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Jacqueline Mendez

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A Float for a Class Parade

Instructions 1. Use a shoe box or a toy car to decorate as a parade float. 2. Decide how to decorate the box. 3. Cover the box with any piece of construction paper, tissue paper, or wrapping paper. 4. Cut the tissue paper into strips. Make a cut on the strip from one end to the other. Then glue the strips starting from the bottom up by gluing the strips one top of the other. 5. Use whatever materials you have on hand to decorate the parade float 6. Add the cardboard wheels to your float so it looks like a float in a parade. 7. Put a rope so you can pull your float for the parade. 8. Go to the patio and pull your float while someone video tapes the float. 9. Click :record: to record the movement of your float for 10 seconds while you explain why you picked the design of your float. Then click and put the recording in the correct journal and click once more to turn it in. Use this sentence stem I decided my float would be...

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, History, World Languages, Art
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This year we did nit have our anual float parade. I sent this activity to kids and when they were done I put all the videos together and had a Zoom parade with all their videos. It was great to see how excited the kids got seeing themselves on the screen.