Tutpup provides online Math Games for students learning their basic math skills through Algebra 1.
Students choose a Math Skill and then a Math Level from Easy Peasy to Area 51.
Tutpup is very easy to use and students play against the computer since the questions are timed. The site is FREE for teachers and students to use.
Game Maths Mix 101 – Simple Pimple Level
Game Algebra 101 – Simple Pimple Level
The International Reading Association features the web site readwritethink to “promote reading by continuously advancing the quality of literacy instruction and research worldwide.”
The readwritethink web site provides FREE interactive literacy resources K – 12 organized into the areas of :
Use the panel on the left side of the screen to search and sort for student interactives by Grade Level, Student Interactive Type, Learning Objective, and Theme.
All Student Interactives are web based and most are in a game format. They work beautifully on an interactive whiteboard.
Example: Puzzle Me Words K – 3 uses audio and animation to help students practice early literacy.
I want to thank Kristen Swanson, Teachers as Technology Trailblazers, for making me aware of this web site.
LearningScience.org is a collaborative project of the Central Bucks School District in Doylestown, PA. LearningScience.org is organized around the National Science Education Standards and focuses on sharing with Science educators, “the newer and emerging “learning tools” of science education.”
The tools include, “real-time data collection, simulations, inquiry based lessons, interactive web lessons, remote instrumentation, micro-worlds, and imaging, …” All of their linked tools are reviewed by a panel of Science teachers and Scientists working in various Science fields.
Consider joining Learning Science.org.
Practical Science – K -12
Life Science – K -12
Web links are included for each Science topic and grade level.
The Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences supports education through their educational programs at the Academy as well as online. This post will focus on their online print and interactive support materials.
At the bottom of this post, is a FREE PASS Ticket for an educator and a guest to visit the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences. If you live near Philadelphia or are visiting, take advantage of this offer.
The Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences has a permanent exhibit on Butterflies. They also have a wonderful interactive online program on Butterflies. If you are studying the Butterfly or habitats this will be a great site for you and your students to use.
Explore Butterflies – Smarts, Fields, Habitat, Climate Change
The Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences also has print materials and teacher lesson plans (K-12) available in pdf format for download.
Free Pass to the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences for an educator and one guest.
DocsTeach brings the past to life by using Primary Resources. A part of the National Archives Experience, DocsTeach can be searched for written documents, images, maps, charts, graphs, audio and video in the ever-expanding collection.
The Primary Source documents are categorized according to the National History Standards. The National Archive is constantly expanding DocsTeach, making this a site that you have to revisit to see what had been added.
The various maps, documents and images can be printed. DocsTeach is a must site for all of us who teach History. Allow your students to view and use the actual documents that they are studying.