Category Archives: for Students

Create and Play Online Crossword Puzzles

More paperless ideas. You or your students can create online crossword puzzles. Using Crossword Labs you can create a puzzle and then share the link. Crossword Labs was built by Matt Johnson, a computer science undergrad at Washington State University, Vancouver. I … Continue reading

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Create and Play Online Word Search

I love to save paper and being able to create a word search for students to complete online is perfect. You or your students can create their own puzzle and then share the link with others. The Word Search Maker … Continue reading

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Doodle 4 Google

What Makes Me…Me Taken from Doodle 4 Google webpage For this year’s contest, students can create a doodle that tells the world “What makes me…me.” Kids have all kinds of things that make them unique, so they can use all … Continue reading

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Halloween Mahjong

Mahjong originated in China and is usually played with 4 people and 144 tiles. It is a game of skill, strategy, and calculation and involves a degree of chance. A great way to hone those skills is to play the digital version … Continue reading

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Student PowerSchool Access

Please click on the image below for more directions on accessing PowerSchool via the web or by downloading on to a smartphone.

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Muscle Memory

Building muscle memory will help you be able to complete your work quickly and accurately now and in the future. Speed and accuracy increase with practice and the help of a tutorial program. You will use the skills you learn … Continue reading

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Back to School Apps

That time of year again to look to see what apps/software we need to ensure our children’s school year is a success. Here are some apps that students will use on a regular basis. These may vary depending on the teachers your … Continue reading

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