These rules were adapted from The Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship to fit elementary age student understanding and application in the classroom. After my first year of implementing 1:1 Chromebooks in my 3rd grade classroom I realized that I needed
Computer Science - Technology, Character Education, Problem Solving
This resource includes 5 digital citizenship rule posters and discussion cards PLUS a fun Digital Citizen Certification Training program where students must work together to solve real scenarios they may encounter in the digital world. The students
Computer Science - Technology, Character Education
Your kids will go crazy to play the rounding battlefield with hammerhead vs. narwhal
-this game gives students extra practice rounding, while applying rounding to a number line.
-Use playing cards (remove 10s and K,Q,J,A) or use number
This game provides students with practice comparing numbers using symbols. There are 4 levels available: 2-digit, 3-digit, 4-digit, and 5-6 digit numbers to compare. To differentiate simply change the number cards in the station.
Your students will enjoy this collaborative game where they will sort traits deciding whether they are positive, negative, or neutral traits. Students will have to justify and explain their reasoning behind how they sorted their traits. A recording
This file includes the 5 WBT rules posters and 5 alternative rules you could use instead.
After years of using WBT rules (which I love) I realized that the rules didn't quite fit my classroom anymore. So, I developed a few alternatives that fit