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K- Computer technology skills are best learned in the context of ongoing academic work. Students use internet age appropriate activites to practice language Arts and Math concepts introduced in the classroom.

 

During the first semester of the 2010-2011 School Year the students are learning how to use the favorites icon, navigate through the Wiki, instructional page, and choose from a teacher selected activities that reinforce letter names, sounds, and blending into words.

 

 

ABC activities

 

All About Me

 

Bown Bear Brown Bear

 

Colors

 

Internet Safety

 

Numbers

 

Our Families

 

Shapes

 

Sizes

 

Where the Wild Thing are 

 


 1st Graders

 

During the first semester of the  School year the students have studied Internet Safety, Initial consonant substitution, Beggining Middle and End of Stories, and the elements of a fairy tale.  Some lessons that will be covered in the days ahead are listed below.

 

 

  • Motivation — Fuel a collaborative classroom environment with teacher-guided and child-directed instruction, hands-on experiences, and interactive online activities.
  • Phonological Awareness — Ensure effective phonological instruction with short daily exercises.
  • Phonics — Teach sound and spelling relationships systematically, sequentially and explicitly.
  • Vocabulary — Explore the meaning of words encountered during everyday communication, instruction, and in quality literature.
  • Fluency — Model fluent reading during story time or via the website.
  • Comprehension — Build comprehension skills and strategies through direct instruction, group discussion, and example.
  • Writing — Use writing as a means to teach and integrate skills, and as an informal assessment tool.

 

Audio Books for k-2

 

Animal Homes-All Mixed up

 

Butterflies

 

Five Senses

 

Initial Consonants

 

Magnets

 

Months of the Year

 

Pirates

 

 


2nd Graders

Coloring Pages for Creative Writing

 

  1. Download and print any of the coloring pages from thequivervision.com. Some of the sets of pages require you to make an in-app purchase.
  2. Download the Quiver App from the Apple or Google Play store.
  3. Have students color one of the pages. Be careful not to color over the black outlines too much.
  4. Have the students write a creative story based on their pictures. 
  5. Open the Quiver app and watch your picture come to life!

Download the Quiver App.


Examples:

  • Tennis shoe - "When my tennis shoes came to life..."
  • Hot air balloon - "My hot air balloon took me to..."
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During the first semester of the  school year students will  use map symbols to create interior and exterior spaces putting their  Math and Social Studies skills to  use in map making.

 

 

 

 

Animal Homes-All Mixed up

 

Cybe Safety

 

Democratic Values-How A bill becomes a law

 

Dental Health

 

Government

 

Insects

 

Mammals, Fish, Reptiles and Birds

 

Mini Bests

 

Neighborhoods and Community

 

Swimmy

 

Tell me a Story

 

Vitual Flat Stanley

 


3rd Graders

 

During the first term of the  school year students complted a Keyboarding Unit, and are learning how to use the features in the Owrd Processors for Office 2010. In addition students will be using Google earth to identify locations in Michigan, and focus on Michigan History.

 

 

 

Internet Safety 

 

Michigan

 

Maps

 

Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends

 

Habitat Hunt

 

Keyboarding

 

Moovi-3rd

 

Rocks and Soil

 

Word and Sentence Building

 

Weather


4th Graders 

 

Origamii

The art of origami is truly hands-on learning. As students use their fine motor skills to fold and crease paper into fun shapes and structures, they build skills involving spatial reasoning, following precise directions in sequence, fractions, geometry, and more. Best of all, the results-fantastic frogs, dragonflies, birds-are works of art! Your students can try out their own origami creations with the Whale Reproducible and Frog Reproducible, below. Here are some tips on teaching with origami:

 

Basic Operations-Saving to the server drive, renaming files, retrieving  saved files. Downloading pictures from the Internet, creating a Photostory on the  United States. Tesselations-math +art=Wonderful things

 

Art-Portraits

 

CSI Crime Solvers

 

Digital Storytelling

 

Earth-Our Planet

 

Graph it

 

 

Lego Builder

 

 

 

 

Movie Magic

 

 

Oceans

 

 

Plane a Trip to the Moon

 

 

Plants

 

 

Simple Machines

 

 

Weather Wonders

 


 

 

5th 

Bridge building with Ipads and K'Nex

 

Students will learn the different types of bridges

Students will look up these types on the ipads

Students willl reproduce a truss bridge using K'Nex and/or Legos

 

During the first term students learned how to use the new Windows  10 OS, nativgation and identify continents through google earth. Then put in markers listing the capitals, and even completed a google Literature trip see the actual location of cities used in the Strega Nona series. Students have also applying the math and physics skills as they experiement with bridge building and design.

 

Bridge Building

 

Choose your Own Adventure

 

 Disasters-

 

Electricity

 

Immigration

 

It takes A Village

 

Lewis and Clark

 

Maps

 

Underground Railroad

 

Google Earth Places in Time

 

Writing a Report

 

 


 

6th Grade

 

Robotics

Students will program ozobots with color codes to capture pokemon

 

During the  School year students learned how to create designs in Goggle Sketch up, and how to complete simple game design using Scratch.  They will learn some basics of Phot editing and put together a animatred feature using Windows Movie maker. 

Digital Storytelling with Windows Movie maker

 

Planes, Trains and Cars

 

6th Digital Photography 

 editingimageslong.ppt

This power point goes over much of what we have covered in class!

 


7th Graders

 

Stopmotion Animation

 

Students will create backgrounds and use story figures to create a a movie. Students move the chaacters lightly and take a picture. all the picture are imported together to crete a finished movie

 

During the   School Year 7th graders learned how to program in a 3 D model using the program  Alice designed at the worlds for most programming collage. Students learned to use GIMP a Photo shop type of photo editor that allowed them to use transparencies, layers, making, and visual effects. 

 

Project business-

Students will set up and run their own virtual business including creating a business plan, getting a bank oad, set up emplyee salary and benefits as well as a complete marketing plan,

 


 

 

8th Graders

Students will begin the school year reviewing the use of google Apps. We will continue using the ipad to take digital photos and edit them. After the photos are dited on the ipad they will be uploaded to google slides. Friendship quotes will be added to create a google slide show of friends. There will be share for a grade.

 

Students will use both online and Photoshop to digitl edit photos

 

Students will use HTML kit to write web pages using code.

 

 

 

 

 

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Objectives


Students will understand the following:
1. Bridges are categorized into three primary types: suspension, beam, and arch.
2. Each is designed and built according to certain principles of engineering.

Objectives


Students will understand the following:
1. Bridges are categorized into three primary types: suspension, beam, and arch.
2. Each is designed and built according to certain principles of engineering.

Objectives


Students will understand the following:
1. Bridges are categorized into three primary types: suspension, beam, and arch.
2. Each is designed and built according to certain principles of engineering.
Students will understand the following:
1. Bridges are categorized into three primary types: suspension, beam, and arch.
2. Each is designed and built according to certain principles of engineering.

Students will understand the following:

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