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Games for the very young

May 6th, 2013 · No Comments · Classroom

Smarty Games hosts an assortment of games for lower elementary school students.  You could use this in stations or on a SMART Board.  I played one of the math games (I had to shop and pick up the correct items while avoiding spiders and then pay with the correct change for my purchases).  While there […]

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STEM in the real world

November 23rd, 2011 · No Comments · Content - Math, Content - Science

STEM is a multimedia site designed to engage middle school students in online adventures.  Explore the four activities- and hone your geometry, algebra, and engineering skills.  One of the eight grade problem solving teachers has been using it in her classroom.

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Visit Parkworld!

November 23rd, 2011 · No Comments · Content - Science

            What forces at working on a Monorail?  Visit Parkworld (at Engineering Interact) for a game approach to forces and motion.   Can you work your way up to level four and ensure all the park’s attractions are safe?  There are four other games that focus on light, sound, electrify and […]

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An elementary review

June 19th, 2011 · 1 Comment · Classroom

CyberKidz is the review site for lower elementary school students.  Review math, literacy, geography, science and the arts games by age group. These would work on a SMARTBoard, stations, or part of a menu. (from iLearnTechnology)

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