Haiku Deck and Skitch

Tips and Tricks

Haiku Deck

Haiku Deck makes it a snap to create beautiful presentations that will wow your audience – whether you’re pitching an idea, teaching a lesson, telling a story, or igniting a movement.

Content Ideas for Haiku Deck

Science

  • When working through the scientific process have students record their part of the scientific process for the experiment. (K-4)
  • Describe the seasons/types of weather and place pictures throughout (K)
  • Identify the tools that are used to measure weather (K)
  • Describe the properties of rocks (1)
  • Describe and identify the parts of the water cycle and how they are connected to weather (2)
  • Describe the planets (3)
  • Identify and describe renewable versus non-renewable resources (4)


Math

  • Identify coins (K)
  • Represent numbers to 120 in multiple ways (1)
  • Using the graphing feature within Haiku Deck create graphs from data collected (2)
  • Create and solve word problems for the different operations (3)


ELAR

  • Create an expository book (K-2)
  • Create a narrative book with beginning, middle, end (K-2)
  • Sequencing story events (2-4)
  • Compare 2 different text (2-4)


Social Studies

  • Identify contributions of historical figures (K)
  • Identify and describe physical characteristics of a place (1)
  • Explain the significance of various holidays and celebrations (2)

  • Describe basic structure of the government (3)
  • Describe the structure of government in the local community, state, and nation (4)

Skitch

Skitch is a tool that enables you to take a picture, screenshot, map, etc. and annotate it. The possibilities truly are endless and applicable across contents!

Content Ideas for Skitch


Science

  • Identify the parts of the water cycle (2)
  • Identify the planets in the solar system (3)


Math

  • Identify and determine the value of a collection of pennies, nickels, and dimes (1)
  • Analyze and create word problems for a graph (2)
  • Label the parts of a graph (2)
  • Solve a word problem (3)
  • Compare fractions (4)


ELAR

  • Using a picture as a starting point to brainstorm for writing (K-4)
  • Compare 2 different text (2-4)


Social Studies


  • Identify the characteristics of a local good citizen (mayor, principal, school board) (K)
  • Locate place of significance on a map (Wylie, Texas, landforms, etc.) (1)
Find a List of Apps and Smores from #URLearning here!

Here you will find App ideas, apps we have covered, and all the Smores for #URLearning!