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Mrs Smith

Student Instructions

Halloween

1: Tap on the add button 2. Tap on the link in the witch's house 3. Each link will take you to a video to watch 4. Press on the πŸ”‰ to hear the instructions for each activity 5. The Happy Halloween Bitmoji at the end of each activity will take you back to the first page 6. When you have finished your last activity press on the check Black Cats Get a Bad Rap πŸ±β€πŸ‘€ Press β–Ά to watch the story πŸ±β€πŸ‘€ Use the drawing tools to draw your favourite part of the story πŸ±β€πŸ‘€ Use the mic to explain to me why you liked that part πŸ±β€πŸ‘€ Press on the draft to save your work for next time I'm Not Scared πŸ‘» Press β–Ά to watch the story πŸ‘» Use the drawing tools to draw your own scary creature πŸ‘» Use the label tool to give your creature a name and write about some of its features πŸ‘» Use the mic to describe your creature to me πŸ‘» Press on the draft to save your work for next time Pete the Cat and the Perfect Pumpkin πŸŽƒ Press β–Ά to watch the story πŸŽƒ Use the move tool to decorate your own pumpkins πŸŽƒ Press on the draft to save your work for next time Too Much Candy 🍭 Press β–Ά to watch the story 🍭 Use the move tool to start the spinner and stop the spinner 🍭 Record each spin by using the move tool to move the pumpkin counters onto the graph 🍭 Keep going until one of the candies reached the top 🍭 Use the :mic to tell me about your results 🍭 Press on the draft to save your work for next time Winnie the Witch 🧹 Press β–Ά to watch the story 🧹 Follow the recipe and use the move tool to create each brew 🧹 Press on the draft to save your work for next time

1st Grade, Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, Reading, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This activity is intended to be used over a 1-2 week period. There are 5 activities that students can choose from. In my class I use this in literacy groups as part of a themed unit.

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