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Popcorn Maker - 1 views

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    A great reason to use Firefox.
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ThingLink - 1 views

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    ThingLink's technology makes it possible to embed audio, video and rich media links directly in images and share them across the web. Encourage your fans, friends, and consumers to engage with images by watching videos, listening to songs and sound clips, and exploring social media.
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ShowMe Interactive Whiteboard for iPad on the iTunes App Store - 0 views

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    Turn your iPad into your personal interactive whiteboard!

    ShowMe allows you to record voice-over whiteboard tutorials and share them online. It's a radically intuitive app that anyone will find extremely easy to use, regardless of age or background.

    To see examples of smart, entertaining, fun, and inspirational ShowMe's that other people have made, check out ShowMe.com.
Steven Knight

Illuminations: Activities for Teaching Math - 2 views

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    Great web-based interactive games/manipulative...great for the SMARTboad.
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    Great web-based interactive games/manipulative...great for the SMARTboad.
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NGAkids SEA-SAWS interactive - 0 views

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    SEA-SAWS is a new interactive activity developed by the Gallery's education department. Young artists choose photographs of natural and man-made objects, then assemble the pieces to create a seascape or an abstract composition. A "build" option allows them to construct animated characters and set them in motion. This Art Zone program is fun for children of all ages. (Requires Shockwave)
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Flip-a-Chip - ReadWriteThink - 2 views

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    Effective vocabulary instruction requires active and positive student participation. In addition, familiarity with high-frequency affixes and roots promotes comprehension of numerous words in which they occur as meaningful chunks. In this online activity, students flip two chips to mix and match four word parts and make four words. Students then insert the four words into a paragraph, using context clues to determine where each word belongs. After each exercise, students can print their work to check whether they placed the four words in the paragraph correctly.
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