A Well-Adapted Animal

In class, you and a partner were assigned an animal and a biome different from the one it lives in (e.g. a butterfly living in a tundra). Your challenge was to think about new adaptations to help the animal survive. Use Explain Everything to create slides that illustrate the animal living in a different biome. Show how the animal will adapt to weather, shelter, food, and protection from predators. Locate images online and use Drawing Pad to make modifications. Below are links to two sample projects:

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Our Government

Test your knowledge of word processing skills by editing a document about our government. Open the Our Government document from the hard drive and follow the instructions to proofread and format the article. Have a teacher check when finished. Then you may practice your typing skills with Type to Learn.

 

Tinkercad

Tinkercad is a fun and easy-to-use tool for creating digital designs that are ready to be 3D printed into physical objects. You will use Tinkercad to create a model of the design you created for the 3D printing project. Log in using the information given. Complete the first four tutorials in the Learn section. If you have time, you can try one of the tutorials for a specific design. Then, you’ll be ready to begin your own design for 3D printing.

Google Docs

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. Once finished, share the document with your teacher or a classmate.

Google Docs