The Code.org link for your class is: Class of 2022
We are going to begin researching the planets of our solar system. To begin, go to Classroom and sign in:
Open the document called Planets Research. Use this document to take notes on all of the planets.
Here are some websites to get you started with your research:
Or click here for a Custom Google Search: Planets Research
1. Download the rocktemplate file attached to this post.
2. Open it and fill in the name and title for your comic.
3. Write up your own descriptions of the rock types.
4. Add pictures to your comic.
For today's project, you need to get signed into the Third Grade Google Classroom. Start by clicking here:
You will need to log in with your Google email and password that is on your card.
We will be using Google Drawing today to learn more about the different kinds of animals. First you need to choose one of the animal types:
In Google Drawing, you will choose one photo (NOT a cartoon) of an animal that fits your category.
Drag that photo into your page.
Now, type up all the characteristics you know about this animal. Remember to use complete sentences...you need at least three!
If you need more information than you found in your book, try one of these websites:
Today we are going to practice searching the internet for information. The hardest part of searching the internet is that there is SOOOOOO MUCH INFORMATION! We need to learn to narrow - or "refine" - our search to find just what we want.
Pick a habitat and search for it. Remember to:
We will be using a spreadsheet program called Microsoft Excel today. Please download the spreadsheet below by clicking
on the arrow that is pointing downward (on the right-hand side of the page).
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.
Add a textbox that says, "I Am Thankful for..."
Add another textbook and type your name.
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