1st Grade

DLHello, my 1st-Grade Friends!
Most of your assignments will be posted here so check back every Thursday for 1st-grade updates. I will be sending you a few assignments through Google Classroom, but because we had just begun learning how to use it, you might need your parent's help!  Please take this time to MEMORIZE you username and password and practice logging in and out every day so that when we return to school we can continue with our training!  I have bookmarked some of the links you will need for your assignments below. If you remember how to do so or with the help of a parent, bookmark this page on the device you will be using so that you can access it quickly! 
I hope you are all staying healthy and safe!  I miss you!
Ms. Palos
 
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April 2, 2020 (Due April 23, 2020)
 
Keyboarding:
  • 3 Keyboarding lessons (C, G, and N Keys - Beginner Review 1 - T, S, and L Keys)
  • 1 ONE minute keyboarding test
  • Hour of Code - Log in with your secret picture! Please put a timer for 20 minutes and work on the current lesson at your own pace.  If you forgot your "secret picture" please email me.
 
Review:
  • Continue practicing logging into your Google Classroom account until you can do it alone.
 
 
 
March 26, 2020 (Due April 1, 2020)
Keyboarding:
This week we will be working on the following all in typing.com.
  • 3 Keyboarding lessons
  • 1 ONE minute keyboarding test
When you log into typing.com you will see the following, click on START to begin each part of your assignment.
1st
 
Review:
  • MEMORIZE your Google Classroom username (email address) and password.  Practice logging into your Google Classroom account 3 times a day until you have mastered it! 
 
Keyboarding Ergonomics Reminder: (I know you are at home but please try to find a place where you can practice proper posture and technique)
  • Position feet on floor for balance (don't cross).
  • Body centered in front of the computer
  • Sit up straight
  • Adjust chair so you are a "hand span" away from edge of keyboard.
  • Elbows naturally by your side
  • Curve fingers over the home keys
  • Wrists low, but not touching the keyboard
  • Keep eyes on printed copy
  • Key by touch
  • Key with a smooth rhythm
 
 
Bookmarks:
  • ABCya
  • Hour of Code - Log in with your secret picture!
  • Typing.com - Use your USERNAME and PASSWORD provided, do not click on "Log in with Google"