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Fourth Grade Technology Lessons - Qtr. 3

Touch Typing, Graphics Arts, Word Processing

In the 3rd Qtr, 4th grade students continue to develop two hand homerow typing proficiency.

 

Students learn to draw and create their own graphics using a paint and drawing program.

 

Students also learn how to create animated GIFs.

 

 

 

Students practice word processing skills and file management to complete their projects.

Students will open, save, name and rename files, as well as create and name folders throughout these weekly projects.

 

 

9 Weeks of Graphic Arts Drawing and Painting Projects:

Take your time, do as many of these that can be done well.

 

1) Labeling a Skeleton - Learn to use text and lines with arrows to create diagrams.

2) Knock Knock Joke - Draw speech bubbles with text to create a comic.

3) Draw a Robot - Create robots using rectangles, line tool, curved line tool, fill tool.

4) Armadillo Scene - Practice drawing basic curved shapes with curved line tool.

5) Happy Puppy Scene - Practice drawing more varied curved shapes.

6) My Comic Characters - Learn to draw cartoon faces using many tools and skills.

7) My Comic Characters - Same as above, second class session for this project.

8) Name Blinkie - Create a colorful animation from a series of GIF images.

9) Student choice - Draw a boy or girl with background scene using skills learned.

 

Recommendations:

 

Typing Lessons: Focus on typing accuracy and correct finger placement, not speed. Speed will be acquired naturally over time in the future months and years of typing lessons.

 

File Distribution: Share assignment files using Dropbox, Google Drive, Box.com, Microsoft OneDrive or a shared network drive on your school network server.

 

Enrichment: Use the enrichment activities to support regular classroom curricula. Good for early finishers, late arrivals, supplementation, differentiation.

 

Time Management: These weekly lessons are programmed for 2 weekly sessions of 45 minutes each. Adust the activity selections according to your own needs.

 

Internet Search: Make sure your students' computer browsers are set to safe search. If your school is using content filtering on the network, (and they should be!) then safe search may be taken care of automatically. In any case, the academic topics we are researching are unlikely to produce inappropriate results. Provide appropriate supervision.

 

Fourth Grade Technology Lesson Schedule:


 

Third Quarter - January ~ March

 

QTR. 3 - Week 1:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 1:

Session 2: Digital Drawing - Labeling a Skeleton

Digital Art | Enrichment

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital drawing program.Students will use the line drawing tool to draw lines and arrows. Student will use the text tool to label the bones. Students will also practice basic file management skills to open, modify, name, and save their work.

 

Instructions:

1) Students download a copy of a blank skeleton picture here:

2) Students read and follow the "Digital Drawing - Skeleton Labeling" instructions below.

3) Students open the skeleton image in a digital drawing program of your choice. The program used in this example is Paint.NET, a free windows drawing program.

4) Students use arrows and text to identify and label the skeleton bones.

5) Students save their work, then insert the completed skeleton into a word processor and print.

 

Download: Skeleton Labeling - Student Instructions

 

Download: Blank Skeleton Image for Labeling:

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Digital Drawing Skeleton Instructions Skeleton

 

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 2:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 2:

Session 2: Digital Drawing - Knock Knock Comic

Digital Art | Enrichment

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital drawing program to create a knock knock joke comic. Students will use a variety of tools such as the circle or ellipse tool, line tool, bucket fill tool, eraser tool, text tool, as well as the undo and redo tools to create the speech bubbles.

Students will also practice basic file management skills to open, modify, name, and save their work.

 

Instructions:

1) Students choose and save 3 premade cartoon images to their computer.

2) Students add speech bubbles and text to all three images with a digital drawing program.

4) Students download the Knock Knock Comic Template to their computer.

5) Students open the Knock Knock Template and insert their finished knock knock images.

6) Students may add extra clipart, textboxes or images to their comic.

7) Students save their work, and / or print.

 

Download: 3 Premade Cartoon Images for Knock Knock Joke

 

Download: Knock Knock Comic Template for: Microsoft Word or MAC Pages

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Finished Example and Knock Knock Comic Template:

Speech Bubbles - Knock Knock Comic ExampleKnock Knock Comic Template

 

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 3:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 3:

Session 2: Digital Drawing - Draw a Robot

Digital Art | Enrichment

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital graphics program to draw and paint a robot.. Students will use a variety of tools such as the shape tools , line tool, bucket fill tool, eraser tool, text tool, as well as the undo and redo tools to create the drawing.

Students will also practice basic file management skills to open, modify, name, and save their work.

 

Instructions:

1) Students create a new blank canvas sized 1024 x 768px in the drawing program of their choice. Paint.NET for Windows was used in this example.

2) Students use the step-by-step "Draw a Robot" sheet to guide their drawing progress.

3) Students save their work, then insert the finished graphic into a word processor and print.

 

Download: Draw a Robot - Step-by-Step Visual Guide

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Download: Simple Art Rubric for self assessment

 

Finished Example and Step by Step Visual Drawing Guide:

Draw a Robot Boy and Girl - Example

 

Draw a Robot 6 Step Tutorial Simple Art Rubric for Self Assessment

 

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 4:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 4:

Session 2: Digital Drawing - Draw an Armadillo

Digital Art | Enrichment

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital graphics program to draw and paint an armadillo and background scene. Students will use a variety of tools such as the shape tools , line tool, bucket fill tool, eraser tool, text tool, as well as the undo and redo tools to create the scene.

Students will also practice basic file management skills to open, modify, name, and save their work.

 

Instructions:

1) Students create a new blank canvas about 800 x 600px or 1024 x 768px in the drawing program of their choice. Paint.NET for Windows was used in this example.

2) Students use the step-by-step "Draw an Armadillo" sheet to guide their drawing progress.

3) Students add a background scene with extra objects of their choice (plants, animals, etc.)

4) Students save their work, then insert the finished graphic into a word processor and print.

 

Download: Draw an Armadillo - Step-by-Step Visual Guide

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Download: Simple Art Rubric for self assessment

 

Finished Example and Step by Step Visual Drawing Guide:

This drawing guide was created by Kathy Barbro at artprojectsforkids.org. This armadillo drawing guide is just a sample of the many, many excellent drawing and art teaching projects available on her website and her Teacher's Pay Teachers Store.

This drawing guide and hosted download are used with permission by Kathy Barbro.

Draw an Armadillo How to Draw an Armadillo

Simple Art Rubric for Self Assessment

 

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 5:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 5:

Session 2: Digital Drawing - Draw a Happy Puppy

Digital Art | Enrichment

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital graphics program to draw and paint a happy puppy and background scene. Students will use a variety of tools such as the shape tools , line tool, curved line tool, bucket fill tool, eraser tool, text tool, as well as the undo and redo tools to create the scene.

Students will also practice basic file management skills to open, modify, name, and save their work.

 

Instructions:

1) Students create a new blank canvas about 800 x 600px or 1024 x 768px in the drawing program of their choice. Paint.NET for Windows was used in this example.

2) Students use the step-by-step "Draw a Happy Puppy" sheet to guide their drawing progress.

3) Students add a background scene with extra objects of their choice (plants, dog toy, dog bone, etc.)

4) Students save their work, then insert the finished graphic into a word processor and print.

 

Download: Draw a Happy Puppy - Step-by-Step Visual Guide

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Download: Simple Art Rubric for self assessment

 

Finished Example and Step by Step Visual Drawing Guide:

Draw a Happy PuppyDraw a Happy Puppy Instructions

Simple Art Rubric for Self Assessment

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 6:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 6:

Session 2: Digital Drawing - My Comic Characters

This is the FIRST of two class sessions planned for this project.

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital graphics program to draw and paint four cartoon faces. Students will use a variety of tools such as the shape tools , line tool, curved line tool, bucket fill tool, eraser tool, text tool, as well as the undo and redo tools.

 

Students will also practice basic file management skills to open, modify, name, and save their work.

 

Instructions:

1) Students create a new blank canvas of 1024 x 768px in the drawing program of their choice. Paint.NET for Windows was used in this example.

2) Students add a title "My Comic Characters" to their page.

3) Students draw 4 cartoon faces on the page similar to the example here.

4) Students use the step-by-step "Drawing Cartoon Faces" sheet to guide their drawing.

5) Students draw speech bubbles and add their own introduction text for each face ("Hi, my name is..").

6) Students save their work, then insert the finished graphic into a word processor and print.

 

Download: Student Instructions with Drawing Cartoon Faces Guide.

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Download: Simple Art Rubric for self assessment

 

Finished Example and Step by Step Drawing Cartoon Faces Guide:

The drawing guide was created by Kathy Barbro at artprojectsforkids.org. This Drawing Cartoon Faces guide is just a sample of the many, many excellent drawing and art teaching projects available on her website and her Teacher's Pay Teachers Store.

This drawing guide and hosted download are used with permission by Kathy Barbro.

My Comic Characters Drawing Comic Faces

Simple Art Rubric for Self Assessment

 

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 7:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 7:

Session 2: Continued - My Comic Characters

This is a continuation of last week's project. This is 2 of 2 classes for this project.

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital graphics program to draw and paint four cartoon faces. Students will use a variety of tools such as the shape tools , line tool, curved line tool, bucket fill tool, eraser tool, text tool, as well as the undo and redo tools.

 

Students will also practice basic file management skills to open, modify, name, and save their work.

 

Instructions:

1) Students create a new blank canvas of 1024 x 768px in the drawing program of their choice. Paint.NET for Windows was used in this example.

2) Students add a title "My Comic Characters" to their page.

3) Students draw 4 cartoon faces on the page similar to the example here.

4) Students use the step-by-step "Drawing Cartoon Faces" sheet to guide their drawing.

5) Students draw speech bubbles and add their own introduction text for each face ("Hi, my name is..").

6) Students save their work, then insert the finished graphic into a word processor and print.

 

Download: Student Instructions with Drawing Cartoon Faces Guide.

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Download: Simple Art Rubric for self assessment

 

Finished Example and Step by Step Drawing Cartoon Faces Guide:

The drawing guide was created by Kathy Barbro at artprojectsforkids.org. This Drawing Cartoon Faces guide is just a sample of the many, many excellent drawing and art teaching projects available on her website and her Teacher's Pay Teachers Store.

This drawing guide and hosted download are used with permission by Kathy Barbro.

My Comic Characters Drawing Comic Faces

Simple Art Rubric for Self Assessment

 

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 8:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 8:

Session 2: Animated Name Blinkie

Digital Art | Enrichment

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital graphics program to create an animated name blinkie. Students will create a sequence of colorful images using the letters of their name. Students will save the images as .GIF files. Students will use a free .GIF animator to combine all their letters into one animated .GIF file.

 

Students will also practice basic file management skills to create, modify, name, and save several images in the .GIF format.

 

Instructions:

1) Students create a new blank sheet about 800 x 200px in the graphics program of their choice. Paint.NET for Windows was used in this example.

2) Students use the step-by-step "Create an Animated Name Blinkie " instructions (8 steps) to guide the creation of their animation.

3) Students use a FREE .GIF animator to create the name blinkie animation sequence.

 

Download: Create-an-animated-name-blinkie-instructions.pdf

 

Download: UnFREEZ - a free GIF image animator for Windows

 

Download: GiftedMotion Animator - a free GIF image animator for MACs

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Finished Example of Animated Name Blinkie:

Animated Name Blinkie

 

Animated Name Blinkie Step by Step Instructions and Art Rubric:

Animated Blinkie Instructions Simple Art Rubric

 

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 9:

Session 1:

Typing | Enrichment

 

Review Typing:

Demonstrate how to use Dance Mat Typing. Review proper finger technique.

 

Assign Typing Practice:

Assign 25-30 minutes or until done with Dance Mat Typing.

 

Simple, free countdown timer.

Start it and project on the big screen / whiteboard for kids to see.

(Download, unzip, and run it, no install required, Windows)

Download: snap-timer-freeware.zip

 

Snap Timer Freeware

 

Typing Stage 7 Typing Stage 8 Typing Stage 9 Typing Stage 10

 

Assign 3 Minutes of: Typing Rocket Jr. Students type with both hands, try to get a final score of 60 points or more.

Assign: Keyboard Climber 2. Students type with both hands. Finish level three.

 

More Typing Practice Here:

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

QTR. 3 - Week 9:

Session 2: Digital Drawing - Draw a Boy or Girl

Digital Art | Enrichment

Students will learn to use the basic tools of a typical digital graphics program to draw and paint a boy or girl and background scene. Students will use a variety of tools such as the shape tools , line tool, curved line tool, bucket fill tool, eraser tool, text tool, as well as the undo and redo tools to create the scene.

Students will also practice basic file management skills to open, modify, name, and save their work.

 

Instructions:

1) Students create a new blank canvas about 800 x 600px or 1024 x 768px in the drawing program of their choice. Paint.NET for Windows was used in this example.

2) Students use the step-by-step "Draw a Girl (or Boy)" sheet to guide their drawing progress.

3) Students add a background scene with extra objects of their choice (plants, animals, insects, etc).

4) Students save their work, then insert the finished graphic into a word processor and print.

 

Download: Draw a Sporty Girl - Step-by-Step Visual Guide

 

Download: Draw a Sporty Boy - Step-by-Step Visual Guide

 

Download: Paint.NET - a free drawing program for Windows

 

Download: Simple Art Rubric for self assessment

 

Finished Example and Step by Step Visual Drawing Guide:

Draw a Sporty Girl Draw a Sporty Girl instructions

 

Draw a Sporty Boy Draw a Sporty Boy Instructions

 

 

Assign Enrichment: Students work on enrichment activities.

 

 


 

 

Additional Fourth Grade Activities:

Engage and challenge your students with these supplemental activities.

 

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A great back to school getting to know you activity. The questions are fun, silly, serious, and thought provoking. Students choose a task card and scan the code with QR code reader using an iPad or other device.

 

Kindergarten Tech LessonsMy Summer Vacation Narrative - Cell Phone Graphic Organizer

 

 

 

Halloween

Halloween Poem Generator

Halloween Pumpkin Personification Poem Generator

 

Alternate Activity: Halloween Acrostic

 

 

Thanksgiving

Kindergarten Tech LessonsHappy Thanksgiving and Happy Holidays letters to family.

 

 

Holiday Poem Generator Holiday Poem Generator

 

 

Thanksgiving Poem GeneratorThanksgiving Turkey Personification Poem Generator

 

 

 

Martin Luther King Jr. Activities

MLK Poem GeneratorI have a Dream Poem Generator

Choose from a Collection of MLK Activities

 

 

Valentine's Day

Kindergarten Tech LessonsHappy Valentine's Day Letters

Students create a Valentines' day letter to their loved ones using fancy fonts. clipart and borders.

Poem GeneratorHoliday Poem Generator

 

 

Happy Spring Break

Kindergarten Tech Lessons Type Happy Spring Break letters or create an acrostic. Utilize font sizes, styles, clipart, borders, printing. Should fill a single page, use good grammar and have correct spelling.

 


 

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