The sixteen lessons are comprised of three progressive components: sayART™, seeART™, and doART™. Each of the sixteen lessons takes a contextual approach to the principles and history of art, blending humor, animation and storytelling.
Historypin is the place where people come together to share their historical pictures and stories. Together we want to collect old photos to build up a digital history of the world. Explore Google Maps through an extra dimension, time.
Free audio books in genre Children that you can download in mp3, iPod and iTunes format for your portable audio player.
We continue to use this resource over and over again. Having unabridged versions of classic books on ipods is wonderful. I like the way this resource has the book covers for us to visualize the story while choosing it "off the shelf". Thank you to the team at Books Should Be Free!
How Big Really? compares where you live to that of geographical events or information. I compared the area if the Valdez oil spill had happened where I live - fascinating. There is also How Many Really? A great way to make geography relevant.
Concept lessons will use Google Earth to present math topics, such as rates or scientific notation in unique ways.
Project-Based Learning activities will include lessons that will require the collaborative efforts of students in pairs or groups. These lessons may be of a longer duration and require additional outsource materials.
Measurement lessons will make extensive use of the ruler tool in Google Earth to accomplish problem solving activities.
Exploratory lessons will follow non-traditional math topics such as fractals, topology, or modern geometry.
Space lessons will utilize Google’s Moon, Mars, and Sky for activities in Math and other subject areas.