Blabberize



Possum - Bryan



Tasmanian Tiger JordanY4



Nabarlek - OswaldoY2



Rabbit - LuisY2



Long Nosed Bandicoot
Tayler Y1


Pademelon - Ronal




Goanna - Jesus

























January, 2011
Blabberize:
Australian Animal Presentation:
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Unique Australian Animals:


Learn about Martin Luther King, Jr.
1. You will visit this webpage to complete the Martin Luther King WebHunt.
2. Click here when you are done to go to BrainPop and learn more about Martin Luther King Jr.

November 2010
Create a Thanksgiving Wordle. Open up a Word document and type a list of at least 20 words associated with Thanksgiving. Spell check, then copy your words and paste them into Wordle to create your Wordle. Change layout, colors, and font. Print when complete.
ThanksgivingWordle.jpg

Make a Thanksgiving Word Search here. Use "Thanksgiving Words"

Print off two copies when you are done. Give it to a friend to solve.

Internet Safety

September 2010

After 3 lessons on internet safety, the 6th graders used "Comic Life" in the Computer Lab, to display their internet safety rules. To view these, click on the images below. To turn the pages, click in the bottom right corner. Be sure to always follow your internet safety rules! Enjoy!



´╗┐Yellow 1 Internet Safety
Yellow 2 Internet Safety
Please Add a Title

6th Grade Internet Safety y2

Yellow 3 Internet Safety
Yellow 4 Internet Safety
Internet Safety, 6th Grade y3

Internet Safety, 6th Grade y4









Click on "Post a Sticky" below, and write what you did this summer.






Computer Lab Activity
Grades 4 - 6
Weeks 13-15
November 2 - 20


You will design your own monster using Kid Pix, write a paragraph describing your monster, and then on the last class, another student will try to draw your monster just using the written descriptive paragraph of the monster.

  1. Open Kid Pix.
  2. Draw your monster. Remember you will be describing the monster, so take care to use shapes that are easy to describe such as circles, triangles, rectangles, squares, straight, squiggly lines, as well as the fill that you are using.
  3. Save and print your picture.
  4. Use the planning sheet to write adjectives to describe your monster. Make sure you tell both color and shape. Start with the head and go down when writing your description.
    MonsterProjectKidsp.jpg
    MonsterProjectKidsp.jpg
  5. Open up a new Word document and write a paragraph to completely describe your monster. Make sure to describe size, shape, and color. Give your monster a name and make that your title. Put your name on the paragraph.
  6. Print your paragraph and give to the teacher.
  7. I will will pass out the printed paragraphs to different classmates, and you will draw the monster in Kid Pix as you think it looks by just reading what the descriptive paragraph says.

** When complete, students may go to November Links.