Ten Great Low-Cost Teaching (Tool 6: Colored markers (Having a selection…
Ten Great Low-Cost Teaching
Tool 1: Scissors (and scratch paper)
These can transform a single piece of paper to many. These can be used to generate describing or guessing games.
Tool 2: Timers
Students should have an idea how much time they are allow to complete a task
Tool 3: Call Bell
Use a divise to get your students' attentions, not only your voice
Tool 4: Pizza box lids
Different board games to promote speaking and critical-thinking
Tool 5: Dice
Create dozens of activities using each side of the dice. For e.g. one dice for verbs, one with modal verbs.
Tool 6: Colored markers
Having a selection of colors makes writing and artistic tasks more fun
Tool 7: Sticky putty
Instead of using tape to stick your students' creations on the walls, use this clay-like adhesive
Tool 8: Modeling clay
Use regular clay to shape diferent things.
Tool 9: Playing cards
Use playing cards to divide your class in random groups (hearts, spades, diamonds, clubs)
Tool 10: Javvy
It is a stuffed animal which helps the teacher in the classroom. Javvy circulates from student to student, in this way students lose shyness.
The contents of a teaching bag are cheap, portable, and generally available around the world. These are the 10-low-cost teaching tools you can use in your class