Holiday/Winter Activities- Lots of Fun!!

Have some fun while improving tech skills, critical thinking, coding, collaboration, and more!

Check these activities out~

 

 

  • Ozo Claus (for those sites with Ozobot sets).
    Code your Ozobot to complete the track by avoiding the Grinch, stopping at the houses to deliver presents, and more!  This lesson is complete with Santa hats for your Ozobots!

 

Shared by Melanie Haynes and Karen Darroch, reformatted by Christina to be viewable within OUESD.

Make a copy of this slide deck for your files and then share your file with your class (perhaps in Google Classroom) to work on it together, with each student working on their own slide.  You may want to replace the numbers on the slides to your student’s names.  (Add or delete the number of slides as needed).  This activity is shared by Ms. Henninger


C-STEM Girl Camps for current 6th and 7th Grade Girls!

Attention all teachers of 6th and 7th grade girls!

Please let your students know about this program and help them to apply (the application includes a brief teacher recommendation).  These leadership camps are focused on motivating middle school girls to learn computing and STEM concepts through a fun and exciting robotics-based curriculum!

Click HERE for more information about the program  


 

Drone Fun Fact

Drone Fun Fact:   

Super Bowl spectators last week were in for a treat at halftime as hundreds of perfectly synchronized lights danced in the night sky. Many of us were surprised to discover that these lights were actually drones — 300 of them, pre-programmed and controlled by just a single computer. They were choreographed and powered by Intel, the same company behind the drone light show in Disneyland during last year’s Christmas season.

Source:  Tynker.com, Coding for Kids