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This entertaining scavenger hunt from the US Geological Survey asks questions about several different topics.
Find lesson plans for Dracula, Beowulf, and Fahrenheit 451.
The games cover ideas such as volume, time, sorting, and patterning, as well as counting, addition, and subtraction.
Interactive whiteboards have been appearing in classrooms for around a decade, but there are still a lot of educators who aren't sure how to make the most of them.
This Civil War site looks at the environmental impact the war had on geographic features of the North and the South.
Color Uncovered is a great way to enhance an art curriculum or to bring a more playful and artistic side to science.
See how the seasons change land cover over a year’s time.
Test your knowledge about our paper currency as well as some historical trivia too with this game from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Dinorama is a safe and fun way for students to learn real-world financial concepts.
In this article she offers examples of many songs, poems, and folk tales that use numbers, and gives lots of ideas on how to use the songs in math instruction.
Learn the derivation of the word comedy, and find out how comedy developed in ancient Greece.
Visually stunning tool great for supplementing lessons about cells
Find out why it works for her, and how you can develop that same kind of nonverbal communication with your students.
Today's video tutorial details Blackboard 9.1 Grade Center training
Cargo-Bot is a simple concept that packs a challenging punch and teaches valuable programming skills.
Use this very complete lesson plan to explore New England houses from the late 18th and early 19th centuries.