Make a pictograph that shows how your classmates answered the question about your family. Use the stamps in Kid Pix to show how many classmates answered “yes” and how many answered “no”. The finished pictographs will be part of the family scrapbook that you’re creating in class.
Finish a drawing of a turkey that was started in Kid Pix. You’ll need to add eyes, a beak, and feet. Use the colorful patterns that are available in Kid Pix when adding color to the feathers and body. Type your name, print, and give to someone special on Thursday.
In class, you drew a spooky picture and told your teacher what the picture was about. Use the Drawing Pad app to illustrate the picture. When finished, your teacher will compile all the class pictures together into the Explain Everything app so that you can record your voice speaking the sentence. Click here to view the finished book.
A makerspace is an area where you can design, build, and play using materials. The library has been set up as a makerspace this week to give you the opportunity to think like an engineer and try out some new materials that were purchased. There are five stations set up for you to explore. Some of the new materials you’ll use are the ProBot and Kibo robots. Have fun!
Make a picture using the felt pieces in the Felt Board app that shows you and your family together. Start by choosing a background, then add the people. You may also add other felt pieces that go with the background. Save to the camera roll and have a teacher upload your picture to Dropbox when finished. Your portrait will be included in your autobiography.
In class, you wrote a spooky story. Use the Drawing Pad app to illustrate the picture that goes with the sentence you wrote. When finished, your teacher will compile all the pictures together into the Explain Everything app so that you can record your voice speaking the sentence. Click here to view the finished book.
Draw a picture in Kid Pix that shows your favorite weather. Use the drawing tools, paint bucket, and stickers to help you with your drawing. If you have extra time, try the weather machine in Sammy’s Science House.