This site looks like it would have value and appeal to 5th grade through middle school. Eye catching design for this group. The site has helpful items such as book reviews, health tips, and general facts that could help with homwork. But it also has fun, high interest items like the chance to "Yak" and videos that are appropiate for this age group.
This learning activity allows students to generate story starter ideas for their own myths. By choosing a character and setting, they are able to build a story. This links to a larger unit on myths, folktales and fairy tales.
Good enrichment site for our 3rd grade curriculum. Engineering Interact is free, interactive, science courseware for 9-11 year olds, developed by the Univeristy of Cambridge Department of Engineering. The aim is to excite children about engineering.
Watch and learn about the giant squid and the mysteries surrounding this deep sea creature with expert Dr. Neil Landman. Continue to interactive activities to discover more. Includes a teacher's guide.
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