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Interactive Whiteboard

The children enjoyed using the interactive whiteboard this morning to mark make. The challenge was to write their name, cvc words or a sentence. The children understand that they needed to take turns as its only one person at a time using the board. Whilst the children waited patiently the children were busy writing their words on the hemisphere lined paper.

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Some super letter formation was going on, the children really enjoy using this tool to mark make.

What would you write on the interactive whiteboard?

Sequencing Nursery Rhymes

This week in the transition room the children have been using the interactive whiteboard to help Miss Lipyeat sequence different pictures from Nursery Rhymes after she got them in a bit of a muddle! The children sang the different nursery rhymes first and then took it in turns to work together choosing the right pictures to put in order. The children used their finger on the board to move and swap the pictures into the right place.  They did very well and were able to sequence Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, Little Miss Muffett, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and Little Bo Peep.

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Interactive Whiteboard learning

This afternoon a small group of children and Mrs Short learnt how to write, draw, erase and use different tools on the interactive whiteboard to mark make. The whiteboard is a great tool for the children. The board can be moved to the children’s height so they can interact with all the appropriate buttons to use. Delight was apparent as they used the board. They could use the whiteboard pens to write or use their own finger. Both were tested out along with various colours and patterns that we found.

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imageimage We drew shapes, wrote our names and experimented with different colours and patterns. The rubber also proved to be popular!

What would you create on a whiteboard?