This self-paced activity lets students explore the parts of the human eye. It is aligned to the CT grade 5 science curriculum.
- Drag labels to identify parts of the eye
- Assess their ability to identify parts of the eye
- Assess their ability to identify the function of parts of the eye
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Thinking of using Adobe Voice in you classroom? Here are some essential resources to get started. Adobe Education Exchange provides an online workshop that walks you through the process of installing the App, making your first story, and then sharing that story with others. You will need to sign-up for a free Adobe account if you don’t already have one.
This ten minute overview video is probably the fastest route to get acquainted with Voice.