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Fred Delventhal

http://fraboom.com - 22 views

Dean Mantz

Home | City Technology - 8 views

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    Partnership between college faculty, elementary teachers, and students.  Based on National Science Foundation 
Fred Delventhal

Smithsonian Wild - 17 views

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    Welcome to Smithsonian WILD! This site is designed to showcase some of the exciting research conducted by the Smithsonian Institution and its collaborators around the world, and to highlight the incredible diversity of wildlife that exists in a range of habitats across the globe. 




    The use of motion-triggered 'camera traps' has become an incredibly useful tool for scientists to answer an enormous range of conservation and ecological questions. Researchers attach these unique cameras to posts or trees, often along forest trails, and when a camera's sensor registers an animal's body heat and movement, a photograph is taken. The studies highlighted here demonstrate the range of applications of this method, and how these cameras give us a glimpse into an animal world that is rarely seen by anyone. You can search the site by following the trail of interesting animals or the lure of diverse sites around the world.
Dean Mantz

DOGO News - Kids news articles! Kids current events; plus kids news on science, sports,... - 14 views

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    Keep your elementary students updated on current events with this new website.
Fred Delventhal

Lesson Plans : Transformers and Science - More than meets the eye - 13 views

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    Transformers and Science - More than meets the eye

    The idea that one item can become another is something they find fascinating and you can tap into that curiosity via these lesson plans, "did you know" facts, and take-home project cards available here. All highlight the fact that science is transformation in action. These tools also help learning and fun come together which at The Hub, we believe can lead to endless possibilities. Join us in sparking student interest in the power of transformation and the science behind it!
Fred Delventhal

OLogy - 22 views

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    OLogy, the Museum's Web site for kids ages seven through twelve, is based on the premise that "everyone wants to know something," and is designed as a place for kids to explore, ask questions, get answers, meet OLogists, play games, and see what
Clif Mims

e-Learning for Kids - 2 views

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    fun and free learning on the Internet for children ages 5 - 12 best-in-class courseware in math, science, reading and keyboarding
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    Gail Braddock describes e-Learning for Kids as "free e-courses for kids all around the world. This site has engaging and interactive courses for kids in online safety, computer skills such as using Google, typing, and core subjects like language arts, math, and science. Most of the courses are for elementary school-aged children, and involve dynamic avatars, and are highly interactive."
Randy Rodgers

Educational Games, Worksheets & Homework Help for Kids, Parents and Teachers | Game Cla... - 25 views

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    Games for grades k-6.

    "We've thoroughly searched the web for engaging and educational games for kids, and we've collaborated with top educators to ensure that all of our games are age-appropriate, relevant and compliant with academic standards. Our team of educators has also created a vast library of "Homework Help" as an additional resource for students, teachers and parents."
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