Today we took part in the Hour of Code project. This gives the students a glimpse at computer languages and programming. You can visit Code.org to learn more. The students came up with some interesting variations on some apps and games! I was impressed.
The Apple store in Summit Mall is offering free hour long mini camps if you are interested in participating. You can reserve a date and time online.
Thanks to everyone that donated marshmallows, straws and toothpicks. I think we have plenty for our activity! Thank you!
I will try to post some pictures or videos once we complete our project.
Due to the short week, we will extend Lesson 10 to cover Nov. 23 – December 4. You can find all the lists and materials under the “Reading” link.
We need some donations for a future project. For Mr. Gabor’s homeroom we need regular or jumbo sized marshmallows and straight drinking straws (not flexible or bendy). For Mrs. Johnson’s class we need mini marshmallows and toothpicks. Thank you so much if you are able to help and send any of these items in!
I taught third grade for years. I moved to fourth grade a few years ago. I am so happy I was able to provide so many third grade teachers with a little bit of help and support. This site received thousands of visitors each day listening to the stories and downloading the vocabulary and spelling lists. It’s time to move on. I have put this off for too long. The old links and content are officially gone1. There are plenty of other sites with great content, but from this point forward I will only have links for fourth grade material.