Don't let learning stop! With the unknown of when students will be able to enter back into the classroom, provide online and offline activities for your students to complete from home. The following activities can be printed off for the students and turned into the teacher via Google Classroom, Schoology, Canvas, seesaw.me, or email.
I came across this tear-off learning activity from my good friend, Meredith Akers. Meredith is a principal at Rennell Elementary at CyFair ISD, and she designed a math lesson where the students had to tear off a math problem during the Future Ready activity for a blended learning lesson. The students and the teachers loved having a choice in different activities. While thinking about what the students could do at home, I came up with the tear-off activity that can be used with any subject and topic.
I have generated three different types of tear-off activity sheets. The online technology tools will explore twelve various technology tools that are all free to use for the students. The offline twelve activities can all be completed with the printable templates or with paper and markers. Finally, I created twelve phone applications that can showcase the understanding of the concepts that are free for the students to use with their smartphones.
The teacher or the parent will assign a new idea for the students to learn or research. The student will then pull or pick a new technology tool to use to showcase their understanding of the concepts. When the students are finished with the project, he will send the finished product to the teacher through email, Google Classroom, Schoology, Canvas, or Seesaw.me.
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