Projector and Stations Using Devices

If you are thinking of adding a projector to your gym, check this out from Kevin Tiller: 

We, also, have a post on setting up a DIY rear projection screen in your gym here: 

Note: Be sure to use "Backward Design" when planning lessons.  Determine the Standard/GLO that is your target before you determine how you will meet that target!  Hopefully, some of the offerings below will benefit your students in reaching their learning goals AND provide a ton of enjoyment, too!


Note: All work generously shared here is for educational use only.   Permission is granted to edit and use these presentations in your classroom or for professional development only. 

It is expressly forbidden to use the files contained here to create works to offer for sale.  


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We hope this page is organized in a way that makes it more efficient for you to find what you need.  Remember, if we can be of any help we feel free to contact us!

And, PLEASE be sure to make your own copy of the resources as explained at the top of the page.  Thank you to ALL who have freely shared!

Click the links in the "How to Use" column for detailed directions on using a particular resource, including additional files that "go with" that resource. 
Webpage Projector Activities

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All files listed  here can be
found in the Thumbnail List below.
All files can be viewed below, however I've added folders at the top to group the available resources by topic in hopes that it is helpful in locating what you need.
Click on any file below to view full file.  Go to "File", then "Make a Copy" for your own editable copy.

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Click the folder to access all of the files in your Drive.

Note: It is our hope that the files shared below inspire you to edit and add to them to meet YOUR students' needs.  Some options may just be a "jumping off point", with deeper learning to come.  Please take the time to analyze and determine how a resource addresses the "why" you are targeting or how it can lead to addressing that "why". 

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