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Michael Hughes Aug 23
πŸ”΅πŸ”Ί QR Code Shape Hunt β—ΌοΈπŸ”΄ TK Ss used their iPads to scan QR codes to learn about shape names and then match real world examples to them. πŸ”΅=πŸͺ πŸ”²=πŸ–Ό Only taught πŸ”΅ but exposing them to more . Proud of my learners and their tech usage.
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Sara Tillinghast Aug 23
We’re published authors! Our first class book is officially ready to read! ❀️ A big thank you to Mrs. Real for showing us how to bind our book!
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Michael Hughes Aug 16
Come πŸ‘€ my put on their capes and read about the color red. Digital πŸ“š made on read to my Ss and also let my Ss track n read on iPads. Combining digital resources with a physical one helps my Ss deepen their knowledge.
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Eric Garcia Apr 4
❀️ how my 1st graders used for their think-aloud in explaining place value.
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Sara Malchow ο£ΏπŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’»πŸΎ May 24
Using the 4Cs to engage our learners! Had a great time app smashing with @KinderMertig & to publish their Animal research with , &
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Juliana Felten Apr 10
Sphero in action! Kiddos used each bot to show the position of hands of the clock. Red for the minute hand, blue for the hour hand. ⏰
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Mrs. Paden 14h
One of my students yesterday told me I was "prettier than a mermaid". Weekend made!! πŸ€—
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Amanda Carey Jun 14
Flipgrid to the rescue! Just as I was considering how to use the tech tools I'm learning about with younger children, I came across this helpful post and the awesome hashtag . Thank You .
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Melissa Jun 23
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Makisha Rogers Aug 16
Gearing up for an awesome year of at !
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Katie Gardner, NBCT May 29
As the year comes to an end Ss work on finalizing their Alphabet books made in book template. Now that each letter page is complete Ss move & place the pages in ABC order.
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Miss King πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ« Jan 25
When you’re discussing the states of matter, and one of your kiddos finds a prime example right outside the window! Thanks for letting us show what we know! πŸ’¨πŸ”„πŸ“±
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Nyree May 9
Today these Ss used to create images of butterflies to integrate in other literature activities. So proud of their tech skills. Great lending library tech tool.
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Monisha Blair Apr 21
inspired to create this tutorial on getting started with to amplify for young students and connecting globally.
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Bonnie McClelland Mar 29
Tips and Tricks for using in the PreK-2 classroom! Lots of ideas right here πŸ‘‡by rockstar primary educators! πŸ’₯πŸ’šπŸ‘
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Katie Dunfield Dec 5
First grade programmers use loops in their program & then practice running their code with
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Corey Mathias Apr 18
Had the pleasure of visiting Heritage Computer Science Academy and found kindergarteners, yes kindergarteners, logging into Chromebooks and coding with . It was pretty awesome.
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Scott Titmas Apr 16
πŸ’₯ Hey K-2 educators (and anyone else πŸ˜‰) Take a lπŸ‘€k at - there are SO many amazing ides for your K-2 classrooms with , , & more πŸ’―πŸ₯³πŸ’₯πŸ‘ These educators ⬇️ are on πŸ”₯
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Alisal EdTech Jan 17
Second visit to students with ’s practicing literary elements, sequencing, and coding with Blue-Bots.
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Coachella CUE Feb 2
Woohoo! The awesome is teaching Ts all about how use chromebooks!
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