Thinking Skills Tool Chest →
Thinking Skills Tool Chest is a resource full of printables for assessing student’s behavior along with several self-reflection tools for teachers. via @marynabadenhors
Really neat math games for a variety of math applications. Nice interface…great for whiteboards. Some games for 2 players. via @sharnon007 One of my favorites on Twitter for resources.
Six Flags: Read to Succeed →
Students in grades K-6 can earn a free ticket to any Six Flags Theme Park by logging just six hours of recreational reading. Find out more and create a teacher account today. By the way, teachers earn a ticket too!
1 Projector, 3 Uses | The Tech Savvy Educator →
Signing up a Class for LiveBinders « LiveBinders... →
Let’s Get Quizzical! - Quiz Makers for Teachers! →
Communication 4 All...Created by @BevEvans22 →
Bev has created some fantastic resources for use with students (categories below). I love the digital art she creates for everything she shares. Bev also takes requests, which is fantastic! I always look forward to the daily clip art she creates and shares on her blog and on Twitter @bevevans22. Now she is also making wonderful tutorials so you can follow along and make them too. How cool is...
Smithsonian American Art Museum: Picturing the... →
This is a very nice virtual experience for students. Not only can they take a “guided” tour of the exhibit they can also create a digital documentary using Primary Access. Go to “the office” for this feature.
BarrBunch has a nice selection of printables for primary and intermediate students. I am adding this site to my “Classroom Printables” LiveBinder.
157 of the Most Useful Websites on the Internet |... →
Gudli is a free, online education service that... →
Gudli games/interactives are really bright and ad free. Kids will like to explore Gudli. There are three main categories; Games, Learning, and Activities each which a variety of subjects to choose from.This is an excellent resource that can also be used at home so be sure to share it with parents. This find via @sharnon007 (follow her on Twitter she’s fantastic!)
Free Technology for Teachers: The Awesome Library →
Technology: figuring out how the pieces fit: Are... →
KOL Jr. Stories - Online Picture Books Read Aloud →
This is a really nice collection of books, with audio and text that younger students will love. Many of the characters will be familiar to them while others will be new introductions. Fantastic illustrations accompany each book. I have added KOL Jr. Stories to my Awesome Audio Stories and more LiveBinder.
teachinglearning asked: I saw you mention elementary school chat on twitter. Do you know if there is a middle school chat at twitter ever, or a science education chat for that matter? Thanks!
Regarding Signed Stories Website
Hi Karen! I was looking at your blog and was checking out Signed Stories. I am a Deaf Ed. teacher and thought that I’d seen it before. When I got to the site, I realized why I don’t use it with my own students. It is in BSL, British Sign Language, not ASL, American Sign Language. I didn’t know if you realized this or not, so I thought I’d let you know. Thanks for...
Max My Dream →
via @LarryFerlazzo Unique writing opportunity for students. Type in text, 140 characters or less, about a dream you had and submit. Next a visualization appears depicting your dream. Pretty neat. Screenshot I’ve added this to my Write On! for Kids LiveBinder
GOOD | How do we achieve harmony? →
“Follow this interactive road map to see how we’re currently doing as a society, learn about efforts to improve the situation and find actions that you can take to help steer us toward a better future”
dMarie Time Capsule: On this day in History →
Just supply the date and the rest they say is history!
Footprint Calculator: How much land does it take... →
Awesome calculator for discovering your Ecological Footprint and discovering your biggest areas of resource consumption. screenshot After working through this neat interactive students can then learn what they “can do to tread more lightly on earth. My footprint results
StepMap - Create your personal map for free →
I just added STEPMAP to my Maps for Kids LiveBinder. It’s a great way for students to create their own maps and add points of interest to them. You do need to create an account but it is worth it to use the site. Students can add text and also upload pictures. They have a wide variety of choices to make great looking maps that can be shared. Educational suggestions: Have students create...
WOW!!! Create an Economic System in your Classroom... →
I love this idea! Read Sara’s post on how she created a cool “Economic System” in her classroom. Imagine student’s paying rent for their desks! I really like the titles she has come up with for classroom jobs. Very Creative idea! Pair it with Resume Creator for Kids. Special thanks to @cybraryman for sharing Sara’s post.
Piratepad Beta: Online Collaboration-Easy to use! →
Cue Prompter--Free online teleprompter. →
Turns any computer into a teleprompter. Students will get a kick out of using this. Just paste in desired text and your ready to go. Lesson suggestions: Use during a student created a commercial or newscast. Use to share words to a song or poem. Use when practicing for a performance. Use during a speech to classmates. Choral reading.
Teaching Themes - Staying Safe Online →
Great resources, ideas and many printables.
Ken Burns: The Civil War . Telling a Story gives... →
“In the civil War, Ken Burns used archival images as an important storytelling tool.” Now students can also use this technique to create their own stories by mixing archival images, narration, and music from the site. This is a fantastic opportunity for students and will certainly prove to be a great learning tool. I love project-based education and this site is a winner in that...
Resume Creator for Kids →
100 Sources of Blogging Inspiration | Ink Rebels →
This list is great!
18 Best Free Photo Editing Software To Have Fun... →
Waltee’s Quest: The Case of the Lost Art →
This is a cool interactive adventure where students learn about art while solving a mystery. Learn more about if from KellyTenkeley on her blog iLearn Technology by clicking the link above.
Another "Sites for Students who Finish Early!" →
I made another 3X3Links with Sites for Students who Finish Early. This is easy to save and access. Make sure you leave some paper squares near the computers so students using origami tutorials have paper to fold.