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## Striking Accuracy – App Lesson

Problem Statement: Is kicking with the inside, outside, or the top of the foot more accurate for hitting a target from 15 yards?   Students write a hypothesis.   Step 1: Students will get into groups and practice kicking a ball and striking a target on a wall from 20 yards away. The groups will be formed by typing students’ ...

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## Cell Discovery – App Lesson

Problem Statement: What is the difference between plant, animal, and bacteria cells?   Students write a hypothesis.   Step 1: Students will be introduced to cells and their functions by playing Cell Explorer: Animal Cell. There are different levels and objectives in this game, so students can work at their own pace. This game introduces students to what cells are ...

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## Where Am I? – App Lesson

Problem Statement: Where am I?   Students write a hypothesis.   Step 1: Students will use the MAPS.ME app to locate their community, state, nation, and continent on a map. This will help students become familiar with their surroundings. It is crucial for students to know where they live in location to other communities, cities, and states.   Step 2: ...

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## Learning Place Values Using Apps! – App Lesson

Problem Statement: How are large number place values determined?   Students write a hypothesis.   Step 1: Students will use the 4th Grade Math Games for Kids app on their devices and play different place value games. This application will help them learn different place values for numbers from ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands.   Step 2: Students will use ...

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## Let’s Get Physical! – App Lesson

Problem Statement: How many of the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity and 10,000 steps do you get each day?   Students write a hypothesis.   Step 1: Students will use Fitbit to keep track of the steps they are taking each day.   Step 2: Students will use Evernote to keep a journal of their steps and physical activity ...

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