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Looking for ideas to incorporate the smartboard into curriculum night. Students do not attend.
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Nathalie I make sure I leave time for parents to write a hello to their child. that way they get to "try" the board =) the kids love to read what their parents wrote!

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On 7/24/11, Lill wrote: > I have students tell me what their favorite snack is. I then > create a smartboard page that has click and reveal tool up. > Parents ...See More
Jul 31, 2011
bookworm This sounds like a wonderful idea. However, I'm not sure how you create the page. I know how to click and reveal answers but I'm not sure how to get it to reveal only if they are correct in their guesses. Help!

On 7/24/11, Lill wrote: > I have students tell me what their favorite snack is. I then > create a smartboard page that has c...See More
Aug 18, 2011
Lill It is not that complicated because if they click on applesauce for example and the square flips around their child's name shuld be on the other side. If it is not then there is another child's name from the class on the hidden side. AI hope that this makes sense.

Lil On 8/18/11, bookworm wrote: > This sounds like a wonderful idea. Howev...See More
Aug 18, 2011
book worm Thanks. That makes sense, I thought it spun around only if it was the correct answer.... something like the vortex spin activity. On 8/18/11, Lill wrote: > It is not that complicated because if they click on applesauce for > example and the square flips around their child's name shuld be on > the other side. If it is not then there is anot...See More
Aug 20, 2011
Tammy On 7/24/11, Lill wrote: > I have students tell me what their favorite snack is. I then > create a smartboard page that has click and reveal tool up. > Parents come up (after my presentation) to guess what their > child's snack is and if correct their child's name is > revealed. This way they each get a chance to actually touch > t...See More
Sep 24, 2011


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