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Lee Horton

Student Instructions

A Day at the Beach

Click on the link link and enjoy a day at the beach! Click on add to complete this activity. Click πŸ‘†on the template. drawing Draw a picture of yourself playing in the waves. label or mic Tell about how you think it feels to be in the waves. Click πŸ‘†on the next slide. drawing Draw a sand castle. Remember there's no one right way for a sand castle to look so use your imagination. label or mic Tell about your sand castle. Click πŸ‘†on the next slide. drawing Draw at least one more sea shell on the beach. label or mic Tell how the sea shell might feel. Hint: you might want to use words like smooth, bumpy, or curvy. Click on the green check when you are done to save your work.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, Pre-K, Science, Social Studies
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This field trip allows students to view videos of playing in the waves, building sand castles, and collecting sea shells. It also gives young learners the opportunity to write and express themselves orally. Texas Prekindergarten guidelines VI.B.1 The child observes, investigates, describes, and discusses the characteristics of organisms. II.B.1 The child is able to use language for different purposes. II.B.The child provides appropriate information for various situations. IV.A.1 The child intentionally uses marks, letters, or symbols to record language and verbally shares meaning. IV.A.2 The child independently writes to communicate his/her ideas for a variety of purposes.