Integrated Curriculum: Elementary
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Ricky Explores Antarctica
Need a way to get your elementary students excited about science? This is such a neat idea. It is a blog that features Ricky and Lisa, puppets… who are planning and going on an adventure to Antarctica. Now the cool thing is each step is documented on a blog. There are pictures and videos. You […]
Sign Ups Made Easy
This is a really neat site for having parents or colleagues sign up for things like bringing supplies or planning a dinner party. Sign Up Genius helps you make quick and easy sign ups for volunteers or rsvps.
Kung Fu Angles: Game
I must be in the mood for fun and games because everything I seem to find this week is in fact a game. Here is one to help students figure out angles. Angle Kung Fu is interactive and motivating. Thanks tohttp://mrcsclassblog.blogspot.com/ for the link.
Win a Flip video camera! Scholastic
Thanks to Pam Clark for sharing with me the latest contest from Scholastic: Teacher Share Flip Camcorder Sweepstakes. Submit a lesson to Scholastic to enter. The more lessons you submit, the more chances you have of winning. Sounds like a great idea. Thanks, Pam!
Stay in the KNOW! Play Headline Clues.
Headline Clues is an online game that challenges your students to figure out the hidden words in today’s headlines. Try to beat the clock and figure out the words. Great way to teach context clues!
Can you survive? Try the Man Vs Wild Game
Man Vs. Wild has become a popular television show with students. They now offer an online game. Can your students think like a survivor? Can they problem solve and critically think their way through obstacles? Try the Man Vs. Wild Game.
Social Studies Games
I have mentioned this site before: Texas Law Related Education, but was reminded of it as I checked out Smart Board Goodies this week. You will find games for the American symbols, Preamble of the Constitution, and branches of goverment to name a few.