Digital activities for the book How to Code a Rollercoaster that are perfect for grades 3-5. 12 total digital activities that will help students expand their understanding of this great read aloud storybook. I designed this for technology teachers or media specialists so that you can read the same book to all 3 grade levels and then assign them different activities. You can read it again the next year with fresh activities for the next grade!
What activities are included?
-9 literacy activities on main idea, connections, inferencing, author’s purpose and more
-3 Digital Creation tools
*3 Early finisher activities
- A copy of How to Code a Rollercoaster by Josh Funk
- iPads, Laptops, or computers with either Google Slides or PowerPoint access.
How does it work?
With this resource you will receive a link to a Google Slides files to be shared with your students in Google Classroom or downloaded and shared as an interactive PowerPoint.
Don’t have Google accounts yet? No problem! Students can still access this presentation if you set it to be “Anyone with the link can edit”. They can add text, just not images. You would have to create a separate presentation for each student and supply them with the url.
This product comes as a link First, make sure you are signed into your Google account. Double click the link and you will be prompted to “Make a Copy”. Rename the file whatever you would like. It will be sent directly to your drive! Disperse to your students via Google Classroom, Google Drive Shared folder, your Learning Platform, etc..
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