Browsing Posts tagged elementary

Projects by Jen is a resource for preschool through 6th grade teachers to engage in inquiry projects with other classrooms.

This Is Sand is an ideal art tool for elementary students to create virtual sand sculptures.

SpellingCity presents a multitude of activities students can use to practice spelling. A teacher simply enters the spelling words, and SpellingCity presents several options for what to do with them, utilizing audio, context, and games.

Here Comes Science by They Might Be Giants is a wonderful CD featuring 19 songs covering various important science concepts with catchy melodies and lyrics. From the songs “The Bloodmobile” to “Meet the Elements” to “I am a Paleontologist,” you are sure to find a song that addresses your science curriculum.

My StoryMaker is the perfect tool for younger students just learning about plot design and character development for short stories. Hosted by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, My StoryMaker walks students through the process of story creation using a variety of online tools.

Kideo Player is a website showcases fun and educational videos for very young viewers by filtering out content inappropriate for young eyes.

The United States Department of Agriculture has given us MyPyramid.gov as a resource to address personal health, as well as tools to reach students. The site has tools that are useful for kids ages 6 and up.

With featured authors such as Jane Yolen, Virginia Hamilton, and Jack Prelutsky, Writing With Writers brings viewers into the world of writing and then urges young writers to do the same.

After taking the time to explore The Country Dog Gentlemen Travel to Extraordinary Worlds, I saw it offers a nice exploration of art history through the use of technology.

During the entire month of June, your students can access CarrotSticks for free.