Edheads - Activate Your Mind!

Edheads - Activate Your Mind!
Edheads is an online educational resource that provides free science and math games and activities that promote critical thinking. Choose from Simple Machines, Virtual Knee Surgery or Stem Cell Heart Repair, among others. All activities meet state and national standards. We partner with corporations, universities, and school systems throughout the United States, which help us research, design, and test our activities every step of the way. Not only do teachers and students appreciate our free activities, Edheads has been recognized by almost every major award on the Web for our excellent educational content. So click the "Choose an Activity" tab at the top of the page to dive into an activity and let the fun and learning begin!

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Simple Machine Activities Simple Machines Ideas and Resources Rather than a traditional lesson plan, this page is a collection of ideas and resources to bring the topic of simple machines alive for our students. If you have additional ideas or suggestions, please send them along. Project #1: Fix This House! Students are introduced to a scenario; a ramshackle house is in need of repair. FRONTLINE - Documentary films and thought-provoking journalism WATCH COMPLETE PROGRAMS176 full documentaries available in our archive Check your local broadcast schedule » FRONTLINE on Premiering September 7th From Jesus to Christ FRONTLINE tells the epic story of the life and death of Jesus, and the men and women whose belief, conviction, and martyrdom created the religion we now know as Christianity. From Jesus to Christ: The First ChristiansDec. 23, 2014 / 1:50:44Encore PresentationThe story of the life of Jesus and the epic rise of Christianity.

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Let's Build A Simple Machine! Whether you do it for a school project or just for amusement on a rainy afternoon, building a simple machine is a great activity to work on with your child. Not only is building something an excellent way to spend time together, but doing so is also a wonderful opportunity for a straightforward engineering lesson. You can use the time to teach your child to recognize and understand the six types of simple machines: levers, wheels and axles, pulleys, inclined planes, wedges, and screws. A lever is a simple object, like a board or a beam, that rotates around a fulcrum.

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial Intro Mount Rushmore, also known as the Shrine of Democracy, is a National Monument and Memorial depicting four of the most prominent presidents of the first 150 years of the United States - George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and Thomas Jefferson. Mount Rushmore was carved into South Dakota’s Black Hills from 1927 to 1941 under the direction of sculptor Gutzon Borglum. The project took a team of 400 drillers and assistant carvers fourteen years to complete. Over 800 million pounds of stone were removed using dynamite, detailed drilling, and finishing processes.

11 Mathematics Resources to Try ... To start off the new year, each day this week I'll be posting a list of eleven resources to try in a particular content area. Today's list is for mathematics teachers, tomorrow's list will be for science teachers. Brain Nook is a virtual world in which students can practice their mathematics and English skills.

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