Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Verb Viper

Verb Viper encourages the student to choose correct verb tenses, recognize correct verb forms, and recognize subject/verb agreement. A subject appears below the viper. The student reads the subject, notes whether the subject is singular or plural, and determines whether the verb closest to the viper agrees in tense and number with the subject and is a correct verb form. If the verb and subject match, the student feeds the verb to the viper.

What's the Weather?

What's the weather? Dress the bear. Make sure you read the thermometer to select the correct outfit. The bear is very fussy.

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Halloween, Halloween, What Do You See?

This is great for younger students that can't read or are just learning. This site reads a story about Halloween. It has great repetition and is also great practice for those learning their colors.

Create-A-Tale

Have fun adding secret ingredients and creating your own tale about the witch and her cat. It can be good practice for reading and using adjectives to describe nouns.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Count the Balloons

Practice counting balloons. You will practice counting numbers 1-10. You will be asked to count a certain color of balloon. Count them and click the correct number. Miss it and try again. Get it right and you get cheered on.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Food Chain Game

Drag the parts of the food chain to the correct place. If it's not correct it will go back to its starting place. When the chain is complete it will come to life and you can watch the food chain in action.

Building Prefixes

Practice word meaning of words when a prefix is added. The player matches a word to the meaning. Try to clear all the cards in this match game.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Counting Money

You can move the money around as you count it. After counting the money type in your answer and check it. Great practice for learning to count money.

Free Rice!

For every question you get right 10 grains of rice is donated to feed those that are starving in the world. Not only are students learning, but they are helping others in need. There are different skills and different subjects you can use at this site.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Pumpkin Addition Memory

The classic memory game for Halloween. On this game you match addition sentences with the sums. Students will love practicing their addition facts with this Halloween game.

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Alphabet and Phonemic Awareness

Great practice for anyone learning sounds of letter. You can use this for individual practice or project it and use it as a teacher led lesson. It also has printables you can use afterwards.

Noun Dunk

This game lets you practice common and proper nouns. At the same time it throws in words that are not even nouns so you have to pay attention to more than capital letters or not.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

The Democracy Project

The election is coming up. Why not get your kids involved? Here you will discuss how one vote can make a difference, step into the voting time machine, cast your vote, and how you can be a part of the election. It's a great site to get your kids involved and better understand the election.


Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Base 10 Blocks Subtraction

Use base ten blocks to model separation of groups in subtraction. This is even more awesome than the last base ten website. It breaks apart and regroups. You drag the blue blocks to the red blocks to subtract.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Compound Words

Let your students use magic to make compound words. There is a short video explanation about compound words before playing a match game.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Moon Phases

This site is an animation explaining why the moon has its different phases. Great visual for the students to use.

Alien Punctuation

Help Max and Molly talk to the aliens by correcting the sentences with punctuation and capital letters. The game walks you through the steps so you don't skip anything. There are 3 different difficulties.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Ladybug Counting

Practicing counting? This site is great practice and visually appealing to students. Each ladybug has between 1 and 6 spots on its back. You count the spots and put it on the correct leaf. When you are done you can check your answers. If you have any wrong it puts it back in the bank and you can try again.

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Continents

This site lets students drag the names of the continents to the correct home. If you select the wrong answer the name will be sent back to the word bank, and you can try again. If you are correct a character will come out to congratulate you. Great review after talking about the continents.

Spooky Sequences

One of the ghosts in the spooky sequence is missing a number. Click on the number buttons along the bottom of the main game screen to add a number to the ghost. If you enter the correct answer the ghosts is sent back to the haunted house. There are 5 spooky sequences to complete.











Thursday, October 4, 2012

Bar Graph/Chart

Every year my class makes bar graphs. We spend time coming up with themes for our graph, interviewing, and collecting data. The kids always have so much fun. Once we have followed these steps, we try to transfer it onto paper. That's where the confusion starts. Where does the title go? How many numbers? Using this site to create our bar graphs on the computer keeps everything nice and organized. Once it's done here, the kids have a visual to look at as well. Transferring it to paper is not so bad anymore. Voila!

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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Virtual Manipulatives

This is one of the coolest sites I have seen in awhile. We all use base ten blocks for some reason or another. Either place value, adding, subtracting, and many other reasons. At this site you can use base ten blocks to do all of this. You've got one, tens, hundreds, and thousands. My favorite part is it will regroup for you. If you have a tens rod, you can drag it into the ones block and it will split apart into 10 ones. This site is awesome!

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ABC Match

This game is like the card game where you flip the cards to find a match. You have a card with a picture and you try to match the card that has the letter with the starting sound. Match Apples to A and Grapes to G, etc. You can play without a timer or you can race to beat the clock.

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Pumpkin, Pumpkin

This is a must know site, especially for the younger students and those having trouble reading. Starfall has fiction and nonfiction selections that will help the new or struggling readers. This story is perfect for the fall/Halloween season we are coming into.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Ghost Blasters

Do you like Halloween? Need more practice with math? This game is great practice for multiples. You can set the numbers you want to choose. Let's say you want to use multiples of 10. Ghosts will appear with numbers on them. You only want to click the ghosts with multiples of 10 such as 40. You can click the ghost as many times as you can before it disappears. How long does it take you to get 100 clicks? It took me 65 seconds. Can you beat that?



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Trick or Treat Sequence Distances

Collect treats from neighbors and then go back home. Plan the route by clicking each of the houses in sequence so that the route is the shortest. This is a fun Halloween game to practice sequence and distance.


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Slang Game

Do your students have trouble with idioms? What in the world are they saying? At this site your students can practice translating idioms to what is actually being said. The questions are timed and you earn points for each correct answer. Once you select an answer the idiom will be given in an example sentence.


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Monday, October 1, 2012

Place Value Eaters

Ok, the first thing this made me think of was Pac-Man. The setup is a little different, but's it's similar. The student is a shirt (hoodie) that has to walk around eating numbers that have a certain digit in the ones place or tens place. EXAMPLE: Let's say the directions are 4 ONES. The player has to find a number like 34 or 64 to eat. While you are doing this, you have to avoid getting eaten by the ghost.


Using technology with computers in the classroom.