|100's Chart (Gr. K-8) - An interactive
100's chart that help students count as well as display multiples of any
Alkanes & Isomers (Gr. 10-12) - Created by
Adrian Deakin, a high school chemistry teacher from Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada, this lesson is designed to introduce students to Saturated
Aliphatic Hydrocarbons. Names and structures for the first ten
alkanes are provided. See the attachments section for curriculum
connections and a lab worksheet.
Answer Sandwich (Gr. 4-8) - Created by Ben
Hazzard, host of the SMART Board Lessons Podcast, this lesson reinforces
the steps students need to use when answering questions in an essay
format. Slides include examples of sequence words, similarities,
differences, details and closing phrases. See the attachments
section for worksheet templates.
Basic French Clothing Lesson (Gr. 5-8) -
Created by Kerri Martin, an educator from Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada,
this lesson aims to improve students oral French fluency. Four
slides contain a student getting dressed for school, but only the
appropriate clothing can be worn. Two additional slides ask
students to match clothing vocabulary with the appropriate clipart.
Birds: A French Immersion Lesson (Gr. 5-8)
- Created by Martine Blanchet, an educator from Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada, this lesson is designed to immerse students in the study of
birds. Learn how different birds have different beaks, feathers,
feet, eyes and so forth. Many of the slides have web links built
into the text/images to sites with information, sounds and more.
Book Review (Gr. 6-8) - Created by Mary
Hebert, an English teacher from Kennebunk, use this lesson to show
students how to put some "SPARK" into their book reviews and reports.
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Letter Match (K-1)
- Created by Peter Dawson, a Kindergarten teacher from Canada, this
activity introduces students to the alphabet and letter sounds.
Students click on a letter to hear it pronounced, then must drag the
lower case letter to its upper case counterpart.
Fractions (1-8) - An introductory
activity where students use shapes and shading to calculate the
fraction. There are 9 pages worth of templates to choose from.
Insects (K-3) - This activity is
divided into three parts:
1~Find all of the insects in the picture provided
2~Identify & label the three major parts of an insect
3~Explore related websites in the attachments section to learn about
honey bees and other insects
The Jena Six (Gr. 9-12) - Created by Jen
Coty, an English Teacher from Kennebunk, this activity asks students to
compare life in 1957 with that of the present.
Jeopardy [Template] (K-12) - This is a template file that can be
customized to fit any topic. Each value is a clickable link to a
page for the "answer" and then the "question" page. There are two
Daily Doubles and a Final Jeopardy component to the file, including a
Score Card at the end.
Jeopardy [Literary Analysis] (Gr. 6-8) -
Adapted by Mary Hebert, an English teacher from Kennebunk, this activity
uses the popular quiz show game to help students practice vocabulary.
Each value is linked to a question page with multiple choice answers.
Jeopardy [Vocabulary] (Gr. 6-8) - Created
by Mary Hebert, an English teacher from Kennebunk, this activity uses
the popular quiz show game to help students practice vocabulary.
Use this file as a template to make other Jeopardy activities.
Jim Crow Laws (Gr. 9-12) - Created by Jen
Coty, an English Teacher from Kennebunk, this activity looks at the
history of segregating people based on the color of their skin.
Lord of the Flies Characterization
(Gr. 9-12) - Created by Jen Coty, an English Teacher from Kennebunk,
this activity looks at the three elements of characterization as they
apply to the novel by William Golding.
Matter (Gr. 1-5) - For each
box, decide if the object is a solid, liquid, or gas. Then drag
the box to the side to see the answer. A link to a BrainPOP movie
& quiz is provided in the attachments section.
Measures Mayhem! (Gr. 6-12) - Created by
Tom Barrett, An interactive board game that asks students to convert
various types of measurements (i.e. volume, length, weight, time).
Students need to record their moves on the score sheet provided.
An interactive dice is also provided. Feel free to add/modify
rules to customize the game for your agenda.
Memorial Day Word Search (K-12) - A simple
word search with Memorial Day vocabulary to display on a SMART Board.
Multiplication Mayhem! (Gr. 6-12) -
Created by Tom Barrett, a math teacher from England, this interactive
board game is designed to help students practice their multiplication
skills. The game is based on the roll of two dice; one dice moves
each player piece along the outer board, the other dice moves the pink
chip along the inner board. Students must then multiply the two
numbers together and then record their result on the score sheet
provided. Feel free to add/modify rules to customize the game for
Of Mice & Men (Gr. 9-12) - Created by Jen
Coty, an English Teacher from Kennebunk, this lesson reviews the
important facts from the novel by John Steinbeck.
Online Safety (Gr. 5-12) - Created by Ben
Hazzard, an educator from Ontario Canada and co-host of the SMART Board
Podcast, this lesson introduces concepts to help promote group
discussions and debate about the dangers of socializing via the
Planet Layers (1-5) - Choose
between two activities:
1~for each layer, fill in the blank with the appropriate name
2~Drag the appropriate layer name to the diagram provided
NOTE: A BrainPOP movie & quiz is provided in the attachments
Plant Identification (K-5) - For
the first two slides, drag the appropriate terms onto the image
provided. For the last two slides, use the spotlight tool to
review the four basic parts of a plant. A BrainPOP movie & quiz is
provided in the attachments section.
Poetry Activities (3-6) - Created by Gale
Walker, a 5th grade teacher from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, this
activity uses a variety of techniques and styles to teach poetry.
Create rhyming word lists, story poems and more with these templates.
Templates are designed to work with activities found at
The Revolution Begins (Gr. 9-12) - Created
by Shannon LeBlanc, a History teacher from Kennebunk, this activity
discusses the events that lead up to the American Revolution.
Combine this lesson with an online activity from PBS:
The Road to Revolution.
The link is provided within the lesson. NOTE: Follow up with
a Senteo assessment quiz, which is provided in the Senteo section.
The Sun, Moon, and Stars (K-5) - This activity
relies on web resources for images and interactive movies via BrainPOP
to explore the characteristics of these three celestial objects.