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KidsSpace Stories - Toronto Public Library

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K to 12
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Mainly intended for the elementary crowd, this collection of online stories includes options of listening online or downloading them for more permanent access. The oral recordings of...more
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Mainly intended for the elementary crowd, this collection of online stories includes options of listening online or downloading them for more permanent access. The oral recordings of the stories are delightful, often featuring the author of the story as the reader. The stories are accompanied by appropriate sounds and songs and are very fresh and appealing. Besides stories in English, listeners can select stories in French and Italian as well. High school world language teachers will enjoy the chance for students to hear a full narrative read well in the language. Requires Quicktime. Downloading the stories offers them in MP3 format.

tag(s): french (88), italian (33)

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Use these delightful stories as opportunities to develop listening skills by playing the story, then asking questions. Or inspire your children to build fluency and expression by creating their own recordings (podcasts) after listening to these. Be sure to place the link on your teacher web page for students to share stories over and over at home, too.

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Kids Homework Hub - Scholastic, Inc.

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1 to 7
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Students, teachers and parents will find helpful information for getting organized, taking notes, writing and plagiarism, test taking tips, and research. Be sure to check out the special...more
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Students, teachers and parents will find helpful information for getting organized, taking notes, writing and plagiarism, test taking tips, and research. Be sure to check out the special sections for teachers and parents. Flash and Acrobat Reader are needed for some sections of the site. Get them from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): homework (44), note taking (32), writing (358)

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For younger students, share the site with parents (such as to help first graders study spelling words). For upper elementary and middle school, introduce the site on a projector or interactive whiteboard at the start of the year or as you start major projects. Whether you teach regular ed or learning support, these tips will help your students be better organized and use their study time wisely. Include this link on your teacher web page and ask students to try out different strategies as they study for tests or complete long-term assignments. You might even give points on the test or project for a student reflection telling you which study strategy they tried and how it worked for him/her.
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Identifying a Missing Number - Saxon Publisher, Inc.

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K to 1
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The number cards (1-10) were put in order, but one is missing. Choose the number that is missing. Requires Shockwave. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.....more
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The number cards (1-10) were put in order, but one is missing. Choose the number that is missing. Requires Shockwave. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page..

tag(s): counting (120)

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Make a shortcut to this site on a classroom computer for students to use as a center. Provide the link in a newsletter or teacher web page so students can visit the site at home for practice. Primary learning support teachers teaching number recognition will also like this site. NOte: this one is a little slow in loading, so please be patient.

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The Giving Tree Lesson - TeachersFirst

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2 to 8
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A Christmas gift from one of our own staff, this lesson based on Shel Silverstein's book The Giving Tree is sure to get you students thinking about the Christmas spirit. ...more
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A Christmas gift from one of our own staff, this lesson based on Shel Silverstein's book The Giving Tree is sure to get you students thinking about the Christmas spirit. We're also offering a place for you to share your students' responses on TeachersFirst's own giving tree.

tag(s): christmas (64)

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This lesson can be adapted for use in language arts class with students of varying ability levels in grades 2 - 8. This lesson is also well-suited to a multi-age activity with "big buddies" and "little buddies" from upper and lower grades working together. School counselors and emotional support teachers may find this activity helpful for small groups working on social skills, as well.

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Musical English Lessons - Bibi Baxter

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4 to 12
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This website has a vast collection of common English language songs (mostly "pop") which have been selected for a grammatical focus. Instructors can select the grammar point they wish...more
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This website has a vast collection of common English language songs (mostly "pop") which have been selected for a grammatical focus. Instructors can select the grammar point they wish to instruct and choose from a variety of songs that feature the specific need. Songs are printed as cloze passages, with the fill-in based on the grammatical feature. Unfortunately, there are no sound files attached to the songs. If you have i-Tunes, you could download songs (for a fee). Your students may have some of the songs, as well. There are links to answer keys for all song lyric activity sheets.

tag(s): grammar (216), lyrics (19)

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Check out the information for instructors with each lesson to understand how to use the activities. While most are intended for ESL/ELL instruction and geared toward students who know popular music, selected lessons are good for grammar difficulties in general, so a special ed teacher may find them helpful, as well. Since the site is primarily text-based, you need to READ the directions!

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Graphic Organizer Maker - Recipes4Success/Tech4Learning

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This handy online tool lets you create customized graphic organizers "on the fly" and print them from the web site. There is a paid version of the site, but this ...more
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This handy online tool lets you create customized graphic organizers "on the fly" and print them from the web site. There is a paid version of the site, but this FREE tool lets you choose the type of organizer you want, customize the Title and Directions, and print. Organizer types include Venn diagrams, KWL, scientific method, and many more. Learning support teachers will want to use this for students to create study materials.

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Use these printed organizers as study support for any content area topic. Many are excellent options for reinforcing reading skills in the content areas, even for senior high students. Include this on your teacher web page so students can create their own organizers to study for tests or prepare presentations.

To make a new organizer, simply click "new," write title and directions, and print the small "print" icon. It may be easiest to take their default directions and change them for your purposes. Note that you LOSE your work when you close the page, so make sure you have printed first!

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Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

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K to 12
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The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities,...more
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The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted. CEC advocates for appropriate governmental policies, sets professional standards, provides continual professional development, advocates for newly and historically underserved individuals with exceptionalities, and helps professionals obtain conditions and resources necessary for effective professional practice.

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This site is a goldmine for the teacher unfamiliar with the IEP process and students with disabilities. Review this site for information concerning instruction for exceptional learners, as well as for background information on the Special Education process and how inclusion works in the general ed classroom. This would also be a good one to pass along to parents, alerting them to their rights and responsibilities in regards to their exceptional learner.

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ESL Environmental Education - Charles LaRue

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2 to 6
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This site, intended for ESL/ELL students, has environmental education issues on six topics; Each topic is available in English, Hmong, Arabic and Somali. Students-- even those without...more
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This site, intended for ESL/ELL students, has environmental education issues on six topics; Each topic is available in English, Hmong, Arabic and Somali. Students-- even those without special needs-- can listen to the very simple lesson while viewing a related picture online or they can opt for the print version and read the lesson themselves. English learners and special ed students would benefit from listening and following along with the written versions. Quizzes are available to check comprehension of the material presented. Topics include recycling, reuse, personal involvement in conservation, and hazardous waste disposal. The non-English language choices offered are less common, but this is an extremely useful site for adapting curriculum for ESL and special ed students.

tag(s): arab (18), arabic (20), earth (228), earth day (112), environment (317), recycling (57)

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If you teach environmental issues or ESL, this is a good site to know about when planning a lessons. Make sure you have headphones available for students to listen without disturbing others. ESL and Special Ed teachers may want to make regular ed/science teachers aware of this site to include with their environmental units.
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Learn English Kids - British Council

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K to 6
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This ESL-focused site provides stories, activities, links, games, and plenty of opportunities for writing practice. Children can listen to the stories as they read them. Teachers can...more
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This ESL-focused site provides stories, activities, links, games, and plenty of opportunities for writing practice. Children can listen to the stories as they read them. Teachers can print flashcards for survival English vocabulary such as clothes, food, parts of the body, jobs etc.; accompanying activities provide reinforcement for vocabulary. Learn English Kids changes weekly, offering weekly activities, opinion polls, learning through songs, playground fun, and more. The read-aloud stories are a wonderful option for beginning readers and even non-readers. Both spelling and pronunciation are British.

Speech/language clinicians will join ESL and primary teachers in using the many activities on this site. It even has sorting activities such as fruits/vegetables (see "Food"). Although the interface is graphically appealing, by clicking on "Topics," users can find activities, songs, and games all organized by subject. There is also a large section for parents to help their child at home. Requires Flash plug in. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): flash cards (46), holidays (147)

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Make a shortcut to an activity each day on your classroom computer (RIGHT-clicking in the middle of the page will give the option to Create shortcut). This will give students an easy way to open today's activity, especially if you RENAME it with the student's name or place it in a certain corner of the desktop. Longer stories require the Real Player plug in. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page. In these stories, Students can double-click a word to find out its meaning!
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ESL Teacher Lesson Plans & Worksheets - Using English.com

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2 to 8
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This index to short ESL lessons and resources in three levels provides material for quick review of grammar, reading, and special-topic classroom activities. Some contain photographs...more
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This index to short ESL lessons and resources in three levels provides material for quick review of grammar, reading, and special-topic classroom activities. Some contain photographs that clarify the questions or provide conversational stimulation. HAndouts are in PDF format and are well prepared. Many have cloze passages or similar activities to reinforce vocabulary. Special ed teachers seeking materials to reinforce basics will find some activities helpful, as well.
Note: At certain busy times of the day, this site opens slowly. Be patient.

tag(s): grammar (216)

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Find reinforcement and review activities quickly. For a multi-level classroom containing some ESL students, use these plans with your regular lessons to provide extra help.
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Language Arts Drill Games - Education 4 Kids

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K to 12
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This interactive language arts site provides three drill activities. The first activity "Vocabulary" is designed for high school students. This activity provides students with a sentence...more
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This interactive language arts site provides three drill activities. The first activity "Vocabulary" is designed for high school students. This activity provides students with a sentence (one word is bold), students must provide the correct definition to the word in bold. Three choices are given. The second activity "Alphabits" is designed for preschool through first grade. There are seven basic interactive alphabet activities. The user can choose the activity, upper case or lower case and various other options. The third activity "ASL" presents the student with a letter in sign language. The student must type in the correct letter being represented by the pictures. This activity could be appropriate for any grade level learning American Sign Language.

tag(s): alphabet (92), sign language (8), vocabulary (324)

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These interactive activities could be individualized or used as a class activity (incorporating an interactive whiteboard).

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Spin and Spell

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K to 3
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This is an interactive spelling game with easy to follow directions for individual and partner play. Choose a topic and picture. Spell the word, dial the letters, and check the ...more
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This is an interactive spelling game with easy to follow directions for individual and partner play. Choose a topic and picture. Spell the word, dial the letters, and check the answer. The directions are all out loud, so even weaker readers can play. Flash is required. The site is entirely done in Flash, so make sure oyu have this plug-in. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): spelling (168), vocabulary (324)

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TURN UP your speakers, then bookmark this web site on a classroom computer or laptop (if available) for students to use as a center or extra practice. Assign partners of similar skill so one student does not always win, or don't keep score and have the better speller help sound out the letters.

Speech and Language or ESL teachers will also love this site, as it give practice with basic vocabulary-- and it TALKS! Students can roll the mouse over pictures, hear the word, and try to spell it as they repeat it aloud.
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Phrasal Verb Drink Dispenser - Cambridge University Press

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4 to 9
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This cleverly formatted ESL/speech and language activity provides review material for phrasal verbs found in The Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs published by Cambridge University Press....more
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This cleverly formatted ESL/speech and language activity provides review material for phrasal verbs found in The Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs published by Cambridge University Press. Students can select verbs that have the same particle, verbs in content categories, and also study one verb in all its particle manifestations (i.e. go on, go out, go away, etc.). This page is a must for all English language students preparing for standardized tests. Speech and manguage teachers working with elementary students will find it helpful, as well, if the students have basic reading skills. Requires Shockwave Plugin. Get it from the TeachersFirst Toolbox page.

tag(s): grammar (216), verbs (41)

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Suggest this site to your ESL students preparing for college entrance exams. You may want to mark it in Favorites on a classroom computer for students to practice independently once you have shown them how it works.

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String of Beads - Crick Web

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K to 2
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This color matching game has 2-levels (5 beads or 10 beads). Students are given a string of beads to copy. Students repeat the pattern by clicking on the ...more
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This color matching game has 2-levels (5 beads or 10 beads). Students are given a string of beads to copy. Students repeat the pattern by clicking on the color and then the bead to create the desired pattern. This site requires FLASH.

tag(s): colors (79), matching (24), sequencing (31)

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This site is a great tool to reinforce colors, patterns and sequencing!
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Comparison Activities - Crick Web

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K to 2
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This activity challenges young children to compare items, weigh products and put supplies in order. Topics include big, little, tall, short, narrow, wide, heavy and light. A narrator...more
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This activity challenges young children to compare items, weigh products and put supplies in order. Topics include big, little, tall, short, narrow, wide, heavy and light. A narrator speaks the directions for the students. This site requires FLASH.

tag(s): sequencing (31)

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This activity is excellent for reinforcing comparisons, including to speech/language practice. The speaker has a British accent, so your students will learn to listen to different accents, as well. Little or no reading required. Get an interactive whiteboard and involve the entire class!
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Sound - Crick Web

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K to 3
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This creative site is all about sound! The first section presents the students with ten speakers. The students click on the speaker to hear a sound. Then ...more
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This creative site is all about sound! The first section presents the students with ten speakers. The students click on the speaker to hear a sound. Then the students find the vocabulary word for that sound from the word bank and drag the word to the correct corresponding space. The second activity "Sorting Instrument Sounds" challenges students to sort instruments into one of four categories (instruments we blow, instruments we bang, instruments we pluck or instruments we shake). The students can hear the instruments, by clicking on the picture of the instrument. Both activities provide a "check" button for assessment purposes. FLASH is required.

tag(s): listening (91), sound (100)

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This kid-friendly site will enhance any unit on sound or musical instruments.Be sure to turn up your volume! You may have to read the written labels aloud to very weak readers.
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Materials 2 - Crick Web

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K to 6
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This unique (and challenging) website has four activities. The first challenge is to sort toys into groups. Students get to choose the criteria used to sort the items. ...more
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This unique (and challenging) website has four activities. The first challenge is to sort toys into groups. Students get to choose the criteria used to sort the items. When finished sorting, students need to explain why they grouped the toys the method chosen and then they can print. The second activity is to name materials. This page is tricky because many of the pictures are close-ups, and hard to distinguish. Once finished on this page, students may click "check" or "print". The third activity is a sorting activity to separate natural materials and man-made materials. The fourth activity is called; "Changing Materials" and student must determine which material is changing, how it is changed and why it is changed. Students click their mouse onto the text to answer the questions. Once finished, students may click "print" to share their work. This site requires FLASH.

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The second activity (labeling materials) would work best using an interactive whiteboard. The other activities could easily be adapted for group or independent work. See if your students notice U.S. vs UK spelling: labeling - labelling. The simple sorting activity at the start is a great thinking skill activity for primary students or for children with voacbulary deficits. They would love doing the drag-and-drop on as a center or on a whiteboard.
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Materials 1 - Crick Web

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This site has three parts (students move onto the next part by clicking "next"). The first activity challenges students to "click and drag" words to their appropriate label spot ...more
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This site has three parts (students move onto the next part by clicking "next"). The first activity challenges students to "click and drag" words to their appropriate label spot on a picture. The materials include glass, brick, tile, paper, plastic, wool, wood and metal. The second activity is a table that asks students to "drop" the correct word or picture onto the corresponding spot on the table. The topics on the table include the material name, picture example and property. The final activity is a writing challenge. Students are presented with two pictures. The students must answer three questions about the pictures. To type on the page, students simply click their mouse to where they want to insert their answers. Once students are finished with this activity, they may click to print. This site requires FLASH.

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Try an interactive whiteboard for the first two activities. If you choose to make the final activity a class activity, project the questions onto a screen or whiteboard and challenge the students to answer the three questions independently. Used as a simple drag and drop, this site can help with vocabulary development for children with speech/language deficits.
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Body Parts - Crick Web

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K to 1
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This unique science site presents students with five children. The students can click on any of the five children to be directed to a labeling activity. There are ...more
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This unique science site presents students with five children. The students can click on any of the five children to be directed to a labeling activity. There are five different activities (all involving labeling body parts). The students simply "click and drag" the name of the body part to the space next to the body part. A narrator speaks the words aloud. FLASH is required! NOTE: This site loads VERY slowly at high-traffic times of the day.

tag(s): preK (279)

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This activity is excellent for independent or class challenge. The narrator speaking the body parts makes this activity ideal even for the non-reading students. Be sure to turn on your speakers!
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Label That Scene: The Teddy Bears Picnic - Crick Web

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K to 3
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This creative site challenges students to label a teddy bear scene. There is a main menu with two activity choices. The first activity provides students with words (i.e. ...more
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This creative site challenges students to label a teddy bear scene. There is a main menu with two activity choices. The first activity provides students with words (i.e. yellow and teddy bear). The students must click and drag the words onto the correct position on the teddy bear picture. As the students move the words, the narrator speaks the words aloud. You can also play the Teddy Bear Picnic song (yellow buttons at left). The second activity, allows students to create their own words or annotations. There are print options with both activities. This site requires FLASH.

tag(s): spelling (168)

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Try it on an interactive whiteboard or as a center and challenge your students to create their own words for this teddy bear scene! This site is great for spelling practice and building creativity. Be sure you have your sound turned up (headphones if at a center). Note: the sound download takes awhile, and it appears that the site is not opening. Click to open it and be patient- perhaps load it in advance! Not recommended for dial-up.
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