The grade 1's are currently partaking in an experiment with other students from British Columbia, New Zealand, Newfoundland, Texas and many other places. A few weeks ago we skyped with
In “Innovate with iPad: Lessons to Transform Learning in the Classroom” primary teachers Karen Lirenman and Kristen Wideen provide a complete selection of clearly laid out engaging open-ended lessons to change the way you use iPad in the classroom.
This article originally appeared in the Spring 2014 issue of ETFO Voice.
In this grade two 3-D Geometry iTunes U Course, students will explore attributes of 3-D objects using concrete materials and drawings. Students will also build and construct 3-D objects and models as well as develop language to describe geometric concepts.
Discover how to keep parents informed, connect globally and link to your curriculum. This One Best Thing leads your primary classroom students through the creation of a learning network on Twitter.
This would be a wonderful writing topic for my students. On Monday we are going to talk about what brings them joy. I am going to have them tweet and Skype about it on Tuesday. I would love for other classes to join in! Please contact me on twitter if you are interested in participating!
|I drew 5 fish in a bowl and I drew him eating 2 of them.|
|I love how this child drew out the problem.|
|I think this picture is great! This student showed the two fish in the person's belly.|
|Students need to order the cards by 2's, 5's and 10's.|
|Students' are playing Top It on the iPads (an addition game).|
|We are working on number stories using numbers, pictures and words in our answers.|
|Playing addition games on funbrain.com on the smart board.|
|The students love making pictures using pattern blocks then recording the shapes they have used.|