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2013-2014 End of the Year Video

We had a great year in third grade. Take a look at some of the fun stuff that we did.

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M&M Data Collection

Help us count M&M’s! Froot Loops too!

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Misunderstood

Misunderstood

Each year, Mr. Wright’s class creates a video for the PBiS program at Wyman. This year the class created a short film called Misunderstood. Rex wants to behave but things always go wrong. Rex thinks he is just misunderstood. Rex decides to become a super villain. But Rex may have misunderstood his own destiny. Misunderstood from Mr. Wright on Vimeo. View past PBiS videos...
Game Programing with Kudo

Game Programing with Kudo

As our last Tech Ninja project, we are going to take a look at a free program called Kudo Game Lab from Microsoft. You can even download it at home on your own computer with your parent’s permission. At 200 MB it is a large download. Kudo Game Lab is a visual game programer. That means you can use Kudo to make your own games that can be played on a Windows computer with Kudo installed, an X-Box, and they recently added the ability to add touch controls for tablets and smart phones. Learning to program can be a valuable tool. To help me learn how to use the basic features of this program I used this four part tutorial that I found on YouTube. This is the game that we will be building during our last...
Inventors and Inventions Research

Inventors and Inventions Research

In social studies class, we will begin a research unit. Students will be placed in pairs and together they will choose which inventor or invention they would like to know about. Students will gather information about those inventors using online and offline resources. When students have gathered their research they will need to organize that information in a way that makes sense. For the purposes of this project we will use the following outline when organizing information: What is the invention? What does the invention do? How can it be used? When was it invented? Where there other inventions that led up to this invention? Information about the inventor Who was this inventor? When did this inventor live? Where did the inventor live? What was the inventors early life and education like? Any interesting facts about the inventor. Why did the inventor want to invent this invention? Did the inventor invent other inventions? What where they? What is the importance of this invention? Explain why the invention is important? Have the invetion been improved or changed since it was invented? Did it lead to other inventions? How has this invention changed the world? What was the world like before this invention and how is it different now that it has been invented? After details are written out in an organized fashion, students will get to choose a method to present that information. Students can: Write a report Make a brochure in Publisher Make a PowerPoint Record a Podcast (like a radio program) Make a Glogster Poster Make a Blog Post Record a video Got another idea on how to...
Introduction to Division

Introduction to Division

Division and multiplication are related. If you know one, it helps you know the other. The following three videos introduce these concepts. Unable to display content. Adobe Flash is required. Unable to display content. Adobe Flash is required. Unable to display content. Adobe Flash is...