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Add up to 5 headphones to any iPod/iPad for a listening center. for d5 listening to reading (from 32 interesting ways to use an iPod Touch in the classroom)
For a listening centre Add up to 5 headphones to any iPod/iPad for a listening center. for d5 listening to reading
Add up to 5 headphones to any iPod/iPad for a listening center. for fluency reading - instead of using one of those super bulky listening stations.
Awesome tool for the classroom. Add up to 5 headphones to any iPod/ iPad/ boombox/ Discman/etc. to make it a listening center
Daily 5 listening center... Add up to 5 headphones. I use this and it's amazing! Only $10 on Amazon
Sheet for students to reflect on listening center books. Great way to check for understanding. Students can independently complete these during c...
Have your early elementary children respond to what they listen to in the listening center with this sheet
classroomcollective: Add up to 5 headphones to any iPod/iPad for a listening center
We have one and used it daily.... Until it grew legs and walked away )(
Amanda McAlpin .......this is what we were talking about today for creating a listening center from an old ipod....not sure if works w/ ipads
Yes, it works with an iPad. We use it almost every day when we have multiple small groups in the room.
worksheets for listening centers. i like these to help make kids more accountable when they are at the listening center during daily 5.may rework for k.
This is great for my listening center. I dont like that I have to buy and the teacher just doesnt share :(
ipod listening centers - ask around for old iPods! You just never know who may help you out!
Make different sized circles on the cricut to recreate this tree for the classroom~ CN
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Nice! This is a good way for me to have books on tape for the kids to choose from!
The Very Busy Kindergarten: Beginning of the Year I love the stools for the kids to sit on at the listening center.
If my listening center table on donors choose doesn't get funded I think I'll go to IKEA and make this instead. But I think I'd choose a Lak coffe table instead of the side tables so more kids could fit
I like this listening center. It doesn't take up much space! This space also shows a picture of her classroom where the desks are in clusters and have a bookcase at the end of each one.