W.O.W!

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Here are Mrs. Moore’s top picks for Websites Of the Week!
Try a few out and let us know what you think.
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Kerpoof-

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Kerpoof Screenshot

Can you Make a Movie and then share it with a classmate?

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Ms. Bolotin’s Make Music Online Live Binder

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Kids_Make_Music_Online_Live_Binder

What instruments can you play?
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Super Thinkers
The Peetnik Mysteries

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Super_Thinkers_The_Peetnik_Mysteries.

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BBC Build a Catapult

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BBC_Build_a_Catapult


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Math Movies

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Math_Wiki

Student experts are awesome! Mr. Avery’s class shows just how effective it is when children are able to teach each other. Check out the fantastic videos on their wiki, Math Movies – Made by Students for Students . You will also find more videos from some of our other friends, Mrs. Yollis, Mr. Salsich, and Mrs. Kistler.

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Which Math Movies did you find most helpful?

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What did you learn about the different instruments you played?


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How did you solve the mystery?


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If you like the Angry Birds app, tell me how it relates to the catapult.
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4 thoughts on “W.O.W!

  1. I thought the kipoof thing was really funny and it was really fun to. I picked the band back round and I made the big gorilla and Godzilla do a bunch of funny things.

  2. Dear Mrs.Moore,

    The website ” Keroof ” is a real cool site. It is real cool when you can make a movie. That was a great idea to put that website on Techie Kids.

    Your Friend,

    Kayla :}

  3. Dear Mrs. Moore,

    Thanks for mentioning us on your blog! We’re so glad that you enjoyed our math video wiki. We’ll keep on adding to it to help other students learn different math topics. It’s definitely helped us to learn it!

    You’ve got some other great websites on here as well! My students love using Kerpoof. There are so many great activities on there!

    Keep up the great work!

    Your friend,
    Mr. Avery

  4. Dear Mr. Avery,

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful wiki with us! The Techie Kids truly enjoyed this resource. Many of them started thinking about what movies they’d like to create and add. Unfortunately, it will have to wait until next school year. The overwhelming favorites were the Star Wars/multiplication video and The Avery Bunch/fractions video.

    Our plan is to visit your Biography Museum this week. I know the children will be amazed! (I am amazed at how you find the time!) 🙂

    Your friend,
    Mrs. Moore