6 Website Activities on Kinetic Energy for Kids

The key to helping kids start to appreciate the different forms of energy, like potential or kinetic energy, is to show them how those everyday activities demonstrate different energy types. One good place to start is with kinetic energy, and one great way to introduce kids to kinetic energy is online activities and games. The following six website offer some great tools to introduce kids to one of the most fun forms of energy to play with. Read more...
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eLibrary - Keep a Virtual eBook Library in the Classroom

By using the open-source eBook virtual library called eLibrary, you can catalog all of your books so that your students can easily find something interesting to read. eLibrary is a bit unique because it gives you the option to not only collection and organize e-books, but also any regular books that you might have as part of your library.
Read more... (01/09/2013)


DocsTeach.org - A Great Resource for Social Studies Teachers

In its own words, the goal of DocsTeach.org is to help teachers “bring history to life for your students.” The site is an offshoot of the National Archives website, a government-sponsored collection of vital historic and legal documents from different eras of our country’s history.
Read more... (12/11/2012)


AlgebraLAB - Use Math To Solve Science Problems

Often in school subjects, particularly math and science, overlap. AlgebraLAB is designed to address the overlap between math and science by helping students apply their basic math skills to problems in science. This is done through lessons, practice problems and exposing students to real-world application of the skills.
Read more... (12/11/2012)


ArtsConnectEd: A Terrific Interative Site for Teachers of all Disciplines

ArtsConnectEd, created in conjunction with the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Walker Art Center, is an interactive collection of art and educational resources for K-12 educators and their students. The site has two main components. Art Finder allows users to search the museums’ digital collection of art, texts, audio, video and interactive activities. Art Collector provides a platform for users to save, customize and share works from sets.
Read more... (12/03/2012)


VYM - A Powerful Mind Mapping Tool for Students

Vym (View Your Mind) is a mind map application that provides students with a way to better organize notes and plan out the path of research or papers for class in a way that can help even the most complicated topics make sense.
Read more... (11/07/2012)


Readworks.org - Teach Reading Comprehension

Teaching reading to students of any age can be overwhelming. The volume of skills and strategies children need to acquire, along with the need to select appropriate materials, can overwhelm the best teacher. Readworks.org, a site which helps to address the challenges of teaching literacy, provides teachers with a well-organized framework for effectively organizing instruction.
Read more... (11/05/2012)


Scootpad.com - Boost Math and Reading Skills

Children in kindergarten through fifth grade can use ScootPad to boost their math and reading skills. The fun, interactive website features games, questions and activities. Kids participate in a self-paced, personalized program that helps make building math and reading skills an engaging process.
Read more... (11/05/2012)


Historypin.com - View Historic Images on Maps

A virtual interactive timeline, History Pin gives users a new way to experience history. With this tool, users pin photos to a virtual map and share the stories behind the photos. The map can then be searched by place or time to discover what others have shared.
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Kiteedu.com - A Multi-Dimensional Teacher Tool

The nationwide implementation of Common Core standards poses new challenges to educators. Lessons and activities need to be aligned and assessed with constant regard for the new standards. Kite, which describes itself as "the premier toolset for the modern teacher" is a free collection of resources to help teachers create, grade and monitor student progress in connection with the Common Core standards.
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Do2learn.com - Resources for Children With Special Needs

Finding resources for children with special needs can be difficult. Do2Learn provides parents and children with special needs the educational and behavioral resources they need. These resources include worksheets, advice, computer-based instruction and educational games to help students with disabilities such as autism, attention deficit disorder and other learning, emotional and behavior disorders.
Read more... (10/18/2012)


Highlights for Children Goes Beyond the Magazine

Highlights is a very popular educational magazine for kids that provides stories, games and lots of great content children love. The online offerings at the Highlights Magazine website provides kids with everything from picture stories, coloring pages, crafts, science experiments and so much more.
Read more... (10/08/2012)


RADLab - Teach Radioactivity in the Classroom

Installed on a classroom computer or as a freeware application that your students can install on their own computer, the RADLab provides a way to perform radiation experience without risking actual radiation exposure in the classroom.
Read more... (10/03/2012)


Chockadoc - View Documentaries Online

A great documentary can bring a subject to life. Chockadoc helps teachers and students delve further into subjects by offering a large selection of free documentaries. Over 2,000 documentaries are offered by Chockadoc. They range from biographies and other educational documentaries to those focused on sports and the performing arts.
Read more... (10/03/2012)


Rubistar - An Efficient Tool for Creating Rubrics

The current assessment-driven climate requires teachers to continually examine and evaluate student work. Rubrics are an effective way to grade projects and activities using specific, measurable criteria. Creating rubrics can be challenging. However, Rubistar provides teachers with an easy-to-use structure for creating them.
Read more... (09/28/2012)


Aplusclick.com - Free Math and Logic Problems

For math and logic problems, A+ Click is the place to go. The website features a large selection of interactive math problems for first through 12th grade. Problems cover multiple areas of math, including geometry, algebra, data analysis and general numbers and operations. All problems contain visual illustrations to make them easier for children to solve.
Read more... (09/28/2012)


Storybird.com - For Aspiring Writers and Avid Readers

Teachers, students, artists and writers will all find something to love about Storybird, a literary site which encourages collaboration and sharing of original stories. Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read, and print.
Read more... (09/21/2012)


Mathisfun.com - Free Math Games, Lessons And Dictionary

Math is not fun for a lot of kids, but Math Is Fun seeks to change that. It offers games, a math dictionary and basic math lessons to help kids learn math. Content is geared toward students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Some basic worksheets are also included to download for extra practice.
Read more... (09/11/2012)


Physicsclassroom.com: A Comprehensive Resource for Teachers and Students

PhysicsClassroom.com offers a wide range of extensive resources such as tutorials, animations, review questions and teacher tools which will facilitate the process of studying the exciting and complex world of physics.
Read more... (09/03/2012)


iTunesU.com - Take Free University Courses and Expand Your Horizons

iTunesU is exactly what it sounds like - a University course system that is integrated into iTunes itself. Think podcasting for professors. iTunesU can help you to constantly fortify your level of knowledge with lectures and courses across a wide variety of subjects.
Read more... (09/03/2012)


Timetoast.com - Create Interactive Timelines

Creating timelines just got a little bit easier and more interactive with Timetoast . This timeline creation tool allows you to put together timelines online and share them by embedding the timeline on your website, tweeting or e-mailing a link or sharing the timeline on Facebook.
Read more... (08/27/2012)

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