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  1. page 8th Grade edited ... 8th Grade Computers: April 27th: Sign in Whole Class: RGB Color Introduction What are pri…
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    8th Grade Computers:
    April 27th:
    Sign inWhole Class: RGB Color Introduction
    What are primary colors?
    What are secondary colors and how do you make them?
    Use the RGB Color Activity Guide to:
    Build the circuit as shown - it would be helpful
    to Google Classroomyou to use the jumper wire colors as shown
    Program the Arduino - after you have completed
    and fix problems identified on Assignment 014 and add arun your code, please comment it so that you have done so.
    Test
    (and others) will know what the code is doing. Save your program as YourName_RGB1
    Add code to make the three secondary colors - make sure to change your comments and save this program as YourName_RGB2
    Take screenshots of your RGB2 program and save them into your folder as 8th-YourName-RGB2-1 and 8th-YourName-RGB2-2
    Take a video of your running RGB2 program
    Go further with one of
    the following alphabet typing options and let me know whichsave your program as YourName_RGB3. Use Color Picker to find RGB values for the colors you want to use.
    Make your LED cycle through all the colors of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
    Create a blinking color theme.Have your LED blink colors that make
    you think of your favorite book, like best:
    Alpha Quick
    Speed Typing Online
    Scratch Version
    Free Online
    the Hunger Games
    Helpful Games
    Rapid Typing
    10 Fast Fingers
    or Harry Potter.
    Create a theme of the ocean, or fire, or your favorite sports teams.
    Look at what you’re wearing and create a color display that matches your outfit.

    April 25th:
    Cardboard Grad Cap pictures
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    9:22 pm
  2. page 8th Grade edited 8th Grade Computers: April 25th: Cardboard Grad Cap pictures 27th: Sign in to Google Classr…

    8th Grade Computers:
    April 25th:
    Cardboard Grad Cap pictures
    27th:
    Sign in to Google Classroom and fix problems identified on Assignment 014 and add a comment that you have done so.
    Test the following alphabet typing options and let me know which you like best:
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    Rapid Typing
    10 Fast Fingers
    April 25th:
    Cardboard Grad Cap pictures

    April 4th:
    Sign in to Google Classroom and:
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    9:18 pm
  3. page 1st Grade edited 1st Grade Computers: April 25th: 25th & 27th: Whole Class: How Gallery Walk will work an…

    1st Grade Computers:
    April 25th:25th & 27th:
    Whole Class: How Gallery Walk will work and How to Favorite or Love projects on Scratch
    Ocean Scene Gallery Walk:
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    9:15 pm
  4. page 4th Grade edited 4th Grade Computers: April 26th: 27th: Complete lessons in Typing.com - Make sure to SIGN IN…

    4th Grade Computers:
    April 26th:27th:
    Complete lessons in Typing.com - Make sure to SIGN IN!
    Complete Alpha Quick 3 times
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    6:05 pm
  5. page Kindergarten edited ... Review how to record in ScratchJr Work on Butterfly Life Cycle ScratchJr projects ABCMouse …
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    Review how to record in ScratchJr
    Work on Butterfly Life Cycle ScratchJr projects
    ABCMouse - Learning Path
    April 7th:
    Whole Class:
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    1:05 pm
  6. page 5th Grade edited 5th Grade Computers April 26th: Open the Current Status document and work on your assignments,…

    5th Grade Computers
    April 26th:
    Open the Current Status document and work on your assignments, in order!
    If you are fixing a problem on an assignment, you must leave a comment on the assignment when you have finished fixing it.

    April 24th:
    Complete lessons in Typing.com - Make sure to SIGN IN!
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    1:36 am

Tuesday, April 25

  1. page 3rd Grade edited ... National Geographic for Kids Life Cycle of a Butterfly video Life cycle of a butterfly Go…
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    National Geographic for Kids
    Life Cycle of a Butterfly video
    Life cycle of a butterfly
    Go to the Scratch website, sign in, and create your own Butterfly Life Cycle project to show and explain the life cycle of a butterfly. See some examples here. Some ideas of things you might want to do are below:
    Draw your own images OR remix this project for images
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    6:23 pm
  2. page 4th Grade edited 4th Grade Computers: April 26th: Complete lessons in Typing.com - Make sure to SIGN IN! Compl…

    4th Grade Computers:
    April 26th:
    Complete lessons in Typing.com - Make sure to SIGN IN!
    Complete Alpha Quick 3 times
    You must use homerow position and all fingers to type
    Record your fastest time and your name or initials on the board

    April 6th:
    Complete lessons in Typing.com - Make sure to SIGN IN!
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    6:11 pm
  3. page Kindergarten edited ... April 26th: Whole Class: ... Life Cycle (or video) Review how to draw characters in Scr…
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    April 26th:
    Whole Class:
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    Life Cycle (or video)
    Review how to draw characters in ScratchJr
    Review how to record in ScratchJr
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    6:09 pm
  4. page Kindergarten edited Kindergarten Computers: April 26th: Whole Class: Review Butterfly Life Cycle Review how to d…

    Kindergarten Computers:
    April 26th:
    Whole Class:
    Review Butterfly Life Cycle
    Review how to draw characters in ScratchJr
    Review how to record in ScratchJr
    Work on Butterfly Life Cycle ScratchJr projects

    April 7th:
    Whole Class:
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    5:52 pm

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