This week we practised logging on and off the netbooks independently.
Logging on can still be quite tricky as we need to recognise both lowercase and uppercase letters. Logging off correctly means that the netbook is ready for the next person to use.
The Technical Troopers came down to support us with all of this which was very helpful. Once we had all logged on successsfully, we discovered that the Technical Troopers had planned a Purple Mash activity to help us consolidate some of our learning about pirate ships.
As we painted each part of the ship we were able to name the part and say something about its purpose. We were then shown how to save our work too, so we can share it with our families at home.
A very big thank you to the Technical Troopers for helping and supporting our Digital Learning this week. We loved having you in our classroom.
We also used the netbooks and i-pads this week in Literacy and Numeracy tasks. A very popular game that helped us to recognise and read words was the Poop Deck Pirates game.
In Maths and Numeracy we used Hit the Button and Dino Park Maths to practise our addition and subtraction.