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Old 08-11-2011, 05:43 AM
 
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WOW! catsandquilts thank you so much! I just discovered teacher tipster!
I was watching the videos when I found this one:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Viy90644Y3I

Has anyone tried this? Is it that simple? Do the kids just sit and watch words passing by???


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I've been watching a few of his videos and visited his website... very cool. Thanks so much for sharing!
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this is awesome!!!
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Yay Teacher Tipster!
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Wow! I've never seen Teacher Tipster before, but I just watched a bunch of the videos! I especially loved the Chart Folders! Brilliant!
Anyway, I've never thought about doing this with a digital frame...but I do it with the screen saver on my computer - choose Marquee and then type whatever you want to scroll across the screen. At the beginning of the year, I put their names, and they LOVE reading each other's names as they come across the screen!
I wonder what else you could do with a digital frame in the classroom!
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I wonder if math facts could work as a review on the digital frame? The problem comes up and then the answer so they can check themselves.


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Old 08-12-2011, 02:22 AM
 
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those are great ideas.
I have a digital frame at home. I'm going to try it. I hope nobody steals it!
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powerpoint as well
Old 08-12-2011, 03:10 PM
 
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I've seen this done with a powerpoint presentation as well. My friend, who teaches in a district that supplies each teacher with a LCD projector and laptop, quickly made a presentation with one sight word per slide. Each morning, they take about 2 minutes to go over these words. As it plays they recite the word aloud. This is a great way to review the sight words daily.
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Old 08-13-2011, 07:13 AM
 
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is Teacher Tipster. I've used his free printables in my classroom last year. Amazing!
Love his Brainy Beats chants to teach. I've just purchased his dvd of Morning Meeting. I'm waiting for it to arrive. His website is fun, educational, and just plain happy.

My students love Kaboom, Inspector Fix-It, Honey Bunny, just to name a few. He makes learning fun. He has a BIG personality! Love him!!!!!!!
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sight words with digital frame
Old 08-17-2011, 02:56 PM
 
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I just finished loading my digital frame with 1st grade sight words. I use the magnetic letters as suggested. I will see how it goes with students in a few weeks!

I love the idea of using math facts as well. Those memory cards are fairly inexpensive and you could have one for each subject (sight words, math facts, vocabulary etc.)

I am excited to implement this idea!
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