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TIME TO READ

Story Line Websites free literacy program where actors read to children

RAZ KIDS 

Time to Code: 

Ms. Ferrell 

Princess 

Purple Dragon

Mrs. Labenberg 

Ninja

Becoming a Google Genius 

Research Research Research 

African Americans who Changed our World

Google Jr. 

Encyclopedia Facts Kiddle 

Encyclopedia Kids Britannica 

Steps for Success for research 

1. Type key words into Google Jr. or Encyclopedia Facts or Encyclopedia Britannica 

2. Read your choices carefully to find the site that has your answer.

3. Find another site that answers your question to find out if it agrees with your first answer 

4. Write down the websites addresses where you found your answers

Be an Upstander not a Bystander ! Stand up to Bullies ! Choose kindness!

Kindess and caring link 

Evolve Game 

LESSON  TYPING

I can find the home row keys

I can place my fingers on home row keys

I can sit correctly in my chair so I can type faster

I can use posters around the room to help me learn

Typing speed test

6 Secret Keyboarding Techniques

Top Row Key Video

Learning the Home row a s d f j k l ;

Learn your home row keys starting with j and f 

Click here to practice typing with two hand with typing club 

Kidztype

Room Recess Typing Games 

Now that we know our Home row it’s time to work on our speed our goal is 30 words per minute YOU CAN DO IT! 

Nitrotype Typing Racing Game

CODING 

Rylee Jones Flappy Bird Game 

Fix a Robot Hour of Code

Students will be able to :

    • Describe what an algorithm is​
    • Block Program to solve puzzles 
    • Find Patterns and use loops to make programs shorter
    • Find Bugs in your Programs and fix them 
  • Be Persistent! 

STEM PROJECT 1 CATAPULTS!

SWL: 

    • Research catapults and explain what they are and what they were used for
    • Design a catapult​
  • Build a catapult out of Lego

CLICK HERE TO RESEARCH CATAPULTS

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO OF STUDENTS BUILDING A CATAPULT 

Research the Solar System 

RAZ KIDS 

Tynker 

Lesson 2 Navigating a Website/

How to use Mrs Hassey’s website/ Vocabulary

Vocabulary: URL Website Search Engine

Goal: To navigate through Mrs. Hassey’s website to describe what information each page includes.

Web Quest #1


  1.     Click this link to learn About Mrs. Hassey What is my job as a teacher? ( according to my “About Me” Page) How many dogs do I have? What kind of doll am I holding?
  2. Using the menu click on “About This Class” tab and read the page. Name 1 thing you are looking forward to learning in this class this year? How many grade points can you earn in a day? How do you earn a grade point? Is there a word or sentence you didn’t know or understand?
  3. What is the website address (URL) for this page? Click here and copy the definition of URL
  4. Click here to find “Search Engine” and GAMES  According to my page what is a search engine? Name 1 example of an approved ” kid safe” search engine.

By the end of the lesson you will be able to answer the following questions:

What kind of information is found in the “About ” page ?

Navigate the website using the site menu.

Find grading rubric.

How to use reference websites to help you with words you don’t know?

Vocabulary URL, Website, and Search Engine?

Navigate the Internet using approved search engines and games.

Directions:

  1. Open a new Word Document
  2. Title it Your name and Journal
  3.  Answer the above questions 1-4 in a new Word document .
  4. When finished save work :

SAVE AS : Document: Third Grade Folder: YOUR FULL NAME and Journal.doc

Example: Save as :

HarryHendersonJournal.doc

DO NOW 

code.org 

EMAIL 

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP PORTAL 

SWL:

Communication: Twalkers:

  • learn that cell phones are powerful, convenient tools for communication.
  • identify situations in which using cell phones can be rude or distracting.
  • reflect on the benefits of focusing on one task at a time.

Privacy: Share Jumper

  • reflect on the benefits of sharing online, while acknowledging that information can spread fast and far.
  • classify information that should be kept private online.
  • predict the effect that an online post or message might have on someone’s reputation.

Cyberbullying: E-volve

  • compare different forms of cyberbullying and the roles of those involved.
  • interpret scenarios that illustrate how targets of cyberbullying feel.
  • identify ways to be an “Upstander” when cyberbullying occurs.

Search: Search Shark

  • learn how keywords can help them find information online.
  • evaluate keywords for their relevance and helpfulness.
  • practice identifying the most effective keywords for different search scenarios.

 Creative Credit: Mix-n-Mash

Students will:

  • learn about copyright, credit, and plagiarism and apply it to their own creative work.
  • reflect on the ethical importance of giving credit to others for their work.
  • determine how to receive credit for their digital creations.

HARVEST CELEBRATION WEEK ! 

LET’S MAKE A HAUNTED HOUSE IN PAINT!

CLICK HERE FOR STEP BY STEP TUTORIAL 

Loop is a pattern that repeats itself over and over 

Bee Loops

Artist Loops

Angry Birds Maze Loops 

Code.org:Artists Sequence 

Code.org: Bee Sequence 

Computer Program is an algorithm in code 

Code.org – start here

Hour of Code – Once you mastered Angry Birds then try one of these Coding games.

Algorithm is a set of instructions, directions, steps 

Lesson 4 The Power of Words

What should you do when someone uses mean or scary language on the Internet?

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to …

• empathize with those who have received mean and hurtful messages.

• judge what it means to cross the line from harmless to harmful communication online.

• generate solutions for dealing with cyberbullying.

• Watch the video “The Power of Words,”

Assignment Power of Words 

Directions: 

Create a comic book strip about cyber bullying. The story needs two parts. 

Part 1 the cyber bullying incident Part 2 the solution how does a good digital citizen handle cyber bullying? 

Click this link use the username and password you saved to your teachers folder on your desktop 

Lesson 3 Private and Personal Information

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to …

  • learn about the benefits of sharing information online, but also about the safety and security risks of sharing certain types of information.
  •  understand what type of information can put them at risk for identity theft and other scams.
  •  distinguish between personal information, which is safe to share online, and private information, which is unsafe to share.

Practice! 

Now click here to create a username and password for typingclub.com this way you can track your progress

Once you created the username and password create a Word Document named : IDs  save your typing club username and password in your teachers folder

WATCH THESE VIDEOS

Oversharing

What is Personal Information 

Protect Personal and Private Information 

Lesson 2 Rings of Responsibility

What kind of responsibility does a good citizen have?

Students will reflect on their online responsibilities.

Students will examine their online responsibilities.

Students will learn that good digital citizens are responsible and respectful in the digital world and beyond.

Lesson Part A 

What to do: 

  1. Watch video
  2.  Open a Word Document Title it Journal and answer the following questions :

1. What is responsibility : Watch this video then

click here to access the dictionary to look up the definition you can use copy and paste or practice your typing skills!

2. What is your responsibility to yourself as a good citizen ?

3. What is your responsibility to your family as a good citizen ?

4. What is your responsibility to your community ( school, neighborhood, city) as a good citizen ?

DONT FORGET TO SAVE YOUR WORK TO YOUR TEACHERS FOLDER, TITLE IT JOURNAL AND YOUR NAME TO GET CREDIT FOR TODAYS LESSON

Lesson Part B 
Responsibilities of Digital Citizens 

1. Watch Video on Responsibilities of Digital Citizens
2. Go to your teachers file on your desktop and open your journal and date it with today’s date and answer the below questions.

3. Name a responsibility you have to your yourself as a digital citizen ?

4. Name a responsibility you have to your family as a digital citizen ?

5. Name a responsibility you have to your community ( school, neighborhood, city) as a digital citizen ? 

DONT FORGET TO SAVE YOUR WORK TO GET CREDIT FOR TODAYS LESSON

 

Lesson 1 Know the Tech Rules!

Goal: Students will use computer applications to prove that they know and understand the Tech Lab Rules

Directions:

Open PowerPoint Program
create 7 slides 1: Title slide ; first, last name date,Tech Lab Rules! Slide 2-7 contain 1 rule and a picture that expresses that rule
Only use search engines from this website.

Inside Your Computer Parts How does it Work? 

Hassey Fun Pet  Blog 

Create Your Own Website/Blog 

How to create Website Using Wix.com Video 

LEGO ROBOTICS DRUMMING MONKEY POWER POINT 

Research:

Robots: 

Parts of the Computer 

Short cartoon what happens inside your computer