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Spring Pixel Art in Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets
Need a fun way to introduce Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets to upper elementary or middle school students? This great lesson incorporates Spring themed art as students learn the basics of Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets. First, they'll create a quick pixel art from a given example and then they'
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What Was in YOUR Bag? M & M Candy Excel-lent Graphing
Excel-lent spring project! This classroom-tested activity is perfect to re-engage your students before or after state testing! Students will sort and count M & M candies, each using Excel to create a bar graph displaying/comparing the colors found in each individual small bag of M & M's. Ea
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March Madness Class Participation Tournament
I use Class Dojo in my classroom. To spice it up for this month, I am using the March Madness bracket to motivate some students! My students LOVE basketball and they love competition. The Excel sheet is editable and has the rules in a separate tab. Edit as you'd like. Have fun!
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Spreadsheet Fun Fill In
This is an activity I have used with younger students to introduce them to manipulating spreadsheets. The activity directs students to fill in colors in specific cells. It is designed to work with Google Sheets, but could easily be used with Microsoft Excel. It is designed to take approximately
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