= Example = Hotlist = Rubric = Template = Student Worksheet
|Book Character Analysis:
Compose a paragraph about a character from a book and use spell check to correct it.
|What am I?: Students create slideshows to organize information about animals.||All About Us: Making a class hyper-studio stack using a digital camera.|
|Story Starters: Students extemporaneously compose creative stories using story starters .||Watch It Grow: Create boxes in draw to depict stages of growth for plants.||Black History Internet Treasure Hunt: Use the Internet to learn about famous Black Americans.|
|Personal Stationery: Use drawing and editing tools to create stationery about the student.||Data Spreadsheet: Create logs to record scientific data with spreadsheet.||Cinco de Mayo WebQuest: Concentrates on the holiday and encourages students to explore the rich cultural roots connected to today ’s current celebrations.|
|Online Reflection: Respond to shared literature with another student in another class / school.
||Sense Sleuth: Focus on senses as a means of observing and gathering data by creating a multimedia presentation on them.||Family Culture: Family history research using Hyperstudio.|
|Homophones: Show understanding of homophones by writing sentences and drawing pictures to illustrate them.
||Science Topic Newsletter: Students collect and organize data to publish their own newsletters.||Landforms: Identifying land forms with a Hyperstudio Stack.|
|Personal Reading Log: Make a spreadsheet to record the books read, date, author, genre, or an other pertinent information.
||Science Timeline: Using drawing and word processing skills, students create a time line of important scientific advances made during their life time.||Cardinal and Intermediate Directions: Taking digital pictures to represent the school in map form.|
|Illustrating Idioms: Select and idiom, write a sentence with it, and illustrate it.
||Save the Environment: Create bumper stickers and posters to raise awareness of our environment.||Recycle City: Internet WebQuest for Earth Day, April 22, or a recycling unit.|
|A Letter to the Armadillo from Amarillo: Use KidPix3 to make a postcard and write a short letter.
||Marine Mammals: Students compose original stories and illustrations based on factual information||Scarcity: Students create and administer surveys, enter the results in a spreadsheet and graph the results.|
|Recognizing Important People: Conduct interviews with support staff and use information to make a poster, using word processing, graphics, peer editing, and spell check.
||Jabberwocky Journal: Students create and use journals to document observations about animals.||Tall Tales: Multimedia presentation using KidPix 3.|
|Vocabulary Draw: Students will make a Hyperstudio stack of four cards to present vocabulary words and definitions.
||Ready for Science Fair: Introduce and plan science fair projects with the use of the internet.||Wish You Were Here: Students create postcards about different regions of the world.|
|Biography: Powerpoint presentation about a person including a picture from the internet.
||Habitat Haven: Use draw to design proper habitats for animals or animals with certain adaptations for certain habitats||Personal Timeline: Students will create a personal time line to display major events in their lives.|
|Tall Tale Web Quest: Create a four paragraph Tall Tale using a real news story.
||Cycle of Seasons: Create multimedia presentations on the causes and effects
|Classifying Animals: Create databases based on gathered information.|
|Animal Attributes Venn Diagram: Create original VENN diagrams with Drawing to compare Omnivores, Herbivores, and Carnivores.|