Book Creator is always one of my go-to favorite apps. It's one of those apps that I don't think I could live without. It makes creating and showing thinking SO easy for students, even littles! And students can even easily create comic strips to show their learning and thinking which is SO fun! We were using it for science notebooking here. We took a picture of the project and labeled it, and then added a video to explain what happened! Have you used Book Creator before??? I'd love to hear a project you've done with it!
Teaching students expectations while working with others is essential, regardless of how old they are or how much tech we have in our classrooms. Students HAVE to learn how to work together! I love how @creativelyteachingfirst uses these visuals to help teach her students these important skills! Stop by and check it out!
What do you do when the internet goes down??? Answer with an emoji! 😭
I am so excited and honored I got to present at #CUE18 this year about two things I am so passionate about- Student Voice and Coding in the Classroom! I had such a blast, got to spend time with some amazing friends and educators, learned a TON, and am excited to share all of these new ideas with you here!
I ❤️LOVE❤️ how @mrsbfirstgrade uses Seesaw to publish and collaborate after their writing unit! It’s so wonderful that young students can participate and leave voice comments without having to worry about all the typing! Check out what Sarah said below! And go say hi to her!!! ・・・ Today we added a technology twist to our writing celebration! 💗✏️📱 We have been creating realistic fiction book series. When we are done with a unit, we usually have a share where students walk around and check out work. Today we put pictures of our book covers on @seesawlearning. Then, we walked around and read the books like usual, but this time we left positive and specific comments on Seesaw. Most kids left voice comments, some did written. The best part was being able to listen your friends fun feedback over and over! 💗
Who’s ready for St. Patrick’s Day!?!? Lots of fun ideas and activities on the blog if you need some last minute ideas! My favorite is the Leprechaun Trap Maker Station! 👍🏼🍀 (Link in profile) http://bit.ly/SoaringSlime
Who’s making leprechaun traps!?!? It’s so easy to use the Drawing Tool in Seesaw to plan, label, and record about leprechaun traps! Swipe to see more of this challenge in the Saint Patrick’s Day Challenges for Seesaw! Link in profile! http://bit.do/SoaringStPatricksChallenges
Omg!!!!! I love @thesupersparklyteacher! She’s hilarious and has awesome tips and reminders for teachers about getting healthy and staying fit! Go check her story highlights out!!!
This is one of my favorite Seesaw Challenges for March! Students take a selfie, turn themselves into a leprechaun using the drawing tool, add their “leprechaun name” and adjectives with the Label tool, and record themselves talking about what they would do if they were a leprechaun! So much fun! Link in profile to see more! http://bit.do/SoaringStPatricksChallenges