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Safe Kids - safekids.com

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This site offers information to children, teens, and parents about how to stay safe online and keep your computer safe. It contains information sheets for various levels, downloadable...more
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This site offers information to children, teens, and parents about how to stay safe online and keep your computer safe. It contains information sheets for various levels, downloadable parent and child online safety pledges, and slide shows about Internet safety. The slide shows do require the user to register at myspace.com, so this requirement may preclude usage at school. There is even a SafeKids song, but it downloads slowly, even on a fast connection (opt for the dial-up version). Younger children will also enjoy the online safety quiz. This site requires Flash. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): internet safety (102), resources (112), safety (89)

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Include this site on your teacher web page for students and parents to access as a reference. Share the printables with parents at open house or conferences. As you introduce web-based activities in your classroom, pause to rmind students of these safety rules, even if someone else is supposed to "cover" them in their classroom. Parts of this site require the use of myspace, so be sure to preview it and match the requirements to your school's regulations.
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Making Websites - Woodlands Junior School

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K to 12
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This extremely useful website provides information on "how-to" create websites. The website provides seven easy steps to follow to create the website of your dreams. There are also...more
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This extremely useful website provides information on "how-to" create websites. The website provides seven easy steps to follow to create the website of your dreams. There are also links provided for finding free clip art, creating online games, and using the Internet in your classroom. This website requires FLASH, get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.. Note: The site is British, so beware of spelling differences!

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Whether you are looking to create a classroom website or looking for new ways to incorporate the Internet into your lessons - this website is sure to provide you with some new and creative ideas. Many of the tools may be challenging, but you can use the IDEAS on any simple web page, including the one provided with your free TeachersFirst membership.
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Free Typing Games - TypingMaster

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2 to 8
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Build keyboarding skills with these free online games. The bubble game with lower case letters is simple enough for very young ones, since they need only recognize single letters.As...more
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Build keyboarding skills with these free online games. The bubble game with lower case letters is simple enough for very young ones, since they need only recognize single letters.As students progress, they can move on to more elaborate games involving words (free downloads) or try the online typing test (also free).

tag(s): keyboarding (38)

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Share this link on your classroom computer, teacher web page, or in a class newsletter so students can practice keyboarding outside of class or at home. If you have some students who have computers at home and some who do not, give the less experienced students time during recesses or after work is done to improve their skills using these engaging games.

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Love this service, recommended. Adam, , Grades: 0 - 12

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Hector's World - NetSafe - Internet Safety Group (New Zealand)

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This attractive, interactive site includes online movies, complete lesson plans, and activities for teaching all about Internet Safety, for three levels of elementary students: preK-1,...more
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This attractive, interactive site includes online movies, complete lesson plans, and activities for teaching all about Internet Safety, for three levels of elementary students: preK-1, 2-3, and 4-5 (click on Learning Resources for the plans). "Episodes" of animated movies with sound and accompanying coloring book pages and activities make it easy to teach each of five lessons for your grade level. The audio and spelling are from new Zealand, so a quick geography lesson could be included for U.S. classrooms! Teach about protecting personal information, who to trust, how to handle uncomfortable situations, and getting help.

NOTE: You MUST disable your pop-up blocker for some portions of the site to work! See Tools>Pop up Blocker Settings to tell the computer to always allow pop-ups from this site. the entire site is done in Flash. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.. This site is resource-rich and really needs a high speed connection and opens fairly slowly. Be patient.

tag(s): internet safety (102), safety (89)

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The "episode" movies are perfect for a projector or interactive whiteboard and are ideally suited for follow-up discussion so students can connect to the content. Anyone can teach about Internet Safety with these free, easy-to-understand lessons. Include parents by sharing the link on your teacher web page or through building or class newsletters. If your building is interested in a comprehensive Internet Safety campaign (such as through the PTA/PTO), share an episode at meeting with parents and students, then encourage everyone to join in Hector's World both at home and school. Everything is ready to go.
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Get Net Wise - Internet Education Foundation

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K to 12
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This is a great compilation of information on internet safety, covering many hot topics including safety for your children, protecting your personal information, stopping unsolicited...more
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This is a great compilation of information on internet safety, covering many hot topics including safety for your children, protecting your personal information, stopping unsolicited email, and keeping your computer safe. The section on Safety for Children is especially appropriate for parents of school age children and includes an Internet Safety Guide, Tools for Families, a place to report problem sites and occurrences, and further web sites for children. Computer literacy teachers and those responsible for teaching INternet safety in any course will find the information wuite helpful. Sections are divided by age-ranges so information is age-appropriate.

tag(s): internet safety (102), safety (89)

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Share this site in your classroom newsletter or on your teacher web page to help parents protect their children, themselves, and their computers. Some of the safety information is directly aplicable in your classroom technology-based lessons, as well.

You may find some good tips for protecting your own home computer and children, too!

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Scoring PowerPoints - Jamie McKenzie

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4 to 12
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This website provides teachers with methods of evaluating PowerPoint presentations. Although the material is lengthy, there is some good information included. At this website, you...more
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This website provides teachers with methods of evaluating PowerPoint presentations. Although the material is lengthy, there is some good information included. At this website, you will find rubrics, diagrams, examples, explanations and other information.

tag(s): assessment (102)

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If your students are creating PowerPoint presentations, use this tool to create a useful and practical assessment. Avoid the pitfalls of being "charmed by glitz" when your students use technology. This site will help you and your students look for appropriate substance. Be sure to include this link on your teacher web page all year long for students to use as a reference when doing multimedia projects.

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Google Drive - Google

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Use Google Drive to create and save your Google Docs. With Google Docs, you can create, edit, reformat, upload, and share documents you've created in WORD or other office applications....more
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Use Google Drive to create and save your Google Docs. With Google Docs, you can create, edit, reformat, upload, and share documents you've created in WORD or other office applications. You can also look at the editing history. Perhaps the best feature is the ability to collaborate on documents and spreadsheets with anyone or with a selected group. Groups share editing capabilities, making collaboration much easier. You can publish newly created, uploaded, downloaded, or revised documents and spreadsheets as well as making links to them on personal blogs. Easy directions and familiar-looking pages make exporting and importing documents simple; Google also helps keep you organized.

tag(s): editing (62), spreadsheets (17)

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A "tour" and simple to understand directions make this site easy to use. Have your students set up collaborative groups for projects, lab data, and more. Or set them up yourself, giving them specific passwords to access their "space." Help your gifted students stay organized (and collaborate) using this tool. Users are normally invited to "join" via an email message. This may be problematic in the many schools that do not permit student email access at school. Note that notifications sent by Google Docs may also land in "junk mail" folders or be blocked by spam filters. We suggest that you experiment with a small group of students to determine what will work in your particular situation. One option is to set up the groups with the teacher as a "member" but have students work from home, using their personal email addresses, for group projects. Make sure you are protecting the safety of student work and identity and are within your school's Acceptable Use Policy. Anything students can do on a single computer, they can do collaboratively on Google docs, accessing their work from any online computer.

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Quintura Kids: See and Find - Quintura

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This new search tool uses a visual cloud of terms and pictures to prompt children to find what they are looking for on the web. As you type in a ...more
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This new search tool uses a visual cloud of terms and pictures to prompt children to find what they are looking for on the web. As you type in a word (or click on one of the starting pictures on the screen, such as the little dog for "animals"), various related words and subtopics come up in "visual cloud" in the sky above the usual list of search results. The search results change as you roll over or click a subtopic. You can also "X" out a subtopic that you do NOT want. Visual thinkers and those who are more global will "get it" quickly. Adults might benefit from watching the help demo on the parent site. Click "About" at the bottom of the search results and find the online tour for the similar, "grown up" version.

Note: the actual search results Quintura gives are from Yahoo Kids, a kid-safe tool. It does not use the same sort of reputability ranking that Google does, however.

tag(s): search strategies (30)

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Help young students learn about narrowing and refining research by demonstrating Quintura Kids on a projector or-- even better-- interactive whiteboard. As you start a project, take the time to SHOW how to use both Google and Quintura so students can make good use of their search time.

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Quintura: See and Find - Quintura

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This new approach to search engine uses "clouds" of words related to your search topic to prompt you in narrowing your search. Quintura was launched as a beta test in ...more
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This new approach to search engine uses "clouds" of words related to your search topic to prompt you in narrowing your search. Quintura was launched as a beta test in late 2006 by a team of Russian and American developers. If you enter a search term and hit Enter (or click the magnifying glass), the left side of the screen displays a visual map of words related to your search. Click a word for a more precise view. You can also adjust settings and search images, video, and Amazon.com from the same search box. Another advantage: you can SAVE your search and share it with friends.

Realize that this search engine does not apparently have a reputability ranking system as Google does, but for students trying to narrow a topic or find out what else is related, this is a great tool. Visual and global students (and adults) will find it far easier to navigate than outline-type approaches. More linear, detail-oriented thinkers may find it annoying. See the Help explanations for some great information.

tag(s): search strategies (30)

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Display this search engine as an option as you start a research project. It would work extremely well on an interactive whiteboard for demo. If you teach younger studen ts, try the kids version.

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International Technology Education Association (ITEA)

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K to 12
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The International Technology Education Association (ITEA) is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Their mission is to promote...more
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The International Technology Education Association (ITEA) is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Their mission is to promote technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in this pursuit. ITEA strengthens the profession through state and national legislative efforts, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities.

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NetSmartz Workshop - National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

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Use this website to help students of all ages learn to be safe online and in the real world. Included are short video clips that are sure to catch ...more
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Use this website to help students of all ages learn to be safe online and in the real world. Included are short video clips that are sure to catch the student's interest along with plans for class discussions and activities. See the various topics under "choose an Issue" lower on the page. Activity cards and safety pledges are available in Spanish. There is a very rich collection of information here.

tag(s): internet safety (102), safety (89)

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If you know you will be using the Internet during class or assigning it for outside work, consider sharing some of the safety lessons ahead of time using a projector, especially with elementary and middle school students. Secondary English, information literacy, or computer teachers should consider requiring teens to report on an Internet safety topic as a research project as you are trying to both teach and USE research skills. This site could be a good topic-finder and starting point.

Provide a link on your teacher web page to give parents a resource for talking about Internet safety with their children at home. Bookmark this site on a classroom computer for students to visit when they have free time.
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Google Guide - Google

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Google has pulled together descriptions of how to use some of the new features available by just using the search box. In addition to searching and finding driving directions, ...more
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Google has pulled together descriptions of how to use some of the new features available by just using the search box. In addition to searching and finding driving directions, users can now check arrival times, do math problems, check the routes of packages, see travel conditions, obtain stock quotes, get definitions and more. At the bottom of the page, searchers can link to more shortcut offerings, including Google Guide's Cheat Sheet and Google Guide's Coffee page.

tag(s): stock market (13), weather (189)

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Show your students how to quickly find definitions and do simple math problems in an instant!

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Ways ESL/EFL Teachers Can Use Google.com - Charles Kelley

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6 to 12
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Search like a librarian using the hints on this page! This re-do of a Google search page helps searchers know exactly what they're searching and what types of answers they ...more
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Search like a librarian using the hints on this page! This re-do of a Google search page helps searchers know exactly what they're searching and what types of answers they can expect to receive without understanding the complexity of Boolean search terms, etc. Especially valuable are tips on how to search precisely and, at the same time, avoid certain results such as bookstores or pages with only commercial intent. Use of the wildcard search "*" is explained so that it seems easy and useful. Searching sentences, phrases, and other collocations is simple after looking at this page. There is also a link to the original Google search page. Not only ESL teachers, but also all instructors looking for specific types of info will find ways to make their searches more fruitful and economical.

tag(s): search strategies (30)

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Show your high school students doing research how to use these search features to save time.

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Blog Basics for the Classroom - TeachersFirst

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K to 12
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This comprehensive tutorial gives all the details on using gated blogs safely in the classroom, including explanations of blogging basics, a TeachersFirst Step-by-Step on how to start...more
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This comprehensive tutorial gives all the details on using gated blogs safely in the classroom, including explanations of blogging basics, a TeachersFirst Step-by-Step on how to start one, complete charts of the features of several free blogging tools for teachers, and over two dozen ideas for how to use a blog with your students. Make "writing to learn" approachable and exciting. You will even find a customizable Blogger's Agreement to download and use with students and parents so everyone knows the expectations and consequences for your class blogs.

tag(s): blogs (88)

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You could use this step by step as the framework for a self-directed or "buddy" professional development project. Share it with your principal or professional development coordinator. USe the strategies and ideas here to start a blog for your class or for each student. Don't miss suggestions for a Teacher as Blogger so you can model blogging, too.
 

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A Fun Alternative Way to Teach Children The Keyboard - Georgina Farmer, Nail it Now

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These simple lesson plans provide a developmentally appropriate way to introduce the computer keyboard to young children using manipulatives and mnemonics to help them remember key...more
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These simple lesson plans provide a developmentally appropriate way to introduce the computer keyboard to young children using manipulatives and mnemonics to help them remember key locations. the web page itself is very simple and straightforward, but the ideas are the important part. Note: this teacher is selling the final two lessons in the series, and TeachersFirst does not endorse any product for sale. You can, however, read and try the first two lessons, then decide for yourself whether you wish to go further.

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Podcasting Legal Guide - Creative Commons

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Just because you can record a person's voice doesn't mean you can publish it on the web. Here's a site that outlines the basics of U.S. laws regarding copyright and ...more
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Just because you can record a person's voice doesn't mean you can publish it on the web. Here's a site that outlines the basics of U.S. laws regarding copyright and publicity as they relate to user-created podcasts. You'll learn about which things are OK, which require permission, and other pointers to consider when creating podcasts for school or educational uses.

tag(s): air (163), copyright (47), podcasts (52)

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If your class is set to "publish" their recorded exploits, working through this site with them would be a great introduction to the "rules of the road" for journalists in general.

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Critical Evaluation of a Web Page - Kathy Schrock

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6 to 8
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Help students to become savvy Internet users with this nicely structured lesson plan, complete with print-friendly handouts. Students are asked to brainstorm characteristics that make...more
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Help students to become savvy Internet users with this nicely structured lesson plan, complete with print-friendly handouts. Students are asked to brainstorm characteristics that make a Web page useful, use a critical evaluation tool to analyze an actual site, determine if the information is real or bogus, and reflect on the importance of carefully evaluating information found on a Web site. Aligned to standards.

tag(s): brainstorming (23)

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Use this lesson as an introduction to an Internet-based research project, Web hunt, or WebQuest.
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Dance Mat Typing - BBC

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2 to 6
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Typing tutorials are rarely captivating, but this one is an exception! The site walks students through a series of twelve activities that work every section of the keyboard. Each ...more
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Typing tutorials are rarely captivating, but this one is an exception! The site walks students through a series of twelve activities that work every section of the keyboard. Each activity begins with a warm-up, then progresses through left and right hand exercises. In the process, students receive coaching and kudos from an unforgettable cast of characters. Keyboarding class will never be quite the same! (The emphasis is on hand position and accuracy, not speed.)The site uses FLASH or you can click for the NON-Flash version. Get Flash from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

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The best site to start learning touch typing for the youngest kids. Adam, , Grades: 0 - 12

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Dewey Decimal Classification - Online Computer Library Center

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Help students navigate more efficiently in the library with this multimedia tutorial about the Dewey Decimal Classification System. Visitors can learn about the history and logic behind...more
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Help students navigate more efficiently in the library with this multimedia tutorial about the Dewey Decimal Classification System. Visitors can learn about the history and logic behind the DDC, and how it is used to organize information of every kind. Project the site to accompany a teacher-prepared introduction to the library, then test student knowledge with the site's interactive quiz.

tag(s): classification (25)

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Share this site on the interactive whiteboard or projector to help prepare students for the library when working on a research project or paper. It is a quick activity, and can be done as a class to save time. Have students take turns leading the group through the tour to encourage active participation.

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Catch the leaves! - Up To Ten

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1 to 2
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This interactive "just-for-fun" site challenges kids to make choices while developing tech-related motor skills. Using left and right arrow keys, students must move the basket-wielding...more
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This interactive "just-for-fun" site challenges kids to make choices while developing tech-related motor skills. Using left and right arrow keys, students must move the basket-wielding elf forward and backward as he attempts to catch falling leaves and acorns. Different leaves carry different point values, so choose wisely, but stay away from the falling chestnuts. This site requires FLASH. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

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