Friday, January 07, 2011

Happy New Year! January Follow Up

Hope you found something useful while exploring Atomic Learning. It really is a great tool in the classroom or at home. For your January follow up, please log onto Atomic Learning, via BEEP, and look for a project based on the Sunshine State Standards. Fina a project that you may be able to use in your classroom and post a description here on the blog.

After you sign in...scroll down to the link (image below)

Once you find a project, save it to your favorites by clicking the button on the left side of the screen.

Don't forget to post your comment to this blog post.

PS...Notice the use of my screen shots :)



Jennifer G. said...

I found a great SSS-based Science Project for 3rd graders. It is a graphic organizer that helps describe how animals and plants respond to changing seasons. It infuses technology by incorporating the use of Kidspiration 2. This would be a great project to have the students complete in small groups during computer lab time. Atomic Learning has some great lesson/project ideas!

Alicane said...

There are excellent resources for ESE using thinking maps for literacy centers. I also really enjoyed the Promethean videos and tutorials on how to make containers.

Debbie said...

I found a great fractions activity for my 5th graders. It made the introduction of the concept for those who cringe when I say fractions so simple. :) Great activity!

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