Assessments, lesson plans, and emails, oh my! School is in full swing, and you are busy. Those of you who are new to S.M.A.R.T. are likely starting off slow and steady, intentionally teaching each activity and monitoring progress while planning what to implement next.*
Seasoned veterans of S.M.A.R.T. are likely doing the same thing, knowing that “Start slow to go fast” is a tried and true statement. You may know exactly what you will introduce in the upcoming weeks as you build that S.M.A.R.T. course. Are you looking for ways to make it more fun and exciting?
Add in a thematic component! Our guides have a fun twist for core activities that help increase excitement and keep students engaged. Curriculum guides have a list of ideas for you to make the daily core activities something to look forward to. References to those pages are listed below. Download these fall-themed sets of Creep Track cards to save you some time!\
Older students can practice sentence fluency, and younger students can work on color recognition while boosting their eye teaming, depth perception, and eye-hand coordination.
*Stuck on what core activity to introduce next? We encourage you to have these floor activities incorporated into your S.M.A.R.T. time during the second month of school: