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An update to last April’s post about free web-based IWBs.
Listen and Read Veterinarian Level A, Community Club Discover, through the words, images, and audio of this engaging read-aloud, how a veterinarian cares for animals large and small.
Very few of us are likely to ever make it into outer space, unless the various space tourism ventures become mainstream successes. Even then the price of being flown into space will be so high that normal, everyday folk like you and I will only be able to look on with dreams of one day affording such a once-in-a-lifetime trip. The closest most of us will ever get to the stars and planets is observing them from here on this big blue ball we call Earth.
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Herff Jones | Nystrom maps, globes, atlases, and charts now come alive in an environment where teachers and students can actively engage with our multi-layered world and easily share content and collaborate in ways never before imagined. Completely web-based and powered by the Google Earth API, StrataLogica is designed for computers, projectors and interactive whiteboards.
Click here to buy all the episodes on DVD. The retro-style appeal of this ground breaking 70s sitcom is available through gen ñ for the first time on the web. This beloved old-school show set trends, broke new ground, was lauded in the NY times and People mag and is a comedy touchstone for Latinos everywhere. Luis G.
Episode 30: March 30, 2012 by Jason Marshall Would you believe it’s possible to send someone a secret message secured with absolutely unbreakable encryption using only a bit of simple arithmetic? Well, it is—the solution is surprisingly simple and was used by British, German, and American spy agencies throughout World War II. Curious to know how it works?
Posted by admin | Posted in Create , Knowledge (remember) , Primary Elementary , Science , Secondary Elementary , Teacher Resources , Understand (describe, explain) , Websites | Posted on 19-01-2012 Tags: anastasis , animals , earth , ecosystem , habitats , inquiry , outdoors , plants , Science This post is going to be formatted a little differently than most are-so fair warning.