Login to your Code.org account here: Class of 2023
It's time to tell YOUR story! We'll be using Google Slides for this project. To begin, let's start in
After you sign into Google Classroom, open the assignment called "All About."
Here's what you need to add to your Google Slides:
Let's think about what we are thankful for! Start by clicking here:
Open the document called "What Are You Thankful For?" Type a list of people and things that you are thankful for below the line. When you're done with your list, open the Wordle website:
Copy your list and paste it into Wordle.
After you're done creating your Wordle, save it to your desktop. Then open the Google Drawing "I Am Thankful" in Google Classroom.
Drag your Wordle onto the Google Drawing.
Type your name in the textbox at the bottom.
We're going to explore the world of dinosaurs with a simple question: who would win in a fight between two of these amazing animals?
Discuss: What kind of information would we need to know to answer this question? What other information is important to understanding a dinosaur?
Use the following sites to complete your research worksheet:
Meeting with your partners, discuss the following questions:
Next, start your dino battle poster!
Today you are going to draw a map of your room using Google Drawings. First, click here:
Then, sign in with your email address and password on your card.
We will be using both Pixie and Google Drawings to illustrate your How to Paragraphs.
Today we will be finishing our Leprechaun stories. To find your story, go to:
Google Drive (you may have to log into your school Google account)
When you're done with your story, go to:
and open the assignment called "Living vs Nonliving Things." You have to drag the living things into the box below "Living Things" and drag the nonliving things into the box below "Nonliving Things".
When you finish that, you can create some Pixel Art. Click here:
Here's an example from Genius Squad:
Today's To-Do List:
1. Finish Leprechaun story
2. Living vs. Nonliving Things
3. Pixel Art
Hello 1st Grade!
Today you will be typing your math word problems into a Google Doc.
Start by clicking on this link:
A little birdy tells me you've been studying your favorite animals in first grade. So let's write a book all about it!
Start by downloading the Animal Book attachment below and save it to your desktop.
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