Anyway, in case you want ideas without visuals, here's how we spent the electronic part of our week.
- Read Horton Hears a Who on iPad
- Read Horton Hatches an Egg on iPad and write Horton a letter using Card Shop app telling him why he's an upstander and why the other characters are bullies
- Read The Sneetches on iPad and create a StoryBuddy about 2 times when they felt like a Star-bellied Sneetch and why
- Read The Grinch on iPad
- Magnetic ABC do different screens reviewing -ar and -or words as well as those with y as a vowel
- Draw a Stickman 2 and then in Tools4Students sequence the events
- Read The Statue of Liberty on the iPad and Educreations explain the science behind why the Statue of Liberty is green
- Complete a few worksheets using Paperport Notes and Dropbox (still experimenting, trying to decide if there is merit compared to paper)
- Students learned the whole multiplication unit (finished this week) using Nearpod. I have been using Nearpod since the beginning of the year for science and social studies and it was going so well I have been slowly creating math lessons there as well. Students love it and I appreciate seeing each of them draw/shade arrays and circles/dots to explain their thinking before they start on workbook pages.
- Create a cake using Cake Maker (free version) then import to StoryBuddy and record themselves telling the steps they used to create the cake. Type descriptive sentences of the cake.
- Read books in A to Z leveled libraries and answer questions
- More number talks, this week using Doodle Buddy instead of Chalk