My students need 2 mini iPads and cases to help them complete different language arts, technology and science learning.
This project expired on December 24, 2018.
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My students are a group of young artists! They love art, science, social science lessons, hands-on activities, exploring, and creating unique artworks with words and ideas. There are 40 wonderful second graders in my dual language classes who spend half of their day in an English-speaking classroom and the other half in a Mandarin-speaking classroom. They love creative math lessons and hands-on STEM activities. They work very hard every day and study all subjects in both languages according to Common Core Standards, as well as Next Generation Science Standards.
I have a group of amazing artists and scientists in 2nd grade. My students learn better when I combine core subjects with art and technology.
According to the Next Generation Science Standards, second-grade students should be able to ask scientific questions, make observations, and gather information from a variety of sources.
The iPad and keyboards I have requested will help students completing research for our environmental science studies. One of our science units is to study different habitats. During this unit of study, students will first observe hatching eggs and butterflies in the classroom. Next, they will create a PowerPoint presentation about their research with drawings by using Keynote software. They will also use iPads as a virtual tool to study different types of habitats in depth. By the end of the unit, they will also learn to use Apple Notes to draw images for their final written reports.
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