This is why I'm a fan of Gynzy. See how easy you can pull together tools and other interactive elements to create a fun and engaging lesson for your students.
You can try it out here: http://r.gynzy.com/o/16/479bc5ecc68c5c5bdab38b56819f4b34
The individual tool used in this lesson are:
- Snap Cubes: http://r.gynzy.com/3fc27fd0
- Dice (widget): http://r.gynzy.com/9530766f
- Number Turntable: http://r.gynzy.com/391f1373
There is a PDF in there as well that you can print and use as a worksheet. The rest are text, shape and images that are all easy accessable via the toolbar. You can save the lesson in your own folder and share it with your colleagues.
Let me know what you think of this!
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