Here are five pieces of digital content a teacher might choose from StarrMatica’s library to use ELA manipulatives to help students develop concepts and demonstrate their understanding.
Shoot letters and word parts into the air. Then, create words in the sky with what you have chosen.
Switch word beginnings and endings to create words.
Write letters and words with this writing repeater. Then, play back what you have written.
Create a flip book to demonstrate your knowledge of cause and effect, fact and opinion, summarizing, or sequencing.
Learn how to write letters and numbers by watching and following examples.
How do you use ELA manipulatives in your classroom?