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Is this your first use of FizziQ Junior? Here are some resources that will help you prepare your lesson and do your first investigation sessions with your students.

Application Guide 

FizziQ Junior is extremely intuitive for students, but to help you find your way around, we have prepared with La Fondation la main à la pâte an application guide that will explain everything to you. Let yourself be guided step by step!


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Getting started by students

To help students get to grips with the application, we recommend doing a first getting started session, which will last about 45 minutes. The course of this session can be found in the attached PDF. 

To facilitate this session we have also prepared a slide show that will guide the students through the entire learning sequence.

An activity on colors

In the FizziQ team, we love colors, so we have prepared a very motivating activity for cycle 3 students on this theme. With this activity, students will see all the colors!

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An activity on sound

With its synthesizer, the sound library and of course the measurement of sound level, frequency or note recognition, FizziQ Junior offers all the tools to study sounds in cycle 3. Hands-on offers two activities on the sound: the first allows students to understand what noise is and what the risks are associated with excessively loud sounds. The second proposes to the student to establish a sound level scale that he can test in his daily life.

An activity on measurements

Using the camera, students will reflect on what is a measurement, what is a ruler, a unit and how we can use the FizziQ measuring instrument to measure an object, or an animal such as an ant. A challenge impossible to meet with the usual measuring instruments!

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