USING TECHNOLOGY TO MAKE YOU THINK!
Practice reading strategies with these fun online games
Padlet (click on the link and add your class' URL ending)
Google Advanced Search Change SafeSearch to "Strict" and Usage Rights to "free to use and share"
Wikimedia Commons Search Search for "Free to Use and Share" Images, Video, and Audio
Force and Motion Links
Lesson 5: Using An Online Dictionary
***When Doing a Google Search Type- define: word***
What to Include In Your Presentation:
-Definition and Part of Speech
-A Sentence With the Word
-A Picture or Photo that Illustrates the Word
-Synonyms and Antonyms (if any)
-Other Forms of the Word (if any)
-You may also include: more images, videos, audio clips, animations, links, or other creative ways to help someone understand the word
A Study In Word Relationships
TASK: Use one of the digital book creation tools above to illustrate:
**A Word Family**
**Words that Rhyme**
**Prefixes and Suffixes**
Watch the homerow keyboarding tutorial:
Log into TypingWeb.com and begin homerow lessons.
Watch BrainPopJr movie: Email
Go to Email Game and sequence the steps to responding to an email.
Write an email to Annie and Moby explaining what you learned from the email video.
Log in to email at www.southmckeel.com and compose a new email or reply to an email you have received.
What does it take to go above and beyond?
Watch this video to find out!
Go to scriblink and create a thinking map (tree or bubble) that describes what students to do to go above and beyond at school.
On the Scriblink site click the send button and type in: firstname.lastname@example.org
Add a short message and click ok
Use the link above to find
"good fit" AR books.
(click on advanced search to search by author)