Home page for January:
Click the button below and use the Snowman Construction Kit along with the glyph directions to build your snowman! Emailing can only be done at home and only with parent permission!
Martin Luther King Jr. Microsoft Microsoft Word Formatting! Todays lesson is to learn how to minimize and maximize as well as "copy" and "paste" in Microsoft Word. Practice minimizing and maximizing together as a class. This doesn't close your program, it just tucks it away to you can access it later! Today you will be working between two screens--the Martin Luther King Jr. lesson and your Microsoft Word document.
Click on the picture below to access this months lesson. You will have two URL's with Martin Luther King Jr.'s quotes and a button that will take you to a photo gallery. Copy and paste your picture and quote into a Microsoft Word document. To layer your objects, select the picture and under "format" select "text wrap" and move it back (behind). Highly your text and change the color so it stands out. Change the font style and size and don't forget to center it!
Click the germ to listen to an article from Kids Health about germs!
Shared technology in classrooms introduces new high-touch surfaces for spreading germs. Unfortunately the computer mouse, keyboard, and tablet surfaces found in school computer labs and classrooms had some of the highest germ counts. It turns out that these devices could put a host of potentially harmful bacteria -- including E. coli and staph -- quite literally at our fingertips.
To keep our lab clean and as "germ free" as we can, please feel free to contribute boxes of tissues, hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes. All and any donations made would be greatly appreciated!
Soon we will celebrate Martin Luther King Day-- Monday, January 19th! Watch the video below to learn more about why we celebrate this special day!
2nd & 3rd Grade LessonClick on the link to watch the slide show on Martin Luther King. When you finish, click on the Google Slide "Word Web" to make a copy and fill in the web to show what you have learned!