Link to Big 6 resources. 6 steps to completing and presenting a research project.
Links are grade specific to help students practice on specific concept areas.
A categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth. It is updated often to include the best sites for teaching and learning.
This page can serve as an aid in reaching out and finding project and activity tools more easily. It provides a comprehensive collection of resources. In the section under Reading Activities, there are the types of activities you can model.
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Provided by the Carolina Center for Public Service at UNC Chapel Hill, teacher science resources for grades 3-5.
Great site to lesson plans and resources on Olympic games.
Free lesson plans, professional development and more for preK-12 educators.
Read Across America Day is the nation's largest reading event, occurring each year on or near Dr. Seuss's birthday (March 2nd). Our sister site Reading Rockets is a national partner of NEA's Read Across America project. To help mark the event at your school, they have created some resources you can use to celebrate reading on Read Across America Day and every day!
This web site, which accompanies the five-art PBS television series "reading Rockets," provides teachers with reading strategies that are proven to work. The site is organized into five main topics: Roots of Reading, Sounds and Symbols, Fluent Reading, Writing and Spelling, and Reading for meaning. Each topic provides an overview of the concept, explains its importance, gives links to related articles and content, and offers educators the opportunity to watch archived television interviews with top reading experts. There's also a form for sharing strategies with peers, as well as suggested booklists and selected answers to key educator questions.
This web site is great for teaching reading strategies
Science News for Kids is a new Web site devoted to science news for children of ages 9 to 13. their goal is to offer timely items of interest to kids, accompanied by suggestions for hands-on activities, books, articles, Web resources, and other useful materials.
The Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum organization, has launched an exciting new Web site for educators, families, and students.
Grades 3 and up. There are more than 100 tales available with titles like "the Weirdest Day Ever" and "My First Ouch". Wacky Tales was designed so that students can type in the missing words and then click the "See Your Wacky Web Tale" button to read the completed tale.
Ann Arbor District Library collection of book reviews by kids.