Photo Credit: “What Goes Around, Come Around” by Bonnie Monteleone Last year, my 6th and 7th grade students collected a series of articles and videos that focus on New Energy Technologies That Reduce Climate Change. This year, I teach only 6th grade and this year’s students are tackling the problem of plastic. It is floating […]
Photo credit: Discovery Channel On the Mythbusters episode titled Crash Force, Adam and Jamie focus on Newton’s 3rd law to determine whether two cars colliding head on at 50 mph each, is the same as one car traveling at 100mph, colliding a stationary wall. dordi from Sweden, has put together a free lesson plan on […]
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 […]