Walk Around - Literacy Practice with Numbers

In this multimodal Numbers activity called "Walk Around", students complete an interactive table to practice language and literacy skills. Students first find the beginning part of a sentence and capture it in a photo using the media placeholder in the Numbers table.

Then students find the ending part to their sentence on a different sentence strip posted around the room. Once again, they capture it in a photo using a media placeholder in the table.  

Now students are ready to read their complete sentence in an audio recording to add to the table. Finally students are asked to write, or type, the complete sentence using the drawing tool. (The photos and audio recording act as scaffolding tools so learners of all levels can succeed)


I was inspired to create this digital task from Emily Francis, ML teacher, who completed it with her newcomer High School students using pencil and paper. Download the Numbers template below!


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Posted on May 18, 2024

Wonderful “get up and move while learning” activity. Thanks for adding it to Numbers!

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