Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Science Resources | Posted on June 23, 2015
Simple Science – A Year’s Worth of Science Experiments for Kids is a wonderful site to keep elementary students interested and engaged in science problem solving.
21 Ways to Use Photos in the Classroom is a blog post from We Are Teachers and has some stellar ideas for integrating visual images in your teaching.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Art, Videos | Posted on June 23, 2015
Art for Kids is a YouTube channel with fun, informative videos that walk kids through various art projects.
Teach Your Monster to Read is a free online early learning platform for literacy instruction. It teaches children letters and sounds with fun, engaging videos.
ThingLink Blog has twelve super ideas on ways to integrate this free web tool into the classroom.
Think Garden is a PBS sponsored video collection that helps teach elementary students about the art and science of growing food, with an emphasis on biological and environmental concepts. It also addresses topics related to nutrition and economics.
Tackk is a web design platform easy for teachers and student to use in creating digital content. Teachers can create lesson visuals while students can demonstrate their learning and publish to the web.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Games, Math Resources | Posted on June 23, 2015
Prodigy claims to be the world’s most engaging math game and has over 300 curriculum-aligned math skills for your students to master. Moving beyond simple number sense, Prodigy covers Geometry, Spatial Sense, Probability, and many more crucial skills. There are even specific curricula for EQAO Grade 3 and 6! Prodigy actively adapts to keep each of your students learning at their own pace, with a learning algorithm that automatically identifies knowledge gaps and helps students through difficult concepts.