Why Small Whiteboards for Students are the Best Classroom Tool for Games and Activities I’ll be honest, I might have an obsession with whiteboards. While I certainly make good use of the large ones for myself, the ones that I really love most are the A4 or letter paper sized ones that I hand out …
I absolutely adore classroom games and play them super often. I can turn almost any topic into a game. It’s so much fun for both the students and me. I also play them with any age or level of students because they’re so versatile.
Welcome to our mini-series on classroom games. We’ll be talking about the best games to play in which situations and for focusing on which skills in the coming weeks. But first, I wanted to talk about why you should be playing games in your classroom on a regular basis.
In our digital world, so many teachers are going full-on digital. And, digital’s awesome, by all means use digital resources in your classroom. They relate very, very well with your students as they’re growing up in this amazing digital age. But sometimes I see schools go so far in that direction that they just completely miss out on all the benefits that hands-on activities have to offer.