Color coding materials for a subject area can be helpful in supporting students in materials management as well as in preparation for instruction.

Example:

A teacher may prompt students to bring their red math notebook and folder to the rug.  The teacher can place a Velcro strip above the class white board and place a color card of the subject notebook and folder color needed to increase student success as a support to the verbal instructions, “Bring your red math folder and notebook to the rug.”

Further Reading:

Understood.org – 8 Ways to Use Color Coding to Help Kids with Executive Function Issues

3rdgradethoughts.com – Keeping Organized with Color Coding


Created by Kathy Furlong Silverio
Reviewed by Louis Olander

 

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