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Old 12-15-2020, 05:42 AM
 
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Yall Im kinda stuck for ideas on what to do for Thursday/Friday classes. Its the week before winter break, we dont want to start our new unit yet, and Im kinda stumped for ideas. Today were watching a virtual field trip from The Nature Conservancy and answering some questions. I have a pretest for them to complete for our next unit after breeds. I have a digital escape room for Thursday/Friday but that wont take the whole time. Weve been all virtual this year and the kids are Kahoot-ed and Gimkit-ed out. Yall got any ideas?


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How about a jeopardy review game? You can make one on flippity.net fairly easily.

I don't know what you teach, but how about some coding activities? Critical thinking, problem-solving, reading, and some logic. Hour of code has some good activities- but there are many different websites with Hour of code activities.

code.org
https://www.tynker.com/hour-of-code/
kodeable.com
Kahn academy has one, too.

Interesting video on the number of men to women working in tech is 7:30 even though women make up 57% of the work force. Could be fun to do something with it.
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Awesome thanks! I do science so the coding would be good and jeopardy might be fun.
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I just looked these up. Maybe you can use something here for a quick set up.

Kids Random Trivia Jeopardy (Ready to play!)
https://jeopardylabs.com/play/kids-random-trivia

Jeopardy Virtual Game (Ready to play-Maybe for a little older students than previous game)
https://jeopardylabs.com/play/jeopardy-virtual-game

12 Best Free Jeopardy Templates
https://www.lifewire.com/free-jeopar...plates-1358186

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Old 12-15-2020, 08:10 AM
 
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Thank you! I like the idea of jeopardy but not something serious. I appreciate it!


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Demonstrations or Lab?
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I believe you teach science, right? What about a demonstration based on a topic you've studied or a Christmas science experiment demonstration? You could video yourself doing it. Or, you could give suggestions of Christmas themed or topic related experiments they could do at home (have the supplies to do them) and they can try them and report back. I guess that couldn't be a requirement since all of the kids wouldn't have all of the supplies, but it's a thought/option.
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