May 29, 2019
It’s the end of the school year and testing is OVER! That’s right…O-V-E-R, OVER. So, now what? For most, this time of the year means cleaning out desks, taking down bulletin boards, and trying to keep your students focused on something education-related. With just a couple of weeks left, how about wrapping up the academic year with Qwizdom lessons? The lessons are ready to present and perfect for active participation using your Classroom Clickers.
Grades K-2 Wrap-Up:
The K-2 Wrap-Up has Math and Language Arts lessons that touch on many of the concepts and skills taught throughout the year. Many are aligned to learning standards that you’ve most likely focused on this year:
Click here for that free lesson package: K-2 Wrap Up.
Grades 3-5 Wrap-Up:
The Gr 3-5 Wrap Up has lessons that deal with Language Arts, Math, and Science topics and skills you have worked hard to tackle during the year. Many are aligned to learning standards that you’ve most likely focused on:
Click here for that free lesson package: Gr 3-5 Wrap Up.
Play a Few Games!
To have some fun and increase student engagement, present lessons as a team game like Fast Track. You’ll see your students get excited about learning and might even ask to learn using Qwizdom games. Watch this Qwizdom Games video to see how incorporating games can work in your classroom.
If you are already a Qwizdom Connect user make sure you register for free lessons. Go to register.qwizdom.com to register for free online content and get a 30-day trial of ReadySet lessons which are aligned to Common Core State Standards.
So, as another year draws to a close, keep the learning going with Qwizdom lessons. Engage your students in these last few days (I hear that clock ticking, too!) incorporating Qwizdom games using our classroom clickers. You can generate data reports for each lesson which includes the option of viewing data by question. You’ll be able to see how far your students have come! Go into the summer break knowing that your students progressed and are ready for the next school year. Enjoy!
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