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Ask Alexa can now be a fun, interactive early finisher activity or center for your students. Students will grab a chair near your amazon echo dot and pick an activity card. Each card gives a specific quote to tell Alexa as well as an activity to complete once Alexa responds. Some activities requi
A cheat sheet of voice commands for Amazon Echo devices that can be used in the classroom. Amazon Echo device and Amazon account required for use. Amazon Echo not included. *Fonts used: Janda Manatee Solid and Janda Manatee Bubble*
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Use Amazon Alexa to practice finding factors and the Greatest Common Factor of two numbers. Students answer the questions and Alexa checks their work!This product includes 20 animal trivia questions to ask Amazon Alexa. Students record their answers to each question in the boxes. After completing, t
This is a fun activity for you and your class to get to know your new best friend, Amazon Alexa! Test out animal trivia knowledge with your personal assistant to see how many fun and random facts your student know about animals.This product includes 20 animal trivia questions to ask Amazon Alexa. St
Practice those basic multiplication facts using Amazon Alexa! Students answer the questions and Alexa checks their work!This product includes 20 basic multiplication facts to ask Amazon Alexa. Students record their answers to each question in the boxes. After completing, they can ask Alexa the quest
Using the Amazon Echo Dot is a BREEZE with this Ask Alexa Tip Sheet! Offers a multitude of questions students can "Ask Alexa" in class to help make technology integration a breeze.
This silly Spanish story can be easily understood by all students! Footnotes are provided for new words and it includes 3 levels of questions ranging in difficulty from novice up through native speaker, so you can easily differentiate in mixed-ability class. It also includes a version formatted for
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6th - 12th
**This is a custom bundle for Alexa. Please do not purchase this bundle if you are not the person who requested it. Unless you like surprises and activities because that is what you would get. :)**Interested in your own custom bundle? I am happy to work with buyers like Emily to create the bundle yo
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5th
Here it is...the long awaited guide to using Amazon Alexa in the classroom! If you're a bold innovator, a teacher who likes to be on the forefront of technology in the classroom, and a brave pioneer, this guide is for you! I've been using Alexa in my classroom now for a year and a half and I cannot
Having an Amazon Alexa/Echo Dot in the classroom can be really fun and helpful!Here's an easy to read list of all the commands you'll need. Includes general commands, educational, silly, and ones via the "Ask My Class" skill.
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Not Grade Specific
In this assignment, students are asked to rewrite the classic fairy-tale "Rumpelstiltskin" from the main character's perspective. Students are challenged to evaluate the character's motivations and decisions and explain them using narrative techniques. Rubric is based on CCSS Standards and CAASPP.
NAMES INCLUDED IN THIS HANDWRITING PRACTICE WORKBOOK:Ava -Anna -Alexa- Amber -AveryHandwriting Daily Practice: Learn To Write Your Name. Girl Names Beginning With (A) Learn to write your name the fun and easy way. DAILY MORNING PRACTICE, OR HOMEWORK PRACTICE. These worksheets are designed to help yo
A selection of commands, games, questions and more for kids to ask their virtual assistant!You can cut these cards out and put them in a jar. Your child can pick out a card to try something new. Example: You get: {Alexa, is going to snow today?} ✔ 60 mini cards✔ 15 cards per 8.5 x 11 inch page***
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This communicative activity will get kids talking about heroes while practicing asking for the name, age, profession, and what happened to someone in Spanish. The super powers section is in English so kids get to enjoy that a bit more, you can always ask them to make their powers real by sharing the
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1st - 9th
This communicative activity will help your class review physical description, professions, genders, animals, colors while asking questions to get information from partners. This activity is a fun way to review or assess Spanish language.
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Add a little something extra to your morning meeting or calendar time. Have students use online resources, or ask Alexa, and keep track as the hours of sunlight increase and decrease over the school year.
If you have an Amazon Alexa or Echo Dot in your classroom, these cards will help students know which questions they can ask Alexa/Echo. There are over 70 questions sorted by subject and can easily be printed and put onto a ring. It also includes directions on how to edit them as well as a class set
Density Science Escape Room Boom Cards Escape the crazy house! Explore the house, make the cuckoo come out of his clock and if you get stuck ask the Alexa for help! Can you escape? Learn and revise density with this fun science digital escape room. Children will need to explore the house, answering
My struggling readers desperately needed practice with making logical inferences and supporting them with details from the text. I wanted to make this skill a little more engaging, so I asked them to make inferences based on popular Netflix series! For this activity, students will read 10 task cards
Use you Amazon Echo Dot to practice math facts in your classroom! This activity allows students to set their own goals for fact fluency while also allowing for them to check their work. Students ask Alexa to answer the math facts when checking their work, helping auditory learners. See a preview o
This is a listening guide for High School students. This is great for students who play an instrument, or are in a performance or theory class. It goes through all of the Planets, and asks questions based on their listening.
About this productI LOVE using Amazon Alexa in my classroom and was thrilled when I found a bunch of Christmas and Holiday skills and activities! Spread Christmas cheer, listen to music and sounds, learn more about holidays such as Christmas & Hanukkah, Ask Alexa facts about reindeer, and even t
The Amazon Echo Dot is a fantastic piece of technology to use in the classroom, my students absolutely love ours! I created these to be done during the Daily Five at the Word Work station; the students practice writing the sight words and can then ask Alexa how to spell the picture (CVC) word. It al
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K - 2nd
Statue of Liberty This product includes a read-only PowerPoint presentation about the Statue of Liberty. The slide show is full of information, facts and photographs from the construction of the statue to the restoration! ** When you download and open the PowerPoint a window will pop-up asking for

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