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Virtual Lab: Critter Variables

Date: November 17, 2014 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Science 4

Click on the image below to take your variables skills to the next level.  Can you complete Discovery Education’s Virtual Lab and determine the best conditions that these critters need to survive?  Have fun & leave a comment with the correct conditions for credit. Listen

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U-Draw Scientific Variables

Date: November 14, 2014 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Science 5

Click the link below. Using your mouse, draw a BOX around the control, UNDERLINE the dependent variable, and CIRCLE the independent variable.   U-Draw Scientific Variables. Listen

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International Space Station Interactive

Date: October 8, 2014 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Fun Stuff, Interactive, Science 1

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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I Know That….cells

Date: March 17, 2014 Author: test Categories: Science 0

One of the best sites I’ve come across lately for cell review is I Know That.  They have a kid-friendly plant & animal cell review activity that also reads each of the organelle names.  You can also look at cells under a microscope to give you a chance to see “real life cells”.  I highly…

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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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sumdog

Date: September 10, 2013 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Math, Technology, Web 2.0 0

This year we will be using the website Sumdog fairly regularly. It was a hit with my classes last year and it’s sure to be a fan favorite this year as well. Sumdog is a website that offers fun, interactive, multiplayer games to reinforce math & language arts skills. It is free to sign up…

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How are your rounding skills?

Date: March 12, 2013 Author: test Categories: regular 0

Follow my blog with Bloglovin This week we begin our Sales Tax lesson…and you MUST be able to round to the nearest cent. Start refreshing this skill by trying out the game Scooter Quest by Sheppard Software (Share Clip)   Listen

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Super Scale of the Universe (and cells!)

Date: March 5, 2013 Author: test Categories: regular 0

My students loved this Scale of the Universe interactive I showed them when we were learning about cells.  It really helped put the size of  organelles into perspective with other objects for them….very visual!  Today, I was put on to the latest scale project…this time the interactive was created by 14yr old twin boys!  Read more about them here…

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Planet or Animal cell?

Date: March 4, 2013 Author: test Categories: photo 0

Do you know the difference between plant & animal cells?  Sheppard Software offers tutorials, games & quizzes to help you compare & contrast these cells.  Give them a look! Listen

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