Integration Doc: Flipgrid in PreK-2 (Ages 3-7) Science 👩‍🔬👨‍🔬

PreK-2 Science

What is Flipgrid? 💭

Flipgrid is the leading video discussion platform for millions of PreK to PhD educators, students, and families around the world. Flipgrid promotes fun and social learning by giving every student an equal and amplified voice on the Topics you define!

 

Flipgrid Basics 💻📱🖥

When you set up your account, you’ll first create a Grid for your learning community. Grids are the canvas you will use to post discussion Topics, to which your students will post short video Responses. That’s how they share their voice! Students can then view and Reply to each other’s Responses, infusing your class with a dose of social and emotional learning! Flipgrid is available on the web or via our Windows 10, iOS, or Android apps.

If you’re just getting started, we recommend checking out the Flipgrid Educator Innovation Station. It’s filled with everything you need to become a Flipgrid pro!

 

Flipgrid in PreK-2 Science 🧪🧬

One of the major goals of a science class is to help students communicate effectively while developing a mindset of inquiry and investigation. Flipgrid is designed to give students a fun and creative avenue to develop voice and provide educators with a simple way to integrate it in their classroom. Moreover, Flipgrid allows all students to share their thoughts regardless of reading or writing skill level! Here are just a few ways that Flipgrid can ignite engagement and capture your students’ learning process:

⭐️ Plan and conduct investigations
⭐️ Analyze data
⭐️ Use observation to describe patterns in plants and animals
⭐️ Analyze weather conditions
⭐️ Observe and report patterns of the sun, moon, and stars
⭐️ Classify different kinds of materials based on their properties

Once you’re ready to create your first discussion Topic, you can dive right in from your Educator Admin or head to the Disco Library for inspiration. Here is a sampling of PreK-2 Science Topics currently available in the Disco Library, all created by your peers and ready to be used with your learners!

🚀 Disco Library: PreK - Kindergarten

Solids, Liquids, and Gasses by Brittany King: A Topic for assessing prior knowledge about solids, liquids, and gasses.

My Pet Rock by Krynica Drake: A Topic to close out a lesson on habitats and physical features.

Hibernation by Brittany King: A Topic having students explain what they know about hibernation.

🚀 Disco Library: 1st Grade

Very Hungry Caterpillar - Stages by Jornea Erwin: A Topic discussing a caterpillar’s life cycle.

Who Would Win: Polar Bear v. Grizzly Bear by Christin Becker: A Topic predicting which bear would win a battle and why.

Autumn by Amanda Bley: A Topic for discussing the season of autumn.

🚀 Disco Library: 2nd Grade

States of Matter by Paula Ott: A Topic where students tell and describe states of matter.

Animal Adaptations by Mandy Alderman: A Topic for making text to text, text to self, and text to world connections.

Liquid - Matter by Joanna Barney: A Topic asking students to find liquids around their homes.

 

Consider this: ISTE Standards for Students 💡

Innovative Designer 4 - Students use a variety of technologies within a design process to identify and solve problems by creating new, useful, or imaginative solutions. 4A: Students know and use a deliberate design process for generating ideas, testing theories, creating innovative artifacts, or solving authentic problems.

Creative Communicator 6 - Students communicate clearly and express themselves creatively for a variety of purposes using the platforms, tools, styles, formats and digital media appropriate to their goals. 6C: Students communicate complex ideas clearly and effectively by creating or using a variety of digital objects such as visualizations, models, or simulations.

 

Want even more!? 🤓

💥Connect your students with their peers around the world through #GridPals!

💥Join the #FlipgridFever educator community on Twitter and Facebook! Follow educators like Christine Tran, Chris Guardino, Penny Reece-Wrigley , and Cheramie Hawkins for tons of mic-drop Flipgrid ideas.

💥While you’re at it, say hi to Flipgrid Education Innovation Leads Jornea Erwin, Jess Boyce, and Ann Kozma. Jornea, Jess, and Ann are always here to support you!

💥Bookmark our monthly newsletter for the latest happenings and check out our Educator Innovation Station for classroom integration ideas.

💥Explore the Help Center for answers to most common questions.

💥Become a Level One Flipgrid Certified Educator.

There is no limit to the ways you can use Flipgrid with younger learners. Dive in and help your students define their voice, share their voice, and respect the diverse voice of their peers. We are here to support you as you engage and amplify!

💚 Team Flipgrid in Minneapolis, MN

Integration Doc: Flipgrid in Grades 3-5 (Ages 8-10) Science 👩‍🔬👨‍🔬

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What is Flipgrid? 💭

Flipgrid is the leading video discussion platform for millions of PreK to PhD educators, students, and families around the world. Flipgrid promotes fun and social learning by giving every student an equal and amplified voice on the Topics you define!

 

Flipgrid Basics 💻📱🖥

When you set up your account, you’ll first create a Grid for your learning community. Grids are the canvas you will use to post discussion Topics, to which your students will post short video Responses. That’s how they share their voice! Students can then view and Reply to each other’s Responses, infusing your class with a dose of social and emotional learning! Flipgrid is available on the web or via our Windows 10, iOS, or Android apps.

If you’re just getting started, we recommend checking out the Flipgrid Educator Innovation Station. It’s filled with everything you need to become a Flipgrid pro!

 

Flipgrid in Grades 3 - 5 Science 🧪🧬

One of the major goals of a science class is to help students communicate effectively while fostering an environment of inquiry and investigation. Flipgrid is designed to give students a fun and creative avenue to develop voice and provide educators with a simple way to integrate it in their classroom. Moreover, Flipgrid allows all students to share their thoughts regardless of reading or writing skill level! Here are just a few ways that Flipgrid can ignite engagement and capture your students’ learning process:

⭐️ Exploring the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces
⭐️ Measuring and graphing the changes that occur when heating or cooling substances
⭐️ Making observations and measurements based on materials’ properties
⭐️ Modeling the ways that energy is transferred
⭐️ Representing data in graphical displays
⭐️ Describing climates in different regions of the world

Once you’re ready to create your first discussion Topic, you can dive right in from your Educator Admin or head to the Disco Library for inspiration. Here is a sampling of Grades 3 -5 Science Topics currently available in the Disco Library, all created by your peers and ready to be used with your learners!

🚀 Disco Library: 3rd Grade

Matter - Fliphunt by Joanna Barney: A #Fliphunt Topic that promotes students exploring as they find examples of matter around them.

Endangered Species by Samantha Kosakowski: A Topic to be used in discussion around habitats.

Moon Phases by John Hartmann: A Topic discussing characteristics of current moon phases.

🚀 Disco Library: 4th Grade

The Water Cycle by Kelsey Parrasch: A Topic to assess how well students understand the water cycle.

Forms of Energy by Erin Kettler: A Topic for students to share their learning about types of energy.

Electricity by Laurena Mott: A Topic to help students use appropriate vocabulary when discussing electricity.

🚀 Disco Library: 5th Grade

On the Hunt for Mixtures by Jessica Rahn : A Topic for extending learning about what makes up a solution.

Astronaut Challenges by Jornea Erwin: A Topic to discuss the necessary traits to become an astronaut.

Food Chains by Amanda Austin: A Topic creating a food chain surrounding specific animals.

 

Consider this: ISTE Standards for Students 💡

Innovative Designer 4 - Students use a variety of technologies within a design process to identify and solve problems by creating new, useful, or imaginative solutions. 4A: Students know and use a deliberate design process for generating ideas, testing theories, creating innovative artifacts, or solving authentic problems.

Creative Communicator 6 - Students communicate clearly and express themselves creatively for a variety of purposes using the platforms, tools, styles, formats and digital media appropriate to their goals. 6C: Students communicate complex ideas clearly and effectively by creating or using a variety of digital objects such as visualizations, models, or simulations.

 

Want even more!? 🤓

💥Connect your students with their peers around the world through #GridPals!

💥Join the #FlipgridFever educator community on Twitter and Facebook! Follow educators like Amy Hoff, Kathrina Mendez, Destiny Huggins, and Sean Forde for tons of mic-drop Flipgrid ideas.

💥While you’re at it, say hi to Flipgrid Education Innovation Leads Jornea Erwin, Jess Boyce, and Ann Kozma. Jornea, Jess, and Ann are always here to support you!

💥Bookmark our monthly newsletter for the latest happenings and check out our Educator Innovation Station for classroom integration ideas.

💥Explore the Help Center for answers to most common questions.

💥Become a Level One Flipgrid Certified Educator.

There is no limit to the ways you can use Flipgrid with younger learners. Dive in and help your students define their voice, share their voice, and respect the diverse voice of their peers. We are here to support you as you engage and amplify!

💚 Team Flipgrid in Minneapolis, MN

Integration Doc: Flipgrid in Grades 3-5 (Ages 8-10) Social Studies 🌍

3-5 Social Studies

What is Flipgrid? 💭

Flipgrid is the leading video discussion platform for millions of PreK to PhD educators, students, and families around the world. Flipgrid promotes fun and social learning by giving every student an equal and amplified voice on the Topics you define!

 

Flipgrid Basics 💻📱🖥

When you set up your account, you’ll first create a Grid for your learning community. Grids are the canvas you will use to post discussion Topics, to which your students will post short video Responses. That’s how they share their voice! Students can then view and Reply to each other’s Responses, infusing your class with a dose of social and emotional learning! Flipgrid is available on the web or via our Windows 10, iOS, or Android apps.

If you’re just getting started, we recommend checking out the Flipgrid Educator Innovation Station. It’s filled with everything you need to become a Flipgrid pro!

 

Flipgrid in Grades 3 - 5 Social Studies ✈🌍

One of the major goals in Social Studies classes is to help students communicate effectively. Unfortunately, many educators have trouble finding ways to incorporate this types of instruction into their lessons. Flipgrid is designed to do just that — give students a fun and creative avenue to develop voice and provide educators with a simple way to integrate it in their classroom. Here are just a few ways that Flipgrid can ignite engagement and capture your students’ learning process:

⭐️ Demonstrate knowledge of state history
⭐️ Discover world cultures
⭐️ Explain living and working together as communities and families
⭐️ Research the beginning of human society
⭐️ Discuss early civilizations
⭐️ Explain historical figures’ impact

Once you’re ready to create your first discussion Topic, you can dive right in from your Educator Admin or head to the Disco Library for inspiration. Here is a sampling of Grades 3 - 5 Social Studies Topics currently available in the Disco Library, all created by your peers and ready to be used with your learners!

🚀 Disco Library: 3rd Grade

What is Freedom? by Bekah Dhaene: A Topic where students explain what freedom means to them.

Countries Around the World by Jane Hudson: A Topic where students share interesting facts they’ve learned about a different country.

Healthy Communities by Amanda Doll: A Topic where students describe what they see in the picture as it may relate to being a part of a healthy community.

🚀 Disco Library: 4th Grade

Thank a Veteran by Kristin Merrill: A Topic allowing students to thank a veteran and explain how their service will help them to be the best versions of themselves.

Have you Immigrated Before? by Matt McDonnell: A Topic where students can share their experiences with immigration.

Bill of Rights by Mandy Mayes: A Topic where students discuss rights and decide which is most important to them.

🚀 Disco Library: 5th Grade

Civil War by Matthew McGown: A Topic for activating prior knowledge about the US Civil War and underground railroad.

Native American Stories by Gail Ramirez: A Topic allowing students to share what they’ve learned about histories, cultures, and contributions of different tribes.

European Settlements by Kirstie Thiessen: A Topic where students summarize how European countries began to build settlements in the lands they claimed.

 

Consider this: ISTE Standards for Students 💡

Knowledge Constructor 3 - Students critically curate a variety of resources using digital tools to construct knowledge, produce creative artifacts and make meaningful learning experiences for themselves and others. 3D: Students build knowledge by actively exploring real-world issues and problems, developing ideas and theories and pursuing answers and solutions.

Global Collaborator 7 - Students use digital tools to broaden their perspectives and enrich their learning by collaborating with others and working effectively in teams locally and globally. 7A: Students use digital tools to connect with learners from a variety of backgrounds and cultures, engaging with them in ways that broaden mutual understanding and learning.

 

Want even more!? 🤓

💥Connect your students with their peers around the world through #GridPals!

💥Join the #FlipgridFever educator community on Twitter and Facebook! Follow educators like Kristin Merrill, Adrienne Hunter, Kelsey Parrasch, and Bill Farrauto for tons of mic-drop Flipgrid ideas.

💥While you’re at it, say hi to Flipgrid Education Innovation Leads Jornea Erwin, Jess Boyce, and Ann Kozma. Jornea, Jess, and Ann are always here to support you!

💥Bookmark our monthly newsletter for the latest happenings and check out our Educator Innovation Station for classroom integration ideas.

💥Explore the Help Center for answers to most common questions.

💥Become a Level One Flipgrid Certified Educator.

There is no limit to the ways you can use Flipgrid with younger learners. Dive in and help your students define their voice, share their voice, and respect the diverse voice of their peers. We are here to support you as you engage and amplify!

💚 Team Flipgrid in Minneapolis, MN

Integration Doc: Flipgrid in PreK-2 (Ages 3-7) Social Studies 🌍

PreK-2 SocialStudies

What is Flipgrid? 💭

Flipgrid is the leading video discussion platform for millions of PreK to PhD educators, students, and families around the world. Flipgrid promotes fun and social learning by giving every student an equal and amplified voice on the Topics you define!

 

Flipgrid Basics 💻📱🖥

When you set up your account, you’ll first create a Grid for your learning community. Grids are the canvas you will use to post discussion Topics, to which your students will post short video Responses. That’s how they share their voice! Students can then view and Reply to each other’s Responses, infusing your class with a dose of social and emotional learning! Flipgrid is available on the web or via our Windows 10, iOS, or Android apps.

If you’re just getting started, we recommend checking out the Flipgrid Educator Innovation Station. It’s filled with everything you need to become a Flipgrid pro!

 

Flipgrid in PreK-2 Social Studies 🌍✈

Flipgrid helps younger learners develop their voice and communicate with others while kickstarting a habit of reflection. Moreover, Flipgrid allows all students to share their thoughts regardless of reading or writing skill level! Some goals for Social Studies in early elementary include living and working together in communities, the history of cultures around the world, how things change over time, and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Here are just a few ways that Flipgrid can ignite engagement and capture your students’ learning process:

⭐️ Highlight key people and events
⭐️ Compare and contrast past, present, and future
⭐️ Demonstrate rights and responsibilities of citizenship
⭐️ Explain symbols, icons, and traditions
⭐️ Discuss the importance of individual action and character
⭐️ Explain historical figures’ impact

Once you’re ready to create your first discussion Topic, you can dive right in from your Educator Admin or head to the Disco Library for inspiration. Here is a sampling of PreK-2 Social Studies Topics currently available in the Disco Library, all created by your peers and ready to be used with your learners!

🚀 Disco Library: PreK - Kindergarten

American Symbols by Laina Rivers: Students explain what they know about their favorite American symbol.

Favorite President by Rocio Church: A Topic where students use reasoning to explain who is their favorite president.

Supporting Veterans and Military by Jornea Erwin: A Topic where students explore and share their knowledge about active military personnel or veterans.

🚀 Disco Library: 1st Grade

I Have a Dream by Sara Malchow: A Topic that allows students to share something they can do to make the world a better place.

Goods and Services by Jornea Erwin: A Topic that asks students to create an imaginary good or service and describe how it will help consumers.

Time Travel by Emilia Miller: A Topic that challenges students to pick an important figure from history and travel back in time to meet them.

🚀 Disco Library: 2nd Grade

Virtual Wax Museum by Tamara Letter: A Topic for students to bring historical figures to life.

Community Helpers by Jamie Spikerman: A Topic that allows students to explain jobs to their community.

Who is Your Hero? by Dushanca Fowls: A Topic where students share about a personal hero.

 

Consider this: ISTE Standards for Students 💡

Knowledge Constructor 3 - Students critically curate a variety of resources using digital tools to construct knowledge, produce creative artifacts and make meaningful learning experiences for themselves and others. 3D: Students build knowledge by actively exploring real-world issues and problems, developing ideas and theories and pursuing answers and solutions.

Global Collaborator 7 - Students use digital tools to broaden their perspectives and enrich their learning by collaborating with others and working effectively in teams locally and globally. 7A: Students use digital tools to connect with learners from a variety of backgrounds and cultures, engaging with them in ways that broaden mutual understanding and learning.

 

Want even more!? 🤓

💥Connect your students with their peers around the world through #GridPals!

💥Join the #FlipgridFever educator community on Twitter and Facebook! Follow educators like Joe Merrill, Eric Garcia, Michael Hughes, and Bonnie McClelland for tons of mic-drop Flipgrid ideas.

💥While you’re at it, say hi to Flipgrid Education Innovation Leads Jornea Erwin, Jess Boyce, and Ann Kozma. Jornea, Jess, and Ann are always here to support you!

💥Bookmark our monthly newsletter for the latest happenings and check out our Educator Innovation Station for classroom integration ideas.

💥Explore the Help Center for answers to most common questions.

💥Become a Level One Flipgrid Certified Educator.

There is no limit to the ways you can use Flipgrid with younger learners. Dive in and help your students define their voice, share their voice, and respect the diverse voice of their peers. We are here to support you as you engage and amplify!

💚 Team Flipgrid in Minneapolis, MN

Integration Doc: Flipgrid in Grades 3-5 (Ages 8-10) Reading and Writing 📖📝

3-5 Reading And Writing

What is Flipgrid? 💭

Flipgrid is the leading video discussion platform for millions of PreK to PhD educators, students, and families around the world. Flipgrid promotes fun and social learning by giving every student an equal and amplified voice on the Topics you define!

 

Flipgrid Basics 💻📱🖥

When you set up your account, you’ll first create a Grid for your learning community. Grids are the canvas you will use to post discussion Topics, to which your students will post short video Responses. That’s how they share their voice! Students can then view and Reply to each other’s Responses, infusing your class with a dose of social and emotional learning! Flipgrid is available on the web or via our Windows 10, iOS, or Android apps.

If you’re just getting started, we recommend checking out the Flipgrid Educator Innovation Station. It’s filled with everything you need to become a Flipgrid pro!

 

Flipgrid in Grades 3-5 Reading and Writing 📖📝

Flipgrid helps students develop their voice and communicate with others while kickstarting a habit of reflection. Moreover, Flipgrid allows all students to share their thoughts regardless of reading or writing skill level! Some goals for Reading and Writing in upper elementary include reading with accuracy and fluency across genres as well as developing and strengthening writing to produce arguments, claims, informative/explanatory texts, narratives and opinion pieces. Here are just a few ways that Flipgrid can ignite engagement and capture your students’ learning process:

⭐️ Apply phonics and word analysis skills

⭐️ Read text with accuracy and fluency to comprehend literature

⭐️ Compare and contrast details in multiple stories and texts

⭐️ Explain events, procedures, ideas, or concepts across various texts

⭐️ Determine point of view and describe the differences in focus or information provided

⭐️ Write opinion pieces with reasons and explanations

⭐️ Write informative/explanatory texts to share information clearly

⭐️ Write narratives to share real or imagined experiences with descriptive details

⭐️ Strengthen writing by planning, revising, editing, rewriting and trying new approaches

Once you’re ready to create your first discussion Topic, you can dive right in from your Educator Admin or head to the Disco Library for inspiration. Here is a sampling of Grades 3-5 reading and writing Topics currently available in the Disco Library, all created by your peers and ready to be used with your learners!

🚀 Disco Library: 3rd Grade

3rd Grade Book Recommendations  by Heather Marrs: A Topic for readers to share books with others.

How to Write a Personal Narrative for Kids by Bridget Hollingsworth: A Topic to support students with writing introductory paragraphs for personal narratives.

Character Advice by Stacy Farmer: A Topic for sharing advice with literary characters.

🚀 Disco Library: 4th Grade

Opinion Essays by Amanda Allesandro: A Topic for students to share their opinion essays with peers.

4th Grade Narrative Poetry by Heather Negley: A Topic for students to share personal narrative poems.

Irony by Kristin Merrill: A Topic to support students as they study literary elements.

🚀 Disco Library: 5th Grade

Off Stage Characters by Jenny Miltimore: A Topic to share about a character's influence.

Persuasive Writing Introduction by Tim Galles: A Topic for students to share writing and get peer feedback.

Preparing Counterarguments by Jornea Erwin: A Topic to helps students to share counterarguments and ways to address them.

 

Consider this: ISTE Standards for Students 💡

Empowered Learner 1 - Students leverage technology to take an active role in choosing, achieving and demonstrating competency in their learning goals, informed by the learning sciences. 1C Students use technology to seek feedback that informs and improves their practice and to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways.

Knowledge Constructor 3 - Students critically curate a variety of resources using digital tools to construct knowledge, produce creative artifacts and make meaningful learning experiences for themselves and others. 3C Students curate information from digital resources using a variety of tools and methods to create collections of artifacts that demonstrate meaningful connections or conclusions.

Creative Communicator 6 - Students communicate clearly and express themselves creatively for a variety of purposes using the platforms, tools, styles, formats and digital media appropriate to their goals. 6d Students publish and or present content that customizes the message and medium for their intended audiences.

 

Want even more!? 🤓

💥Connect your students with their peers around the world through #GridPals!

💥Join the #FlipgridFever educator community on Twitter and Facebook! Follow educators like Joe Merrill, Eric Garcia, Michael Hughes, and Bonnie McClelland for tons of mic-drop Flipgrid ideas.

💥While you’re at it, say hi to Flipgrid Education Innovation Leads Jornea Erwin, Jess Boyce, and Ann Kozma. Jornea, Jess, and Ann are always here to support you!

💥Bookmark our monthly newsletter for the latest happenings and check out our Educator Innovation Station for classroom integration ideas.

💥Explore the Help Center for answers to most common questions.

💥Become a Level One Flipgrid Certified Educator.

There is no limit to the ways you can use Flipgrid with younger learners. Dive in and help your students define their voice, share their voice, and respect the diverse voice of their peers. We are here to support you as you engage and amplify!

💚 Team Flipgrid in Minneapolis, MN

Integration Doc: Flipgrid in High School (Ages 14-18) Science 👩‍🔬👨‍🔬

9-12 Science

What is Flipgrid? 💭

Flipgrid is the leading video discussion platform for millions of PreK to PhD educators, students, and families around the world. Flipgrid promotes fun and social learning by giving every student an equal and amplified voice on the Topics you define!

 

Flipgrid Basics 💻📱🖥

When you set up your account, you’ll first create a Grid for your learning community. Grids are the canvas you will use to post discussion Topics, to which your students will post short video Responses. That’s how they share their voice! Students can then view and Reply to each other’s Responses, infusing your class with a dose of social and emotional learning! Flipgrid is available on the web or via our Windows 10, iOS, or Android apps.

If you’re just getting started, we recommend checking out the Flipgrid Educator Innovation Station. It’s filled with everything you need to become a Flipgrid pro!

 

Flipgrid in Grades 9-12 Science 👩‍🔬👨‍🔬

In high school, students use scientific evidence, models, and graphical representations to justify thinking and propose solutions as they learn Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy and Physiology, and Environmental Science. Flipgrid provides a fun and social way to engage your students on any of your Science lessons! Here are a few ways Flipgrid can ignite engagement and capture students’ learning process:

⭐️ Propose and defend a hypothesis
⭐️ Communicate information that identify errors occurring during DNA replication
⭐️ Record investigations to explain properties that are vital to homeostasis
⭐️ Develop models of atomic nuclei while making predictions, calculating weight, and explaining how protons and neutrons differ in isotopes
⭐️ Conduct and record experiments over time describing changes within systems
⭐️ Develop arguments based on evidence to explain the effects biological and physical changes have on organisms and ecosystems
⭐️ Research various scientists to communicate how their findings challenged thinking
⭐️ Explain the relationship between structures and functions of systems.
⭐️ Apply and explain Newton’s Laws of Motion in authentic situations.

Once you’re ready to create your first discussion Topic, you can dive right in from your Educator Admin or head to the Disco Library for inspiration. Here is a sampling of high school grades science Topics currently available in the Disco Library, all created by your peers and ready to be used with your learners!

🚀 Disco Library: Biology

DNA Structure by Marc Rocha: A Topic for students to explain the structure of DNA that can be modified to assess prior knowledge, support learning, or extend learning opportunities.

Classification of Biodiversity by Joel Longoria: A Topic for students to explain the importance of international binomial nomenclature.

Animal Definition, Favorite, and Fact by Mrs. Andress: A Topic to explore and explain the definition and characteristics of an animal.

🚀 Disco Library: Chemistry

Chemistry Class Reflection by Mrs. Andress: A Topic to reflect on chemistry concepts.

Fliphunt: An Abundance of Elements by Mrs. Andress: A Topic for students to explore elements through a digital scavenger hunt.

Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions by Michael Harvey: A Topic for students to integrate scientific and academic vocabulary to explain various reactions.

🚀 Disco Library: Physics

Defying Gravity by Donna Schies: A Topic for students to investigate and create a simulation to model how magnetic forces can be used to defy gravity.

Conserving Energy by Jornea Erwin: A Topic that calls students to action using their knowledge about energy to advise school leaders to make informed decisions that will benefit the school.

Renewable Energy Sources by Bennet Kolb: A Topic encouraging students to investigate the current energy sources within their state/community and suggest possible renewable energy sources.

 

Consider this: ISTE Standards for Students 💡

Computational Thinker 5- Students develop and employ strategies for understanding and solving problems in ways that leverage the power of technological methods to develop and test solutions. 5B: Students collect data or identify relevant data sets, use digital tools to analyze them, and represent data in various ways to facilitate problem-solving and decision-making.

Creative Communicator 6 - Students communicate clearly and express themselves creatively for a variety of purposes using the platforms, tools, styles, formats and digital media appropriate to their goals. 6C: Students communicate complex ideas clearly and effectively by creating or using a variety of digital objects such as visualizations, models or simulations.

 

Want even more!? 🤓

💥Join the #FlipgridFever educator community on Twitter and Facebook! Follow educators like Patrick del Rosario, Mark Rocha, and Joelle Lilavois for tons of mic-drop Flipgrid ideas.

💥While you’re at it, say hi to Flipgrid Education Innovation Leads Jornea Erwin, Jess Boyce, and Ann Kozma. Jornea, Jess, and Ann are always here to support you!

💥Bookmark our monthly newsletter for the latest happenings and check out our Educator Innovation Station for classroom integration ideas.

💥Explore the Help Center for answers to most common questions.

💥Connect your students with their peers around the world through #GridPals!

💥Become a Level One Flipgrid Certified Educator.

There is no limit to the ways you can use Flipgrid with younger learners. Dive in and help your students define their voice, share their voice, and respect the diverse voice of their peers. We are here to support you as you engage and amplify!

💚 Team Flipgrid in Minneapolis, MN