Updated: Sep 19
Begin the new academic year will activities to strengthen group dynamics in your class. Cooperative learning brings students together around values, and thereby helps create the sociocultural classroom atmosphere of inclusivity where everyone is seen and supported where they are at.
This type of learning is important throughout the year, but especially necessary when setting the foundations in a new group. A school culture that includes collaboration helps students use democratic principles when problem solving. This is also beneficial for their academic learning.
Cooperative Memory Game
To support this important work that needs to take place in every classroom, try our amazing Cooperative Memory Game. Don't miss the chance to download this fantastic team building activity now, and be ready to play when you meet your students again after the summer break.
Download here - Find Cooperative Memory among our educational materials. You will have the game directly in your email without complicated registrations. Just print, prepare and have it ready for your student to play!
So what is different about our memory game compared to traditional memory? What makes it collaborative and not competitive? Read about how to play Cooperative Memory HERE.
The game can be adapted and played with children from age 4-12. How many pairs you play with defines the challenge. Therefor it is also great for teenagers and adults. Why not start your teacher faculty meetings with a game of Collaborative Memory? It is as important for the adults practice team building as it is for the children to learn these skills.
Cooperative Pattern Building Puzzle - 100 Game
If you are looking for other materials for collaborative learning, why not also try our challenging 100-Game (Level 6) ? A fantastic puzzle that strengthens team work, and a must in every 9-12 environment. Read more and download HERE.
Let your students enjoy these educational materials that will bring fun, focus and collaboration into your classroom. Learning to see and hear each other, trust in each others capacity, and complement each other's strengths and weaknesses. Laying this foundation of care supports all learning, be it emotional or academic.