Great People Pattern Energizers: Do with your whole class

Posted on April 12, 2012. Filed under: Classroom environment, Elementary math | Tags: , , |


Here are some people patterns that really can get your class moving.  I would project them on the overhead or pull them up on the interactive board and have the students do them as a class.  They are a quick math energizer that gets everyone doing a little bit of exercise too!

Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

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I love that idea, Dr. Nicki, but I’m not really sure what all the symbols mean. I checked the website and didn’t see any more information. Not sure what I’m missing. Do the kids just move from one position to another or do they jump? Is the running one supposed to be “running in place,” and if it is, how many steps? Maybe I’m overthinking it. What was your take on the different positions?


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