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Sorting elements into groups: ,,Angloamerica" and ,,Latin America".
Explore the National Mall virtually with Monumental Ideas! Engage students in STEAM based learning with a set of tools to discover and investigate the Lincoln and MLK Jr. memorials. Comprehensive lesson plans are provided for K-12.
Use this resource so the students can decorate their own Valentine,Leprechaun, Pot of gold, clover, Bunny, Egg and house.
The Presidential Primary Sources Project is a free, live, and interactive webinar series hosted by National Park Rangers and Presidential Historians for students grades 4-12. With PPSP, your class can engage in live, interactive discussions and use primary source documents to understand our nation’s presidents.
Digital Compass8-Jun / Peggi Knight
Students will travel through a decision-making activity for digital citizenship growth. Credit to Common Sense Media.
This is a quick and easy way to engage students in creating a class photo together. Use the collaborative features built-in to Google Docs. Encourage the use of some photo taking and photo editing skills with the features built in to Google Slides. This video shows you how.
Nearpod offers an interactive, instructional platform that merges formative assessment and dynamic media for live and self-paced learning experiences inside and outside of the classroom. Nearpod engages students with activities and features more than 13,000 ready-to-run interactive lessons while providing teachers with real-time insights.
Students conducting an interview with their favorite partner (using any video tools) asking each other questions about momentum and impulse
I paired this Activity that I created with the documentary, "Dive! Living off America's Waste" by Jeremy Siefert. I had students add a picture from social media of an account/restaurant/person that they are familiar with that glorifies wasting food. (Ex.: Sugar Factory where people purchase large drinks & ice cream just for an aesthetic picture).
Teaching NASA’s Mars Landing
In this lesson, students will build a deeper understanding of the ways 3D printing is being used today. Students will then use Tinkercad to modify or design an object that solves a real-world problem using CAD software.
Curriculum is aligned to standards that include the NGSS Grade Band Engineering Technology Standards, Common Core Math and ELA as they relate to the NGSS ETS standards, and ISTE, CSTA and 21st Century Skills standards related to emerging technologies and STEM.
This activity is designed as a professional development activity for K-12 teachers to learn how to help students navigate choosing and citing quality sources in the digital landscape.
I created choice boards for all of the NCCBA children's book award nominees. There are quality read-aloud videos of each nominated book along with lots of activities to extend enjoyment and learning.
Typing is an essential skill for all students, even as young as third grade, so why not make it fun?! The OKCPS Key Bee was created for students in grades 3-8 to learn how to type in a better and more efficient manner, but also to have fun and earn prizes along the way. Check out our website to see how we did it and have fun making your own!
CyberFair is an award-winning authentic project-based learning program used by schools and youth organizations around the world since 1996. Youth conduct research and publish their findings using digital media. CyberFair is the oldest and largest online educational event, bringing together more than 5 million students across 115 countries.
A music production program which allows students to create, edit and share original compositions.
Selection of independent student activities for PreK-8 students that they can choose and explore independently.
Discover the treasures of Revolution: The First 2,000 Years of Computing. CHM virtual scavenger hunt is specially designed for students in grades 6–12 and explores the exhibit's key artifacts and stories.