Website of the Week

I do my best to highlight a different website each week.  The websites I choose are either my favorites that I have used in the past or a new website I have come across that I think is really neat and could be very helpful.  Some are fun online games.  I hope you find something you like!  =)

NoRedInk

posted Aug 21, 2016, 8:54 PM by Jo Nase

It's back to school time and the last thing you want to think about is having to grade papers.  Check out NoRedInk.  

This free site lets you create an account, add students and create assignments. Quizzes let students practice grammar and writing in an interactive way.  And best of all, no grading!

Mother's Day Games

posted May 2, 2016, 7:25 PM by Jo Nase

Believe it or not, there are online Mother's Day games and you can find them on PrimaryGames.com.


Mother's Day Games on PrimaryGames.com

These might be fun to send home with your kiddos to play with their moms.  The moms might get a kick out of it, or at least a laugh.  =)

The Leprechaun Watch

posted Mar 16, 2016, 9:21 AM by Jo Nase

Catch a glimpse of a real leprechaun with this online LIVE leprechaun camera.  The camera is in Ireland and is set up in an area known for lots of leprechaun activity. Keep an eye on the screen and maybe you will spot a leprechaun.

Overlap Maps

posted Mar 8, 2016, 10:29 AM by Jo Nase

OverlapsMaps let you overlap maps onto other maps to compare sizes.  This would be a good site to use in a geography class to help students be able to understand the size of a continent, country or other other geographical location compared to where they live.

Spin and Spell

posted Jan 31, 2016, 7:28 PM by Jo Nase

Here's a fun online game to help your kiddos practice their spelling.

Learn to Code with Elsa and Anna

posted Jan 25, 2016, 7:13 PM by Jo Nase

Your kids will love learning to code with characters from Frozen as well as other popular characters, too.


You will be amazed at how quickly your students learn simple coding skills. To check it out, just go to code.org

Brrr! It's Cold Outside!

posted Jan 19, 2016, 10:44 AM by Jo Nase

But you can make the winter warm by creating these fun Star Wars snowflakes inside your classroom.
Just download the PDF of the snowflake you want to create and follow the directions. There is also a video to watch that can help when making the snowflakes.

Stay warm, friends!  =)

Need some MLK video resouces for this week?

posted Jan 19, 2016, 10:39 AM by Jo Nase

Check out these kid-friendly YouTube videos about MLK.

MLK and His Dream


The Story of Martin Luther King Jr. by Kid President


BrainPop Martin Luther King Jr.






The Elves' Game Chest

posted Nov 29, 2015, 4:16 PM by Jo Nase

It's almost Christmas time and what better way to get excited about Christmas than to play some fun Christmas games?


The Elves' Game Chest

Check out all the fun holiday games in the Elves' Game Chest.

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