Using the Science Journal app ( https://sciencejournal.withgoogle.com/ ), turn your phone into a pocket science laboratory with tools to measure light, motion, sound and more. As you begin asking questions and coming up with your own investigations, Science Journal gives you the capability to record your ideas and observations through text notes, photos, sensor recordings, and more. Choose an experiment from this link - https://sciencejournal.withgoogle.com/experiments/ 1. Tap the button. 2. Take a . 3. Tap or to add a sentence describing what you learned from the experiment 4. Tap the to add to your portfolio. Additional resources 1. https://sciencejournal.withgoogle.com/experiments/ 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JC82Il2cjqA 3. https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project-ideas#browseallprojects 4. http://pbskids.org/zoom/activities/sci/ 5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QSyIa23eyA
Knowing how to add words to a photo is one of the most useful Seesaw skills for students. Students can visually represent new vocabulary, document an experiment, or describe a math concept. Blending pictures and text helps your students “show what they know” in your classroom, and in Seesaw it’s easy for teachers to see all of the students’ photos in one place. This activity works great as a compliment to whatever your students are already doing in class. To do this activity with students…. 1. Share this activity by tapping the green Share button 2. Students sign in to Seesaw. 3. Students follow the steps to complete the activity.