You Can Use:
*colored paper shapes
To differentiate, there are several levels. Just choose how complex to make your task:
2. Draw a picture of it.
3. Count and record how many of each color was used.
4. Add up the total number of blocks and compare it to the original.
5. For the writing task, describe what was made in as much detail as possible. Depending on ability, extend the writing task to include more descriptive language and detail; for example, one student wrote a story about a spaceship he made!
6. More advanced students can fill in the colors and numbers FIRST, then work to create something according to that criteria. A partner is responsible for checking that it’s done properly.
While students work, I used my ipad’s camera (connected wirelessly to my projector) as a traveling document camera. Projecting images of their creations was a great way to share inspiration!
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