Lesson activity will provide learning activity for a lead-up hockey skill (Striking, long implement). Offensive and defensive strategy, teamwork and sportsmanship are also an important aspect of the lesson.
We used first and last names. Every letter is an activity. You could spell answers to review questions, random questions, or vocab words. Possibilities are endless! Work individually or as a group. Make it fit for your curriculum and environment.
This site is great for elementary students to use to reinforce their keyboarding skills with easy-to-play keyboarding games.
Site can be used for free as an individual or on a fee basis for a family/class plan providing the ability to monitor participation.
Using ARIS open-source platform, students create a scavenger hunt/game for district students to explore local community career opportunities. Â
Abraham Lincoln's Crossroads is an educational game based on the traveling exhibition Lincoln: The Constitution & the Civil War, which debuted at the National Constitution Center in June 2005.
The online game is intended for advanced middle- and high-school students. It invites them to learn about Lincoln's leadership by exploring the political choices he made. An animated Lincoln introduces a situation, asks for advice and prompts players to decide the issue for themselves, before learning the actual outcome. At the end of the game, players discover how frequently they predicted Lincoln's actions. A Resources Page keyed to each chapter provides links to relevant Websites on Lincoln and the Civil War, permitting students to explore issues in more depth.
This video allows the teacher and students to have a visual and auditory of what a letter looks like along with its auditory sound. This is great for thos students that are having difficulty learning the letters and sound. It can be stopped at anytime as to not overwhelm a child.
This resource is a full tutorial on the organelles of an animal cell. The online animation includes interaction with the organelles. As you click on the organelles their function and definition pop up along with relevant animations. After completing the organelle tutorial the site offers an animal cell organelle game to check a student's understanding along with a quiz.
This resource could be used as a precursor to direct instruction allowing student's to explore the organelles and their function prior to a formal teacher led lesson. This could also supplement students who may have been absent during the organelle lesson or are in need of further individualized instruction on the organelles. This tutorial could also be used as a culminating review for students to check their understanding of the organelles, their function, location and definition.
Farming ants might sound like a crazy thing to do unless you might like to eat chocolate covered ants. It turns out we can learn a lot from ants and the best way is to build your own ant farm.
Scoring sheet to use during an archery unit. The students can play the game cricket much like the dart game cricket. The students will need to shoot 3 arrows per round and the goal is to hit all the rings (10) 3 times. This is usually done as a group effort and the 1st team to hit all the rings 3xs wins.
Articulate it! is a multi-player app created specifically to help children improve their speech sound production. It targets English consonant sounds at the word, phrase, sentence and story level. It is very easy to collect data on multiple children as well as use for feedback with the audio & video record features and camera. Articulate it! is certified by The REMLE Project to adhere to evidence-based practices and, based on the results of the study, effective in treatment of the triad of impairments.
AtomTouch is a molecular simulation app, created through a partnership between UW MRSEC and Field Day Lab, that allows learners to explore principles of thermodynamics and molecular dynamics in a tactile, exploratory way.
Banzai is a personal financial literacy tool in which students work through real life scenarios and deposit and spend their money with aid of "jars" representing budgeted money. It helps students understand and plan a budget.
In this online game, students will be building numbers using Base 10 blocks. Students decide if they want to select ones, tens, or hundreds. Students also get to choose if they want to read the number, listen to the number, or if they want to count the blocks given and deterine the number being represented.
Find the right vehicles for a new movie from the America on the Move collection, then watch the movie that you’ve created on the big screen. See how much you know about the history of transportation with the interactive games in this online collection. You can find information, artifacts and photographs in the collection as well.
This lesson uses familiar words from The Gingerbread Man to help early readers learn letterâ€“sound correspondence. Students begin with a teacher-conducted shared reading of the story. As students listen, they read the words in the refrain along with the teacher. After the third hearing of the story, students choose their favorite words from the story and identify the sounds that the letters make in the words. Students conclude the lesson by using the newly learned words in an online story of their own creation. To further reinforce letter-sound correspondence, students play an online interactive Picture Match game.
An interactive game/simulation to teach students how to determine blood types of patients and give successful blood transfusions. Includes two game-play options: Quick play and Mission based. Only the Mission based game has supplementary reading information on blood types and transfusions.
In this online game, learners test their knowledge of human anatomy. Learners are presented a mystery image of a body part and use their mouse to select the proper body part from a full size anatomical model (known as "Jerome"). Learners try to match all 10 body parts correctly. Use this activity to review human anatomy and/or introduce learners to the use of anatomical models.
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- SMILE Pathway: Science and Math Activities in One Search
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This resource is a collection of lesson plans and hands-on activities about aquatic macroinvertebrates and water quality for K-6 students.
All living beings are made up of cells. Some of them are made up of only one cell and others have many cells. Also in: Dutch | French | Hungarian | Spanish
This task/game allows students to practice addition while also thinking about ways to organize counting by randomly selecting two (two-digit) number cards and finding the sum. In addition, students are prompted with guiding questions to promote discourse. In closure, students use writing to reflect on their learning and thinking strategies during the game.
A web adventure featuring characters from the popular CSI series in which students participate in completing a crime scene investigation using proper forensic technique.
This classroom activity introduces students to the 16 career clusters, and provides them an opportunity to find two careers to match each career cluster in a group activity.
Facilitate middle school to high school transition using with the development of vocabulary related to transcripts, grades, course designation, and categorization vocabulary. Present and develop the vocabulary students need to understand course options and selection to plan the High School ACP and for options beyond high school.
This is a high activity game that works on passing, catching, moving to open space, teamwork, and a variety of other skills. It can be played with any number of students on a variety of playing areas. The only equipment needed is a ball.
This exercise is designed to introduce students to the events that occur in the cell cycle and the process of mitosis that divides the duplicated genetic material creating two identical daughter cells
This online interactive website chalk full of games and simulations cover all of the following topics:
*Plasma membrane structure and function, roles of phospholipids, transport proteins (carrier and channel), cholesterol and carbohydrates, types of transport, diffusion, facilitated diffusion, active transport, osmosis.
This is a perfect tutorial/game based/simulation driven online resource for teaching, re-teaching, or reviewing the basics behind the plasma membrane and cell transport.
At this website you receive clues and analyze data to solve the outbreak case and save lives! This interactive website allows you to be the disease detective.
This short activity will get your students moving and assessing their own strengths as future entrepreneurs. It can be used to start a class on factors of production or business organizations. The activity was developed using the characteristics of entrepreneurs identified by WESST, a business development organization serving New Mexico
The resource can be used as an introduction to a unit on Entrepreneurship or as a bell ringer.
The purpose of the word search is to provide a framework for chemical formulae review as well as creating awareness of differences between different naming methods for a variety of compounds. As formulae names are discovered they can be discussed and then the actual symbolic representation made.
This site is a gateway to projects involving public participants in real-world research, with hopes of fostering connections for sharing ideas and resources.
Students will use the Hopscotch or Tynker App (either on an iPad or web-based) to create their own video game. This project is designed for grades 6-8 but could be adopted to other grades. The project is intended for use after students complete the 20 hour course on introduction to coding on Code.org (https://studio.code.org/s/20-hour)
CodeMonkey is a great way for students to gain a better understanding of how programming works. It is an engaging platform where programming knowledge is acquired alongside 21st century skills through collaboratively playing and solving puzzles, inventing, creating and sharing.
"In this lesson, students will relate the concept of algorithms back to real-life activities by playing the Dice Race game. The goal here is to start building the skills to translate real-world situations to online scenarios and vice versa."