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Spelling City
Front Row Math Log In
Maths Magician
Division Games - Tutorials
Number Pad Tutorial
AVL
TypingWeb


Week of May 22nd
United States Puzzle
Tismos
Inovative Machine

Week of May 15th
Story Generator
Crossword Puzzle Maker
Computer Term Crossword
Code.org (Explore options for class)
Free Rice for the Hungry
Michael, Michael Go Recycle
Tismos
Hig Pig




Week of May 8th
My Favorite Animals PowerPoint Practice
Oh the Places You'll Go
Pics4Learning


Week of May 1st

Week of April 17th
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle









Week of April 10th
Cyber Surf Islands


Week of April 3rd

Week of March 20th


Week of March 13th
Safety Land - Online Safety


Week of March 6th
Keyboard Covers - Lesson 2
Blogs and Digital Etiquette


Week of February 27th

Media Smarts - Online Safety


Week of February 20th
Bible Verse Lenten Season/MS Word




Week of February 13th
Prayer for Lent



Week of February 6th
Bible Passage Look Up





Week of January 30th



Week of January 23rd
Spelling sentences using Microsoft Word




Week of January 17th
Microsoft Word
Make sentences using your spelling words.



Week of January 9th
Keyboarding
Timed Test
Essay
  1. Describe a day in the life of your pet. If you don't have a pet, invent one and do not forget to give it a name!



Week of January 2nd
Identifying Animal Tracks


Power of Words - Common Sense Media




Week of December 12th
Microsoft Word - Christmas Tree text
Unto you a...

Free Rice
Santa's Advent Calendar
Sugar, Sugar
ABCYa


Week of December 5th
Finish Calendar

Week of November 28th
Random Acts of Kindness Calendar
Microsoft Publisher




Week of November 14th
Mayflower - The First Thanksgiving
Draw a scene from the website using TuxPaint - save it.
Grades 3-5 Mayflower and Thanksgiving


Week of November 7th
Video Introduction
Intro to Microsoft PowerPoint
Library Connect - Save page to Student Common



Week of October 31st
Jack Prelutsky Website

Using keyboarding skills....

Read and select two of your favorite poems from this website.
Why did you like them?
Why would you recommend each poem to others?
Using Microsoft Word write and print a paragraph about the questions.
Print your document using our classroom printer ElmLab
(Your teacher will take a grade on your paper)
Create a header and add your name

Record The Witch by Jack Prelutsky using spooky voices - iPad

Desogn a Cross - TuxPaint




Week of October 24th

Snipping Tool and Images (Free Images vs. stock images)
Save from enlarged thumbnail
Pics4Learning

Native Americans Interactive Website
Free Rice for the Hungry

Interjections - Using commas


ABCYa Halloween
Ghost Hunt

Carve a Pumpkin
Creepy Coloring
Halloween Word Search







Thanksgiving TicTac Toe
Turkey Hunt
Animated Turkey Puzzle
Match Em Up Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Word Search
Thanksgiving Jigsaw Puzzle
Turkey Maze



Week of October 17th
Fall Acorstic - Inserting Header
Technology Rocks - Halloween
Code Monster
Snipping Tool and Images (Free Images vs. stock images)
Save from enlarged thumbnail
Pics4Learning

Week of October 10th
(Block Coding)
ABCYa Halloween
Ghost Hunt

Week of October 3rd
Fall Acrostic - Using Microsoft Word (adding header)

Week of Septemberr 19th
States of Matter
Compound Subject and Verb

Week of September 26th
Letter Generator

Week of September 12th
Complete research/Using search engines
http://www.knowledgeadventure.com/games/magnets/
Rounding Numbers

Week of September 5th
Simple Machines
Singular or Plural
Week of August 29th
Dance Mat Typing
Keyboarding Games
Input and Output
Keywords Video
Using AVL
(Pebble Go)
Using online Graphic Organizer

Week of August 22nd

Week of August 15th
Class Rules
AUP
Log In/Log out
Into to web
Find the Technology
Keyboard Challenge








Week of May 16th


Ben's Guide
Google Classroom - Third Grade


National Geographic - Birds of Prey
AVL
Cyber Safety, Digital Citizenship, Internet Safety
See Lab Information page on [[#|menu]]
Router's Birthday
Bad Kitty Games

Week of May 9th


Week of May 2nd

Week of April 18th
Google Classroom - Animal Research
BrainPOP Video
Michael, Michael, Go Recycle!
Billy Bug Graphing
Mathletics - Graphing
Code Studio


Week of April 4fth
Google Classroom Activity - What I did over spring break.
Rocks Games and Activities SoftSchools
Rocks
Minerals
Rock Types
Volcanoes - Discovery Kids
Code Studio

Week of March 21st
Google Classroom


Week of March 14th

Week of March 7th
PowerPoint

Week of February 29th

Microsoft PowerPoint



Week of February 22nd




Week of February 8th


Course 2

Week of February 1st


Week of January 25th
Keyboarding and Mathletics

Week of January 18th
Snowflake Poem
Tynker Hour of Code


Code Breaking - Primary Games
Secret World of Codes


Week of January 5th




Model adding rows and columns to tables. Page landscape.

[[#|Download]] the coding document and fill in the blank boxes with
the correct letters [[#|to complete]] the codes

Extender:
Add your own verse to code.
Add rows and columns to fit your verse.

  1. Psalm 145:9 – The Lord is good to all.
  2. Colossians 3:20 – Children, obey your parents in all things.
  3. James 1:17 – Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above.
  4. Matthew 28:20 – I am with you always.
  5. Ephesians 4:32 – Be kind to one another.
  6. 1 John 3:23 – Love one another.
  7. Psalm 56:3 – What time I am afraid, I will trust in You.

Week of December 14th
Sugar Sugar
Primary Games
Advent Calendar Games

Week of December 7th


Week of November 30th


Books of Chris Van Allsburg
Watch the Video on his website
Scavenger Hunt - [[#|Fill out]] webquest page
Gingerbread House Multiplication


Week of November 16th
Microsoft Word - Type Winter Poems



Week of November 9th
AVL Research - Nervous System
Word Clouds - I am thankful

Week of November 4th
Skeletal System
http://www.turtlediary.com/kindergarten-games/science-games/body-parts.html

Week of October 19th
Native Americans
Sharkey - Finish Wunpaloons Microsoft Word Activity, [[#|Print]], TuxPaint
Brown - Begin Wumpaloons activity Microsoft Word

Week of October 26th
Circulatory System Games
NeoKids Circulatory System
Halloween
Ghost Hunt


Week of October 5th
Wumpaloons Microsoft Word/TuxPaint Activity


Week of September 28th
Prayer/Microsoft Office

Week of September 14th
Typing
Mathletics
My Favorite Planet
TuxPaint
BrainPOP Jr. Solar System

Week of September 7th
TTL4
Spelling City
TuxPaint
My Favorite Planet
Solar System Stamps
BrainPOP Video
Mathletics



Week of August 24th
Introduction to Firefox
TTL4
Spelling City ([[#|click]] above)
Keyboard Challenge
Math Games
Interactive Map of the United States
TuxPaint

Week of August 17th

Welcome new students!

Mrs. Argo's
Class Rules
Logging in:

Smart Activity:
Parts of the Computer
Technology Games
Cyber [[#|Start]]
TuxPaint - Self Portrait










Week of May 18th
Webonauts
Animals of the World Game
Mouse Paint
Name Typer
Type Racer
Ratatype
Sugar, Sugar
Guess the States
Interactive US Puzzle
Duck Life
Keyboard Challenge
Michael, Michael, Go Recycle!
Kodable
br3u4uz - Class Code
San Diego Zoo
Dino Dig - Become a Paleontologist
Code.org Angry Bird
Code.org Frozen
Code Monkey

Week of May 11th
Outer Space Typing
Typing Test
Guess the States
Interactive US Puzzle
ABCYa Third Grade
Michael, Michael, Go Recycle!
Arbor Day - Plant Trees!

Week of May 4th
Cricket in Times Square Brochure
New York City for Kids

Week of April 27th

Week of April 20th


Week of April 13th
PowerPoint

Week of April 6th
TuxPaint - Choose Rock or Mineral
Research using AVL and Google Jr.
AVL
Google Junior
Indentifying Rocks
Millionaire Game - Rocks and Minerals
Rocks and Minerals Quiz
Geology - Images and Info - Rocks and Minerals

Coding for Kids, Continued

Week of March 23rd

Coding for Kids at left on gray menu - Grades 3-5


Week of March 9th
Go to Coding for Kids on left menu
Click on Studio Code for grades 3-5
Free Rice

Week of March 2nd
Magnetism and Electricity
Kitchen Magnets
Seussville

Week of February 23rd
Hour of Code - Play Lab
Blobz Guide to Energy

Week of February 16th
Simple Machines

Week of February 9th
No Classes after 12

Week of February 2nd
Code Monkey
Code.org Frozen
Code.org Angry Bird

Week of January 26th
[[#|Print out]] TuxPaint
TuxPaint - Solids and Shapes
Play the Coding Game Auditorium
Flappy Birds


Play Lab

Week of January 12th
MLK Seattle Times
I Have a Dream Document
Code.org Frozen
Code.org Angry Bird

Week of January 5th
Write Winter Stories using Microsoft Word
Insert Word Art, Change Font Size and Style, Print
Letter Generator
Code Monkey


Week of December 15th
Christmas Activities - Microsoft Word - Design a Christmas Tree
CODE THE WHITE HOUSE CHRISTMAS TREE

Christmas Coloring
ABCYa Christmas


Advent Calendar Games
Snowy Feast

Week of December 8th
Catholic Schools Week Logo
Free Rice for the Hungry
Advent Calendar Games
ABCYa Christmas Games
Hidden Pictures - It's Snowing!

Week of December 1st
Microsoft Word
Using TuxPaint Tools - Save, Paint, Text, Open
Week of November 17th



Week of November 10th


Week of November 3rd
Word Cloud
Word Cloud - I am Thankful
Free Rice for the Hungry

Week of October 27th
Balloon Pronouns - SoftSchools
Anatomy Arcade
Halloween Word Search
Hidden Pictures - Halloween
Pumpkin Carving
Ghost Hunt
Halloween Coloring

Week of October 13th
Halloween Copy and Paste
Writing Clubhouse
Grammar Gorillas

September 29th
Type to Learn 4

Label the Bones
Canada Map
September 15th
Goal 5
Digital Citizenship?Keyboarding

September

Type to Learn 4
[[#|Microsoft Word]] Lesson
Bold, Resize, Italics, Center, Change Font Style, Size, and Color


Students will…
  • learn and practice correct placement of fingers on the home row.
  • be introduced to typing without looking at the keyboard
  • be introduced to the program Dance Mat Typing
This month we will be learning about being good digital citizens.
  • You will learn the rules and procedures for learning in our tech lab.
  • You will learn how to log in to your own desk top on the computer.
  • You will learn how to keep log in and [[#|password]] information safe.
  • You will learn how to be a good citizen on the internet.


  • recognize the kind of information that is private.
  • to understand that they should never give out private information on the Internet
  • learn to create effective usernames that protect their private information.
  • learn that information they put online leaves a digital footprint or “trail”.
  • explore what information is appropriate to be put online.

Know the Rules:
Internet Safety Tips
There are some very important things that you need to keep in mind when you're on your computer at home or at school.
  • First, remember never to give out personal information such as your name, home address, school name, or telephone number in a chat room or on bulletin boards. Also, never send a picture of yourself to someone you chat with on the computer without your parent's permission.
  • Never write to someone who has made you feel uncomfortable or scared.
  • Do not meet someone or have them visit you without the permission of your parents.
  • Tell your parents right away if you read anything on the Internet that makes you feel uncomfortable.
  • Remember that people online may not be who they say they are. Someone who says that "she" is a "12-year-old girl" could really be an older man
Internet Safety
Staying Safe Online
BrainPOP
Passwords:
http://www.netsmartzkids.org/LearnWithClicky/ThePasswordRap

Keep your Personal Information Private

  • Never give your [[#|password]] to your online friends.
  • The name of your school and sports teams is personal information and should not be shared with your online friends.
  • It is OK to share your username with your online friends but you should never give them your real name.
  • You should not give your email address or phone number to online friends.
  • It is OK to talk about your opinions with an online friend.
  • If someone online makes you feel bad or scared you should log off and tell your mom or dad right away.
  • You should always ask your parents before filling out forms and giving out personal information like your name, address, or telephone number.\



Cyberbullying

Cyberbulling - Learning Lab


Internet Safety Game

http://www.kidscomjr.com/games/safety/safety.html

Online Safety Quiz:

http://www.safekids.com/quiz/index.html








Week of August 25th
Dance Mat Typing
TuxPaint - Self Portrait for Writing Jorunals
Rounding Numbers - Crocodile Math
Place Value

Basic Punctuation
Solar System

Week of August 18th
Log In
Computer Vocabulary Game



Save document
Week of August 11th

Welcome new students!

Mrs. Argo's
Class Rules
Logging in:



Smart Activity:
Parts of the Computer
Technology Games
Cyber Start

Internet Safety
Faux Paw goes to the Games

Router's Birthday Surprise


TECHNOLOGY LAB RULES


1. Wash your hands before entering the lab

2. Come in quietly and sit in your assigned seat

3. Do not touch the computer until your are told to do so

4. Be ready to listen

5. Keep your hands on your own computer

6. Stay in your seat

7. Stay on the assignment given by the teacher

8. Do not play games

9. Do not bring anything into the lab unless the teacher tells you

10. Follow our POP School Rules of Ethics



Come in to the lab quietly and go to your assigned computer. Do not touch other keyboards or mice on the way to your computer. Wait for instructions before you touch anything.

Only visit approved internet sites and only when you have permission to do so.
Do not [[#|download]] anything.
Never give out personal information.
If you see anything uncomfortable, turn off your monitor and let your teacher know immediately. Do not show your friends.

Make sure you leave your workspace as you found it! Exit all of your programs. Put headphones back on the hook. Straighten your keyboard place your mouse in the center of the mouse pad.
Push in your chair.
Collect and throw away any trash on your way out. Take anything you have printed when you leave.
Print only if you have permission! Only press print once!
Use only your assigned computer.
Do not move the icons on the desktop.
Do not change any system settings without permission. Do not edit files that do not belong to you. Help others with your mouth and not their mouse.

Treat your classmates, your teacher and all equipment with respect. Help your neighbors if they need help – with your mouth not their mouse!
Do not talk when the teacher is talking.
Come to the computer lab with clean hands.
No banging your mouse or banging the keys on the keyboard.
No hands on the monitor.
Do not spin in your chair.

Eat and drink not allowed in lab.

Read the screen BEFORE asking questions.




Lights out or hands on your heads means Your Attention Please.
Remove your headphones.
Take your hands off the keyboard and mouse.
Wait for instructions or information.

Ask your immediate neighbors for help before you raise your hand to ask your teacher.
Do not get out of your seat to ask for help.
Do not get out of your seat to help someone else.
If you help someone else do it with your mouth and not their mouse.

Be prepared to learn something new every day in the Computer Lab.



Digital Etiquette - Brain POP
http://lescomputerlab.wikispaces.com/








































Week of May 20th







Week of May 19th
Microsoft Word - Formatting Photos

Week of May 12th
TTL4
Foss Web - Rocks and Minerals
Rocks and Minerals Game


The Learning Zone - Rocks and Minerals

Weebly - Rocks and Minerals Interactive Games


Free Rice - Feed the Hungry and Learn Online

Week of May 5th
Mathletics

Word Cloud Generator (Mother's Day)
My Career

Week of April 28th
Fossils

Week of April 21st

Earth Day Games - Sheppard Software

Michael, Michael, Go Recycle

Recycle Puzzle





Week of April 14th
TTL4
Speed Test
Microsoft Publisher - Make an Easter Card
Kerpoof - The Last Day



Week of March 31st
TTL4

Landform Match Game
FossWeb Landform Jigsaw Puzzle
Smart Activity Beringia Land Bridge

Easter Words - Spelling City

Easter Word Search

Easter Word Unscramble
Free Rice for the Hungry

Week of March 17th
TTL4
Cool Math Games
Build Vulcan

Tour of Birmingham Landmarks
Arlington
Sloss
Vulcan Park



Week of March 10th
TTL4
Complete Acrostic/and Image using snipping tool

Simple Machines - Edheads

Power Proofreading

St. Paddy's Day Coloring
St. Paddy's Day Fun
St. Paddy Puzzles
Lucky Clover Game

Week of March 3rd
TTL4
Complete Acrostic / Draw picture in TuxPaint and use snipping tool to copy and paste your
picture into the acrostic document.


Seussville Games


Week of February 24th

Acrostic Name
(MS Word)
Students create an acrostic name using describing words to highlight what makes them unique.

Network
Access and Save document to/from networked file server

Introduction to file and folder organization on student server;

Name and save a document; Use “save as” appropriately

TuxPaint
Draw picture of yourself and use snipping tool to place in document

Desktop Publishing
Apply formatting skills: change font style, color, and size

Select, insert and delete text

Copy and paste snipped image to document

Format alignment and size of image

Power Proofreading

Treasure Dive Typing

Week of February 17th
Microsoft Word - Using Shapes to make a snowman, and paint bucket to color.
Make a snow picture in TuxPaint and save it. Make sure to put your name on the page.

Week of February 10th
Make a Valentine using Microsoft Publisher
Choose Greeting Card

Week of February 3rd
Focus: PPT

Seasonal Similes
Ex: The snow was as white as milk.

Insert a pic of both snow and milk to the PPT


Week of January 27th

Week of January 20th

TuxPaint The Water Cycle


Grammar Gorillas
Rome and Julius Caesar
Grammar Video and Information


Free Rice for the Hungry


Week of January 13th

Week of January 6th
TTL4 Keyboarding
Ice, Snow, or Frost Poem



Week of December 16th
TTL4 Keyboarding
Christmas Webquest

Advent Calendar and Games

Week of December 9th
TTL4 Keyboarding
Christmas Word Tree

Christmas Webquest

Free Rice for the Hungry
Advent Calendar and Games

Week of December 2nd
Microsoft Word Activity - Wonderful Winter Word Tree
Bad Guy Patrol Complete task and print certificate


Week of November 11th
TTL4

Turkey Hunt
Thanksgiving Word Search

Week of November 4th
TTL4
Free Rice for the Hungry

Week of October 28th
Expository Writing Assignment




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Halloween Jigsaw Puzzles

Week of October 21st
TTL4

Kerpoof
Halloween Coloring

Pumpkin Carving

Ghost Hunt

Week of October 14th
TTL-4
Halloween Jokes - Microsoft Word Activity - Using Color, Word Art, Clip Art
Word Search Generator - Halloween
Kerpoof
Halloween Coloring

Pumpkin Carving

Ghost Hunt

Monster Numbers

Week of October 7th

TTL4 Lessons
Input and Output Devices
Thesaurus activity - Using Microsoft Word
Go to Student Common - Argo - to access your file for this activity

Brochure - Introduction to Publisher (Complete)
Hoover Alabama - Community Brochure

Week of September 29th



Week of September 23rd


Grammar Game Websites
Funbrain Identify parts of speech

Parts of Speech Parts of speech, capitalization and punctuation

Comma Chameleon - Magic Capitals Comma Chameleon, Magical Capitals

Proofreading Proofreading: fix grammatical errors in paragraphs

Capitals and Punctuation Capital letters and punctuation

Week of September 16th

TTL4 Keyboard Covers Lesson 1


Mathletics

Thesaurus activity - Using Microsoft Word
Go to Student Common - Argo - to access your file for this activity


Week of September 9th
TTL4 with keyboard covers Introduction

Spelling City


Mathletics


Back to School Games


Computer Word Search Generator use your spelling words


Week of September 2nd


Introduction to TTL3

Students first take a pretest to be placed in a level that fits their accuracy and speed level.

In each new lesson, it is important to click “begin” to learn the new keys. After completing that, students play four different practice games and then take a final challenge.

Periodically they reach an assessment and need to demonstrate a certain proficiency to continue ahead.

TTL4 records progress for short or long sessions so students don’t need to work for a specific period of time at each sitting.

Tips for Keyboarding Success:
  • Regular practice helps create finger memory.
  • Remember that when we practice, we get better. You will make progress that is right for you.
  • Accuracy and using the correct fingering is more important than speed. Words per minute (wpm) will increase with practice.
  • Sit up straight, feet flat on the floor, belly-button lined up to the “B” key.
  • Look at the screen, not at your hands.
  • Keep your fingers on home row position, fingers slightly curved, your wrists straight. Your thumbs should rest on the space bar. Rest your elbows naturally next to your body.
  • Work slow and steady. Speed comes with practice, and it is more important to strike the correct key with the correct finger than to hunt and peck or hover around the keyboard.
  • Take breaks when your hands get tired. Shake your hands and walk a bit.
  • Remember there are two shift keys. Use the right shift while typing capital letters with your left hand, and the left shift to type capitals with your right hand.

Wordle (next week)
Spelling City
Mathletics
Back to School Games
Using bullets - Microsoft Word
Computer Word Search Generator use your spelling words

Week of August 19th
Computer Word Search Generator use your spelling words

Welcome to a new year at POP
New students

Mrs. Argo's
Class Rules
Logging in:
control alt delete
student1
pop123

Smart Activity:
Parts of the Computer
Technology Games
Cyber Start

Internet Safety
Faux Paw goes to the Games

Router's Birthday Surprise


Technology Lab Rules

TECHNOLOGY LAB RULES

1. Wash your hands before entering the lab

2. Come in quietly and sit in your assigned seat

3. Do not touch the computer until your are told to do so

4. Be ready to listen

5. Keep your hands on your own computer

6. Stay in your seat

7. Stay on the assignment given by the teacher

8. Do not play games

9. Do not bring anything into the lab unless the teacher tells you

10. Follow our POP School Rules of Ethics



Come in to the lab quietly and go to your assigned computer. Do not touch other keyboards or mice on the way to your computer. Wait for instructions before you touch anything.

Only visit approved internet sites and only when you have permission to do so.
Do not download anything.
Never give out personal information.
If you see anything uncomfortable, turn off your monitor and let your teacher know immediately. Do not show your friends.

Make sure you leave your workspace as you found it! Exit all of your programs. Put your headphones back on the hook. Straighten your keyboard place your mouse in the center of the mouse pad.
Push in your chair.
Collect and throw away any trash on your way out. Take anything you have printed when you leave.
Print only if you have permission! Only press print once!
Use only your assigned computer.
Do not move the icons on the desktop.
Do not change any system settings without permission. Do not edit files that do not belong to you. Help others with your mouth and not their mouse.

Treat your classmates, your teacher and all equipment with respect. Help your neighbors if they need help – with your mouth not their mouse!
Do not talk when the teacher is talking.
Come to the computer lab with clean hands.
No banging your mouse or banging the keys on the keyboard.
No hands on the monitor.
Do not spin in your chair.

Eat and drink not allowed in lab.

Read the screen BEFORE asking questions.




Lights out or hands on your heads means Your Attention Please.
Remove your headphones.
Take your hands off the keyboard and mouse.
Wait for instructions or information.

Ask your immediate neighbors for help before you raise your hand to ask your teacher.
Do not get out of your seat to ask for help.
Do not get out of your seat to help someone else.
If you help someone else do it with your mouth and not their mouse.

Be prepared to learn something new every day in the Computer Lab.



Digital Etiquette - Brain POP
http://lescomputerlab.wikispaces.com/
Week of May 20th
Funschool


Week of May 13th
Free day
Fun 4 the Brain
Week of May 6th
Wordle
Create a Word Cloud for your mom
Power Proofreading
Mathletics
Typing Web

Week of April 29th
Microsoft Word: Type a letter to the second grade students telling them what to expect in third grade. Tell them about your favorite things, what they can do over the summer to prepare for third grade, what things surprised you and what you could have done better.
Typing Web
Mathletics
Power Proofreading
Explorers
Plant Parts
Plant Quiz


Week of April 22nd


Week of April 15th
Typing Web

Mathletics

Power Proofreading


Week of April 8th




Microsoft Office
Using Office Tools
Spelling Words
Typing Web

Mathletics

Power Proofreading

Indentifying Rocks

Rocks and Minerals Quiz

Foss Web

Week of April 2nd
Typing Web

Mathletics

Power Proofreading

Indentifying Rocks

Rocks and Minerals Quiz

Foss Web

Week of March 25th
Complete research
Make titles using word art
Make picture borders

Typing Web

Mathletics

Power Proofreading

Week of March 11th

Typing Web

Mathletics

Power Proofreading

Free Rice


Week of March 4th
Typing Web

Mathletics

Free Rice

Acrostic using MS PowerPoint
Inserting text boxes, transformations, WordArt
Seussville

Week of February 25th

Practice for
World Maths, Science, and Literacy Days
TuxPaint Portraits for Journal



Typing Web

Mathletics

Prepositional Phrases

Levers and Pulleys

Free Rice

Week of February 4th

Going Places: Students learn that they can go to exciting places online, but they need to follow certain rules to remain safe. http://kids.sandiegozoo.org/

A-B-C Searching: Students search for pictures online by clicking on letters of the alphabet. They learn that directory sites with alphabetical listings offer one way to find things on the internet.

Keep it Private: Students learn that many websites ask for information that is private and discuss how to responsibly handle such requests.

My Creative Work: Students are introduced to the concept of having ownership over creative work. They practice putting their name name and date on something they produce.

Kids Click

Enchanted Learning - Little Explorers

Week of January 28th

Typing Web

Mathletics

Free Rice

Grammar Gorillas


Week of January 14th
Typing Web
Mathletics
Free Rice
Research your Olympian
Activity Village - Olympians Mrs. Langford's Class
Paws in Jobland-
Career Town - Level 1 Groceries and Book Look

Week of January 3rd

My Favorite Caldecott Bookis
Microsoft Word Activity
Make a PowerPoint slide using your choice of a Caldecott Award Winning Book

Caldecott Award Winners

Caldecott Winners

The Best Childrens' Books

Week of December 17th

Dance Mat Typing
TypingWeb





Week of December 10th


Week of December 3rd
1. Discuss the season of Advent and the use of Advent Calendars. We’ll talk about the difference between the secular calendars that begin on December 1st and the Catholic calendars that begin with the first Sunday of Advent. First visit Children's Catholic Advent Calendar then visit Woodland Junior’s Advent Calendar, Boowa and Kwala Advent Calendar and the Advent Calendar with games .
2. Visit Santa at to see all of the fun claus.com activities Santa has for you.

Beginning the Church's liturgical year, Advent (from, "ad-venire" in Latin or "to come to") is the season encompassing the four Sundays (and weekdays) leading up to the celebration of prayer-and-worship/liturgical-resources/christmas/index.cfm|Christmas.
The Advent season is a time of preparation that directs our hearts and minds to Christ’s second coming at the end of time and also to the anniversary of the Lord’s birth on Christmas. The final days of Advent, from December 17 to December 24, focus particularly on our preparation for the celebrations of the Nativity of our Lord (Christmas).
Advent devotions remind us of the meaning of the season. An Advent Calendar can help you fully enter in to the season with daily activity and prayer suggestions to prepare you spiritually for the birth of Jesus Christ.


Story of Christmas - Luke

Week of November 26th
TypingWeb
Illustrate one of the Twelve Days of Christmas in TuxPaint

On the first day of Christmas, my true love sent to me A partridge in a pear tree.


On the second day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the third day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the fourth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the sixth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the seventh day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Seven swans a-swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the eighth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Eight maids a-milking, Seven swans a-swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the ninth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Nine ladies dancing, Eight maids a-milking, Seven swans a-swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the tenth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Ten lords a-leaping, Nine ladies dancing, Eight maids a-milking, Seven swans a-swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the eleventh day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Eleven pipers piping, Ten lords a-leaping, Nine ladies dancing, Eight maids a-milking, Seven swans a-swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree.


On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me Twelve drummers drumming, Eleven pipers piping, Ten lords a-leaping, Nine ladies dancing, Eight maids a-milking, Seven swans a-swimming, Six geese a-laying, Five golden rings, Four calling birds, Three French hens, Two turtle doves, And a partridge in a pear tree!

The Twelve Days of Christmas (12 Days of Christmas) – lyrics


Week of November 11th

Video - Exploring Communities from Long Ago
Foss Web - The Human Body - Mr. Bones
Mayflower - The First Thanksgiving
Draw a scene from the website using TuxPaint - save it.

Writing Prompt

Microsoft Word
It’s Thanksgiving time and Tom the Turkey is worried about becoming Thanksgiving dinner
for someone’s family.What does he do to keep from being the main guest at the Thanksgiving table?

Mathletics



Week of November 5th
Microsoft Word - How to Cook a Turkey
Kerpoof
Kerpoof
Log In
eslab and computer number
Password
sharkey or langford
Class ID
Sharkey - R719
Langford - Q897





Week of October 8th
Halloween Coloring
Monster Numbers (Recognition)
Carve a Pumpkin
Carve a Pumpkin - Spooky Music
Spooky Differences
Ghost Hunt
Week of October 29th

Spookathon - Halloween Carving
Spookathon Pumpkin Carver
Carve a Pumpkin
Carve a Pumpkin - Spooky Music

Week of October 15th



Microsoft Word
Write a poem or a paragraph about fall
Insert clip art
Save
Dance Mat Typing
TypingWeb
Mathletics


Week of October 1st





Week of September 24th

Reading Treasure Hunt

Microsoft Word - Type your spelling words using bullets

Microsoft Word
Spelling City

Week of September 17th


Week of September 10th

Week of September 3rd
ABC Ya Keyboard Letters
Intro to Microsoft Word
Solids, Liquids, and Gasses - Foss Web

Week of August 27th
Alpha Munchies Typing Game


Week of August 20th

Week of August 13th
Welcome to a new year at POP
Class Rules
Smart Activity:
Parts of the Computer
Technology Games




















Week of April 23rd
Earth Day Games
Jobland
Earth Day Word Search
Click on the paw, then click on Job Finder. Answer the questions to see what kind of job you might be interested in.
Click on the paw and then click on the Quiz. When you finish the quiz, explore different jobs by clicking on ABC Search.
Kerpoof
Smart Activity - Earth Day
Week of April 16th
AVL
Keyboarding
Typing Games
Typing Test
Mathletics and Spellodrome

Week of April 9th
Microsoft Word 2010 - Write what you did over the Easter holiday. Illustrate with clip art. Save in network folder.
Peter Rabbit
Squiggly Easter Games

Week of April 2nd
Keyboarding
Grammar Blast
FunSchool Easter
Max and the Chocolate Chicken - Video

Week of March 26th
Keyboarding

Easter Word Search


Easter Word Search


The Kidz Page - Easter

Cool Math Games

Mathletics and Spellodrome
Rocks and Minerals Word Search - Smart Activity

Geology Matching Game

Grammar Blast
Typing Test

Week of March 12th

Word Games

St. Patrick's Day Puzzle
Kerpoof

Mathletics and Spellodrome
Cool Math Games
esstudent plus computer number (no spaces)
langford
Q897
or
sharkey
R719
Kerpoof


Week of March 6th
Keyboarding

Rocks and Minerals Word Search - Smart Activity

Geology Matching Game

Free Rice for the Hungry


Week of February 27th
Keyboarding

Green Eggs and Ham - School Tube Video


TuxPaint or KidPix - Illustrate Green Eggs and Ham video/scene or characters from Dr. Seuss
Seussville

Week of February 20th
Keyboarding
Week of February 13th
Keyboarding
Smart Activity
Internet Safety Video
Keyboarding
Make a Valentine
Free Rice for the Hungry
Keyboard Challenge
Week of February 6th
Video - Internet Safety
Mathletics and Spellodrome

Week of January 23rd
Smart Practice - POPapalooza
Keyboarding
POPapalooza Math Interactive Games
Multiplication.com
Gamequarium
Multiplication Fact Practice
Multiplication Matho
Multiplication Station

Practice your Multiplication Facts
Multiplication - Snowball Fight
Multiplication - Granny Prix

Week of January 17th
Dance Mat Typing or Mavis Beacon
Mrs. Sharkey and Mrs. Taylor - Spelling City

POPapalooza practice - Smart Activity
Microsoft Word Lesson - Using bullets and numbers
Week of January 9th


Week of January 3rd
Smart Activity
Spelling City - Third Grade

Week of December 12th
Letter to Santa

Discuss the season of Advent and the use of Advent Calendars. We’ll talk about the difference between the secular calendars that begin on December 1st and the Catholic calendars that begin with the first Sunday of Advent. Then visit Woodland Junior’s Advent Calendar, St. Margaret’s Advent Calendar, and the Santa Advent Calendar
Visit Santa at claus.com to see all of the fun activities Santa has for you.

St. Nicholas Center

Claus.com

Visit the North Pole at Northpole.com

Christmas Word Search

Christmas Games

Mathletics and Spellodrome

Free Rice for the Hungry

Week of December 5th
Smart Activity

Dance Mat Typing

or Mavis Beacon

Keyboard Challenge
Letter to Santa

Discuss the season of Advent and the use of Advent Calendars. We’ll talk about the difference between the secular calendars that begin on December 1st and the Catholic calendars that begin with the first Sunday of Advent. Then visit Woodland Junior’s Advent Calendar, St. Margaret’s Advent Calendar, and the Santa Advent Calendar
Visit Santa at claus.com to see all of the fun activities Santa has for you.

St. Nicholas Center

Claus.com

Visit the North Pole at Northpole.com

Christmas Word Search

Christmas Games

Mathletics and Spellodrome

Free Rice for the Hungry

Week of November 28th
Smart Activity


Week of Nov. 14th
Smart Activity - Thanksgiving Free Rice for the Hungry
Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe
Thanksgiving Word Seek
Math Practice
Fall Leaves Jigsaw Puzzle
Autumn Hangman
Kerpoof

Week of Nov. 7th
Keyboarding - Mavis Beacon Set Up
Smartboard Activity - Thanksgiving


Three Digit Subtraction


Week of October 31st
Smart Board Activity



Week of October 24th
Halloween Word Search
Type Ghosts
Halloween Word Search
Find the Ghost
Funny Photos
Funschool Halloween Coloring
Monster Numbers

Week of October 17th
TypingWeb
PowerTyping


Week of October 10th
Christopher Columbus Games and Activities
Christopher Columbus

Week of October 3rd
Keyboarding - ten minutes

Week of September 26th
Space

Rounding Numbers

Memory Match Planets

Stop Bullying Now
Webisode One - First Day of School
Bullying Match Game - Locker Match

TuxPaint Planets

Week of September 19th
Spelling City
Beverly Cleary
Video: Oceans and Continents

Week of September 12th
All About Me - PowerPoint Activity

Week of September 6th
Tux Typing
Watch Video on Input and Output Devices
KidPix-Stickers, Stamps and Text Boxes

APT Communities Video Part I
Count the Money

Astronomy Games

Week of August 29th






ABC Ya Keyboard Letters










Alpha Munchies Typing Game










Third Grade Math Fun

Internet Safety Lessons











Week of August 22nd

Faux Paw and the Dangerous Download

Find the Missing Technology
Click on 3 for third grade activities after you complete this.

We will also be reviewing;
Java Game

How well do you know the parts of the computer? Play this game to check your level of knowledge of the computer and its related equipment.


See how well you know the terminology used today for the computer and Internet.




Input,
Week of August 15th
New student welcome
Lab Information - Rules
Introduction to wikispace



Introduction to Tux Typing



Week of May 9th

Dance MatTyping or Mavis Beacon

Kid's Astronomy
Fill out your info sheet using the Kid's Astronomy website.

Mathletics

Free Rice - Feed the hungry while you learn.

Week of May 2nd
Spelling City

Geology Games

Rocks and Minerals
Explain the relationship between rocks and minerals.How Rocks Are Formed Mind Boggling Rock Activity


Identify common types of rocks.
The Rock Cycle Game


Bitesize Revision http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/science/activities/rocks_soils.shtml


Name That Rock http://www.edu.pe.ca/southernkings/facegame3.htm

Identify materials and resources that can be reused.Eco Fast Facts
Recycle City
Thomas Recycling Kids Page
Kids Recycle
EPA Recycling
Identify an object as natural or man-made.Third Grade Science Jeopardy Game


Recognize the properties used to identify specific earth materials.Wild World


Recycle City


Earth Day


Dumptown


Natural Resources Kids Page http://www.metrokc.gov/DNR/Kidsweb/

Week of April 18th
Make a Publisher Trading Card about Japan


Alabama Virtual Library
Swap Row Easter Puzzle
A Kid's Heart Easter Games

Week of April 4th

Kid's Web Japan

Introduction to AVL

Faith First – Little Lamb Exam Faith First – Prayer Walk (Learn to use the arrow keys to work your way through the Prayer Walk)

Power Proofreading: http://www.eduplace.com/kids/hme/k_5/proofread/index.html

Third Grade Math Review

Week of March 28th
Testing - Lab Closed

Week of
Web Diagram for Research Ideas

March 21st

Prayer Diary
Learn to insert a table into PowerPoint, make transformations, and learn to manipulate clip art.


Save pictures for project.
Pics4Learning - Free Educational Photos
PowerPoint

Review of Angles
Angle Practice Aligned with Alabama COS
Test Your Angle Knowledge

If we have extra time:
Free Rice - Feed the hungry while you learn.

Week of March 7th

APT Plus Videos
Japanese Robotics



Week of February 28th
World Math Day
Spelling City


Kerpoof Log In

Week of February 21st

Graphing easy
Bug Graph - hard
Mathletics
Spelling City - Third Grade

Week of February 14th
Excel Spreadsheet
Multiplication Study Chart

Week of February 7th
The Computer and its Parts
Fun Keyboarding Games

Make a Valentine using Microsoft Publisher

Valentine Word Search

Catch the Heart

FunSchool Valentine Games

Week of January 31st


Dance MatTyping

or Mavis Beacon (15 minutes)

Mathletics

Kerpoof Student Log In Disney art website for kids (teacher monitored)
To get lots of coins, we are going to create a winter wonderland in Spell A Picture
Type in lots of winter words and click done when you are finished
Then go to the store and buy new drawing tools to use in Super Doodle

Penguin Info - Enchanted Learning
Qwiki for Research
Penguin Jigsaw Puzzles
Penguin Facts

Week of January 24th


Glogster

Week of January 17th
I Keep Safe - Internet safety

NetSmartzKids
I Keep Safe
Make a Flake
Go to the Lab Information Page and watch the PowerPoint on Cyber Safety.




Week of January 10th
Microsoft Word Tools

Week of January 3rd

Dance MatTyping




Make a penguin story or movie in Kerpoof

Penguin Jigsaw Puzzles

Week of December 13th



http://www.adventcalendaronline.com/



Online Advent Calendar, a count down to Chris..

HelpKidzLearn - Advent Calendar



Northumberland NGfL: Advent Calendar 04



Online Advent Calendanativity



Maths - Christmas Maths - Topmarks



snow controller



Kawaii Christmas icon matching flash game. Av..



HelpKidzLearn - Make a Snowman



SANTA CLAUS AT CLAUS.COM



BBC - CBeebies - Home



Santa Claus and Christmas at the Northpole



Xmas Fun - Christmas All Year Round!



A Little Poem Regarding Computer Spell Checkers…
Eye halve a spelling chequer
It came with my pea sea
It plainly marques four my revue
Miss steaks eye kin knot sea.

Eye strike a key and type a word
And weight four it two say
Weather eye am wrong oar write
It shows me strait a weigh.

As soon as a mist ache is maid
It nose bee fore two long
And eye can put the error rite
Its rare lea ever wrong.

Eye have run this poem threw it
I am shore your pleased two no
Its letter perfect awl the weigh
My chequer tolled me sew.
Mathletics

Woodlands Junior Advent Calendar
St. Margaret Mary Advent Calendar
Advent Calendar with Games

Christmas Word Search
Christmas Games

Claus.com

Visit the North Pole at Northpole.com



Week of December 6th
North Pole Games
Christmas ON-LINE GAMES AND PUZZLES
Dancing Santa

Coloring Pages




Hangman

Jigsaw Puzzles



Tic Tac Toe



Word


Week of November 29th
Dance MatTyping
Spelling City
Where is Rudolph
Arrange a Nativity
Nativity Kit

We will illustrate "The Story of Christmas" using KidPix. We will export our pictures and save them as jpegs to add to our PowerPoint presentation.
Open this presentation to view: The Christmas Baby


Discuss the season of Advent and the use of Advent Calendars. We’ll talk about the difference between the secular calendars that begin on December 1st and the Catholic calendars that begin with the first Sunday of Advent. Then visit Woodland Junior’s Advent Calendar
St. Margaret’s Advent Calendar
Advent Calendar with games
Visit Santa at claus.com to see all of the fun activities Santa has for you.
Christmas ON-LINE GAMES AND PUZZLESDancing Santa

Coloring Pages


Concentration



Hangman



Jigsaw Puzzles



Tic Tac Toe



Word



Christmas Games

Get more great Christmas ideas, including crafts for kids, festive printables, and delicious recipes.



Santa Flibriks
Find pairs of Christmas pictures using your memory skills in this matching game.


Arctic Antics
Move the penguins to get the animals into the pool safely during this North Pole party!



Evil Elves 2
Help Santa save Christmas by recovering all the presents.

Holiday Coloring Game

Holiday Coloring Game

Pick a picture to color and print in this online coloring game. read more


Evil Elves

Evil Elves

Help Santa get his presents back from those thieving elves. read

Week of November 15th
Video: Holiday Facts and Fun - Thanksgiving (Quiz after video - 10 questions)
The First Thanksgiving This video is available for replay. It was a live broadcast from Scholastic this week.
National Gallery of Art for Kids Website funded by the National Gallery of Arts for school students
History.org Kids Games, activities, videos, and information on colonial history
Kerpoof Student Log In Disney art website for kids (teacher monitored)
Help End World Hunger - And Learn! For every question you answer, grains of rice will be sent to third world countries to feed the hungry
Turkey Bowl Have fun! (A short commercial will play before the game loads)

Mathletics

Week of November 8th
Dance MatTyping
Wordle Create a word cloud of all the things you are thankful for.



































































































































Week of November 1st
Jamestown

Week of October 25th
Kerpoof Student Log In
Halloween Jokes

Week of October 18th
Microsoft Office Word - Write a Halloween Poem, Illustrate with clip art

Storyline Online
Stellaluna
Kidspiration Activity
Bat or Bird Grouper



Intro to Kerpoof


Make a Halloween Movie Watch this for ideas: Halloween Kerpoof Movie



Week of October 11th
Foss Web - Renewable Resources
Mathletics


Week of October 3rd
Story Scrambler
Introduction to Kerpoof
Week of September 27th
Introduction to the Dewey Decimal System
ABCYa Keyboard
The keyboard has fallen and all the keys popped off. See if you can put them back where they belong.
Proofreading Makes Perfect

Comic Strip

Week of September 20th
Money Games
Spelling City

Week of September 13th
Week of September 7th
Storyline Online - Sebastian's Rollerskates
Art Zone

Week of August 30th
Dance Mat Typing
Art Zone
Enemy Pie - Storyline OnlineKidpix: Paint – Intro to KidPix We will practice using all the drawing tools, text, and spray can.
Computer I Spy
Mathletics
FunBrain Math Baseball
wordle-landforms

Week of August 23rd
Spelling City
ABC Ya Keyboard Letters
Alpha Munchies Typing Game










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Week of August 9th

The first week of school we will be learning the rules of the computer lab and how to be safe using the Internet.
We will also be reviewing;
Parts of the Computer
Navigation of new additions to our tech lab website
Cyber Smart Kids
The link below has videos, songs, games, and information about internet safety.
Internet Safety Lessons


Parts of the Computer












Math Playground
Tomato Bounce Mouse Practice



Sentence Builder
Typing Games
Table Mountain
Funbrain
Proofreading Makes Perfect
Ghost Blasters

ABCya!
Math Playground
Math Fact Cafe
Fact Dash

Wall of words
Sentence Builder
Puncuation Paintball
Student Log in Kerpoof
Wordle
Week of May 17th
Dance Mat Typing









or Mavis Beacon
Flower and Plant Facts


Alphabet Book Assignment


Week of May 3rd





Week of April 26th

Week of April 19th
Fun on the Farm
Divider Machine

Begin Assignment - Alphabet Book
Week of April 12th

Diamante Poetry
Intro to Kerpoof

Fractions
Fishy Fractions

Week of April 5th
Circle Poetry

Rocks and Minerals Word Find
This Planet Really Rocks
Pitfall Game

Grammar Gorillas
Power Proofreading


Week of March 29th

Rocks and Minerals

United States Geological Services: http://geology.usgs.gov/index.shtml

http://www.ivyhall.district96.k12.il.us/4th/kkhp/RocksandMinerals/rocks.html

Ask a geologist: Do you have a question about volcanoes, earthquakes, mountains, rocks, maps, ground water, lakes, or rivers? You can email earth science questions at this site. http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/ask-a-geologist/

This site is for kids of all ages who love rocks. Here you will find out stuff about rocks & minerals and where to go to find out more. Also has pictures and descriptions to help identify different rocks and minerals.
http://www.rocksforkids.com/

Has animations that show how igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks are formed. http://sln.fi.edu/fellows/payton/rocks/create/

Explains the difference between rocks and minerals. Great additional information about different rocks and minerals. http://www.rocks-and-minerals.com/

This is a sight that has slide shows of different types of rocks and minerals:


http://www.gardenbuildingsdirect.co.uk/Article/rocks-and-minerals
Information about starting a rock collection: http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/collect1/collectgip.html

Rocks and minerals information-more complicated. Great pictures-higher level of reading: http://www.fi.edu/tfi/units/rocks/rocks.html

Explains the hardness scale: http://www.rockhounds.com/rockshop/hardness1.html

links to pictures and descriptions of rocks and minerals: http://www.casdn.neu.edu/~geology/department/staff/colgan/iceland/rocks.htm

Canada’s Earth Science web-magazine for schools, beginners, and educators. Also has information on fossils. http://www.canadianrockhound.com/junior/index.html

On-line geology word find: http://www.fi.edu/fellows/fellow4/nov98/games/wordfind/wordsearch4.html

Movie that explains how rocks are formed: http://www.brainpop.com/science/earth/rockcycle/index.weml?&tried_cookie=true

Click to Mix and Solve


Design a KidPix Easter Picture using tools
Online Easter Games

Week of March 22nd
Level 3 Stage 7 - First three who finish win a prize
PowerPoint Activity:
My Prayer Book - Page 1 - The Lord's Prayer
TypingTest











KidPix Word or Letter Art

Week of March 8th



Illustrated Bible Stories
New American Bible

Week of March 1st


Catholic Jeopardy

Seussville Games
KidsNumbers Geometry

Week of February 22nd
Faith First Game Alley

Faith First Games

KidPix Activity


Week of February 15th



Toon Center Fun
KidPix Geometry Activity

Week of February 8th
Holiday Fun and Facts - Valentine's Day


Week of February 1st
Stone Fox Vocabulary
Wyoming Information

Write about the State of Wyoming with the "Coming Around the Mountain" model that follows:
She'll be coming from (capital) when she comes
She'll be coming from (large city) when she comes
She'll bring (three products)
She'll bring (three crops)
She'll be coming from Wyoming when she comes

Division picture story.
Story Starters
Multiplication Snowball Fight
Multiplication Granny Prix

Week of January 25th


Week of January 18th
Penguin Activities


KidPix

Week of January 11th
Arctic Animals Word Search











Call Number PowerPoint
Intro to KidPix

Week of January 4th
Introduction to KidPix
Begin work on Penguin Math Powerpoint


Week of December 14th

River Crossing

Woodlands Junior Advent Calendar
St. Margaret Mary Advent Calendar
Advent Calendar with Games

Christmas Word Search
Christmas Games

Claus.com
Visit the North Pole at Northpole.com





Week of December 7th



Week of November 30th
Make a Christmas picture or winter scene in Tux Paint. Put your name and your teacher's name on it. Click save when you are finished.
Dance Mat Typing









Discuss the season of Advent and the use of Advent Calendars. We’ll talk about the difference between the secular calendars that begin on December 1st and the Catholic calendars that begin with the first Sunday of Advent


Week of November 16th
Wordle Create a word cloud of all the things you are thankful for.
Then go toThanksgiving Page and work on the word search.
Help End World Hunger - And Learn!


Thanksgiving TicTac Toe
Turkey Hunt
Animated Turkey Puzzle
Match Em Up Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Word Search
Thanksgiving Jigsaw Puzzle
Turkey Maze

Video: The Pilgrims of Plimoth

Week of November 9th
Kidspiration Activity - Giving Thanks.
Colonial Games


Week of November 2nd
Publisher Travel Brochure
Photographs for Your Brochure
Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe
Thanksgiving Word Seek
Math Practice
Fall Leaves Jigsaw Puzzle
Autumn Hangman

Week of October 19tb
Spelling City
Complete Fall PowerPoint Acrostic
Write a description for our Monster Project. Draw a picture of it in TuxPaint. Put your name on it and save it.
Descriptions will be traded with someone in your class.
Using the description you have, draw the Monster in TuxPaint.
Let’s see how they compare.
Carve a Pumpkin
Creepy Coloring
Monster Numbers
Ghostly Differences
Spooky Differences
Frankenbrain
Whack O' Wheen
Halloween Word Search
Halloween Coloring
Halloween Word Search

Week of October 12th
Fall Games
Mavis Beacon Keyboarding
Video:

Week of October 5th
Video: Why Exercise?
Creepy Coloring
Math Magician
My Pyramid Food Plan
Week of September28th


Week of September 21
Go to Type to Learn Jr. We will work there for fifteen minutes of class time. You may begin as soon as you get seated.

Spelling City

Wordle

Story Starters
Computer Words

Week of September 14th
Spider Typer


NASA Kids Click on Level 3 and have fun!
Color the Planets


Week of September 8th
You are going to go to the following link:
Kids Astronomy
Choose three interesting or important facts to write down.
More Information on the Planets:
Planet Information
Fact Monster Solar System

Click below to hear a song about the eight planets
Song about the Planets
Solar System Fun
ABC Ya Keyboard Letters
Alpha Munchies Typing Game









Dance Mat Typing

United Streaming Video - A Closer Look At Space

Week of August 31st
Earth Moon and Sun









Space Fun and Games











Week of August 24th
Brain Pop Internet Safety











Week of August 17th
The first week of school we will be [[#|learning]]the rules of the computer lab and how to be safe using the Internet. Click on lab information on the menu (purple strip at left) to view these two powerpoint presentations.
We will also be reviewing;
Parts of the Computer
Navigation of our Tech Lab Website


The website below has videos, songs, games, and information about internet safety.
Internet Safety Lessons


Parts of the Computer





Sentence Builder
Typing Games
Table Mountain
Funbrain
Proofreading Makes Perfect
Ghost Blasters

ABCya!
Math Playground
Math Fact Cafe
Fact Dash
Treasures
Wall of words
Sentence Builder
Puncuation Paintball






Third Grade Math Fun








Internet Safety Lessons









Count the Money

Mavis Beacon Keyboarding (10 minutes)
Letter Generator

Code Monkey

W