Create a brief movie in Explain Everything that illustrates how to light a bulb. After exploring the tools in the app, you will plan your slides and search for pictures that you want to use. Make sure to practice before recording.
Locate a map of your state and make that map become interactive. You can add links, or “hotspots” that will show pictures, text, and video when they’re tapped on. Follow the directions on the handout to locate images and create your thinglink that shows state symbols. If you need additional information for symbols, you can find it on the State Symbols website.
Learn the basics of coding as our school participates in the Hour of Code. You will use an online tutorial to solve puzzles with characters from Star Wars. Click on the picture below to get started.
Try other tutorials at Code.org
Draw a diagram of an active volcano and label its parts using the Drawing Pad app on the iPads. You will submit your finished diagram through your teacher’s Google Classroom page.
Stand in front of the green screen and pretend you are on or near a landform. Prepare a script and practice before filming. Once you have a video, select pictures to go along with your report. You’ll use the Green Screen by DoInk to combine the photos and video. You can also add text in the top layer.
How do you spend your time online? Do you think the Internet is safe? These are a couple of questions we will discuss on a Socrative survey before learning about online safety with Cassie and Moby.
After watching the BrainPOP movie with your class, answer the last question of the Socrative survey. Then, you can head to Mindful Mountain on Interland: