Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Play Disney’s games- Hot Shot Business! Guided by two comic book characters, students explore the many facets of starting their own business. What business should they start? How should they get financing? What marketing techniques will be effective? While you can register (to keep track [...]
Entries from June 30th, 2010
June 30th, 2010 · No Comments · Content - Language Arts
Investigate WritingFix! You will find a variety of lessons, writing prompts ( I really liked the interactive ones), as well as the writing process, genres, and more. This site is very student centered and has resources for all grade levels. Special thanks to Fran Maye for sharing
June 29th, 2010 · No Comments · Content - Science, Content- Cross Discipline
Working in a forest offers a vast opportunity for science inquire and discovery. Now the Smithsonian has created a Walk in the Forest. Now your students can explore the ecosystem, view seasonal changes, and simulate field work and make observations. This would be a great start to a field lab or increasing their examination of [...]
June 28th, 2010 · No Comments · Content - Science
This site would be attractive for any endangered species project. The Museum of Animal Perspectives combines Google Maps with YouTube videos to show not only the locations of specific animals, but burrows, nests, critter cams, and more! For even more animal data, visit the Animal Diversity Web from the University of Michigan.