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Read Write Think
These interactive tools can be used to supplement a variety of lessons and provide an opportunity for students to use technology while developing their literacy skill
Reading Portfolio Assignments
Online activity in which students will review a book, article, photo, poem, and a site in their online Google Docs portfolio.
The Spang Gang Web Program
Standard aligned pages that provide resources that teach, practice and assess through riveting activities.
Games by grade level designed to reinforce the following skills:
Vocabulary and Concept Development
Sixth Grade Skill Builders Interactive Sites
Federal NCLB standards designed by internet 4 classrooms
Students will read, journal, research, create a PowerPoint presentation and make an oral presentation on a favorite author.
Literature: Online Activities for Upper Elementary
These websites include interactive activities to work on reading skills. Activities focus on different skills like fact and opinion, compare and contrast, and drawing conclusions. There are links to eTheme resources on other literature activities, reading strategies, and online stories.
Online lesson with introduction, task, resources, process, evaluation, and conclusion. Go to Find WebQuests and type in your topic of choice.
Sixth Grade Sites to Explore
Links to a variety of sites covering Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Science.
Student Writing Tools and Practice
Keyboarding and Handwriting
Sentence and Paragraph Makers
Proofread and Edit
Grammar and Parts of Speech
Poetry Templates and Examples
Instant Poetry for Students. Templates and examples for over 50 types of poetry.
Judy Leff's site which highlights 10 poets with additional supporting links and exemplars of student work.
Number Patterns Relationships
Time and Money
Measurement and Geometry
Decimals, Fractions and Percents
Data and Probability
Pearson Successnet Math
Sharpen math skills and vocabulary with exciting online math games and crossword puzzles.
Sixth grade math skills with unlimited interactive practice, explanations, examples, and challenge games.
Use this tool to learn about everything from number operations to ratios, fractions, measurement, money, angles and directions.
Action-packed site where students can practice math skills, solve word problems, watch math videos, play logic games and have some fun!
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
Create a Graph
Great math activities involving planes.
**Harcourt Social Studies**
Online component with adventure activities, virtual field trips, a variety of atlas and more.
**National Archive of Educators and Students**
Lessons by era with online activities to complete, standard correlations, teaching activities. Great on-line document, photo and cartoon analysis worksheets and more.
The Library of Congress
This is a great source for primary source images and other media.
- A hotlist of links for many of the ancient civilizations.
- A site from MrDonn.org. Very easy to read information, with cartoon clipart. Click Ancient Civilizations to find more.
**Ben's Guide to U.S. Government**
- Super site that covers our nation, historical documents, government, how laws are made, election process, and citizenship. Information and games.
- A site from the British Museum that has simple information about Ancient China.
- Super site for finding maps of all kinds.
GREECE A Webquest
A great activity in which students take on roles as ancient Geecian tour guides. All links and handouts are provided.
Ancient Egyptian Culture Exhibit
- This is a site from the Minnesota State Univeristy museum. Very well organized and covers a variety of Ancient Egypt topics.
- A site with many links to study pyramids, mummies, hieroglyphs and other aspects of ancient Egypt.
- This is a great WebQuest for learning about Ancient Egypt. Even if you skip the quest, you can get some great links!
Microsoft Live Earth
- Great resource for studying geography and the earth.
Houghton Mifflin Science
Cricket Connections, Discover Simulations, Crossword Puzzles, eWord Games, eGlossary, and Word Finds for each unit and chapter.
SCIENCE ONLINE TEXT LOGIN
Topic Selection Wizard
to help you find a topic that can hold your interest.
**The Science Spot**
An extensive kid zone for science
Discover the science behind the stuff you do everyday.
**Britannica Roller Coaster Physics**
Animated and labeled map of a roller coaster. Click on the labels to learn more about each one.
Click on the question links to read answers to each question.
Amusement Park Physics
Read the information and click on the links on the diagram at the bottom. You can even click on a link to design your own roller coaster!
Fun way to improve spelling. Dramatically improve your students ability to earn and retain spelling words. Over 6,600 words to practice with. Easily customize lists that will be used in all the games on the site.
Dance Mat Typing
Begin at Level 1 and build up your skills gradually through to Level 4.
"Paste the Keys" Typing
- “Paste the Keys” typing exercises for all levels
- This is the very popular BBC typing website with a humorous goat as the host.
"Alphabet Rain" Typing
focuses on learning typing with the rhythm of music.
- Typing exercises and speed test
Basic typing site that keeps track of progress. Need to register for a login to use site.
The Bird Can Blog:Online Writing With a Twist
Want to improve your students' quality and quantity of writing? Check out this lesson plan for grades 3-5! Students assume the persona of a real or imagined classroom pet and write a blog describing daily activities in the classroom.
Biography Brainstorm:Using Word and the Web to Jumpstart Research
Students use Internet resources and Microsoft Word drawing tools to brainstorm (through webbing) questions about a person they will research and write about.
A Picture's Worth 1000 Words:Decoding Intercultural Symbols
In this interdisciplinary lesson, K-8 students try to interpret what pictographs -- pictures that symbolize a word or concept -- really mean. Then they write sentences using their own pictograph system.
What's The Word?
Students define 4-5 words, create crossword puzzles with a free online tool, and then share their puzzles for review purposes.
Croc or Gator?
Students read online information about crocodiles and alligators, write down the similarities and differences, and then create a Venn Diagram.
An Attitude of Gratitude: A PowerPoint About Being Thankful
Students think "outside the box" to identify unusual things they’re thankful for, and then use digital content (audio, images, movies...) to represent those things on a PowerPoint slide. Students’ slides are combined into a class slide show.
Look But Don't Touch:Dangerous Animal Facts
Using an age-appropriate reference site, students identify three facts on a dangerous animal then record those facts on a printable graphic organizer.
Get into the Flow with an Interactive Volcano
Working in small groups, students research the structural elements of a volcano and type 5 facts onto a PowerPoint slide. With adult help, groups then combine their slides into a slideshow, and make an interactive table of contents using a volcano diagram and PowerPoint's Action Buttons.
Human Body Board Game
Students research a system of the body, write questions and answers on game cards in Word, and then play the using a game board template from Word.
Prehistoric Pen Pals
Students research dinosaurs, assume the personality of a specific dinosaur species, and write online “getting to know you” letters to other student-dinosaurs in the class. Students then swap letters and write replies.
Slicing Up Fractions
Students review the concepts of equivalent fractions, adding fractions, and multiplying fractions as they solve problems involving pieces (fractions!) of pizza.
Students learn basic facts about giant and lesser pandas, then categorize same or differing characteristics onto an online Venn diagram.
Illustrating Student Writing
In this lesson, students type in Microsoft Word a descriptive paragraph about a person or other creature they would most like to meet. They then draw in Microsoft Paint a picture of that person and/or of their meeting, and insert that image into the Word document.
Tasty Tech Activity With Excel
This lesson plan helps classroom teachers introduce basic Excel skills to students in elementary and middle school. Students rank their opinions of menu items from fast food restaurants, add their answers to the spreadsheet, and then create a simple graph of the results. This lesson takes 1-2 sessions, approximately 30-45 minutes each.
Students practice formatting basics for use in classroom writing activities.
How Does it End? A Lesson in Creativity
Students use drawing software, such as Paint to draw, or write and draw, their own endings to a read-aloud story.
Online Safety, Security and Privacy
Netsmartz Safety Tips
What is Cyber Bullying?
help on how to format text
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