Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead and a Happily Ever After!!!


Second Grade students from Mrs. Zecca's class have been reading multiple Fairy Tales with compare and contrast and retelling objectives.  Those students came into the C & I Lab at Concord Elementary and used materials such as play doh, legos, and recycled materials to identify the story elements.  Once that was completed, students used Chatterpix-kids, iMovie, and Show-me to present their final products!  Great Work 2nd Graders!

Students building the setting with legos


Students building the characters in their story using Play-Doh

Ryan and Ellarose made a dragon out of recycled materials.




Rory and Allison Comparing and Contrasting two stories using Show-Me!
Click here to see Rory and Allison's Comparison of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Goldilocks and the Other Three Bears using the Show-Me app on the iPAD.

Ryan, Ellarose, and Josh comparing their stories

Click here to see Ryan, Ellarose and Josh comparing and contrasting The Princess and the Pea and the Paperbag Princess!

McKade comparing Red Riding Hood and Little Red's Secret Sauce
Click here to see McKade comparing and contrasting Red Riding Hood and Little Red's Secret Sauce.



Aaron and Natalia comparing Jack's Tale and Giant's Tale
Click here to see Aaron and Natalia comparing and contrasting Jack's Tale and Giant's Tale.

Cameron is retelling the story Little Red's Secret Sauce.
Click here to see Cameron's Show-Me presentation.

Sophia, Payton and Daniel present their version of Goldilocks

Click here to see their APP SMASHED video which includes: Chatterpix Kids, Green Screen, and iMovie.


Shayne and Tessa presenting to their peers!
Click here to see a retelling of Goldilocks and the 3 Bears.


Vasilli and Robbie presenting The Paper Bag Princess

Click here to see their version of the Paper Bag Princess.





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