Category Archives: 3-4
Scholastic.com provides students useful tools. One such tool is the Story Starters generator. Students begin by typing their name and selecting their grade level (1-4). Next, click the handle and watch the four wheels spin. When it stops, it will … Continue reading
Yet another great Web 2.0 service is providing free professional accounts to educators. In case you haven’t heard, Animoto is a way to create professional quality videos, using your own music, videos and photos. It is definitely not your everyday … Continue reading
The following websites come from Lucy Gray’s Friday 5 mailing list comes great math resource websites. You will find many useful websites from all content areas. 1. Rainforest Maths http://www.rainforestmaths.com/ I thought this site was better than typical drill types; … Continue reading
That Quiz – Math Test Activities Created in 2004, That Quiz is the most complete math resource with over 1.4 million graded exams. Read the About page to find out more. Teachers have the option to create a login to … Continue reading
CAST UDL Book Builder Welcome to the CAST Universal Design for Learning UDL Book Builder Use this site to create engaging digital books that build reading skills for students. Your universally designed books will engage and support diverse learners according … Continue reading
BPL Kids Page- Books and Magazines The Boston Public Library has created an extensive summer reading list for kids, arranged by subject.