Mimio in the Classroom
www.mimio.com

Do you know how to use a whiteboard? 


Can you turn on a computer?  
Then you can use the Mimio in your Classroom.

Attach a Mimio to your whiteboard, connect to a computer and everything you write or draw is electronically captured - in color and real-time - so that it can be instantly saved and shared with students, parents and colleagues anywhere, anytime. Print, email or export class notes to HTML and post to a website.

Connections to the New York State English Language Arts Learning Standards

http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/ela/elastandards/elamap.html

Lessons

Mimio Images

Quick Time Demonstration
(Uses QuickTime Player)

Students completed the following sentences by selecting synonyms and antonyms for selected words.  A follow up activity may be found at the website below.  Students can color the pictures accordingly.

http://pbskids.org/rogers/make_believe/

Synonyms and Antonyms
synonyms.jpg (81089 bytes)  antonyms.jpg (78505 bytes)

Students created their own worksheets in order to practice their contractions.

Go on a scavenger hunt on the web to find contractions in children's literature.

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/rhymes.html

Contractions
contractions.jpg (57879 bytes)

These Venn Diagrams answer sample questions from the fable The Three Fish.

http://www.theglassceiling.com/supermoms2/su14_thr.htm

The Three Fish
Venn Diagrams

threefish1.jpg (74817 bytes)  

These graphic organizers were created during a guided reading activity with the story Lizards for Lunch by Conrad J. Storad.

Lizards for Lunch
Mind Map and Chart

petsweb.jpg (69797 bytes)  petschart.jpg (57156 bytes)