If you are a 4th or 5th grade student or teacher, please take a moment to complete this form to help us prepare to update your apps this week.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
This week the tech department will be updating the apps on your iPads. Before they can run the updates, you will need to update your iPad to iOS 8 at home, with parent supervision. Your iPad should be plugged in when you do the update and it will take some time. Please remember to bring a fully charged iPad to school on Wednesday.
How To Update to iOS 8 at Home
Your parents should have received an email on Friday, November 7th with information and a handout. In case you can't find it, you can access the same handout here.
Updating your iPad to iOS8 - Get Handout
Note: The update will take some memory. If you receive a message saying you don't have enough memory, delete photos and videos you don't need. If you need to keep the photos and videos, you can save them to your Google Drive.
ScheduleTuesday November 18th
Students should update iPads to iOS 8 at home.
Note: If you receive a message about not having enough storage space, please delete photos and videos or move them to your Google Drive. They take a lot of space.
Wednesday, November 19th
4th Grade iPads will be collected at the end of the day.
Thursday, November 20th
4th Grade iPads will not be available for use.
5th Grade iPads will be collected at the end of the day.
Friday, November 21st
4th Grade iPads will be returned for student use.
5th Grade iPads will not be available for use.
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Use Explain Everything to solve the Problem of the Day
- Please sign in to your Google Drive.
- Find the story problem below. Copy the text to your clipboard.
- Open Explain Everything.
- Paste the story problem into Explain Everything.
- Use the strategy Visualize and Draw, remember the common mistake!
- Record yourself explaining the problem.
- Save to your Google Drive. See the tutorial below to learn how.
- Share with your teacher.
Problem of the DayCopy and paste the text below into a text box in Explain Everything
The basketball team is selling t-shirts for $6.00. On Monday, they sell 3 t-shirts. On Tuesday, they sell 4 times as many t-shirts as on Monday. How much money did the team earn altogether on Monday and Tuesday?