This smartboard game is a bit of a different activity. It allows you to see how many slaves you have “working” for you at the moment. Both your students and you as a teacher will find it fascinating. The slavery footprint is based on what products you have in your household and what you regularly buy.
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Bang On Time
Read the time in words and then stop the clock when the hands are in the matching position. Give each team a turn and see who is the best.
Scale of the Universe
This idea comes from The Whiteboard Blog:
Here [is a] great applications to use with students when trying to visualise a sense of scale…
The Scale of the Universe which lets you scroll from the size of a person and head out into space – viewing the solar system, galaxy and eventually the entire universe. Or zoom smaller and smaller down to sub atomic particles.
Draw a Stick Man
Draw a stick man and watch it come to life! Great activity to keep the students busy at the end of the day.
Great way to get a story started. Create a character that should star in the story, and then let your class write about it.
First Day Fun
This great idea comes from Smartboard Goodies
Here are the famous singing horses. What a great activity to get students used to touching the SMART Board! This would also work if you are discussing Cause and Effect or just to have some fun on a Friday afternoon.
If your kids need some inspiration to write a story, turn to the story maker. The class can spin up a story quickly and off they write.
You can use this tool for tracking individual performances or team performances. Improve student behavior and engagement by awarding and recording real-time feedback.
ClassDojo provides instant visual notifications for your students (‘Well done Josh! +1 for teamwork!’) with a whole host of game mechanics: think level-ups, badges and achievements to unlock, in-classroom games, avatars and leaderboards.
Whiteboard Quiz Scorer
This scoreboard allows you to track scores of two teams.
Use this talking calculator to confirm your students answers. They love hearing the smartboard talk and telling them they were right.