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Check out these ideas for your computer lab! I love seeing the different ways people decorate their labs!

Check out these ideas for your computer lab! I love seeing the different ways people decorate their labs!

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K-2 & 3-5 Lab Activities - good 1st grade word processing activities

K-2 & 3-5 Lab Activities - good 1st grade word processing activities

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Computer Rules Poster for Classroom and Computer Lab

Computer Rules Poster for Classroom and Computer Lab

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posters for elementary computer lab | Kayla Jackson: Collaboration with DTP and Word Processing

posters for elementary computer lab | Kayla Jackson: Collaboration with DTP and Word Processing

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Colorful poster clearly showing the different parts of a keyboard....

Colorful poster clearly showing the different parts of a keyboard....

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kindergarten computer lab lesson plans - KindergartenWorks

kindergarten computer lab lesson plans - KindergartenWorks

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computer alphabet from Elementary Techie Teacher on TeachersNotebook.com (12 pages)  - Alphabet cards to be displayed in a computer classroom.

computer alphabet from Elementary Techie Teacher on TeachersNotebook.com (12 pages) - Alphabet cards to be displayed in a computer classroom.

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25 Computer Lab Posters

25 Computer Lab Posters

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Posters for Elem Technology Lab - Elementary Tech Teachers

Posters for Elem Technology Lab - Elementary Tech Teachers

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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!

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