One of my favorite ways to review a skill is to use the 4 Corners strategy. I like it because it gets the kids up and moving. I also like it because your kids can hide within the pack if they aren’t so certain about an answer. Here’s how it works.
- First, you label the four corners of your room. With review, I use multiple choice options a, b, c, d.
- Second, you ask the students a question and give corresponding answers.
- Third, students move to the corner that represents an answer that they think is correct.
I’m also linking up over at Minds in Bloom for her movement linky. It’s the time of the year where those kids get a little restless and really want to move!
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