Photo credit: roomrecess.com Rhyme Round Up is a game that provides students a chance to practice rhyming words, short vowels, and their listening skills.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Beach Jeep is a game that allows students to practice plural noun endings, adjectives, adverbs, and irregular verbs.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Trick or Treat is a game that students can play to practice determining character traits, story settings, and vocabulary.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Tone is a game that allows students the chance to practice reading the tone of various paragraphs.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Kid Heroes Fractions is a game where students practice their fractions from halves to eighths.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Sir Roundalot is a game that helps students practice rounding and estimating.
Photo credit: Dreamworks Animation, LLC School of Dragons have put together some resources to help students understand how to design a scientific experiment. An experiment should have the following parts: A question that the scientist is trying to answer (Asking the Right Question) A hypothesis (Practice Writing Hypotheses) Variables (Identifying Variables, Understanding Variables) Procedures Data […]
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Super “e” is a short video from Nessy that helps students understand the rules that “e” at the end of a word (after a consonant), gives its power to the vowel in front of it, allowing the vowel to say its own name (a long vowel sound instead of a […]
Photo credit: Shmoop This video dynamically describes why a solid conclusion is so important, and how to construct one. Mr. T Sallee also has a short video that describes how to put a good conclusion together.
Photo credit: Rebecca Malone This short video describes the rules for punctuating dialogue.