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1 ALTA LOMA & BEYOND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION Recent Computer Lab Creations!

2 UNIT 1 WORD AND PUBLISHER  K Community Helpers  1 st US Symbols Book  2 nd Complete Sentences  3 rd Campaign Poster  4 th Region Brochure  5 th American Colony Brochure  6 th -7 th Ancient Israel and Religions of the World Brochure  8 th Revolutionary War Newspaper

3 Kindergarten

4 Delete the babies that do not belong to the parent Dog Puppy Cat Kitten

5 Delete the babies that do not belong to the parent Deer Fawn Sheep Lamb

6 Match the parents with the babies Pig and piglet Hen and chick Cow and calf Horse and foal Goat and kid

7 Match the name to the baby duckling kid foal lamb calf puppy

8 Which is not a mammal? If these two animals are not mammals, what are they? Birds My favorite animal is a horse.

9 Shapes 1 ST GRADE

10 FACES OF SHAPES

11 REAL OBJECTS SHAPED LIKE SOLID FIGURES

12 USE PATTERN BLOCKS TO MAKE NEW FIGURES

13 SIDES AND CORNERS Sides: 4 Corners: 4 Sides: 3 Corners: 3 Sides: 4 Corners: 4 Sides: 5 Corners: 5 Sides: 0 Corners: 0 Sides: 6 Corners: 6

14 CREATE YOUR OWN A ‘corner’ is also known as a what? Vertex Create and color your own shape! Sides: 7 Corners: 7

15 Rocks, Minerals and Fossils 2 nd Grade

16 Rocks NameDefinitionImage metamorphicThis rock was made when heat and pressure changed and igneous rock into another rock. igneousThis rock was made when lava cooled and hardened. sedimentaryThis rock was made when layers of minerals built up at the bottom of a lake.

17 Sedimentary MetamorphicIgneous Rock Cycle

18 NameDefinitionImageDescribe it colorEvery rock has a color or colors that can be seen. It is black, brown or what? Gold textureEvery rock feels a certain way. Is it rough, smooth, bumpy or jagged? Smooth lusterEvery rock reflects light in a certain way. Is it shiny, dull, metallic or sparkly? Shiny hardnessEvery rock has a different level of hardness. What can scratch a soft rock like limestone? Nail shapeEvery rock has a shape. Is it round, square, jagged or what? Square The way we study rocks and minerals

19 What are fossils?  A fossil is an imprint that’s left behind by a plant or animal that lived long ago.  Fossils can be found in stone, frozen ground, or amber. frozen ground amberstone

20 Examples of fossils NameDescriptionImage Plant fossilThese can show how plant forms changed over time from simple to complex. Shell fossilThese are formed when an animal dies and sinks to the bottom of a lake or ocean. Trilobite (bug) fossil These are from bug-like creatures which lived in oceans millions of years ago Bone fossilAnimals like snakes, fish and even dinosaurs leave these behind and we can tell how old it is by the age of the rock.

21 All About Plants 3 rd Grade

22 Labeling a flower Flower Stem Seeds Leaves Roots

23 Function of Plant Parts Plant PartFunctionImage RootsUsed to give the plant support and absorb water and other nutrients from the soil StemDelivers the soil nutrients to the leaves LeavesMakes energy for the plant using sunlight, carbon dioxide and water SeedsThese are a plant's way of getting from one area to another by either wind, water or animals. FlowerContains the petals which are important because they help attract pollinators such as bees, butterflies and bats.

24 What Plants Use To Make Food TermDefinitionImage Carbon DioxideA colorless, odorless gas in the air that people and animals breath out of their lungs. ChlorophyllThe green coloring in a plant that captures the sun’s energy OxygenA colorless, odorless gas in the air that is needed for most living things to stay alive. PhotosynthesisThe process that allows green plants to make food from water, carbon dioxide and sunlight.

25 Inside a Plant Cell mitochondria vacuole nucleus chloroplast cell membrane cell wall cytoplasm

26 Plant Life Cycle

27 By The Great Horn Spoon Author: Sid Fleischman 4 th Grade

28 By The Great Horn Spoon Type of book – Historical fiction Number of pages – 193 Setting – Old Town, Sacramento during the Gold Rush

29 By The Great Horn Spoon Chapter 1: Praiseworthy and Jack stowaway on a ship called the Lady Wilma. Chapter 2: Jack and Praiseworthy believe there is a thief on the ship so they have a test. Chapter 3: The Lady Wilma spots another ship and saves it. Chapter 4: Jack had named a pig Good Luck and he liked her, but the butcher tried to kill her. Chapter 5: The Lady Wilma takes on the Horn after she passes another ship called the Raven.

30 By The Great Horn Spoon Chapter 6: After the Lady Wilma was ahead for a few days, the Raven was suddenly miles ahead. Chapter 7: When the Lady Wilma stopped at the Bay of Callao, about 100 cats went on deck! Chapter 8: Finally, the Lady Wilma arrives in California. Chapter 9: Jack and Praiseworthy meet up with their friend Mr. Cut-Eye Higgens when they are in a wagon. Chapter 10: Some robbers come and attack the wagon, but luckily Praiseworthy had a sack of gold in his glove and punched them.

31 By The Great Horn Spoon Chapter 11: When they finally arrive at their mining destination, Pitch-Pine Billy teaches them how to mine for gold. Chapter 12: Everyone hears about Praiseworthy punching someone uphill 6 feet. Chapter 13: Jack buys a whole batch of neckties and sells them because a woman is coming. Chapter 14: Jack and Praiseworthy get a mule to carry their supplies. Chapter 15: Jack falls in a steep hole while trying to get a bunny and a road agent saves him!

32 By The Great Horn Spoon Chapter 16: Jack and Praiseworthy help save a friend’s life. Chapter 17: While Praiseworthy and Jack were digging in the ground to make a grave, they strike it rich! Chapter 18: Aunt Arabella (Jack’s mom) and Praiseworthy get married. Praiseworthy is the world’s best butler and I like him for his resourcefulness, charm, and levelheaded courage! My Favorite Character

33 By: Dawn L. Watkins Presented By: Fifth Grade MEDALLION

34 Point of View The novel is written in third person with Prince Trave being the main character followed in the story. The novel is written in third person with Prince Trave being the main character followed in the story.Setting This story is set in the Medieval times in a land called Gadalla. Gris and Trave travel to the Kolonian border passing through Rubran, Skreel Forest, Blee Bog, Dider, Ogham Pass and Torus Point. This story is set in the Medieval times in a land called Gadalla. Gris and Trave travel to the Kolonian border passing through Rubran, Skreel Forest, Blee Bog, Dider, Ogham Pass and Torus Point.

35 Characters Prince Trave is the prideful prince of a land ruled by his lazy uncle, Panii. Gris is the King of Kapnos who comes to see King Panii. Tanarad is one of Gris’s Captains and an excellent horseman. Sard is a cruel character who wants to capture, the prince, get the medallion and deal with Gris. Thag is a high ranking Sardan who wants to take Gadalla by force. Enna is the kind girl who heals Trave’s wrists when he is injured. Prince Trave is the prideful prince of a land ruled by his lazy uncle, Panii. Gris is the King of Kapnos who comes to see King Panii. Tanarad is one of Gris’s Captains and an excellent horseman. Sard is a cruel character who wants to capture, the prince, get the medallion and deal with Gris. Thag is a high ranking Sardan who wants to take Gadalla by force. Enna is the kind girl who heals Trave’s wrists when he is injured.

36 Rising Events Prince Trave is the prideful prince of a land called Gadalla. His country is ruled by his lazy uncle, Panii. His uncle refuses to side with the other good countries called Kapnos, Kolonia, and Dider. Then Gris, King of Kapnos, comes to see King Panii in Ganet, the capital of Gadalla. Panii still refuses to become allies with the other countries even though the Dark Alliance-- the three remaining countries of Sarda, Torridia, and Litoris-- plan to take over Gadalla by force. Then Gris tells Trave of a medallion. A medallion that belonged to Trave's late father. A medallion that the true king of Gadalla needs. A medallion that is needed to successfully rule the kingdom. Then Trave leaves with Gris in search of his father's medallion. Prince Trave is the prideful prince of a land called Gadalla. His country is ruled by his lazy uncle, Panii. His uncle refuses to side with the other good countries called Kapnos, Kolonia, and Dider. Then Gris, King of Kapnos, comes to see King Panii in Ganet, the capital of Gadalla. Panii still refuses to become allies with the other countries even though the Dark Alliance-- the three remaining countries of Sarda, Torridia, and Litoris-- plan to take over Gadalla by force. Then Gris tells Trave of a medallion. A medallion that belonged to Trave's late father. A medallion that the true king of Gadalla needs. A medallion that is needed to successfully rule the kingdom. Then Trave leaves with Gris in search of his father's medallion.

37 Problems On this long journey, Trave encounters spies, an earthquake, an immense bog inhabited by a mysterious hermit, and giant birds of prey. Because of pride and flattery, he refuses to listen to Gris and he briefly joins the bad side and soon realizes that was a huge mistake. On this long journey, Trave encounters spies, an earthquake, an immense bog inhabited by a mysterious hermit, and giant birds of prey. Because of pride and flattery, he refuses to listen to Gris and he briefly joins the bad side and soon realizes that was a huge mistake.Solutions Trave becomes less critical of others and is humbled through the experiences of this journey. He learns that Kings need to show compassion for their men and be concerned with their safety and well being. He learns that it is important to be decisive, but to listen to his people. He becomes king and wears the medallion that Gris had around his chest the entire time. Trave becomes less critical of others and is humbled through the experiences of this journey. He learns that Kings need to show compassion for their men and be concerned with their safety and well being. He learns that it is important to be decisive, but to listen to his people. He becomes king and wears the medallion that Gris had around his chest the entire time.

38 Theme Qualities such as honesty, hard-work, loyalty and forgiveness are present themes in this novel. Being a good judge of character, knowing the dangers of false pride, learning to lead by following and understanding the value of loyalty and authority are also important. In his journeys, Trave learns the duties of a king: to learn what is true, to believe the truth and to act on that belief. Qualities such as honesty, hard-work, loyalty and forgiveness are present themes in this novel. Being a good judge of character, knowing the dangers of false pride, learning to lead by following and understanding the value of loyalty and authority are also important. In his journeys, Trave learns the duties of a king: to learn what is true, to believe the truth and to act on that belief.

39 6 TH, 7 TH AND 8 TH PROJECTS DISPLAYED IN THE LAB TECHNOLOGY BROCHURES ALSO AVAILABLE I N THE LAB!


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