I’ve shared some of the reasons I love Drawp for School and this includes how easily it can be incorporated across the subject areas. Social studies teachers love using Drawp as a way to inspire students to create multimedia bundles. Not only do Drawp creations help students build an understanding of particular subjects and concepts, it’s a great opportunity for having them show what they know.
Social Studies Lessons
Here are a few ways to use Drawp in the social studies classroom:
- Teachers can ask students to explain a historical event with a collage of photos, drawings, voice recordings and text using Drawp
- Students can draw a portrait of a historical figure and attach a voice recording of a quote by the person
- Kids can collaborate on projects about history using Drawp and teachers can see the flow of work between the group
- Students can draw timelines and include photos, drawings, labels and voice recordings
Learn about Drawp on their website or gather extra ideas for social studies lessons by checking out this post!
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