Sticky Notes To Help Understand Twitter

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The reason why sticky notes are great, if you have a big enough wall, is that it is low-tech and physical. We don’t know why, but it seems to really help us with the creative process. You can see at one glance where all the ideas are. You can easily reorder them or toss the ideas. It is fast, visceral, and effective. In Windows 10, the Sticky Notes app has changed and is different from the old Sticky Notes that exists on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. That is why we decided to make two different tutorials for it. In this one, we share everything there is to know about using Sticky Notes in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.

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Draw sticky note portraits. In this twist on sticky note art, students practice drawing to a grid, using individual notes. For a bit of surrealist fun, they can mix up the notes when they finish! Indicate when help is needed. Give each kid a red sticky note, a yellow sticky note, and a green sticky note. Note: To understand the concept of 5/6 of 3, ask the students to take the 1/2' amount they cut off and, using their ruler, determine how many 1/2' segments would be in 3'. There should be 6. There should be 6.

20-30 minutes
20-30 minutes

Sticky Notes To Help Understand Twitter Messages

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Introduction

A popular science demonstration shows that when you overlap the pages of two phone books, they are nearly impossible to pull apart. Since most people do not have two phone books sitting around, we will show you how you can do the same experiment with sticky notes. Sticky notes are much smaller than phone books, so they should be easy to pull apart, right? Try this activity to find out!

Credits

Ben Finio, PhD, Science Buddies
This activity is not appropriate for use as a science fair project. Good science fair projects have a stronger focus on controlling variables, taking accurate measurements, and analyzing data. To find a science fair project that is just right for you, browse our library of over 1,200 Science Fair Project Ideas or use the Topic Selection Wizard to get a personalized project recommendation.

Materials

  • 2 pads of sticky notes (approximately 3 by 3 inches)
  • Pen or pencil

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