Awesome Digital Nonfiction Resources For Elementary Reading and Research

It is a huge challenge to find nonfiction resources that are appropriate for our young readers and writers, so I have a great collection of resources that I am excited to share with you that I hope will inspire you and your students! Most of the time, reading levels are too difficult and the content…

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Martin Luther King Jr. & Harriet Tubman Compare and Contrast Techie Style Using QR Codes

Here is a fun Black History web quest for your students to easily utilize 21st Century Skills for researching Martin Luther King jr. and Harriet Tubman Biographies using your iPads. I have detailed directions for the students, “I Can” statements to check off, differentiated options and directions to the “Text-to-Voice” capability tool on your iPad…

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Holidays Around the World Using “Best Christmas” App

iTunes States- This app takes your students around the world for a special view of Celebrations in other Continents and cultures! Select countries, find all hidden animations, and be surprised at how they react! It’s a superb mix of learning and entertainment… Utilize an awesome app- “Best Christmas App for Toddlers and Kids”. It is a…

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Monthly Research Project Cards with QR codes for Primary Students

Young children need a substantial amount of adult support when they first begin to research a nonfiction topic. Many of our Common Core State Standards demand that our kids have multiple experiences reading, writing, organizing, analyzing, summarizing, and sharing nonfiction genres.  I would love to share with you my resources that I have created over…

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