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Bobbi Hopkins (@bhopteacher)

Student Instructions

Count the Falling Leaves🍁🍂

Make the leaves fall to the ground but as you do, count out loud. As you move them, you can swirl them around as if they are floating through the air down to the ground below. 1. Tap to get started. Find your name and tap it. 2. Tap the tool. Now you can move the leaves! But first, tap the red button. 3. After the 3-2-1 countdown, touch each leaf and move it to the ground, counting out loud as you do this. Tap when you’re finished counting. 4. After you’ve finished moving and counting leaves, you can use the or tool to write the total number of leaves that you made fall to the ground! 5. Tap the twice to save to your journal.

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

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The sample has not only the directions stated orally but a brief demonstration showing students how to do the activity. You can have students add other finishing touches if you’d like - drawing themselves in the scene or adding in foraging animals like squirrels. Note: The feature is only available in iOS.