Let’s Puzzle Together (from home)
Here is how . . .
WHAT: We will play Quizlet Live and Kahoot together from our individual homes with a variety of puzzles. We will continue until student return to school.
WHO: Grades 4 – 6 will play from 10:00 – 10:30 on Thursdays (Next games are April 23, April 30, May 7)
WHAT YOU NEED: You will need a laptop or tablet (or both) that is able to log on to quizlet.live and/or kahoot using a browser and also have the ability to connect to a WebEx. On the day before the game, we will send along the link to both of these.
SIGN UP: There is no cost to join us but we do need your email address so we can send you the link to connect to the webex and the game.
(python) TURTLE on TUESDAYS
TURTLE on TUESDAYS is a three week series of classes introducing students to the basics of python through a graphics package called turtle.
WHAT: Students will be introduced to the foundational concepts of programming in python including commands, colors, variables, random, and loops. The opportunity is free as part of our effort to keep kids engaged and learning. We do however, ask that you make a commitment to virtually join us at all three classes. We are not able to catch up a student who misses one of the dates.
- Tuesday, April 28 – 10:00 – 10:40
- Tuesday, May 5 – 10:00 – 10:40
- Tuesday, May 12 – 10:00 -10:40
WHO: We invite students in grades 4 through 8. Please keep in mind that we are not block coding and a student must type with attention to detail. Some Upper Elementary students are ready for this challenge and others might find it frustrating. Please consider your student’s focus before signing up to join us.
WHAT YOU NEED: You will need a laptop or iPad that is able to program in python. If you are using an iPad, you will need to download the Pythonista 3 app which costs $9.99. On a computer running Windows or IOS, you can download Mu for free. We will send along the directions.
SIGN UP: There is no cost to join us, but we do need an email address to get organized and your student’s name and grade to prepare our lessons appropriately.