Mrs. Sander’s students created poetry Voicethreads with their orginal poems. Check them out!
First of all, I cannot take any credit for any aspect of this voicethread. I did not help with it at all, but it’s so good, and such a great example, I have to share it! It was done by Mrs. Hudson’s 5th Graders at Clearbrook. They wrote poetry about a famous people and used voicethread to record their poems. Mrs. Hudson taught a few students how to use Voicethread, and they helped their classmates record on one computer in the back of the room. After everyone had recorded, they were able to post the final product on their class blog! What a great project, and what a great way to use technology in the classroom!
Students in Mrs. Devlin’s Class have created these voicethreads to practice subtraction, teach others how to subtract, and see if anyone has a different way. Check them out, and feel free to comment with your own method!
Subtracting Numbers without Regrouping
Subtracting Numbers with One Regroup
Subtracting Numbers with More than One Regroup
Subtracting Numbers Across Zeros
Note: We did realize that you could keep the writing from fading towards the end of the project. To see how, read how to increase writing time in voicethread.
Pretty much all you need to do is click the center button in the color palette before you start drawing!!
If you haven’t tried out Voicethread, it’s a wonderful online digital storytelling tool that can be used across subject areas!