Thinking Blocks by Math Playground facilitates the step by step modeling of word problems. As students interact with each word problem they organize information and make model visualizations of the math problem. For ideas and resources for using this app, open the App Integration Snapshot below. Thanks to FTE's Jennifer Flood for this week's hAPPy Friday!
We are so fortunate to have such a dedicated, talented, and kind community that brings us ARTS DAYS at Bridge Point. This Friday, BPE students got to create, sing, drum, dance, draw, glue, construct, paint, bead, and learn about how art is a part of cultures around the world. Thank you BPE for the ARTS!
This week's hAPPy Friday comes from Debbie Smith at Eanes Elementary. You can have your students brainstorm ideas and concepts on Post-It notes and then use the Post It Plus app to capture the notes to a digital interactive version that can be shared. Check out the App Integration Snapshot below for more resources, ideas and learning fun!
The sound of over 700 voices of Bridge Point students filled the auditorium this morning with the beautiful song, We Are the World. As our students sang, their classroom teachers lined up to receive giant colorful balloons with messages attached to spread joy, love, kindness, peace, trust, and happiness. We want you to know that YOU ARE LOVED at Bridge Point! What a wonderful way to launch a celebration of the Arts!
This week our hAPPy Friday app spotlight shines on Stick Around -- an interactive puzzle app that allows kids to play, design, and share sorting/labeling puzzles. Check out the App Snapshot, as well as a helpful how-to infographic. Thanks to Ashley Pampe, Ed Tech at Barton Creek Elementary!
This week our hAPPy Friday app is Pic Collage Kids, a photo collage app. Check out the app integration sheet below for ideas on how to use Pic Kids with your students. Thanks to Holly Moore, Ed Tech at Valley View for this week's post!
Faster than a speeding bullet, she updated iPads in a single bound! More powerful than a locomotive, she copy and pasted Google logins and passwords using split-screen technology with the touch of a single finger! She entered Showbie class codes with her bare hands! She is a 5 year old iPad Superhero! Thanks so much to this amazing superkid in Ms. Skonieczny's kindergarten class for helping me update and set up Showbie on over 20 iPads!