Interactive Literacy Learning with Numbers

Throughout the year my Kindergarten and First Grade English as a Second Language Learners engage in practicing Literacy skills with interactive Numbers tables. I have created interactive literacy tables in Numbers that are differentiated and incorporate the use of multiple language domains using Numbers' tools and features. These tables prompt students to move around their learning environment with an iPad to search for letters, words, sentences or CVC pictures. Sometimes we add a little more fun to this activity by putting on our "Headbands" with attached cards (See attached photo) to play "Who Has...". Each Numbers table challenges students to take a photo, create an audio recording, and/or write with the drawing tool. "Find it, Capture it, Read it, Write it". I was excited to see that after some whole group guiding and modeling practice with the Numbers App my early language learners can now easily navigate and confidently use its tools and features. I look forward to using this activity for continual practice and engagement in learning literacy and language skills!

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Posted on January 15, 2024

Super fun learning activity Katie! And I love the headbands. So important to get learners active!

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