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Hi friends! I had to take a half day because my little monkeys were running fevers and had sore throats! No worries- they are much better, and it is back to work for me tomorrow!
I am here to share a few ways that I am addressing graphing in my classroom this week- one of course involving technology!
The app is a Little Monkey app (I LOVE their apps):
Students can create their own graphs- like the simple one I made below. This app like many other apps that I love has a feature-- it allows students to save their graph as a picture or email it. How cool! I really get a kick out of emailing stuff we do to their parents :) This way when we get back together as a class ) can easily assess their learning/work!
The app also has a section that allows students to answer questions about the graph. ***Sidenote- I do wish there was a "Read to me" option, but for your higher kids, this is a perfect work station or center! I also plan on using this app as a teaching tool by utilizing my apple tv to show the whole class!
Now I did not forget about those of you that don't have the good fortune of having ipads! I have a oldie but a goodie FREE download in my store:
And if you are looking for a more extensive packet I think you should check out Sandra's graphing packet that I am using this week too!
Now- I am excited to see what you have to share this week!
Guidelines for entering Linky Party:
1. Link directly to your blog post, not just your blog.
2. You CAN use an older post, it just needs to be about something techy (whether for blogging or classroom advice).
3. Have fun!