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  1. Communicator (Widgit)

    Bird or Insect

    With this Clicker Communicator set, students categorize birds and insects into groups. Using the first grid, they can name the group in response to a picture prompt or a question such as “What is a butterfly?” With the second grid, they can respond to requests such as “Give me an example of a bird.” The pictures can be changed to show different insects and birds.

    Search for animals on LearningGrids for related Clicker and Clicker App sets. Also see the Clicker Communicator set “Birds”.

    For all ages
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: November 16, 2016
  2. Communicator (PCS)

    Bird or Insect

    With this Clicker Communicator set, students categorize birds and insects into groups. Using the first grid, they can name the group in response to a picture prompt or a question such as “What is a butterfly?” With the second grid, they can respond to requests such as “Give me an example of a bird.” The pictures can be changed to show different insects and birds.

    Search for animals on LearningGrids for related Clicker and Clicker App sets. Also see the Clicker Communicator set “Birds”.

    For all ages
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: November 16, 2016
  3. Communicator (SymbolStix)

    Bird or Insect

    With this Clicker Communicator set, students categorize birds and insects into groups. Using the first grid, they can name the group in response to a picture prompt or a question such as “What is a butterfly?” With the second grid, they can respond to requests such as “Give me an example of a bird.” The pictures can be changed to show different insects and birds.

    Search for animals on LearningGrids for related Clicker and Clicker App sets. Also see the Clicker Communicator set “Birds”.

    For all ages
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: November 16, 2016
  4. Custom Set

    Living and Non-Living Things - Sorting

    This is a Custom Set for sorting pictures of objects according to whether or not they are alive or have never been alive. Students can decide which objects belong in each group by using their knowledge of the characteristics that are shared by all living things (i.e. life processes such as move, eat, breathe, and grow).

    On the activity pages, click on the empty cells and choose the object which is or is not a living thing. On the first pages, students sort the objects in pairs so that they focus on just two pictures at a time. On the final page, they sort all twenty objects into the two categories.

    Search for living things on LearningGrids for other Clicker resources on this topic.

    For ages 6 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: October 5, 2016
  5. Custom Set

    Farm Animal Yes or No - Sorting

    This is a Custom Set for sorting pictures of farm-based objects according to whether or not they are an animal (living thing) or not an animal (non-living thing). Children can decide which objects belong in each group by using their knowledge of the characteristics that are shared by all living things (i.e. life processes such as move, eat, breathe, and grow).

    On the activity pages, click on the empty cells and choose the object which is or is not an animal. On the first pages, children sort the objects in pairs so that they focus on just two pictures at a time. On the final page, they sort all sixteen objects into the two categories.

    Search for living things or farm on LearningGrids for other Clicker resources on this topic.

    For ages 5 to 6
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: October 5, 2016
  6. Custom Set

    Food from Plants or Animals - Sorting

    In this Custom Set, students show their understanding of where food comes from, by sorting pictures of food and drinks according to their source. They decide which items belong in each group by using their knowledge of whether they have come from a plant or an animal.

    On the activity pages, click on the empty cells and choose the item which comes from an animal and the one that comes from a plant. On the first pages, students sort the objects in pairs so that they focus on just two pictures at a time. On the final page, they sort all sixteen objects into the two categories.

    For a more advanced sorting activity on this topic, where children complete a Venn diagram to show whether a range of food and drinks are sourced from plants or animals – or both, see the Clicker Board Set "Food Source – Plant or Animal". Search for food or plants on LearningGrids for other Clicker resources on this topic.

    For ages 6 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: October 5, 2016
  7. Custom Set

    Food and Parts of Plants - Make the Link

    This Custom Set is a picture association activity designed to develop an understanding that food can come from different parts of a plant. In the activity, students link pictures of plant food items to the parts of plants from which they come – leaves, fruits, seeds, roots, or stems. Their choices are summarized on the final page, enabling you to assess performance.

    On each page, click on the empty cell to open a pop-up, and choose from the five plant parts to match the food item, according to part of a plant from which it comes.

    Students can read and learn about parts of plants used for food in the Custom Set "Parts of Plants We Eat". For other Clicker resources on this topic, search for food plants on LearningGrids. For other sets on related topics, search for food or plants.

    For ages 7 to 9
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: October 5, 2016
  8. Custom Set

    Water a Plant

    In this Custom Set, students show their understanding of how plants need water to grow and stay healthy.

    On the first page, sequence pictures of a plant into the correct order – the wilted plant, watering the plant, and the revived plant. Then record an explanation of what is happening to the plant. Students can use a word bank to write in general terms about plants and water.

    To write an investigation about plant growth, see the set "Plant Investigation". For other Clicker resources on the topic, search for plants on LearningGrids.

    For ages 6 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: October 5, 2016
  9. Clicker Book

    Alive, Once Living, Never Alive - Make a Book

    In this Clicker Book, students illustrate text to show their understanding of things that are living, things that are no longer living, and things that have never been alive. On each page they take photos or paint pictures of chosen living, once living, or never alive things to match a sentence such as "These things are alive". They can also choose from a picture bank.

    To create the book, go to Edit View. On each page, click/tap on the picture boxes and choose the options from the toolbar. To record, click/tap on the sound button and then on the record tool on the toolbar.

    Students can read a book about living and non-living things using the set "Alive, Once Living, Never Alive – Read a Book". Search for living things on LearningGrids for other Clicker resources on this topic.

    For ages 6 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: October 5, 2016
  10. Clicker Book

    Alive, Once Living, Never Alive - Read a Book

    In this Clicker Book, students read about things that are alive, no longer alive, or have never been alive.

    On each page, they read about how things around us are classified as living, once living (or came from something that was once living), or never alive. They are presented with the criteria that defines each group and some examples of things that belong to each group.

    Students can make their own book about living and non-living things using the set "Alive, Once Living, Never Alive – Make a Book". Search for living things on LearningGrids for other Clicker resources on this topic.

    For ages 6 to 7
    Author: Crick Software
    Date: October 5, 2016
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