Monday, December 17, 2012

MeCorder Giveaway


Over the summer I was contacted by Learning Resources to review some of their items.  I decided to try out their MeCorder and I am loving it in my classroom!  (and so are my kids!!)

The Mecorder is easy to use and fun!  Two things that are essential in a K classroom!

All you have to do is charge it with your computer and you are ready to go!

My kids LOVED it! Surprised?  Of course not!  They can use it as a mini-video recorder.  Use it for

fluency, to increase engagement with routine activities like progress monitoring!

Another idea is to use it to record directions for stations.  Kids get to the station and press play to listen

to the directions for the activity.   The possibilities are endless!

Learning Resources was kind enough to offer one for a giveaway!!
Giveaway begins today and ends Thursday the 20th.  Enter to win!



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30 comments:

  1. I would use it to record instructions for centers!

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  2. This look like a great instructional tool....I hope I win !

    Lindsey - lmburto@gmail.com

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  3. I would use it for reading fluency :)

    Lindsey - lmburto@gmail.com

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  4. I would use it for practicing reading our writing from writer's workshop time.

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  5. I would use it to practice fluency.

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  6. I teach Deaf/hard of Hearing students. This would be IDEAL for them! I could record their spelling words, vocabulary, the current literature story... the list goes on and on. CD players don't work for us... but this would!

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  7. I would use it for storytelling.

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  8. It would be great to record directions for work stations; maybe I wouldn't be interrupted as often during reading groups!

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  9. I would love this. I would use it to help students to learn to follow oral directions.

    œKaryn
    A is for Apple B is for Blog
    Kideducator@comcast.net

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  10. I love their stuff!! I would use it for lots of stuff....reading fluency, instructions, retelling, story sequencing...etc.

    ~Jen
    Jen's Kinder Kids
    jenskinderkids@yahoo.com

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  11. I love this!! I would use it for reading fluency and at reading centers!
    bl3982@yahoo.com

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  12. What a great little device! It's perfect for reading fluency!
    gobstoppersrock@gmail.com

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  13. Wow! What a great resource. I would use it for so many things in my classroom. Reading, directions, listening to children reading. I love your website. Thanks for the chance to win!
    Bobbi
    bobbikmettler75@gmail.com

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  15. This is a great resource. I would have my kids record their reading so they can listen to themselves read.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  16. I would have my little guy record himself reading, so he could listen to himself.

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  17. How fun! My kiddos would love it!

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  18. I'd love to use it for homeschooling!!:)
    j-pennington@live.com
    Jamie

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  19. I can see my kids enjoying it also!:)
    Jamie
    j-pennington@live.com

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  20. I would use this for running records and so the children can hear what they sound like when they read.

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  21. I have been looking for something like this - FLUENCY practice!!!
    Julene Hoffman
    jhoffman143@yahoo.com

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  22. I have been using an old tape recorder! Technology rocks!
    Julene Hoffman
    jhoffman143@yahoo.com

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  23. This would be so great for progress monitoring, self monitoring, or giving to those little kiddos that can't quite sit during my quiet reading time. They seem more motivated to do well when they use my voice recorders. This would be great to keep 'em on task.

    Brenda
    You Might Be a First Grader...

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  24. Those look great! Would definitely reduce small group interruptions.

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  25. Love the idea. I would use for center activities, reading fluency...

    Rhonda
    Classroom Fun

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  26. During Read to Self for my kiddos with less stamina...
    growingfirsties@gmail.com

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  27. I would use it in my small group interventions to allow the students to record themselves retelling a story or reading for fluency. What fun!

    Andrea
    Reading Toward the Stars
    readerstars@gmail.com

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