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Vicki Davis

Disapainted - 10 views

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    While perusing Larry's back posts, I came across very cool website that lets you animate with stick figures. Definitely one I'm taking back to my students over break.
Toni Olivieri-Barton

Make-a-Flake - A snowflake maker by Barkley Interactive - 14 views

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    Used for young teachers for mouse skills.
Dave Truss

Regifting Robin 'Number Guess' - 4 views

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    Great student-stumper math trick. 
Ted Sakshaug

MAKE BELIEFS COMIX! Online Educational Comic Generator for Kids of All Ages - 7 views

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    Make your own comic, online educational comic generator.
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    create comics, multi-lingual option.
Melinda Waffle

FreeRice - 4 views

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    Free Rice began as a vocabulary test that results in a donation of rice for each correct answer. The test adjusts difficulty level to the user so is appropriate for any age. Make sure to check out the other subject areas that have been added!
yc c

?! - 4 views

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      Mission 125: Use no electrical or battery-driven devices for 48 hours and someone asks: does tv count? <- This is sooo American! lol ;D))
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    missions
yc c

Reeko's Mad Scientist Science Experiments - Science Experiments for Kids - 14 views

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    Some cool projects here - Source of free science projects and experiments for parents, teachers, and children of all ages.
Allyssa Andersen

RedKid.Net - 19 views

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    Fun way to intro information. Graphics generator.
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    Allyssa, have you looked at the communication wall? Not what I'd want kids to see or post to, also one of the photos is rather unusual and would raise a few eyebrows in the middle school and over crowd. I'd use this site as a teacher to make some cute graphics on my class site. Thanks!
yc c

Google SearchStories - 5 views

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    Search Stories Video Creator. Just type in your searches and select the kind of results that best communicate your story. Then, share your story to the world. Not working well w Chrome..
Ruth Howard

Word Spy - 26 views

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    WordSpy is disseminating words gleaned from our collective contemporary culture. fun, literacy,writing,research,wordsmith
Ruth Howard

Mathematically Correct Breakfast -- Mobius Sliced Linked Bagel - 6 views

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    Make a cream cheese bagel link into a mobius!
Ed Webb

Why do people dance? | Education | The Guardian - 3 views

  • Lovatt says his own experience proves dance can provide confidence that spills into other areas of life. Suffering from profound reading difficulties at school, he left with no qualifications, and was unable to read until he was 23. "I taught myself to read while working as a dancer in theatres," he says. "I was surrounded by talent and thought it was ridiculous that I couldn't read, so I just sat down and, very slowly, learned."Next, Lovatt studied A-levels, then a degree in psychology and English at Roehampton Institute, ultimately gaining a PhD and taking a senior researcher post at Cambridge University. Now, he combines dancing "nearly every day" with dance research at Hertfordshire University, where he teaches the psychology of performing arts.
  • the best way to attract a compatible mate is to relax and just move naturally to the rhythm
  • "Dance lessons are a bit like plastic surgery," says Lovatt. "They mask the true expression of your genes."
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    Not sure I buy the genetic determinism. But I love the story of Dr Lovatt's educational path and I strongly advocate dance for everybody!
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