Are you doing remote learning? These activities will help you go digital when learning all about Penguins with these non-fiction penguin activities. These digital activities are pre-loaded for you into Seesaw and Google! These activities are also great in class activities for an interactive white board as all three activities have movable digital pieces. What is unique about this set is they have audio for directions and reading passages!
What Activities are there?
1. Life Cycle of a Penguin: Students will move and place the stages in order with audio directions that reads them the words.
2. Parts of a Penguin: Students will and place the part labels into the correct places. Comes with direction audio.
3. Match the Penguin Word: There are TWO slides of these. Students move the label next to the picture it matches. Comes with audio instructions.
4. Predators of a Penguin: Reading Passages and short answer match. Students have audio of the passage so it can be read to them if needed. Students also have audio directions.
5. Type of Penguins Reading Passages. This is SIX short reading passages for the following penguins; Rockhopper, Emperor, Little Blue, African Penguin, Adelie Penguin, and Chinstrap Penguin. Students have audio options for each slide for the passage. Also has directions. Student list height, weight, and egg lay after reading the selection.
6. Sort the Penguins Shortest to Tallest
7. Graph the Penguin based off of how many eggs they lay.
How does it work?
How does the audio work?
- Everything is loaded into Google Slides and Seesaw
- You are provided with a PDF with clickable links to the activities. You will click the link, make your own copy, which you can send out and assign to your students. For Seesaw, make sure you are logged into your account. Click the links in the Seesaw PDF and add them to your Seesaw Library.
- The PDF also contains answer keys to all the move and place activities for that lesson.
This depends on what platform you are using.
Audio icons are on each slide that they just click to have it read to them. Even reads them individual words!
FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM IMPORTANT:
For the audio to work I used YouTube. So you need access to YouTube to be able to play the audio. Students just tap the play icon to have things read to them or shown how to do something.
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