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Technology Tips in Using "Flippity" Google Add-On™

I'm celebrating Digital Learning Day on February 22nd, with some of my favorite techie teacher friends. We have some technology tips, tricks, and content to improve student outcomes. I have some Tips in Using "Flippity" Google Add-On for integrating technology in the classroom.

students sitting with text "Celebrate Digital Learning"

Celebrate Other Cultures With Chinese New Year and FREEBIE

Kung Hei Fat Choy means Happy New Year!
This year, Chinese New Year is Friday, February 16th. It is the Year of the Dog. Believe it or not, the celebration lasts 23 days ending on the 15th day of the lunar month. In this post, your students can celebrate other cultures with Chinese New Year. I've also provided a fun Game board FREEBIE.

It's important for our students to learn about other cultures and their important holidays and festivals. Here are some websites and activities that you can implement into your curriculum:

Activity Village - Filled with crafts and activities

Soft Schools - Chinese New Year facts

Trip Savvy - 10 Facts About Chinese New Year

How Stuff Works - How Chinese New Year Works

Chinese New Year Traditions

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Enjoy the celebration.

Engaging Activities for the Winter Games

I'm so excited about the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Games. I've watched many of the qualifying events and informative documentaries on the athletes. I love getting to know their stories and how hard each athlete has worked to make it to South Korea. Because the Winter Games represents countries from all over the world, I've provided some engaging activities so your students can enjoy and understand more about the winter games.

Are you ready for the winter games? I've provided engaging activities for your students to learn while enjoying all the winter sport events. These activities are great for third, fourth, and fifth grades.

Celebrate Valentines With My Heart is Like a Zoo With Freebie

One of my favorite books to read at Valentines is My Heart is Like a Zoo. This precious book can be read to any elementary level and I love the fun activities your students can do with it. They can create their own zoo animals with heart shapes and use similes to describe each animal. Plus, you can use Google Slides™ to complete the activity.

Celebrate Valentines with the precious book My Heart is Like a Zoo. Students can read the book to learn more about similes and use Google Slides to create their own zoo animal made of hearts.

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