Download and print out the Captur Board Magnet Sheets. If you can, you should print directly onto magnetic sheets. Another option is to print onto paper, laminate them, and glue magents on the reverse side. We use these magnets on whiteboards and blackboards, and write the options next to the magnets. Download and use is subject to our End User License Agreement.
|||Standard Captur Magnets||Color + Shape + Letter, the best to use if you always have two to four options.|
|||Junior Captur Magnets||Color + Shape, the best to use if you are also using the Junior Captur Paddles.|
|||Color Captur Magnets||Color only, either use these with the Elementary Captur Paddles, or use these these along with the Shapes and Letters sets below to create up to 12 options on your board.|
|||Shapes Captur Magnets||Shapes only. Use these these along with the Colors and Letters sets to create up to 12 options on your board.|
|||Letters Captur Magnets||Letters only. Use these these along with the Colors and Shapes sets to create up to 12 options on your board.|
This is a PowerPoint slide with twelve options for a vocabulary review, but the same idea applies to magnets, whiteboards and your own content: draw, write words, or use photos!
In this example, the teacher asks, "Which is her eyebrow?" The correct answer is "C". Students show their "C", which is also their "yellow" and their "triangle", but in our experience, it is unlikely that students get the answer correct by mistake.
An option is to ask, "Which letter points to her eyebrow?", "Which color points to her eye?", or "Which shape points to her hair?"