Interactive Whiteboard Resources. MapMaker Page Maps. You may download this map, modify it, and use it in any way, provided that you charge no fee for anyone to view or use any item that includes or is based on this map.
If you use this map, you must include the following credit in association with it: "Map courtesy National Geographic. National Geographic does not review or endorse content added to this map by others. " Any use in a product or service for which a fee is charged, by you or someone else, requires a license; contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to obtain a license. Ict games. Interactive Whiteboard Activities During Reading. Posted by Miss Kelly Jordan on Sunday, June 19th 2011 I first got an interactive whiteboard in my classroom in 2008.
I was teaching Prep at the time and it was a steep learning curve to discover how I could best use it to engage my students and improve learning outcomes. Fast forward three years and I am teaching Grade Two in an open classroom with Kathleen Morris. I love the enormous range of interactive websites and tools available for my students, and while I could manage to teach without an IWB, I wouldn’t want to! It is difficult to think of any lessons where Kathleen and I don’t utilise the IWB and our planning documents include many links to websites each week.
We use the IWB during our twenty minute blogging session every day, and it is often used for our CAFE reading strategy too. Below are just a few of the games our students have used this year. Wall of Words – This game focuses on sequencing sentences correctly and adding correct punctuation. All Interactive Whiteboard Resources. Interactive whiteboards. The Education Network Australia (edna) www.edna.edu.au that closed on 30 September 2011 provided services to the Australian education and training community from 1997 to 2011. Archived content Some material including reports published by education.au staff and information about edna has been archived through PANDORA and can be searched using the Trove service at the Pandora site. The Internet Archive Wayback Machine provides an archive of versions of the between 1996 and 2010 . Interactive sites for Interactive Whiteboard Equipment at I4C.
Interactive Whiteboard Resources: Science, Key Stage 1 - Topmarks Education. Our Bodies An excellent lesson on naming the parts of the human body.
Ourselves Science Clips For 5 - 6 year olds, this site looks at differences between living and non-living things, the names of the main body parts of humans and animals and how animals move in different ways. Healthy Eating A series of superb interactive screens which introduce children to healthy eating. Make a Balanced Plate Sort the foods on the plate to see which food groups they belong to. Unmuddle the Meals A drag and drop activity where meals are divided into their ingredients. A Healthy Lunchbox Select items for a healthy lunchbox by dragging and dropping the various foods. Farm to Fork Challenge A game where children see if they know the stages that food goes through from the farm to their plate. Sound and Hearing Science Clips Useful sorting activities where children can learn that sounds are generated in different ways and they vary in tone and loudness.
Zapping Germs The Hand Washing Challenge. Writing Fun by Jenny Eather - helping kids with how to write using text organizers - an interactive writing resource. Storyline Online.