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Interactive Whiteboard Resources

Interactive Whiteboard Resources

Education Place® Washington Reading/Language Arts We're sorry, the page you requested requires you to select your state. Choose your state. Classroom Resources for Teachers Home Page August 7, 2012 To all my educator colleagues: As you all know, I retired in June of 2011 from my school district job as Director of Technology. I retired to spend more time learning new things to support you as you embed technology into teaching and learning in a meaningful way. I now have the time to visit districts and help with their technology-related initiatives, teach online graduate courses for the Wilkes/Discovery Masters program, and host several webinar series.

Displays - Insert body text here ... The resources on this site are hosted by a third party server (MediaFire). You may find that the resources are filtered when accessing from school - this is not a content issue Yummy Pizza Fractions I came across this photo via Pinterest yesterday and thought it was a great idea for a fractions activity and would make a fantastic interactive display too. Free Resource Pack So to help you along I’ve made up a free resource pack that you could use in class. Let the children make up their own pizzas either using the toppings included or they can make/draw their own. Then use the menu sheet or write the ingredients inside using fractions.

African Mask Materials: - Tagboard - Raffia - Markers - Pencil - Scissors - Hole Punch - African Mask Tracer - Scissors - African Mask Examples 1. Fold paper in half. 2. Trace mask stencil (or make your own shape!) and cut out while paper is folded. 3. Paper Plate Tropical Fish Are you and your kids dreaming of summer like I am? I’ve had about enough of winter and I am totally ready for warmer weather! I am heading to Florida for a conference in less than two weeks, and that has me thinking of all things beachy. Tropical fish live in the ocean, and their colors are vibrant and beautiful. So it seemed a fitting time to share this fun paper plate craft your kids will love. A great way to add some color pop to their room or even the refrigerator! Sunflowers and Sculptures Materials: - Paper Plates (one for each child) - Black Tempera Paint - Paintbrushes - Brown Tissue Paper - Yellow Construction Paper - Scissors - Glue Students paint the center of a paper plate with black paint. We put them aside to dry and started tracing their hands. At this point in the year, they have a lot of practice using simple tracers- I wanted to see their progress with something more difficult like their hand. Trace hand about seven or eight times, enough to fit around a plate, and cut out.

A Kindergarten Blog: Products of Texas My good friend just did a lesson with her class on the agricultural products grown in Texas. This is the final product. I love it! Students drew their fruit or vegetable on manila paper and watercolored it or colored it with oil pastel crayons (the oil pastels are what made the colors so vivid). Then they added seeds, yarn, and glitter just for fun.