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Mix it Up Mid-year Links

Written by Jaclyn McCormick, TE Instructional Coach

Hitting the mid-year slump in your classroom? The links below will help you mix up your classroom and keep your students learning all year long.

  1. Everyone loves free videos! This site is great for finding fun, informative videos to show your class. Many are short and good to use as a hook to your lesson or as a quick way to engage students in new materials. Search by content and grade level. http://www.pbslearningmedia.org/

  2. This website has so many great reading resources. Everything from suggestions for reading groups to really fun reading activities to do in class.

    http://www.readingresource.net/

  3. 10 Apps for learning Spanish- So fun that even I want to learn Spanish. J

    http://www.expanish.com/blog/2011/04/top-10-iphone-apps-for-learning-spanish/

  4. This site is great to get your students excited about and invested in math class. It has fun math facts and information about careers in math. I especially like the “Did You Know?” section of this website.

    http://www.weusemath.org/

  5. Every day CNN releases a 10-minute, student news video highlighting news around the world. CNN also includes discussion questions and other fun current event ideas for your class.

    http://www.cnn.com/studentnews/

What are you searching for on the web to use in your classroom? Let us know what kind of links you would like to see and we will do the research for you!

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