Photo credit: TeachMe, Inc. Math Muncher is a fun game for practicing pre-k to 8th grade math skills like arithmetic (adding, subtracting, dividing, & multiplication), estimating, fractions, decimals, pre-algebra, and algebra.
Photo credit: Manhattan Beach Unified School District My daughter (while in 2nd grade) joined my class for bring your child to work day, and she worked with the 8th graders as they made models of geologic time. This activity was engaging for both age groups. Find the details for the activity here. Disclaimer: Adding machine […]
Photo credit: turtlediary.com Place Value Game from turtlediary.com is a practical game to help students learn about place value using digital base ten blocks. Disclaimer: It appears like players must either agree to seeing advertisements, or subscribe and pay in order to play without advertisements.
Photo credit: flazm Truck Loader 4 is a game where players must use an electro-magnet to complete loading tasks, quickly. Save
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy explains how prefixes, and suffixes can be added to the body of a shorter word to make a longer word.
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy explains three parts of speech (adjectives, nouns, and verbs) using a fun memory trick. Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy explains which types of words are nouns (a person, place, thing, or idea). Save Save
Untamed Science has created a number of short videos to teach students about scientific concepts and to answer many interesting questions that are based in science. Here are some of the music videos that they have made, which tie in well with what is taught in 6th and 7th grade. Photo credit: Untamed Science […]
Photo credit: Veritasium Learning through songs can really benefit select students. This music video describes how sodium and chlorine bond to make salt.
Photo credit: gabref.jp Many people do not clearly understand what causes the phases of the moon, and frequently it is thought that the Earth’s shadow is responsible for the changes that we see. Watch this short video to learn more about the phases of the moon.
Photo credit: Jenaro Gonzalez, Ingrid Solano, Diego Doncel Writing a suspensful story can be difficult, but Victoria Smith has put together a short video tutorial on TedEd, which has some great tips on how to do this successfully.