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Time to Explore Geometry! – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop math students’ geometry skills in understanding how to cut complex shapes into simple shapes before adding their areas together. Instructional Objective: Students will use three different applications to explore the composition of shapes, draw shapes on their own, and create flash cards to review at home or with each other. Step 1: Students will use the ...

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Lions, Tigers, and Bears – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop elementary students’ understanding of animals and how they live in their environment. Instructional Objective: Students will learn about different animals and their habitats, observe wildlife outside their classroom, and then create presentations to show what they learned. Step 1: Students will have the opportunity to choose any animal on WWF Together. They will record a few ...

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You as a Fitness Instructor – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop physical education students’ exercise understanding. Instructional Objective: Students will brainstorm and then create a workout plan to participate in with their friends or family. Step 1: Students will use the Simple Mind app to brainstorm why fitness is important along with workout plan ideas. Step 2: Students will pick 5 workouts from the 7 Minute Workout app ...

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Why Seasons Happen and How to Prepare – App Lesson

Description: This app lesson will develop elementary students’ understanding and knowledge on weather patterns and seasons. Instructional Objective: Students will explore weather patterns and effects by researching and charting data, completing hands on experiences, and learning from a tutorial app that talks to them about seasons and weather. Step 1: Step 1: In groups of two, students will use the Kid Weather app ...

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Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death – App Lesson

Instructional Objective: Students will develop a KWL chart, review the American Revolution, analyze the development of the branches of government, and then play an interactive game. Step 1: Students will create a KWL chart and write down the things that they already know about the American Revolution using the Drawing Desk app. Step 2: Students will open The Revolution: Interactive Guide app and ...

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