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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!

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Spruce Up Your Computer Lab with Chalkboard Decor

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7 kindergarten standards-based computer activities

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Teaching Students Routines for Computer Use

Teaching Students Routines for Computer Use These are exactly the procedures I used when I was in the elementary computer lab. All spot-on!

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Teacher Resources - Elementary Computer Lab Resources | Lots of links to wade through. Look esp for lesson plans to teach computer skills,

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