Primary Digital Resources
Apps to Consider
Why Math Slides
- Allows Multiple Users On One Device
- Differentiate For Students at All Levels
- Simple To Use
Why shadow puppets
- Students As Young As Five Can Create Their Own Digital Stories
- Students Recieve Immediate Feedback
- Your Students Will Love Seeing Themselves on The IPad
- Students can explain Their Ideas
why chatterpix kids
- Easy To Use
- Students Can Give Life To Any Object or Picture
- Students Can Explain Or Persuade
- Fun For Everyone
- Create Digital Book Reports
- Students Can Create Interactive Vocabulary Resources
Why Little Bird Tales
- Students Can Create Digital Stories
- Students Can Personify Their Art
- Students Can Create an Array of Online Resources That Support Their Literacy Journey!
- Paid App - $2.99
Blogs and Educators to Check Out
Ms. Cassidy's Classroom blog
What you will find
Ms. Cassidy teaches Kindergarten in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. Her blog is a great example of how you can document your classes journey through-out the schooll year. As an added bonus, her students display their work through an e-portfolio, displayed here for you to check out!
Matt B.Gomez's Kinder Blog
What you will find!
Matt Gomez is a kindergarten teacher in Norh Dallas, Co-founder and Organizer for EdcampDallas, as well as a moderator for the twitter chat #Kinderchat. On his blog you will find a variety of resources ranging from 150 ebooks, app/tool recomendations, personal reflections, and a look into his students journey through their first year of school.
Multiply yourself through screencasting apps!
In the primary grades, teachers often wish they could multiply themselves to facilitate the needs of all their learners. Through the power of screen-casting you can do it! Create resources that will guide your students at a station, read them a book, or bring any idea to life! It is also a great way to allow your students to make their thinking visible. Below are 2 examples of screen-casting tools to get you started. They are easy to use and free!
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