Day Project For The Students
drew a picture of what they thought the inside of
their computer looked like. Students were encouraged
to show what they thought made their computer's work.
Students created a
poem, typed their poems on the computer, then illustrated
(one page drawing) their poems using crayons or color
pencils on an 8 1⁄2 x 11 piece of paper.
Exhibit and Tasting – International Foods
researched a recipe from a foreign country of their
choice, then typed out the recipe, according to a
set format. The student’s recipes were assembled
into a cookbook. Students prepared their recipes and
brought their dishes to serve at a Social Studies
Fair held at the school. The students were encouraged
to wear clothing, costume, or accessories that help
to highlight their chosen country.
were be given an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper; they folded
it in threes. Each student drew a head and shoulders
on the top 1/3 section of their 8.5 x11 piece of paper
and folded and left a little section (lines) and pass
it to another person. Then a second person drew a
body, on the middle 1/3 section, using the lines.
Then a third person finished the legs on the bottom
1/3 section. Students added as much detail as possible,
use crayons or color pencils. Students made their
drawings humanistic. Their drawings could have been
an animal or monster, but had to have a head &
shoulders, body and legs.
Finally the person who drew first humanistic drawing
(head & shoulders) created a (1) one – (2)
two page hand-written story of their drawing for homework.
Then students typed their stories using a computer.
Students read their stories to their fellow classmates.
a Monster in My E-Mail!
participated in a collaborative e-mail project in
which they drew and described pictures of monsters
for another classmate to recreate.
first drew a monster using color pencils or crayons,
then typed a description of their drawing.
students emailed or put on a floppy their description
of their monster to a fellow classmate across the
fellow classmate recreated the monster using the
first interviewed a fellow classmate they don’t
know much about, using a questionnaire, provider
by the teacher. Students then created a short bio
about their fellow classmate using PowerPoint.
became “Graphic Artist” and explored artistic
design by making cards, flyers, signs, and banners.