Friday, October 5, 2012

Letter Work on the Interactive Whiteboard

Here is a jpeg of the interactive board I created using Boardmaker Plus.  We are currently working on letter-sound knowledge.  This was used as a whole group mini-lesson.  Each child got a change to come up to the board and drag a picture to the correct sorting area.  When the children touched each picture, it labeled the name of the picture.  If they touched the p or the b, it gave the sound.  They did an awesome job!

1 comment:

  1. Wow! I think adding sounds when a student touches the ‘p’ or ‘b’ button would be great because it would make the lesson more enjoyable for your kindergarten students. Educational tools such as interactive whiteboards can really be effective, especially among toddlers, as these can encourage them to engage in different activities.