Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Science Resources, STEM Resources | Posted on December 10, 2010
Choose the strand for learning, then click on the grade levels. The science skills are tied to National Science Education Standards, and the activities promote higher order thinking.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Early Learning, Games, Music, Preschool | Posted on December 10, 2010
Kinder Site.Org is a collection of online activities for Pre-K and Kindergarten students.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Blogs, Math Resources | Posted on December 10, 2010
Math Lessons Blog is a great site for teachers to find innovative ways to teach some of those tough skills like fractions, decimels, etc.
Kindergarten Math Web Sites is ideal for early learning or young students who need extra practice with numeracy skills.
Mrs. Tenkely\’s Computer Resources has dozens of resources for elementary student categorized by subject and grade level.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in iPad | Posted on December 10, 2010
iPad Curriculum.Com is a blog by K. Tenkely with ideas for iPad in the classroom – includes searchable data base.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Games, Seasonal/Holidays | Posted on December 10, 2010
Christmas Sites from Tenkely.Org is a beautiful site with tons of online Christmas activities for students.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Math Resources | Posted on December 10, 2010
Yummy Math.Com is a teacher-created site that focuses on real life application of math skills. It is suitable for grades 3 and higher.
Tween Tribune Essay Contest
Students: Win $10,000 with 100 words What’s a word worth? Do the math: TeenTribune.com and TweenTribune.com announce a writing contest with $10,000 in cash prizes for all registered students in Grade 3 through Grade 12. Entries will be judged in ten categories, with separate categories for each grade, 3rd through 12th.
100 words could win you $100 – or $500 – with a 100-word essay about technology. TeenTribune.com and TweenTribune.com will distribute $10,000 among 60 winning writers.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Search Engines, Web 2.0 | Posted on December 9, 2010
Find the Best.Com Search Engine is a new way to compare various sites with one search.
The Zimmer Twins is a site devoted to kids and creative storytelling. Since 2005, the Zimmer Twins has invited children to create and share their own animated stories.
Go Animate 4 Schools is a safe, easy way to animate stories.
Teachers and students can create amazing animated stories using our studio. No drawing required!
Upload pictures, add your voices to your creations, …the sky’s the limit.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on December 6, 2010
Scholastic Computer Lab Activities
You don’t have to be in a computer lab to enjoy these kid-friendly activities. Spin the wheel and get started.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Science Resources, STEM Resources | Posted on December 6, 2010
Cernland.Web is like a physics theme park for students ages 7-12. There are videos, games, and other multimedia applications for students.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Seasonal/Holidays | Posted on December 6, 2010
Best Places to Learn about December holidays
Larry Ferlazzo’s blog has several “Best” lists, and here is a great one for the December holidays.
If you are studying animals, Zoo Borns is a great site to see the newest additions to zoos around the world. Who can resist pictures of baby animals? There is an extensive list of animals with information.
At left, a pair of bat eared fox pups from Seoul, South Korea.
Take a ride on the Polar Express. Visit the author’s web site, explore a Polar Express Advent Calendar with daily activities, share holiday traditions, and play games.
Wylio.Com is a site where you can search for photos (may be blocked at school). Wylio automatically sizes the image, hosts the image, and builds the photo credit into the code. Need more details?
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Desktop Publishing, Search Engines | Posted on December 1, 2010
80 Awesome Bing Tricks for Students and Teachers is just what it says – check it out if you use Bing as your search engine.
13 Ways to Move Big Files on the Web
How many times have you had a large photo file, video, or presentation and you are not able to email or transfer it due to size. Here are several options to help you transfer these large files.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Seasonal/Holidays, Web 2.0 | Posted on December 1, 2010
Web 2.0 Advent Calendar is a creative way to increase your knowledge of free web resources. Uncover a new resource every day as we near the Christmas holiday. Thanks to Kelly Tenkely and i Learn Technology Blog for coming up with this great idea.
ABC Mouse.Com is a subscription based early learning site focusing on language and math concepts development. The great thing is that teachers in public schools can sign up for free at Public Teacher Registration Site.
Celebrate Read Around the Planet!
Read Across the Planet Flyer
Read Around the Planet is a celebration of NEA’s Read Across America. Classrooms use interactive video to connect with other classrooms and celebrate reading. The activity is sponsored by TWICE and Polycom.
This activity is open to all K-12 students (ages 6-18) in public and private schools who have access to two-way interactive video equipment (IP H.323 or ISDN H.320). Your class will be matched with a class from a different location and each class will exchange reading activities. World language classes will receive a match with the same language, but may not be the same grade level.
January 7, 2011: Equipment Verification Deadline
Dec. 1 – Jan. 13, 2011: Teacher Registration
January 14-21, 2011: Leftover Registration & Matching Classes
By Jan. 28, 2011: Partner Class Details Emailed and Online
Feb 23–Mar 11, 2011: Connections Occur
Registration and More Information
Register online at
Instructions for registration at
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Games, Seasonal/Holidays | Posted on December 1, 2010
FunSchool Christmas Games & Activities has seasonal activities for those in-between times when students want to practice on the computer.