Miss Pat heard from the English teacher that some of the “Can Do” Kids were having problems understanding the role of an adjective. So she made a few games up for them to play in computer class about the role of an adjective.
She thought if the learning were fun they might have an easier time understanding and remembering how to use the adjective
Why not play along with the “Can Do’s and have some fun while getting good at using an adjective to describe a noun?
Go to the “Can Do” Club House, choose Games, then choose “What is?”
The “Can Dos” have been having a hard time with math according to their math teacher.
Once again, Miss Pat was asked to make up computer games for math. The math teacher was hoping that some math games might make learning the 6x table easier.
Their math teacher also hoping that a math game about the 4x table might help too.
When the “Can Dos” came to computer class, Miss Pat announced that she made some math games for them. At first, the “Can Dos” were not so thrilled to play games about math, but when they say how it made remembering the times tables easier, they were happy about it!
Why not try the games out? Go to the Club House, choose games, then choose times tables.
Have fun with the math games!
Miss Pat decided to give the class some vocabulary trivia that they could use with friends and family.
Here it is…have fun!
Rhythms is the longest word in the English language without the vowels a,e,i,o,u.
Soupspoons is the longest word made up of letters entirely from the second half of the alphabet.
Underground and underfund are the only two words that begin and end with und.
Forty is the only number with all the letters in alphabetical order.
Bookkeeper is the only word that has three consecutive double letters.
Dreamt is the only word that ends in mt.
Miss Pat decided it was time for some new computer games about vocabulary words. She made up two games on put them on every “Can Do” Kid’s computer.
Why not join the “Can Dos” and play the vocabulary games. Just go to the “Can Do” Club House, Choose games and then choose, “Things we See.”
Miss Pat is always looking for ways to get the class excited about math. She made a new math game and put it on each computer.
Why not try it out? The class thought it was fun.
Just got to the “Can Do” Club House, choose games, then choose counting by 10’s.