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A resource from the Smart Board Company – search by subject, grade, or NCSCOS
Streaming videos of famous people reading stories.
Stories, songs, fables, and more. Record your own feature coming soon!
Cumberland County Library Online for Kids
Access to some wonderful resources, including Tumblebooks!
Link to 6 indoor recess sites where your whole class or small groups can use the Smart Board during those rainy days.
Ideas you can use for all holidays – lots of songs/clips of holiday favorites
Smart Board Terminal
Wiki made by Pitt County teacher that is broken down by grade levels – connects you to many other Smart Board interactive sites.
Interactive Internet Resources
Broken down by subjects.
VA Public School Site
By grade level and subjects
MO Public School Site
This site will direct you to many sites where people are sharing lessons and templates.
Great site for math manipulatives – base blocks, bar graphs, patterns, fractions, geoboards, tangrams, and more.
Internet 4 Classrooms
Here's a good site for some interactive activities – broken down by grade level
Smartboard in the Classroom
A one-stop-shop for everything SmartBoard!
Amphitheater Public Schools
Ideas for the Smart Board in the K-5 Classroom
Mr. Young's Bouncy 'A'
Great site for all subjects with many interactive activities.
Students click on workers to learn about their jobs.
Building Language Literacy
Each character (Nina, Reggie and Leo) leads children on a language adventure to different places in the community, helping children not only develop language skills, but a sense of the world around them as well.
Where children have fun learning to read!
Starfall.com is useful for Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade.
HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION LINKS
"the premier site for health and physical education teachers, parents, and students. "
A section of the Kids Health website that offers suggestions for kids who are active in sports and includes hints for eating healthy and staying hydrated.
A game about internal organs mainly focusing on identification of the parts based on pictures. Students drag the organ to the matching area.
Brief animation about various internal organs.
Shows location in the body and the purpose of the organ.
How Stuff Works!
A comprehensive site, including this link that looks at the different types of muscles in your body and the amazing technology that allows them to work so well.
This British site has new physical education activities to bring into the classroom. Activities are grade appropriate.
This site should give anyone thinking about using technology to teach music a wealth of ideas.
GCSE Music BiteSize Revision
This site provides a variety or resources and quizzes with audio to help students understand a variety of music topics.
Hop Pop Town
Created by the American Symphony Orchestra League. Playmusic makes the task of learning about the instruments of the orchestra a delightful experience.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra for Kids
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's magical doorway to a world of musical fun and learning. Site includes: Orchestra Seating Chart, instrument Encyclopedia, DSO Kid News, Practice Chair, Do It At Home, Make you Own Instruments, Music theory, composer's Corner, Virtual Tour of the Meyerson Symphony Center, Games, Music in the Air, Listen to Music.
New York Philharmonic KIDZONE!
Site includes: Musician's Lounge, Composers' Gallery, Instrument Storage Room, Instrument Laboratory, Conductor/Soloist Dressing Rooms, Newsstand, Composer's Workshop.
Articles, resources, inspiration, support for tomorrow’s educators. Weekly newsletter delivers newest content to your email. Funded by the George Lucas Educational Foundation.
Free standards-based lesson plans and educational resources. Support community. Funded by the Verizon Foundation.
Partnership for 21st
Click under State Initiatives for the North Carolina site, Route 21.
The Gateway to 21st
Founded by the US Department of Education.
Features a K-12 Scope and Sequence Chart that shows how the basic skills we teach at the lower grades will build the foundation that the upper grades expect. A part of CommonSenseMedia.org, a website that offers Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum.
SOCIAL STUDIES LINKS