STEM/Technology

Grade Level Pages

****Kindergarten****

Rotation 1:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Welcome

Introduce Computer Parts

Computer Parts Game

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Mouse Skill Building

 

Rotation 2:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Review how to operate the mouse. Then, students will use Letterland software for hands-on skill practice.

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Students will create a silly face with their mouse:)

Make a Face!

Mouse skill practice continued with "Make a House" activity
 

Build a House Activity Link

 

Rotation 3:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Students will be introduced to logging into their computers independently with their student id #s .

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After logging in, students will begin to explore the keyboard today. They will begin to recognize the letters on their keyboards.

Click, Clack, Moo Cows that Type story read aloud
Type Rocket Jr. Logo with link

 Today students will continue learning and exploring the keyboard by putting the letters on their keyboard.

Keyboard Challenge

 

Rotation 4:

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

 

Rotation 5:
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Students will continue to practice logging in and then navigating to their Kindergarten STEM/Technology page.
 

Keyboarding practice

 Keyboarding practice

 

Enrichment Activities:

Road Rally - Strategy, Arrow Keys, Spacebar  Alphabetical Order  Letter Match - Upper Case and Lowercase Letters  Spelling Pratice  Learning Coins  Numerical Order  Cookie Checkout  Oscar's Trash Collection - Sorting  Brush Your Teeth!  Number Bingo     Type the Home Row 

1st Grade

 

Rotation 1:

 

 

 

Dance Mat Typing Lessons

Typing Level One Typing Level Two

Rotation 2:

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3

Internet Safety Lesson

Internet Safety Stoplight Lesson

san Diego zoo kids

My Online Neighborhood Video Link

Google Slide Selfie Project:

King

Houchins

Arnold

Moss

Lawing

 

 

Rotation 3:

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3

**add 5 character traits to your slide**

Google Slide Selfie Project:

King

Houchins

Arnold

Moss

Lawing

 

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**Pixel Picture Activity (click here!!)**

 

Rotation 4:

Day 1-3
Classroom centers

 Students will work in Technology Centers:

 

Enrichment - Work on these enrichment activities after lessons.

Mouse Practice  Bees and HoneyNumber BingoWord BingoConnect the Dots - Mouse Practice

Typing Practice

Keyboard Zoo Typing Rocket Keyboard Climber

   

2nd Grade

Rotation 1:

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3

Typing Rocket

 Keyboard Climber

 

 

Dance Mat Typing (See Below)

 

Rotation 2: Copy, Cut, and Paste Shortcuts

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

copy and paste

*All About My Selfie Seesaw Activity in small groups

*All About My Selfie Seesaw Activity in small groups

*All About My Selfie Seesaw Activity in small groups

 

Dance Mat Typing Lessons

Typing Level One Typing Level Two Typing Level ThreeTyping Level Four
Typing Stage 5 Typing Stage 6Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 

Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10 Stage 11 Stage 12

Rotation 3:

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3

Dance Mat Typing

(see your card and use the links above to access your next stage!!)

Google Slide Monthly Project: (click on your teacher's name) 

Sirianni

Hudson

Hall

Baunach

Smith

Romero

 

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Share projects

 

Rotation 4:

Day 1-3

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Seesaw Selfie Activity

 

 

Keyboard Practice

Typing Rocket Keyboard Climber

Mouse Practice

Mouse Practice 

3rd Grade

Rotation 1: 
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Set up Passwords

Password Rap Image

Typing Practice

BOY Typing Test

(see link below)

*take test 3 times and record your scores by circling the highest score

 

Rotation 2:
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Learning to Type Presentation

Students will graph their BOY typing .

Also set their own personal typing goal for the year.

Team Building STEM Paper Chain Challenge

NEARpod

 

Rotation 3: 
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

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Create our Digital Footprints

Digital Footprint image with link to Tagxedo word cloud maker

*Seesaw Digital Footprint Activity

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*Seesaw Digital Footprint Activity

 

Rotation 4: 

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Geometric Shapes using
Microsoft Word

Students will complete
their Microsoft Word
Project on Geometric
Shapes

Seesaw Selfie Activity

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Typing Practice:
Typing Rocket Keyboard Climber

 

Typing Test

 All students will take a typing test assessment to determine their word per minute (wpm) typing. The typing test is only one minute. Students will record their scores each quarter and set their typing goals.

Typing Test- click here!!! 

4th Grade

Rotation 1: 
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Set up Passwords

Password Rap Image

 

BOY Typing Test

(see link below)

*take test 3 times and record your scores

by circling the highest score

 

Rotation 2:
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Learning to Type Presentation

Students will graph their BOY typing .

Also set their own personal typing goal for the year.

Team Building STEM Paper Chain Challenge

NEARpod

 

Rotation 3:
Day 1 Day 2

Day 3

Super Digital Citizen Intro

Super Digital Citizen Presentation Logo
Create Your Own Web-Warrior link
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Chatterpix activity on Seesaw

NEARpod

 

Rotation 4:
Day 1 Day 2

Day 3

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Chatterpix activity on Seesaw

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Digital Superhero Activity
on Seesaw
Typing Practice
(See games below)

 

Typing Practice:
Typing Rocket Keyboard Climber

Typing Test

 All students will take a typing test assessment to determine their word per minute (wpm) typing. The typing test is only one minute. Students will record their scores each quarter and set their typing goals.

Typing Test- click here!!! 

 

 

5th Grade

 

Rotation 1: 
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Set up Passwords

Password Rap Image

Typing Practice

BOY Typing Test

(see link below)

*take test 3 times and record your scores

by circling the highest score

 

Rotation 2:
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Learning to Type Presentation

Students will graph their BOY typing .

Also set their own personal typing goal for the year.

Team Building STEM Paper Chain Challenge

NEarpod

 

Rotation 3:
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3


50 States Project Introduction

Kids Info Bits Resource Link

Google Slides (Click on your class)

Yelton
Wawak
O'Connell
Coughlin
Jones


State Outlines

 

Rotation 4:
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3

Google Slides (Click on your class)

Yelton
Wawak
O'Connell
Coughlin
Jones

 

State Outlines

 

Typing Practice:

Typing Rocket Keyboard Climber

Typing Test

 All students will take a typing test assessment to determine their word per minute (wpm) typing. The typing test is only one minute. Students will record their scores each quarter and set their typing goals.

Typing Test- click here!!! 

Teacher Tools

  • K-3 STEM Lessons
    This site is centered to Kindergarten through 3rd Grade STEM lessons. Included is lesson ideas and lots of resources that are ready to use.
    http://www.maryville-schools.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=4713
  • 100 AWESOME Engineering Lessons for Kids
    Looking for a STEM activity? Look no further! There is a STEM lesson prepared to use in your classroom. Materials, lesson, and examples included on each activity.
    http://constructionmanagementdegree.org/blog/2010/100-awesome-engineering-projects-for-kids/
  • What does a STEM lesson look like?
    Here is a blog of a teacher that explains the basics of STEM teaching. No matter the grade level or content you are teaching you can create a STEM lesson:)
    http://www.rimwe.com/the-solver-blog/10.html
  • Symbaloo (Getting Started)
    The link provides and introduction to Symbaloo. During March Technology Professional Development we will create a symbaloo account and begin setting up our webmix. Symbaloo can be accessed on any mobile device or computer. Information is stored on a cloud meaning you can access your favorite ANYWHERE and not risk looking them:)
    http://youtu.be/oOA4xx-1s9s
  • Blooming Apps
    Another great website created by our own ISS Kathy Beck and Karen VanVliet. They have organize apps into Bloom's Taxonomy categories. They also included the pictures of the apps for easy searching.
    https://sites.google.com/site/bloomingapps/home/theapps
  • Blooms Digital Web Tools
    Created by our very own ISS staff (Kathy Beck and Karen VanVliet). This site organizes apps for each level of Bloom's Taxonomy.
    https://sites.google.com/site/bloomsdigitalwebtool/
  • "My 35 Free iPad Apps for Teachers" from: Scholastic
    This is a collection of 35 FREE apps for teachers. They are great suggestions:)
    http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/top-teaching/2012/12/my-35-favorite-free-apps-teaching
  • iPad Apps for Teachers (by category)
    Here you can access apps based on what you would like your students to do. For example, collaborate apps, blog apps, digital storytelling, create presentations, etc.
    http://edtechteacher.org/index.php/teaching-technology/mobile-technology-apps/ipad-as
  • Reading Eggs
    Reading Eggs teaches children aged 3-7 how to read with fun and motivational online reading lessons and phonics games
    http://readingeggs.com/login
  • Education City
    EducationCity’s award-winning web-based, instructional intervention tool provides fun and engaging student activities and teaching resources correlated to state and Common Core standards in pre-K through 6th grade language arts, math, science, and ESL. Our interactive educational activities capture the attention of young learners with bright colors, catchy music and a lovable cast of characters - inspiring a lifelong love of learning.
    http://us.educationcity.com/us/login-page
  • Study Island
    Study Island is a leading academic software provider of standards-based assessment, instruction, and test preparation e-learning programs.
    http://www.studyisland.com/cfw/login/
  • Reading A-Z
    Thousands of downloadable, projectable, printable teacher materials, covering all the skills necessary for effective reading instruction.
    http://www.readinga-z.com/
  • Discovery Education
    Discovery Education is committed to improving teaching and learning by transforming traditional classrooms into engaging digital learning environments.
    http://www.discoveryeducation.com/
  • Virtual Field Trip
    Students can experience everything about a field trip without physically leaving the classroom. This website offers step-by-step instructions on how to plan your class field trip!
    http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech/tech071.shtml
  • Using Technology in the Classroom
    Lots of interesting ideas and applications to use in your classroom.
    http://edte.ch/blog/interesting-ways/
  • Class Dojo- Interactive Behavior Management
    Class Dojo offers a fun way for students to become aware and responsible for their classroom behavior. Teachers are able to comment about behavior each day and results can be sent to parents to improve communication between the classroom and home.
    http://www.classdojo.com
  • Digital Citizenship Wiki
    This is a wiki created by Jackie Parker that discusses digital citizenship. There are many links here for information, videos, and sites for students to explore.
     
    http://ruadigicit.pbworks.com

Technology Vocabulary

  • Computer Lab Vocabulary List

    This is the complete list of words used in the computer lab.  Words are divided into grade level during class.

     

    Active cell  - The thick-bordered cell where you can enter numbers or formulas in 
    a spreadsheet.

    Alignment  - How your text conforms to the left and right margins of a page. The text 
    can be right-aligned, centered, left-aligned, or fully-aligned/justified.

    AND -  A way to search for information using the words AND, OR and NOT. Boolean 
    logic was created by English mathematician George Boole 150 years ago.

    Animated Clipart  -  A moving clip art graphic.

    Anti-Virus - An application designed to search for viruses and repair files on a computer.

    Applications - Programs that allow you to accomplish certain tasks such as write letters, 
    analyze numbers, sort files, manage finances, draw pictures, and play games.

    Arrow keys - The keys on computer keyboard used to move the cursor up, down, left, 
    or right on your screen.

    Ascending Order - Organizing or sorting information in order from smallest to largest, 
    or A-Z or 1-9

    Audio - Relating to sound or its reproduction of sound.

     

    AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) - A set of rules and guidelines that are set up to 
    regulate Internet use and to protect the user.

    Axis - A feature of a chart, on which you can plot numbers. The horizontal line is 
    called the X-axis, and the vertical line is called the Y-axis.

    Bar graph - One type of graph developed from spreadsheet data that uses parallel 
    bars to compare data and changes in data over time.

    Bold -  A style of text that makes a letter or word darker and thicker to stand 
    out in a document.

    Button bar - A horizontal strip of buttons near the top of a window. It provides 
    shortcuts for commonly used commands. Also known as a toolbar. 

     

    Buttons  - The little boxes on your screen that you click on with your mouse to 
    accomplish a task. Most buttons contain small pictures (icons) that display what they 
    do, such as a small printer that can be clicked on to print a document.

     

    Calculate - The working of mathematical equations. Formulas that are usually used 
    in spreadsheets allow the computer to automatically perform calculations.

    Cell - The space at the intersection of a row and column in a spreadsheet.

    Chart - A way to present information from a spreadsheet in the form of graphs 
    or tables. 

    Circle graph - A picture showing the relationship of two or more sets of data 
    using a circle.

    Clip art - Drawings you can add to your documents or presentations. Clip art 
    includes items such as cartoons, maps, symbols, and flags. 

    Collaborate - To work jointly with others or together especially in an 
    intellectual endeavor.

    Column - The vertical divisions in a spreadsheet that are named with 
    an alphabetical letter.

    Copy - To make an exact copy of information in your document, so you can 
    place in order to duplicate it in a new location.

    Copyright Law - The law that protects the exclusive legal right to reproduce, 
    publish, sell, or distribute the matter and form of something

    CPU (Central Processing Unit) -  The main chip that allows computers to 
    do millions of calculations per second and makes it possible for users to write letters and balance your checkbook.

    Credits  - To give reference to the creator and source of the information 
    used in a presentation.

    Cursor - This is where the action is located on your screen, represented 
    by a flashing line. When you type on your keyboard, the information appears at the cursor.

    Cyberbully - The electronic posting of mean-spirited messages about a 
    person (as a student) often done anonymously.

     

    Database - A database is an organized collection of related information 

     

    that can be used for searches. An application that helps manage large collections of information. 

     

    Delete - A key used to erase characters.

    Descending Order - Organizing or sorting information in order from 
    largest to smallest, Z-A or 9-1

    Desktop - The background on the windows, menus, and dialog boxes 
    on a PC. It is supposed to represent a desk.

    Desktop publishing - Using features of word processing/DTP software 
    to format and produce documents, letters, reports, flyers, and newsletters with graphics.

    Digital - Characterized by electronic and especially computerized technology.

     

    Domain - The part of an Internet address that identifies where a person's 
    account is located. For example, in the address jdoe@dpi.state.nc.us the 
    domain is everything after the @.

    e-books - A book composed in or converted to digital format for display 
    on a computer screen or handheld device. 

    Electronic - of, relating to, or utilizing devices constructed or working 
    by the methods or principles of electronics.

     

    E-mail - Sending and receiving messages through a computer network. 
    This process requires a computer, modem or network connection, and an e-mail address. 

    Edit - To make changes in a document or presentation.

    Enter/Return - The key used to begin a new line in a word processor, 
    or to enter information into a spreadsheet. It is the same as clicking OK in a dialog box.

    Entry bar - The field where information is entered in a spreadsheet.

    Ethical - Involving questions of right and wrong behavior, following accepted 
    rules of behavior: morally right and good.

    Evaluate - To determine the significance, worth, or condition of usually by 
    careful appraisal and study.

    Field - A place in a database record where a category of information can 
    be entered or located.

    File - A set of related records in a database.

    Firewall - Technology that prevents users from visiting inappropriate 
    web sites, and protects the network from unauthorized users.

    Font - The shape and style of text.

    Format - To set the margins, tabs, font or line spacing in layout of a document.

    Formatting Tools - Tools that are used to give shape, size, and 
    general makeup (as of something printed).

     

    Freeware - Software written and then donated to the public, so 
    anyone is free to copy it and share it with their friends. This is not 
    the same as shareware or commercial software, which is supposed to be paid for.

     

    Gif (Graphic Interchange Format) (Pronounced "jiff.") - A file format for 
    pictures, photographs, and drawings that are compressed so that they can 
    be sent across telephone lines quickly.

     

    Graph - A picture showing the relationship of one or more sets of 
    numbers to each other. Some graph types are line, bar, area, and pie graphs.

    Graphic - Images/pictures created, edited, and/or published using a computer. 

    Hacker - An unauthorized person who secretly gains access to computer files.

    Hardware - Part of the computer system such as a keyboard, screen, 
    mouse, joystick, printer, speakers, etc.

    Highlight or Select - To choose part of a document by clicking and 
    dragging over it with the mouse to highlight the text.

    Home page - An introductory screen on a web page on the World Wide Web, 
    used to welcome visitors. A home page can include special text or graphics 
    on which you click to jump to related information on other pages on the Web. 

    Home row - Keys on the keyboard with fingers of the left hand are on A-S-D-F 
    and fingers on the right hand on J-K-L-;

    Host - The name given to a computer directly connected to the Internet. 
    Host computers are associated with computer networks, online services, or 
    bulletin board systems.

    Hyperlink or Hypertext - Special text when clicked jumps the user from 
    one related topic to another.

    Illustration - Clip art, graphics or drawings on a computer.

     

    Image - A visual representation of something like a likeness of an object 
    produced on a photographic material or a picture produced on an electronic display.

     

    Indent - To set the first line of a paragraph in from the margin in a word processing document.

     

    Intellectual Property - The property (as an idea, invention, or process) 
    that derives from the work of the mind or intellect

     

     

    Internet - Term given to the network of computers that provide information world-wide.

     

    Jpeg (Joint Photographic Experts Group) - A standard for shrinking 
    graphics so they can be sent faster between modems and take up less space on your hard drive.

     

    Keyboard - The hardware device used to enter letters into the computer.

    Keyword - A word or reference point used to describe content on a web 
    page that search engines use to properly index the page.

    Label - The term given to the words entered on a spreadsheet usually 
    naming a column.

    Landscape - The page setup that permits a document to be printed in a horizontal position.

    Line graph - A graph used to display trends and compare data.

    Line spacing - The span between lines of text

    Linear - Moving in a straight line or path; a multimedia presentation 
    that moves in a straight line from image to image. 

    Links  - Connections that bridge one image, page, or word to another
     by clicking on a highlighted word or phrase.

    Math Symbols - Symbols used in a search.

      > Greater than symbol
     < Less than symbol used in a search
    Greater than or equal to
    Less than or equal to
    Not equal
     = Equal to 

     

    Monitor - The device with a screen used to show computer images.

    Mouse - A tool used to move the cursor and pointer around the screen.

    Multimedia  - To use a combination of text, pictures, sounds, movies, 
    and/or animation in a presentation.

    Netiquette -Etiquette governing communications on the Internet.

    Network - A system of connected computers that allows the sharing of 
    files and equipment. There are two types of networks: local area network 
    (LAN) and wide area network (WAN).

     

    Non-linear  - Not moving in a straight line or path; a multimedia 
    presentation that transitions from one image to another in an order 
    that is preset, but not necessarily in a straight path.

     

    Numeric - Keypad The portion of a keyboard, set up like an adding 
    machine or calculator used to enter numbers and equations quickly into the computer.

    Online Resources - Internet information available to a computer user.

    Online Safety - Precautions taken to protect personal information and 
    images from being misused by others.

    OR - Formal name given to advanced search strategies using AND, 
    OR and NOT connectors. Boolean logic was created by English 
    mathematician George Boole 150 years ago. 

    Page Set Up - The term in reference to the way a document is formatted to print.

    Password - A code for the security protection to allow access to a 
    computer or the computer programs.

    Paste - To insert the last information that was cut or copied into a 
    document. Cut and paste can be used to move information within or between documents.

    Pictogram - Pictures used to create a bar graph chart

    Pie graph - Circle graph divided into pieces that look like portions of a pie.

    Portrait - The default page setup that prints the document vertically.

    Print  - To put what is on the computer screen on paper. It creates a 
    paper copy of the document created on the computer.

    Printer - A hardware device used to make a paper copy of what is 
    created on the computer. 

    Probeware - Computer assisted data collection tools.


    Public Domain - Software written and then donated to the public. 
    Anyone can use and copy public domain software free of charge, 
    but it is not always the same quality as commercial software.

    Record - A collection of related field and entries.

    Retrieve - Open a saved document.

    Row - The horizontal divisions in a spreadsheet named with a number.

    Save -  To storing information on a floppy disk, hard drive or CD 
    for later use. Work should be saved often, every 5 or 10 minutes, 
    to make sure your latest changes are safely recorded.

    Save As - To save a document with a new name.

    Search - To look for specific information on the internet or computer.

    Search Engines - Software that searches, gathers and identifies 
    information from a database based on keywords, indices, titles and text. 

    Search Strategies - There are 3 basic ways to begin a search.  
    1. Try to guess at the URL.  
    2. Use Subject directories provided by some search engines. The 
    selected resources are grouped by subject, categories, and 
    subcategories that can be used for keyword search or to browse the categories.  
    3. Use a search engine for large searches using unique keywords or 
    combinations of keywords to narrow the search.

    Security - Protection of computer, computer files or a computer 
    network from use without permission of the owner or owners. 

    Select or Highlight - To choose part of a document by clicking and 
    dragging over it with the mouse to highlight the text.

    Server - A special computer used to store programs and files, and 
    then sends it out to other computers one or all at a time.

    Shareware - Software that can be tried before you purchase.

    Software - Programs that allow you to accomplish 
    certain tasks such as write letters, analyze numbers, sort files, manage finances, draw pictures, and play games.

    Sort - Arranging information in a specific order (usually ascending and descending).

    Spreadsheet - An application that can be used to do calculations, 
    analyze and present data. It includes tools for organizing, managing, 
    sorting and retrieving data and testing "what if " statements. 

    Stand Alone Computer - A computer that does not rely upon any 
    other computer or server to work. 

    Storyboard - A graphic organizer used for planning and developing 
    a multimedia report/presentation. The contents, layout, and formatting 
    of each card/slide and the linking together of the cards/slides.

    Table - Columns and rows of cells that can be filled with text that are 
    used to organize information 

    Telecommunication - The act of sending and receiving information, 
    such as data, text, pictures, voice, and video. The exchange of information 
    can be within a building or around the globe.

    Text  - Words on a page.

    Thesaurus - A feature in most word processors used to replace a word 
    in a document with one that is more suitable and adds variety to your writing.

    URL Address - Uniform Resource Locator Website address. Example: https://www.iss.k12.nc.us 

    User name - First part of an e-mail address. Example: jmwinton is the user 
    name of the following e-mail address. jmwinton@iss.k12.nc.us 

    Value - The term for a number in a spreadsheet that can be added, 
    subtracted, multiplied or divided.

    Vandalism - The intentional act of destroying computer files or 
    computer networks. 

    Video - A recording similar to a videotape but stored in digital form.

     

    Virus - A computer program designed to damage computer files.

    Visualization - The act or process of interpreting in visual terms or of putting into visible form

    Web Address - Universal Resource Locator (URL). 

    Example: http://www.carteretcountyschools.org

    Web Browser - A computer program used for accessing sites or information on a

    network (like the World Wide Web)

    Wiki - A web site that allows visitors to make changes, contributions, or corrections 

    to a site.  it is a collaboration tool.

    Word processing- Using keyboarding skills to produce documents

    such as letters, reports, manuals, and newsletters.

     

    Word wrap- This occurs when you get to the end of a line and
    continue typing the text will then go to the next line.

    Worm- A computer file designed to do damage that goes through
    a computer and possibly a network

    WWW (World Wide Web)- The section of the Internet that allows
    access to text, graphics, sound, and even video. A lot of free
    information can be found on the WWW.

    WYSIWYG- an acronym for "What You See Is What You Get" and
    is pronounced "wizzy wig." WYSIWYG simply means that the text and
    graphics shown on your screen exactly match your printouts.

Robotics

Robotics 2019-20 Season

 

Mission Overview

Parent Form

City Shaper Season Kickoff Video

Welcome to our Robotics page! If you are in 4th or 5th grade and interested in applying for a position on our competitive team this year, please complete the form below! All forms must be completed by students with parent permission:)

Applications will be accepted until September 3rd!!!! Please note there will only be 15 members on the competing robotics team this year. 

2019-20 Competing Robotics Team Application

Fun Sites

Halloween Fun!!

Ghost Typing

Ghost Typing Junior

 

Halloween Candy Hunt

 

Halloween Crossword Puzzle

 

Halloween Hop

 

Halloween Word Search

 

Make a Pumpkin

 

Pumpkin Carving

 

Pumpkin Matching

 

Trick or Treat

 

Digital Breakout Box

HELP SPIDEY SAVE HIS HALLOWEEN (DIGITAL)

 

 

Coding @ LES (Hour of Code)

Click here to open Lakeshore Elementary Coding Courses and Hour of Code Activities