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.
Photo credit: ZeptoLab UK Limited Cut The Rope: Time Travel is a game that focuses on principles of physics, and problem solving skills. For the iPhone or iPad, click here for the free app. Save
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Geo Patterns Disclaimer: this game requires Flash.
Sesame Street often taught about the letters of the alphabet by using skits. Here are some of my favorites: A’s Anatomy Do You See the Letter C in the Clouds D is for Dress Up F is for Face G is for Garden H is for Healthy Rube Goldberg Letter L Law and Order Special […]
Photo credit: HHMI BioInteractive In this film clip titled, “Making of the Fittest” scientists learn how fish can lose their pelvis and pelvic spines (which is equivalent to four-legged animals loosing their hind legs). Save Save
Photo credit: Powerhouse Animation Studios, Inc. Joshua M. Sneideman has partnered with Powerhouse Animation Studios, Inc. to create an animated lesson to teach students about Earth’s deep time, through the use of various analogies. Disclaimer: The analogies are presented rather rapidly and might be a bit confusing at that speed, as the topic is already […]
Photo credit: www.science4us.com Trace The Flow is a game that helps students to think about