This educational song/video helps young children to understand that adding means to 'put together' and subracting means to 'take away' and also includes a story problem as an example for each.
Teaching young students to count from 1-100 using music, rhythm, counting, and finger/body movements help young minds remember order and patterns in numbers.
This video demonstrates the use of both relative and absolute cell references in Excel, applies their use to formulas, and shows how to fill the formulas into adjacent cells.
This video demonstrates how to use simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division formulas in Excel 20 and how to fill them to adjacent cells.
This video is a fictional account of a young girl named Becky who is in her first experience of social networking. It addresses Internet safety, cyberbullying, and privacy issues.
This is a pottery video showing how to make an ocarina or clay whistle. This was made for you by Janis Wilson Hughes, owner of Evolution Stoneware Pottery.
PowerBall is a great game for students to work on overhand throwing technique and accuracy. It involves two teams throwing at targets in the middle of the gym, rather than at other students. This game is a great alternate to dodgeball.
Stenhouse Publishers is a web-based organization that has Stenhouse books and videos that help teachers build students' skills as readers, writers, thinkers, and mathematicians. It has authors who are leading K-12 and university educators, who share innovative, practical, and research-based solutions to everyday challenges.
Students learn the appropriate use of a semicolon in a compound sentence. The 2:29 video uses an animated character speaking with a British accent to demonsrate when a semicolon is needed.
All students will benefit by watching the video, listening to the description, and seeing examples created through the animation.
Video overview of what text structure is.Â
Discusses with examples:
DescriptionSequenceComparisonCause and EffectProblem or Solution
Video offers clear examples for each of the structures with keywords emphasized. Easy to follow video for students and would work well for note-taking.
This easy, repetitous and familiar song helps engage students to name the letter and sounds of vowel letters.Â This version is also very easy to adapt the use of hand signals.
This resource is for advisors of a publication - yearbook, newspaper, desktop publishing. Â It contains a PDF with questions based on the hyperlinked video.
As the students watch this video they will gain an understanding of the process of how baby chicks hatch. This video is age appropriate, therefore it captures the students' attention which allows for retention.