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International Space Station Interactive

Date: October 8, 2014 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Fun Stuff, Interactive, Science 0

Today some students were asking about the weather and space. It brought up the discussion of the International Space Station and its purpose. They then wanted to know what it looked like, how the astronauts survived, how they slept, etc. I found this great interactive from NASA that introduces the space station as well as…

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Cells & Organelles

Date: March 17, 2014 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Science, Vocab 0

Make sure you can identify the organelles and list their function.  See me if you have questions. Choose a Study ModeScatterLearnFlashcards Study these flash cards | Study science flash cards Clipped from: www.sheppardsoftware.com (share this clip) Clipped from: learn.genetics.utah.edu (share this clip) Clipped from: learn.genetics.utah.edu (share this clip) Clipped from: www.johnkyrk.com (share this clip) Clipped…

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Long Division

Date: November 19, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Math 0

If you need to bone up on your long division skills here are some good resources. When converting fractions to decimals you must be able to divide, so try out the websites below to help you master this skill. The silly saying above may help you remember, or use the one we learned in class:…

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Measuring Metric Length

Date: October 29, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Science 0

We are onto our new measurement topic….length. We no longer use feet and inches in science, now it’s all about meters, centimeters, millimeters & sometimes even kilometer. Check out the activities below to practice your measuring skills. You will need to master these to determine the volume of solids coming up in our next topic….

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Exponents Practice

Date: October 22, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Math 0

Exponents may be a bit challenging for some, but here are some great activities to help you review! Remember that the exponent does not simply mean to multiply the base x exponent. Rather, the exponent tells us how many times to multiply the base. You can also find some resource I posted last year here…

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Wonderville

Date: October 18, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Science 0

The weekend is coming….and you might have some time to kill…so why not check out this cool science website: Wonderville!! Wonderville offers a cool view of science topics using comics, games, videos & experiments. There are pages for teachers & parents as well. Check out the link below & leave a note to tell me…

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Mixed Numbers & Improper Fractions

Date: October 16, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Math 0

Can you convert mixed numbers to an improper fraction or vice versa?  This is a great skill to help you identify their place on a number line.  Check out the activities below to help you review this concept. (Share Clip)   (Share Clip)   (Share Clip)   (Share Clip)   (Share Clip)     Listen

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Fraction Reinforcement Tools

Date: October 4, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Math 0

Here are some great visuals and tools to help reinforce the concepts of fractions & how to compare and order them.   (Share Clip)   (Share Clip)   (Share Clip)   (Share Clip)   Listen

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MobyMax

Date: September 12, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Technology, Web 2.0 4

Moby Max is an interactive website that helps find and fix missing skills in math & ELA.  This website has the ability to be a great tool in the classroom since students have different areas of needs and strengths, and these can be challenging to pinpoint so early in the school year.  While it is…

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Class Dojo

Date: September 10, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Links, Technology 0

This year we will be using an easy to use website that makes tracking behavior super easy!  Class Dojo is a quick way to track behaviors & accomplishments and allows students to monitor their own progress.  Best of all…it’s FREE!!!  Your parents can also be involved and see how you’re doing, and personally I LOVE…

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