This article has interesting ways for students to be grouped during learning activities. Students should have opportunities to think and work together with their peers when working on math problems and tasks. They should not always be grouped by ability grouping either. Scholastic provides 10 math based examples to group students such as one person has the problem and the other person has the solution.

Great ideas for pairing/grouping students together.many of which also reinforce academic content in simple ways.

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Class helpers idea-instead of having a bunch of classroom helpers, have 1 boy and 1 girl do all the jobs for the week. Do with fish, of course. Ginger Snaps: Back to School


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