15 Ideas

 

For Reducing Paper In the Classroom

Read from ebooks or LeapPads.


Write stories and essays in Google Apps.


Project morning work, and write your answers on whiteboards.


For close reading, put passages in page protectors to annotate.


Do math with real things.


Use whiteboards for math 

problems.


Use iPad apps that let you write on the screen.


Take spelling tests online on 

Spelling City.


Use iPads to practice math 

concepts.


Read and annotate laminated 

fluency cards.


Use recycled items for art.

Capacity people (customary and metric)



Do science experiments and record results in Google Spreadsheets.


 

Take tests using page protectors, projectors, iPads or responders.

 


Use flashcards or websites to practice math facts.

Communicate with home through the blog, email or Remind 101.