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Kelly Silverman

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Celebration of Learning November 2020

1. Click the add 2.Slide 1. Use the label to fill in your name. 3. Slide 2 Use the label to tell one thing you are working on in math and one thing you need to practice. Then use the upload to show one item in Math that you are proud of. Use the mic to explain. 4. Slide 3 Use the label to tell one thing you are working on in Reading and one thing you need to practice. Then use the upload to show one item in Reading that you are proud of. Use the mic to explain. 5. Slide 4 Use the label to tell one thing you are working on in Writing and one thing you need to practice. Then use the upload to show one item in Writing that you are proud of. Use the mic to explain. 6. Slide 5 Use the label to tell which one of the 7 Sacred Teachings you'd like to focus on. Then use the upload to add a clipart picture of the animal that carries this gift. Use the mic to explain you choice. 7. Click the draft if you need more time to complete. 8. Click the check when you are done.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Social Emotional Learning, English Language Arts
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity is meant to take a few days to complete. Therefore the draft feature will be used. Prior to Uploading pictures of work "they are proud of" please have students use the snipping tool to snip samples of work from their Seesaw folders (Math, Reading and Writing). I choose to have a Portfolio folder as well for students to easily access the "important" stuff. If you have "hard copies" of work the students can always use the camera feature to upload a picture and resize. You can adjust the instructions to fit your needs. Credit to calliedanielle.com for the graphics and Sandra Samatte's "Seven Teachings" book for the handouts.

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