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Hardesty Class Wordle Lesson Plan

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Learn how to make a Wordle!

Learn how to make a Wordle!

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  • 1. 5th Grade Wordle Project Week of September 10th
  • 2. Hardesty Wordle Example
  • 3. Creating a Wordle• Step 1: – Type circle map words into Microsoft Word – If you want a word to be bigger than the others, type it more than once – Do not use commas – If more than one word, use - Older-sister – Save Word Document as (emilyh hardesty) to the DESKTOP
  • 4. Creating a Wordle• Step 2 – Open SAFARI – Go to www.wordle.net – Choose & click on “create”
  • 5. Creating a Wordle• Step 3 – Go to Edit, Select All of your Word Document – Then go to Edit, Copy – Go over to your Safari window and click into the box. – Go to Edit, Paste into the “create” box.
  • 6. Creating a Wordle• Step 4 – Click ‘go’ – Change color so that background is WHITE! (Colors can be whatever you like) – DO NOT SAVE TO PUBLIC GALLERY
  • 7. Creating a Wordle• Step 5 – Push Command, Shift, & 4 all together and then highlight your Wordle
  • 8. Creating a Wordle• Step 6 – Change the name of your screenshot to firstname_wordle – Click on your screen shot – Click in the text box – Type your first name _ wordle
  • 9. Creating a Wordle• Congratulations! You are finished. Ms. Hungerford will come around and save your wordle onto a flashdrive and then print them out (hopefully in color).