Type your writing prompt using Google Docs. There are things you need to remember before, during, and after typing. You’ll practice skills such as changing the font and size, adjusting alignment, using the spell checker, and inserting clip-art.
Build a snowman, type a description, and see if a student from another class can re-create your snowman based upon the description you wrote. First, build your snowman on the Make a Snowman website. Tell a teacher when you’re ready to print and type your name when prompted.
Next, use Stationary Studio to type your description. Use the snowman template under Holidays & Seasons. Have a teacher check, save, then print.
Once finished you will exchange your snowman with a student from another class and see how accurately he/she can re-create it.
Below is a sample description:
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Run and jump into coding! Sprite Box is a game-based coding app which is a mix of exploration and coding. By giving Sprite programs of instructions to follow, you can advance through unique worlds and help free Sprite’s bottled-up friends. You’ll have the option of using icon-based coding or real Java syntax. Have fun!