This whole group activity will allow students to notice patterns as they orally count by ones and tens up to 100.
In this learning activity, students will watch a video read-aloud of the book, One, Two, Three Sassafras! by Stuart Murphy. The video will help to remind them how to count and number order. Then, students will participate in an activity that allows them to apply their counting knowledge by lining up in number order.
In this learning activity, students will watch a video that teaches them to count down from ten in order to see a rocket launch. Students will then practice in groups or independently to re-create their own blast off by counting backward from ten to zero.
This tool will allow students to become actively engaged in lessons by creating their own video that corresponds with topics of the lesson. The students will work in groups collaboratively to produce their short video. This tool can be used with any content area.
This app contains features that are just like a real whiteboard in the classroom. These include: drawing on any photo that is saved to your device, saving your drawings to your device, and changing the markers transparency. This app allows students to work on a problem at their desk on their own devices. It allows students to draw, erase, and solve the problem. By using this app to keep the students engaged, they will learn the material at hand without even realizing it!