Rotation 19: February 25 – March 4

Fourth Grade

Third Grade

Second Grade

  • Voicethread – Build your Wildself
  • Online Atlas
  • PowerPoint – Community

First Grade

Kindergarten

  • Letter O – Read Moon Bear
  • Pattens and Shapes – Carnival Countdown

Rotation 18: February 17-24

Fourth Grade

Dewey Decimal Quiz

Third Grade

Dewey Decimal Quiz

Second Grade

Habitats – Build Your Wild Self

First Grade

100s day KidPix activity

Kindergarten

100s day KidPix activity

Happy Valentine’s Day

Candy Heart Enjoy your break!

Rotation 17: February 5-13

Fourth Grade

  • Dewey labels – Students will finish PowerPoint for each hundred’s category and insert appropriate clip art.

Third Grade

  • Dewey labels – Students will finish PowerPoint for each hundred’s category and insert appropriate clip art.

Second Grade

  • Map of your neighborhood. Students will create a map legend and identify locations on a map.

First Grade

  • What do you Love? – Draw a picture of what your favorite thing is and why it is special to you. We will take the completed pictures and create a Valentine’s video.

Kindergarten

  • The Letter M (Monsters) – Read – Where the Wild Thing Are
  • Continue I Spy CD activity. Practice reading and clicking the mouse

Doodle 4 Google Contest

This year’s Doodle 4 Google asks the question, “What I Wish for the World?” This competition is open to all K-12 students to create a Google logo involving what students wish for the world. Parents can read the contest rules here. Students will need to have your parents sign a Consent Form in order to participate.

Parents click here to view how judging will be conducted and the prizes awarded. Registration closes at 11:59:59 PM Pacific time on March 17, 2009 and entries are due by 11:59:59 PM Pacific time on March 31, 2009.

Below are Doodle 4 Google’s guidelines:

If you are a parent or student, go ask your teacher to register your school. In the meantime, everything you need to start doodling is below.

  • The doodle should be presented on a white, landscape sheet of 8.5 x 11 inch paper.
  • You can download the Google logo template: Download PDF file or Download GIF file
  • The winning doodle will be displayed on the Google.com homepage, so the Google logo should be clearly visible and recognizable.
  • The doodle can be in pencil, crayons, felt tip or paint, or can be done using computer drawing or design software.
  • Unfortunately, we can’t accept entries which use additional materials to create 3D effects.
  • Please encourage your students to create original designs. Be inspired by Dennis Hwang, our original doodler – but don’t recreate his designs.