Thursday, November 29, 2018

Love Learning from Tech Educators at #TETC2018


Snag a copy of my notes from Wednesday's sessions   HERE.

I LOVE learning about how others use Tech with their students!

This year's TETC conference is #awesome.

Snag a copy of Thursday's sessions   HERE.

Snag a copy of Friday's Sessions   HERE.

I love using the GoodNotes app to help me document my learning and share!

Off for another day of sessions!
Excited to share about Seesaw Activities!
Snag a copy of our presentation HERE.

Have a great day!
Heidi

Thanks for sharing...


Saturday, November 17, 2018

Adobe Spark Page

Have you had a chance to explore Adobe Spark Page?
I put this page together for an interview last year...
Thinking of exploring ways to use this amazing resource with my students.

My Page

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Coding Multiples with BlueBot



Coding Multiples
with BlueBot
Print out the large numbers to place under the BlueBot Mat.
Print out the multiple maze for students to plan their path to code the BlueBot.
Students work to find the path of the multiples from least to greatest number.
Then code the Bluebot to make it move the same path.



Enjoy!


Friday, October 12, 2018

Three in a Row with Multiples of 7


Trying to get more practice in with Multiples and Multiplication.

Hoping this little game will be just the trick we need to get us moving along with memorization of some facts before we head into the season of Multiplication of 2 digits by 2 digits :)

Enjoy for free on my TpT Store for a #fallbreaktreat


Enjoy your day!


Saturday, October 6, 2018

Coding with BlueBot for Multiples of 10, 100, and 1000




We are exploring the concept of coding while using Math Skill Content...

Got the opportunity to learn a little more about these easy to code bots at #ISTE18 this summer. Fell in LOVE with them and was blessed to have a grant funded to have one for my students to explore coding this year. Have you heard of the BlueBots?

We just finished with our exploration of how using multiples of 10, 100 and 100 
can help us as we get into larger multiplication tasks.
This little guy will be the perfect combination for 
helping students practice tasks basked on these skills to review 
while using problem solving skills to 
code him to go to the right answer.

You can snag a copy of the tasks and answer cards to use HERE.

It will be free for a bit...and then some :) 

Happy Fall Break!





Thursday, August 2, 2018

Ignite Learning and Seesaw for Beginners PD Shares


Want to learn more about one of the ideas in our Ignite Learning session from today's PD? Just drop a line in the comments below or email us! We're happy to share more! Look for more PD coming this year on these topics. Would you prefer webinars? or actual workshops?

Here's the shares from our Getting Started with Seesaw session from today's PD.
Got questions? Drop them in the comments below or email us! We're happy to help!


Enjoy your day!
Cindy and Heidi

Sunday, July 15, 2018

#ISTE Reflection & Shares on Playground Learning


If you’re following along on my reflections and shares from #ISTE18,
thanks for popping back in. I hope you’re able to get some ideas and activities
that you can use this year with your students.

This is the second installment of my reflections on #ISTE18.
You can find my shares from the Poster Sessions by following this link: https://swampfrogfirstgraders.blogspot.com/2018/07/several-years-ago-i-was-introduced-to.html

You can find my shares on #SeesawConnect conference
by following this link:

Today I’d like to share about one of my favorite type of sessions
offered at this gigantic conference of technology ideas and resources...


Playgrounds

There were actually 3 different playground areas that provided conference
participants the opportunity to experiment with different interactive technologies.

I created this eBook using Book Creator to share links, pictures, and
videos of some of my favorite take aways from the playgrounds at ISTE this year!
Hope you find something you can use.
If you have questions, let me know!

Here's the link to this online eBook: