Now that we have covered the directions for this assignment (in class), take a look at this website called "ReadWriteThink Printing Press": http://interactives.mped.org/view_interactive.aspx?id=110&title. You will be using this site to create you finished portion of the classroom newspaper. You will have an opportunity during computer lab to work with this site. However, feel free to browse the site at home or begin working on it at home, for your convenience. Enjoy!
Hello students! We are going to begin a newsweek theme beginning next week. You all will be coming together to create a classroom newspaper (extended directions will be given in class). Students will be able to write about a variety of different topics, such as literature reviews, recently covered science topics, historic current events, mathematics topics such as surveys and graphs, and so on. This will be a review/extension of work that we have previously covered in class, or topics that we are currently covering. Stay tuned for more information soon to come!
Please use this Spell City website to help you practice your weekly spelling words. You can "Test Me," "Teach Me," or "Play a Game" with the weekly spelling words, all of which should help increase your success on your spelling tests. Here is the website: http://www.spellingcity.com/
I wanted to share a website I thought you might enjoy...this game is called "Water Busters" and here is the link: http://www2.seattle.gov/util/waterbusters/
This goes right along with our Earth Science Unit "Water on Earth." This game focuses on saving water and you will help Phil Dumpster go around his house and conserve wasted water. Enjoy!
My names Courtney and I just completed the Credential Program for Teaching. Now, I'm working on a Masters in Digital Technology in Education. I'm married to man that I absolutely adore and have two beautiful children who are 6 and 4 years old.