Computer Lab Reminders – Before You Go  I love to have reminders on the door that students line up at to leave. They make great classroom decorations.  These six reminders are perfect for making sure that students have logged out and cleaned up their work spaces. The reminders come as a full sheet poster. Included:  Did you save your work and close all programs?  Did you log out?  Did you clean up your work space? Did you replace your headphones?  Did you push your chair in?  and more.

Computer Lab - Before You Go Posters

Computer Lab Reminders – Before You Go I love to have reminders on the door that students line up at to leave. They make great classroom decorations. These six reminders are perfect for making sure that students have logged out and cleaned up their work spaces. The reminders come as a full sheet poster. Included: Did you save your work and close all programs? Did you log out? Did you clean up your work space? Did you replace your headphones? Did you push your chair in? and more.

I have written up and created Word files with basic descriptions of various computer parts for a bulletin board display.  This is a great way to get your kids interested in computers if you have old computer parts laying around.  The descriptions are designed with 3rd grade on up in mind as far as reading level and would look nice the computer area in your classroom if you have one, or in the computer lab.

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I have written up and created Word files with basic descriptions of various computer parts for a bulletin board display. This is a great way to get your kids interested in computers if you have old computer parts laying around. The descriptions are designed with 3rd grade on up in mind as far as reading level and would look nice the computer area in your classroom if you have one, or in the computer lab.

Question flags for computer labs! Using speech bubbles, Popsicle sticks, Velcro, and hot glue, these question flags velcro'd to the side of the monitor help to ease the anxiety of student questions in the computer lab. When students have a question, they turn their flag up. Once their question is answered or they figure it out, flag goes down. Also, helps teacher gage how well students are grasping the lesson by how many flags are up. This has really helped my classroom management!

Question flags for computer labs! Using speech bubbles, Popsicle sticks, Velcro, and hot glue, these question flags velcro'd to the side of the monitor help to ease the anxiety of student questions in the computer lab. When students have a question, they turn their flag up. Once their question is answered or they figure it out, flag goes down. Also, helps teacher gage how well students are grasping the lesson by how many flags are up. This has really helped my classroom management!

Computer Rules Poster for Classroom and Computer Lab

Computer Rules Poster for Classroom and Computer Lab

This colorful wall or easel chart is a perfect reference for elementary data analysis. One glance helps your kids remember the key steps in finding the median

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