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- All lessons are No Prep and Google Drive ready or come with Step-by-Step shareable directions. These resources will teach your students the Essential Basics in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.Technology Standards:1.c Use technology to seek feedback that informs and improves their practice and to de$38.50$41.50Save $3.00
All lessons are No Prep and Google Drive ready or come with Step-by-Step shareable directions.
These lessons and activities are for students who have had no prior experience using Google Sheets. Students will begin learning how to maneuver columns and rows, change font, font size, text color, text rotation, apply bold, italics, use fill color, cut & paste, insert, resize, and move clip art/pictures, and sort a column.
Students will then learn how to use the Sum Function and create a chart. Four interactive, engaging, and fun lessons to teach students how to use the Sum Function and create a simple bar chart. Activities include short Video Links to demonstrate how to create a chart and use Sum Function as well as Printable directions.
Students will learn how to perform adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, increase/decrease decimals, currency, and percent. Students watch a how-to-video which demonstrates all of the calculations and then practice each calculation in the hands-on activity.
Students then move on using Applied Calculations Practice activities. These lessons will enforce adding subtracting, multiplying, and dividing in Google Sheets. Two lessons with 12 spreadsheet activities for students to practice and apply when and how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide using spreadsheets. Lesson 1 also includes handouts for School Supplies and Grocery Shopping. Lesson 2 is all digital as students complete the spreadsheets from the data within the spreadsheet. Calculation Help is available in both lessons and an optional Teacher Demo spreadsheet.
: Most lessons are digital and a few include supplement PDF files which can be shared with students in Google Classroom. Students have the option of switching between windows to view directions or print. If there is NOT Google Sheet file share with students, create a blank Google Sheet with the name of the assignment and share with students to make it easier for students to “Turn In.”
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