2nd Grade Polar Express Project


Mrs. Zyla

Mrs. Badders

Mrs. Wright


3rd Grade



Here is a sample of "The Important Book" done in the Computer Lab using PowerPoint. I read them parts of "The Important Book" by Margaret Wise Brown, and then they chose one thing to write about in the same manner as the book. Clip art was then added to go with their writing. These were done by the 3rd Graders in Purple 1, Purple 3, and Pink 2.

Click on each book below. Enjoy!!



Purple 1
Purple 1 - The Important Book

Purple 3
Purple 3 - The Important Book
Pink 2
Pink 2 - The Important Book


5th Graders! --

See what great **advice** the 6th Graders have for you for the next school year when you go into 6th Grade!

Wallwisher

Please click on "Post a Sticky" below, and write what your favorite computer lab activity was this year. Put ONLY your first name on the sticky.





VoiceThread

VoiceThread is an online application that allows students to create and comment on multimedia presentations using voice, video, documents and/or images. This is our first time using VoiceThread.

After coming back to school from 3 snow days and many inches of snow, the 5th graders wrote Winter Acrostic Poems in the computer lab. They used the following skills when writing their poem; format page, font, size, and color, center text, online clip gallery, insert clipart, and spell-check. To meet our multiple literacy standards, they recorded themselves reading their poems. Listen to the fifth graders reading their poems. Feel free to make a comment. Enjoy!
VoiceThreads

Winter Acrostic Poems









In the computer lab, students drew a monster in KidPix, then wrote a descriptive paragraph. Their paragraph was then given to students in another class. They were to try and duplicate their monster by just reading their descriptive paragraph to draw the monster. Fun activity.





Click on "Post a Sticky" below, and give a piece of advice to the current 5th Graders on becoming a 6th Grader. Use ONLY your first name.



Go to WallWisher to leave a comment about making your Glog in Glogster.

In the computer lab, students drew a monster in KidPix, then wrote a descriptive paragraph. Their paragraph was then given to students in another class. They were to try and duplicate their monster by just reading their descriptive paragraph to draw the monster. Fun activity.