ChromaLabel · Reading of How Color Affects Student Learning It’s no secret—whether you’re homeschooling or you’re a teacher yourself, creating a positive schooling environment is hard. Still, there are tactics that can make it easier on yourself. One way that people don’t think about often is color. If you need more convincing, follow our guide on how color affects student learning. Helps with Memorization Memorization is a key part of learning and is a skill that can be incredibly beneficial for students. One of the best ways to improve a student's memorization is to use color-coded flash cards. Dividing up what...Read More
Organization is usually first taught in schools, and cleverly using color is one of the best ways to teach it. Color-coding is highly effective and can be used for objects in the classroom, school supplies, the furniture itself, and so much more. Follow these steps if you are a teacher looking to use color-coding in your classroom. Schedules It is important early on for young children to get used to having a schedule and the responsibilities it brings. What better way to help them understand schedules than by color-coding it? For each weekday, have a specific color attached to each...Read More
Picking up where we left off, here are four more fun and useful ways you can put those color-coding stickers to work in your home. 5. Easy Easter egg decorations: Easter is an exciting time for kids. From the egg hunts to the candy, the holiday is always a favorite for little ones. Unfortunately, the process of egg dying can be a bit too complicated (or messy) if your kids are very young. To keep your counters and their hands-free from food coloring, give them tiny color coding stickers to decorate their eggs with; they can make flowers and other...Read More
School teachers, librarians, and tutors all know the importance of quality school supplies for a productive learning environment. While it's easy to find classroom basics, like pencils, paper, and scissors; specialty self-adhesive products can make all the difference between an effective classroom and a messy, distracting space. Here are three supplies that are sure to change your life: Color Coding Dot Stickers As many teachers know, an organized classroom is an effective classroom. Using color to keep records, materials, and activities in order helps create a more efficient learning environment. Try using colored stickers to separate learning materials by subject,...Read More
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