The brainstorm for using Furbles came from reading the post on The Whiteboard Blog.

It is meant as a charting tool for math. However, it also has potential for Q&A in Spanish. The timing of the blog post from the Whiteboard Blog was perfect – with my 6th grade Spanish class we are reviewing colors and numbers. Randomly generating the furbles is great for questioning.

¿Cuántos furbles hay?
¿Cuántos furbles son rojos? Dos furbles son rojos.
¿Cuántos furbles son amarillos? Cinco furbles son amarillos.
¿Cuántos furbles son azules? Tres furbles son azules.

Clicking the back arrow and resetting the data will get new furbles, so additional students can still answer the questions.

About Lisa Butler

Middle school geography teacher, tech trainer, Flocabulary MC, Nearpod PioNear, and Edcamp Hershey Founder. I have embraced the power of purposeful technology and am creative with their application. If I am not doing something with ed or tech, I am probably reading children's books, baking with a toddler sidekick, running around, or dreaming of traveling.
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