Please contact Ms. O'Brian is you have any questions at firstname.lastname@example.orgKidzType - fun, interactive typing games!iReady
CODING:HOUR OF CODE! (3rd-12th grade)
Please know how important it is for your students to continue
to learn (read, practice writing, do their math, investigate...)
during this challenging time. Below are some resources/activities to help your students continue to challenge their brains and learn some new things!
Second-5th grade students should type for about 15 minutes each day and should do their CODE.org for about 15 minutes each day as well to keep up their skills. Please monitor their keyboarding so they continue to use proper technique which includes sitting up straight with feet down towards the floor or on the floor, and fingers on home row.
Students may require extra help as they progress through the CODE lessons as they do get progressively more difficult, building on previous lessons.Parent/Student Resources:Check out the FREE Personal Finance Lessons/Activities sponsored by EverFi (thank you to North Cascades Bank)- Follow the prompts to join/create an account- Find Your School and Register- Find our State (Washington)- Enter 'Entiat' for School Name - Should come up with Entiat Jr/Sr High School
(Content is available for K-12)- Create an account for Student/Learner- Enjoy!Online School Set Up and Preparing for Virtual LearningCommon Sense Media K-12 Resources - Field trips and more!TIME for Kids (Select your grade from the top)Created using tagul.comBlack History - Figures, Events, Pictures & Videos (History.com)Black History Timeline (PBS)Library of Congress African American History Timeline (1852-1925) plus other resourcesInfoPlease - Black History TimelineBlack History Milestones (History.com)Black History Fact Monster TimelineBlack Past - African American History TimelineHistory for Kids - Civil Rights5th Padlet Scavenger Hunt4th Nutrition WebQuest - Good Enough to Eat by Lizzy Rockwell (YouTube Video)
CODING:Graphing Challenge - Interpreting and Understanding GraphsEnergy Scavenger Hunt Website - start with the "What is Energy" then go to "Energy Basics"Write down at least 15 vocabulary words on the back of your paper for the crossword puzzle you will create next :)Go to: ABCYa Crossword Puzzle Maker - CREATE a crossword puzzle consisting of 15 words with definitions about energy: Step 1- NAME the puzzle [Your Name - Energy Crossword]; Step 2 - Choose "TYPE"; Make sure to double check your spelling and definitions/clues before finishing; When finished, PRINT 2 copies of your crossword puzzle (one for the answer key and one to be completed) and turn in to your teacher :)**************************************
MOUSE SKILLSTechnology Practice Skills For SBAC
Skills Activities Internet Links/Activity Mouse Skills Students can practice multiple mouse skills, including scrolling, using drop down menus, radio buttons, and accessing links to build their navigation skills. Highlight/Select Text Students will wear headphones to listen to content and follow instructions to highlight/select text. Students will highlight/select text to make corrections, add text, and delete text. Navigation Students will learn to navigate a webpage by reading instructions, clicking items, dragging items, viewing videos, and entering text into fields. Drag and Drop Students will practice following instructions by dragging and dropping items thus reinforcing the skills of dragging and dropping within a field.Keyboarding Activities and Games to build your skills!Lincoln Monument Virtual TourKeyboarding Competencies/StandardsKeyboarding GamesAcademic Enrichment, Practice, and Support VideosNET-S Technology Standards for StudentsOSPI Technology StandardsPractice Math Facts