Today you will use KidPix to create a simple drawing of one of the characters in the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio. After you save your picture as a jpg., upload it to Tagxedo and create the word cloud with the character traits that your chosen character possesses.
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Today we will use Google Drive to create a document in your ELA folder. Include a definition of bravery, a list of brave acts, and a sentence or two about a personal act of bravery.
Today we will use the iPads and the app Drawing Pad to draw a cross-section of a volcano. Label the different parts of the volcano and save to the camera roll. Upload your picture to Google Drive. You will use your picture in a paragraph in which you will write about the different types of volcanoes.
You have a battery, copper wire, and a light bulb. Can you make a complete circuit? Use Kid Pix to draw the parts of a light bulb and then arrange a wire (or two) and a battery to illustrate a complete circuit. Label the parts of the bulb, the components of the circuit, and the critical contact points.
Visit the site below for interactive activities about electricity.
Today we will spend some time reviewing Sharon Public School’s Responsible Use Policy and discussing internet safety, cyberbullying, and copyright rules. After some work at the IWB we will return to our seats to watch two Brainpop movies and take the associated quiz. Click the pictures below to get to the movies.
Using the iPads, you will learn about Ellis Island, the place where over 12 million immigrants passed through in search of a better life. The Interactive Ellis Island Tour is rich in audio files and photographs. Use the document Ellis Island Tour to take notes while you read each web page carefully and click on the audio and photo links. Click on the picture of the Statue of Liberty to take you to the website. If you are done early watch the Brainpop movie on immigration and take the graded quiz.