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Hi everyone,

Just wondering if anyone has some advice on how to stimulate potential Gifted and Talented students in Kindergarten? They are fidgety and showing signs of boredom during routine tasks such as morning routine, where we talk about yesterday, today, tomorrow, and do some counting, blending, talk about the weather etc. I know they are not challenged in some lessons like these. Does anyone have some ideas for how to cater for their needs?

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  • Myrna On 8/13/16, smithe147 wrote: > Hi everyone, > > Just wondering if anyone has some advice on how to > stimulate potential Gifted and Talented students in > Kindergarten? They are fidgety and showing signs of > boredom during rout...See More
    Aug 13, 2016
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  • Flacka They can do the same thing, only as Emeril says, "kick it up a notch". Have them keep a calendar notebook - give them a blank or mostly blank calendar and fill in the numbers for the month. If they can read, have them fill out a daily ...See More
    Aug 14, 2016
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  • smithe147 Great ideas. You're right, open-ended is best for them. I will try some of these ideas. Might make a booklet up for them. Some of the others students might like to lead the class during Morning routine. Thank you both! On 8/14/16, Flacka wrote...See More
    Aug 15, 2016
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  • Flacka I have been wracking my brain for the name of the teacherwho created a great calendar notebook that I used -Jessica Meacham. She used to teach K and has created someawesome resources. Google her name and I'm sure you willfind some things you can...See More
    Aug 16, 2016
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  • Valerie I teach in Ontario, Canada, where we were challenged a few years ago to rethink the purpose of 'calendar time' and whether it is really necessary. As we went forward in inquiry based learning, my teaching partner and I decided to not p...See More
    Aug 20, 2016
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