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Here’s a video we made showing you of some of the things we are excited to use it with.
A few tips:
- You have to push just a little to make sure all three lines are put on the paper.
- Have your students blow slightly on the ink before writing to keep
inkfrom getting on their hand.
- Store the LegiLiner standing right side up so the ink sinks to the bottom.
- Keep the top on it when you are not using it.
- I would try remembering to make the lines from left to right from the student perspective, just to reinfo
rce that direction. (It’s hard because you are making it upside-down).
We can seriously come up with SO MANY meaningful ways to use the Legi Liner in the kindergarten, preschool, and first grade classrooms. It’s great to:
- add lines to things that may not have lines (printables, coloring pages, interactive notebooks, etc)
- add a line when you need a student to practice a skill again (like if you see a student struggling on a letter and they need to practice again but there is no lines left on the page)
- add a line when you want a student to take learning further (like add a line for a sentence when they just have space for a word)
- and, of course, I think this would be AMAZING in a center put in a center so students can add lines to things whenever they need
I really seeing this as a must have tool for all early childhood teacher and am so excited to share it with you.