Grade 3 - Practice with Math Games Third grade builds on the foundations laid down in earlier grades for analyzing shapes and working with whole numbers and fractions. As students learn new tools and calculation methods, it’s important for them to practice these skills regularly. Math Games offers high-quality learning and review opportunities in a format that all students love – games! Pupils can use our free digital textbook, downloadable worksheets, apps, and large variety of customizable online games to review and improve their aptitude in skills such as: Multiplication and division Working out areas and perimeters of squares and rectangles Identifying, comparing and reducing fractions Estimating and rounding numbers Using tables to create bar graphs
The Super Simple Learning Resource Center Note: This article is Lesson 2 of our 8-part e-course, “Teaching Young Learners with Songs.” If you found it helpful, sign up to receive the rest of the course by creating a free account for the Super Simple Learning Resource Center. In the Classroom Music is a great tool to use in the classroom for young learners developing language skills. But what is the best way to introduce new songs to children? In this article, we’ll give you a few ideas and suggestions. Play Songs as Background Music First When you hear a song on the radio for the first time, you don’t start singing along with it right away. Digital Birth: Welcome to the Online World AMSTERDAM--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Uploading prenatal sonogram photographs, tweeting pregnancy experiences, making online photo albums of children from birth, and even creating email addresses for babies - today’s parents are increasingly building digital footprints for their children prior to and from the moment they are born. “Our research shows that the trend is increasing for a child’s digital birth to coincide with and in many cases pre-date their real birth date. A quarter of babies have sonogram photos posted online before they have even physically entered into the world. ”Tweet this Internet security company AVG surveyed mothers in North America (USA and Canada), the EU5 (UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain), Australia/New Zealand and Japan, and found that 81 percent of children under the age of two currently have some kind of digital profile or footprint, with images of them posted online.
Online Citizenship Explained by Common Craft Most people are good citizens in the offline world. They are kind to others, they obey laws and want their community to be a better place. But these days many of us are also citizens of the online world. We participate in discussions, share photos, and get help using websites. While this makes communication faster and easier, it can also cause problems. Stewart is a good guy. Online Safety Videos for Kids Birth of the Internet - Video clips of early pioneers talking about their work along with maps of Internet growth from the 1960s to the 1990s. (Flash required)Net Cetera: Heads Up - Before you post online, download a game or program, or buy something, take a second to stop and think before you click.Share With Care - Before you post anything online, ask yourself a few questions. How would you feel if your family, your teachers, or your coaches found it?Stand Up To Cyberbullying - Kids can stop cyberbullies by standing up for themselves or someone else.Stop Bullying .gov - These animated videos feature K.B.and her friends dealing with bullying at school.
Third Grade Educational Computer Games, Ages 8 - 9 ABCya is the leader in free educational computer games and mobile apps for kids. The innovation of a grade school teacher, ABCya is an award-winning destination for elementary students that offers hundreds of fun, engaging learning activities. Millions of kids, parents, and teachers visit ABCya.com each month, playing over 1 billion games last year. Apple, The New York Times, USA Today, Parents Magazine and Scholastic, to name just a few, have featured ABCya’s popular educational games. Classroom Icebreakers - Icebreakers, Ice Breakers, Ice Breaker Games These classroom icebreakers are teacher-approved activities and games that address classroom needs! We recommend the following icebreakers for students of all ages. Classroom Icebreakers Breaking the Ice / Introduction Games
Netiquette Module / Assessment - Group 5 Just as you are expected to exercise good etiquette/manners in the f2f classroom (raise your hand, listen to others, comment respectfully), you should do the same as an online learner. As defined by Ross of NetEtiquette, "'Netiquette' is network etiquette, the do's and don'ts of online communication. Netiquette covers both common courtesy online and the informal "rules of the road" of cyberspace." As your work through this assignment, you will discover the "Rules of Netiquette" which should be followed while in the online classroom - Discussion Board, Email and Chats. Always remember communication placed on the Internet, no matter how private you believe it to be, is public domain.
Online Safety Listen Cyberbullying It's not just strangers who can make you feel uncomfortable. Cyberbullying refers to cruel or bullying messages sent to you online. Videos - NetSafe Utah The following videos have been produced in an effort to educate students, parents, teachers and others on a variety of Internet safety topics. We invite you to view and/or download these videos for your educational benefit. If you would like to download any of the videos below, visit eMedia. Animated NetSafe Videos | NetSafe CyberSafe your Teens Program | NetSafe Video Clips | Additional Video Links