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Publish your own children's book.

Publish your own children's book.
Treasure Map Builder Arrrr! Make your very own treasure map with gold, pirates, sharks, secret hiding places, and other perilous predicaments! Food Fun There once was a eggplant named Oscar. He could often hear them singing fun songs like "Wheels on the Bus" and "Row Row Row your Boat" (in the round, no less). He wished he could join in with them, but there were two problems... Ocean Tale Once upon a time, there lived a red seahorse, named Edward. Costumes Upload a photo and dress up as a super hero, a princess, cowboy, ninja, jet pilot -- anyone you want to be! Trucks and Rescue Trucks, Trains, Fire Engines, Bull Dozers? Magic and Myth Once upon a time, there was a powerful sorceress that lived on an island in the middle of the Forbidden Sea. Using her magic spell book, she constructed a massive fortress. Astrozone It was the year 1,000,000,003... Train Time Once upon a time, there was a little red train named Frankie.

StoryCreator - Building your book online. 1. Create a new book Try it (FREE) 2. Finish your book Not sure how to finish the story you started? For inspiration, take a look at other books that StoryJumper members have written. When you're finished, click the "I'm Finished" button and your book will move to the "Books I Finished" section. 3. Sharing your book with others is a big part of the fun on StoryJumper! Publish When you "publish" your book, it'll be added to the StoryJumper public library so long as it meets some minimum requirements. Share with family and friends If you want to email a link to your book to your friends and family, just copy the "Link" shown and paste it into an email. Embed on websites You can further promote your book by "embedding" it on other websites so it can be read on those sites (kind of like watching YouTube videos on different websites). Here's an example of an embedded StoryJumper book on The Kitten Who Got Lost Remix 4. 5.

Word Scramble Perform stunts to earn points, but beware of hazards! The world's favorite daredevil stickman goes downhill! Drive as fast as possible! It's your job to cheer up this sad ape. The incredibly popular Monkey GO Happy series just got a SIXTH MONKEY for 2013! Win races by beating the target times and unlock new vehicles and tracks! Papa's cooking up some cupcakes! Monkey GO Happy is back! You've just started an easy job at an ice cream shop on a laidback tropical island, but things get hectic when all of Papa Louie's loyal customers arrive on the island for vacation! This is the fourth game in the series of popular duck training games.

Dispositivos de captura de vídeo Los dispositivos de captura de video permiten transferir al disco duro del ordenador un video ya grabado o una emisión en directo. Los más frecuentes son: Una cámara DV (Video Digital) conectada al puerto IEEE 1394 del equipo. Con este dispositivo se obtiene la mejor calidad porque la información de audio y video ya está en formato digital llegando simplemente al ordenador a través del mencionado puerto. Una cámara web conectada a un puerto USB y un micrófono conectado a la entrada MIC de la tarjeta de sonido. Una tarjeta sintonizadora de TV conectada a la señal de antena. Una cámara o reproductor VHS conectado a una tarjeta de captura analógica. Para disponer de una información más completa de cómo conectar y configurar un dispositivo de captura, consulta la documentación que acompaña a cada hardware.

Writing Objectives Using Bloom's Taxonomy | Center for Teaching & Learning | UNC Charlotte Various researchers have summarized how to use Bloom’s Taxonomy. Following are four interpretations that you can use as guides in helping to write objectives using Bloom’s Taxonomy. From: KC Metro [old link, no longer functioning?] Bloom’s Taxonomy divides the way people learn into three domains. One of these is the cognitive domain, which emphasizes intellectual outcomes. From: UMUC From: Stewards Task Oriented Question Construction Wheel Based on Bloom’s Taxonomy Task Oriented Question Construction Wheel Based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. ©2001 St. From: GA Tech According to Benjamin Bloom, and his colleagues, there are six levels of cognition: Ideally, each of these levels should be covered in each course and, thus, at least one objective should be written for each level. Below are examples of objectives written for each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy and activities and assessment tools based on those objectives. Attachment: Writing Objectives Using Bloom's Taxonomy [PDF, 323 KB]

Presentamos a Clara Meadmore, a sus 108 años es la mujer vírgen más longeva del mundo Clara Meadmore es una mujer innegablemente indomable. A sus 108 años ha logrado mantenerse al margen de los tentáculos varoniles para convertirse, durante este épico proceso, en la mujer virgen más longeva del planeta. “Siempre he mantenido amistades platónicas con hombres pero nunca sentí la necesidad de ir más lejos o de casarme” afirma con tierna sabiduría la señora Clara. Nacida en Glaswow, esta guerrera ha viajado y vivido en otros países, como canadá y Nueva Zelanda, desafiando el líbido de propios y extraños de diversas culturas y condiciones socioculturales. Reports & Persuasive writing All essays at ESLBEE.COM are by university students who have given written permission for their work to be published in this site. If you copy/paste an essay and turn it in as your own, it is a very serious academic offence. The penalties for plagiarism in most universities are very high. From a policy perspective, almost certainly the first incident of plagiarism will get written into the student's permanent record, and a second offence will get a student expelled. From a personal perspective, when your teacher discovers plagiarism (and they almost always do), it not only affects the grade on an essay, but the school's policies once set in motion are always very embarrassing. From a different perspective, the University of California at Berkeley shows how good documentation makes you look better. The reasons to avoid plagiarism are extremely persuasive. Watching television is an experience shared by most adults and children.

James and the Giant Peach: Roald Dahl: eThemes Global rating average: {{value}} out of {{max}} 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 These sites are about the book “James and the Giant Peach” by Roald Dahl. There are lesson plans, vocabulary words, and suggested classroom activities. Take a virtual tour of the Empire State Building to see what James dreams about. Includes information about insects as well as recipes for peach desserts. There are also activities to tie into the book’s theme of friendship. Grades Links Hero: Lesson Plan Here are questions about the book as well as four activity ideas. Education Standards Request State Standards Reading