I'm Ashley. I believe that students learn best not just when content is relative to them, but when they have opportunities to learn through experimentation, collaboration, and play. Through exploration students have more meaningful educational experiences, and I am passionate about creating these for my students.
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"I am subbing and one class is a transition class. This totally engaged the 7th graders (not always the case with this group at times). There are step-by-step guides to follow and so was good for students with a wide variety of computer skills.
My students love using this resource during centers! We use it to follow letters from left to right, top to bottom and to identify upper- and lowercase letters. My kiddos like to use markers, mini erasers, and pointers to follow along.
My students LOVED doing this as a back to school activity. It got them back in that creative headspace in a fun, interactive way.
I love this resource! There are more prompts than you will need, which is great because it allows the teacher to pick and choose what is best in her community I select three prompts for the week and let my students choose which one they'd like to write about. Each week, more and more students are asking, "Can we do all three?" YES! I've recommended this resource to several friends. Thank you.
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