About Seesaw Sign Up

Students use creative tools in the Seesaw app or website to complete classroom activities like "That's Not Fair"

Jo Money

Student Instructions

That's Not Fair

1. Read the story That's Not Fair 2. Tap and underline any unfamiliar vocabulary in the text. 3. Tap and read the whole text. 4. In your workbook answer the following questions in full sentences. a. What was Atlas doing during the teacher's lesson? What helped him? b. Why is Hawk Upset? What is his complaint? c. What words and phrases does the author uses to express Hawk's feelings? How would you describe Hawk's feelings? d. Do you think it is fair for Octavia and Atlas to have extra gadgets in the classroom but not Hawk? Why? e. Does fair mean equal? Using examples from the story, write a paragraph explaining whether or not fair means equal. 5. Tap

4th Grade, Reading
10 teachers like this
Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

Students will edit this template: