Create a Green Screen Video in Your Classroom. Create amazing student-driven, directed and edited videos placing them anywhere in the world using a super-simple green screen app. See how putting your students in the director’s chair facilitates authentic learning and assessment opportunities and results in Oscar-worthy productions, with little to NO prep!
Collection of free You-Tube videos that teach shapes with graphics and music. There are brief descriptions below each video on this post - pick and choose your favorite style or watch them all. Great for preschoolers and kindergarteners and special need learners who need extra visual support.
Oral Storytelling (Capitals and Punctuation)- More of her "whole brain teaching" videos. I've used her ideas and love them! Definitely doing this one tomorrow with capitals and punctuation. Lots of other videos on her you tube channel. Watch them all!
Hi,Recently I have fallen in love with paper bead making. There is always a lot of flyers, brightly coloured newspaper pages and glossy magazines lying around. While browsing for DIY jewellery ideas on Pinterest I chanced upon paper beads. I got interested and did some browsing again and found a treasure of videos and images on YouTube and Pinterest related to paper bead making and jewellery.After we make the paper beads we need to seal them. During my research on the ideal sealant I…
These writing prompts would be good for responding to a reading or video or something like that. You could also make notecards with these prompts on them and have the kids finish the sentence with whatever comes to them first- timing it and seeing how far they can get in a certain amount of time.
Awesome video -This little girl explains autism creatively! BBC - My Autism and Me In this Newsround Special, 13-year-old Rosie takes viewers into her world to explain what it's like to grow up with autism - a condition which affects how children see life, and the way they relate to others around them. With the help of beautifully crafted animation, Rosie introduces other children who have the condition: