tapping tunes help students become familiar with initial blends, common word families, consonants (k, hard c, soft c), consonant digraphs (ch, sh, th, wh, ng), variant vowels (oo), dipthongs (oi, ay, oy), silent consonants (h and k)