Learning How to Code

Resources for Learning How to Code

Code Studio- New to coding? This is the place to start.

Scratch- Scratch is a coding program designed by MIT. It works the same as Code Studio, but it will be easier if you have done some practice on Code Studio before you use Scratch.

Tynker- Learn the fundamentals of programming by creating games. Sign in to Ms. Casassa's Tynker Classroom Classroom Codes: Grades K-3: 23506695, Grades 4/5: 76960909, Grades 6-8: 78954566


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Voki

Click here to get to Voki

Click on the 1st Graders' name to hear "All About" them!
Anna
Colbie
David
Gus
Gracie
Rileigh

Biblionasium

Click here to get to Biblionasium

Use this class code:

MrsCas1282

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Download a QR Code reader to see what's been happening in Technology at Barnard School!

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Monday, March 27, 2017

Celebrate Read Across America and Dr Seuss's Birthday!

March 2nd was Dr Seuss's Birthday!  Before the month is over, let's celebrate by watching a video, and exploring some of Dr Seuss's magical worlds and characters.  Visit the sites below for some Fun with The Cat in the Hat and so much more!

Click here to watch some video clips of some of you favorite Dr Seuss books.


Click here to go to the PBS Dr Seuss site








Click here to go to Seussville!

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Grade 4/5 Tech: States and Capitals Review

The 4th and 5th graders have been reviewing the States and capitals in Social Studies.  Here are some fun ways to review and learn all 50 states and their capitals!

Here is a nifty 50 States song to help you if are trying to learn the states.  

Shepard Software--Shepard Software has a lot of interactive quizzes and games to help you learn all the states
US Map Jigsaw Puzzles
Review the Southern States
Click here to see other state games by Shepard Software 

Puzzled States is a game from Scholastic where students must place the shape in the correct place on a blank US map.








State Capitals is a game where students select a US state and choose the corresponding capital. 

Maps.com has a states and capitals interactive quiz.  

This United States map puzzle has three different states and capitals activities. One includes the states with outlines, one includes the states without outlines, and one is just over capitals. 











Where is the Mysterious Mr. N? is another great capital game. 
To Play: Choose "US Capitals", "US Cities", or "US Landmarks"
Read where Mr. Nussbaum is.
Click on the appropriate state below.
Score as much as possible in two minutes.

Enchanted Learning
US Information, maps, printouts, quizzes 

Monday, March 13, 2017