Multiplication game: Fluently multiply within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division or properties of operations.
Grade 1-6 Online Math Games: Math Playground has organized its learning games around the Common Core standards for grades 1-6. While not every standard is covered by the activities on Math Playground, we will continue to create new games that meet those objectives. Wherever possible, we've attempted to cross-reference game pages with the Common Core objectives they meet. These references can be found beneath each game or activity. This level of organization continues to be a work in progress.
Google Art Project: Street Art. Take a trip down a rabbit hole of endless art with this virtual exhibit on Street Art from the Google Cultural Institute. View individual pieces from around the globe by hovering over spots on the map, or explore specific audio/video tours of works in New York City, Buenos Aires, and Malmö. The “Stories to Discover” section shows more amazing graffiti from all over the world. There is a section of GIFs for the web as well as one with artist profiles. Beautiful and informative.
Good for: Gr. 7 & up instructor resource, solo exploration, group projects. (Source)
English language arts
Engage students and build phonemic awareness by using Alphabet Organizer in the classroom. Students create an alphabet book or alphabet chart with words for each letter of the alphabet. Or choose just one word per letter and upload an image to help early readers make a visual connection between the word and the beginning letter.
Video demonstrates how to make every letter of the alphabet with lego.
Hstry is a multimedia timeline creation tool that will work on your laptop, Chromebook, iPad or tablet. Students can interact and comment on peer timelines. Use a variety of media to highlight important biographical, historical, or literary events in chronological order. Add in video, images, audio, and text to the events these engaging timeline. Grades: 3-12
* I expect that teachers will evaluate each resource for themselves before sharing with students.
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