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March Links of the Month


Links to use with Kids
Seussville University: Have fun with Dr. Seuss while learning reading, math, science and reasoning skills.

Woman's History Month Resources

The Poetry Foundation publisher of Poetry magazine, presents many of the world's great poems on this site and includes sections for teachers, students and children. Introduce students to the magic of words and rhythm joined artfully together.

New Keyboarding practice game: TypeRacer

Cramberry: Say hello to Cramberry, a new web application that uses flashcards to help people study for exams, learn a new language, remember important things like birthdays or names, and much more. Getting started with Cramberry is simple, and usually takes less than a minute.
 
 PBS: Conquistadors Site

Make Movies using Xtranormal..If you can type, you can make a movie.

Museum Box: This site provides the tools for you to build up an argument or description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box

Music Sites to Use with Kids:
 
 
PrezQuest: For young children who want to learn more about the history of the presidency, PrezQuest educates while still being fun and engaging.
 
Solar System Jigsaw: Put the planets in order
 
The Visible Body: 3D Human Anatomy...AMAZING SITE!

Guided Reading and Reading Games with Roy the Zebra
Links for Teachers


Flickr Storm An interesting site that allows you to search Flickr and indicate the type of Creative Commons license you are looking for.

Beginwiththebrain.com: Brain-Compatible Teaching & Learning, Differentiated Instruction, Optimal Learning Environments
 
PBS Teachers® has introduced PBS Teachers Live!, a series of free monthly Webinars designed to help preK–12 educators learn new ways to integrate online instructional Click here for MORE Fun links for when you have timeresources into the classroom and engage students in curriculum lessons.

Writing in the 21st Century:
NCTE defines writing for the 21st century
New report offers guidance on how to update writing curriculum to include blogs, wikis, and other forms of communication

Grab an Activity Pack: PBS Teachers® recently introduced PBS Teachers Activity Packs, a growing library of Web-based widgets that contain links to PBS education resources and activities focused on a specific curricular theme for multiple grade levels.

Bloom's Revised Taxonomy of cognitive objectives is one of the best ways to differentiate the curriculum to meet the needs of your students.  Because of its six levels of thinking, Bloom's Revised Taxonomy can provide a framework for planning units that incorporate low to high-level thinking activities.  Therefore, when we use Bloom's Revised Taxonomy as a planning framework we can plan for student thinking at all levels
 
The P22 Music Text Composition Generator allows any text to be converted into a musical composition. This composition is displayed in musical notation and simultaneously generated as a midi file.
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