Photo credit: NimbleBit, LLC Learn about genetics by playing pocket frogs. Try to determine which parents are needed to create a particular offspring. Disclaimer: pocket frogs is available for the iPad and iPhone. Save Save
Here is a Kahoot to play as a review of concepts taught during the first half of my art class.
Photo credit: Science Doodles Created by an award winning teacher in Texas, this free set of foldables that focus on the water cycle is great! I use it in the 7th grade, even though it is geared towards a younger age group (grades 3-6). Many students recognize these as something that they used in […]
Photo credit: Kim Sal I like this short poem/song that helps students remember to difference between weathering and erosion (which often get confused). It also provides a solid explanation for deposition. It is offered as a free resource on Teachers Pay Teachers. Photo credit: The Hippo Lady For a shorter version, the Hippo Lady has […]
Photo credit: Dan Russell Dan Russell has put together a web-page, which has wonderful animations that are great visual tools, that I like to use when teaching students about waves. I particularly like how students can see how the individual particles move.
Photo credit: Holocene Holdings LLC Alien Intruders is a video game (like Space Invaders) that provides students an opportunity to learn/review concepts connected to energy transformations.
Photo credit: BYU MCOM Watch the video above to learn about sentence structure.
Photo credit: BYU MCOM See the video above, to see how active voice is achieved by keeping the subject and verb close to each other within a sentence. Photo credit: BYU MCOM Watch this video to see how to use strong verbs in active voice. It helps to clarify, by first knowing who is doing […]
Photo credit: BYU MCOM The short video above teaches students about how to identify when commas and periods should be used. To learn more about the FANBOYS (coordinating conjunctions) click here. Save
Photo credit: The Quiet Creative The Quiet Creative has created a short video that verbally and visually explains the difference between area and perimeter. Save Save