With all the #TrittatHome digital learning you're doing, let's spend this next week practicing keyboarding with Maura. Head over to keyboarding, and click on Maura's KeySeeker link. If Adobe Flash is not enabled, click on the i or lock next to the web address or URL to enable it. If THAT doesn't work, click again and go to site settings and scroll down to the Flash puzzle piece to enable. Still having trouble? Email Mrs. Pascual for troubleshooting assistance. Email link is to the right.
I miss my Kindergarten kiddos! Ks, I need your help! Please fill out the form below to help my third graders with their unit on data collection. I would love to see a pic of you doing your favorite activity, too. Please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll make a slideshow and share the data third grade uses!
One of the strands we work on in the technology lab is computational thinking through coding in Code.org. This week finish a lesson (multiple coding puzzles) and answer the questions below in the comments if have time.
Was there anything hard about your puzzles today? Did you have any bugs in your code? How did you solve the problem and debug it?
Greetings, K friends! Miss you! If you haven't had a chance to take our survey about favorite outdoor activities. Scroll down to #TrittatHome2.
I know you love ABCYa and Fuzz bugs, so how about graphing with them! If time allows, practice keyboarding with Maura the monkey for 15 minutes or until you are rewarded with the parade!
Kindergartners, we are talking all about graphing in the fourth quarter! What's a graph you ask? Well, look below, and you'll see a picture graph I made about favorite ice cream flavors. I asked 20 Tritt teachers if they liked chocolate, vanilla, or bubblegum. Here's what I found out:
Which was the favorite flavor? If you said chocolate, you're right! I know you've graphed before in class, but I'm going to teach you about an app I love in the technology lab called The Graph Club. BUT, before I do, I want to collect some data to make a different kind of graph, a line graph. Watch one of my favorite stories below by Eric Carle. Be sure to pay attention to what the caterpillar eats Monday through Friday.
Here's our finished graph! What can you tell about the hungry caterpillar?
You're going to help us find out what everyone's favorite outdoor activity is by filling out the form below. I'll share the results after spring break!
Greetings from Mrs. Pascual! Check out the video. Recognize it?
Please watch this introduction to learn about our focus for this week: digital citizenship.
Watch this short video about staying safe online.
Let's visit the MOMA or Museum of Modern Art! *Be sure to use a computer as their interactive site uses Flash.