Games to Hook Young Learners–April 8 Webinar

March 27, 2020

Webinar April 8


An informational alert prepared by Fifth Freedom

Information courtesy of AbleNet


On April 8, check out an informative webinar on games to hook young learners onto learning and create a joyful learning environment. Games, role-play, drama and movement activities are not only highly engaging and fun for children but they help to build their brains, strengthen attention, self-regulation and social skills of young learners. They also help to reduce their stress levels.


This webinar will discuss how a variety of games (Simon Says, GoNoGo, Musical Chairs with a Twist, Charades, Twenty Questions, etc.) and role-play activities in early childhood and elementary settings and how to link them with instructional content (language, math and science vocabulary and concepts).


Play Games, Role-Play, Drama and Movement Activities to Build the Brain

Webinar April 8

1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST

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