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Alphabetizing with the Animal Kingdom . . . Roar . . .

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This is an interactive lesson to practice alphabetizing. With the help of the "animal kingdom", students will "click and drag" the animals to put them into alphabetical order. Students will then check to see if they are correct by
"dragging" the arrow. There is a mimio vote included to practice for state tests. Hope your students enjoy the lesson!

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sniderk Posted by: sniderk

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Great job!

Somehow I missed this lesson and just found it! You took a concept, kept it simple, and made it fun and interactive, while exposing students to different animal names. Great job, and keep up the good work. I know the MimioConnect community benefits from the work of users like yourself and you deserve recognition for it!
I have one very minor suggestion to keep the lesson as effective as possible... keep the size of the vote box as large as it can be so that young students do not struggle reading the size of the text. I've had students complain when my boxes were too small, so I speak from experience!
Claire Pavia
Leader, Make My Lesson Better Group

  • Posted:
    Jul. 12, 2011
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Claire Jones
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