Games, videos, and simulations that reinforce skills and concepts for K-2

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abc-CD

by Sherston Software

abcCD motivates students to develop their knowledge of all letter shapes, sounds and names. For more information, please visit: http://shop.sherston.com/sherston/abcd-mlt-cdrm-1.html
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solid to liquid to gas 3

by Curriculum Corporation - The Learning Federation initiative

This is a model of what happens as water changes from solid to liquid to gas.
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ice melting animation

by Curriculum Corporation - The Learning Federation initiative

An animation of a block of ice melting under the sun. Some of the ice evaporates away whilst some flows down a drain.
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Genre Match

by wendy everett

This is a cut and paste game. The students are to cut out pictures of genres and match the definition. This resource is part of the Phonics and Reading Skills collection.
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ELA Jeopardy

by Michelle Haley

I created this Jeopardy game to use with my students as a review of parts of speech and genre. The questions and answers can easily be altered.
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This lesson will give students a chance to review the unit concepts and build proficiency with fractions. This resource is part of the Fun with Fractions collection.
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A long time ago, we invented a simple game called Hurkle and published the first primitive version of Hurkle as a computer game in People's Computer Company, April 1973. We have invented new versions of Hurkle called HurkleQuest that use colors of the rainbow as "fuzzy feedback" clues. We have played HurkleQuest in classrooms, by USPS mail, and by email. Since 2004, we have run many tens of HurkleQuest games for first-grade to sixth-grade teachers and their students. Here there be descriptions of HurkleQuest Play-by-Email games. HurkleQuest on the Number Line. HurkleQuest in Quadrant 1. HurkleQuest in Quadrants 1, 2, 3, and 4. HurkleQuest in Oregon. Math is joyful when teachers and students play together, learn together.
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MEET ME AT THE CORNER is a series of virtual field trips children ages 7-13. These four-minute video pod casts highlight people, places, and events. MEET ME AT THE CORNER is a multi-media initiative. The content which is developed for these short video documentary features will be innovative, informative and engaging while honoring the intelligence of the child viewer. MEET ME AT THE CORNER is an interactive site which encourages individual expression and participation through video submissions and photos from children, parents, schools, teachers, and educational organizations worldwide featuring their special corner of our world. MEET ME AT THE CORNER is available throughout the United States as a video blog and will be accessible for downloading fifty-two weeks a year with new episodes being uploaded every two weeks. This resource is part of the MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids collection.
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MEET ME AT THE CORNER is a series of kid-friendly video pod casts for children ages 7-13. This a dynamic, interactive site, which encourages individual expression and participation through video submissions from children worldwide. Through these video pod casts, the site creates a community of children who learn the art of self-expression and storytelling through video. The site is free of charge. MeetMeAtTheCorner.org currently offers more than 50 three-to four-minute episodes. Recent additions include interviews with famous artists and writers, trips to New York City, San Diego, and Colorado, and introductions to unusual hobbies. New trips are added every three weeks.
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www.OneHen.org is a microfinance website for kids, with fun games and a virtual market, as well as lesson plans for teachers and librarians. The website is based on a children's book about a real boy in Africa who gets a loan to buy a hen, which over time turns into a thriving business - all because of a small loan to buy one brown hen. On the website kids can read the story, and read and see pictures and videos of real microentrepreneurs around the world in countries like Ghana, Brazil, Mexico and even immigrants in the U.S., and play games such as memory. Kids can donate "beads" won from the games to actual microentrepreneurs in developing countries through the virtual market, and as kids contribute they will see virtual businesses grow before their eyes. It's a beautifully designed website that aims to inspire good in kids while providing entertainment, and has great materials for teachers to teach their kids about topics ranging from world geography to community service to African culture to math to economics to business to global citizenship.
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A series of free educational video pod casts for kids by kids ages 7-13. These four-minute kid-friendly episodes include a Learning Corner of questions and activities.
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Kids' Club Level One

by NASA Education

The games available for students in Level One conform to Grade K Standards/Skills based on national standards, which can be found at: National Science Education Standards American Association for the Advancement of Science International Technology Association International Society for Technology in Education National Council of Teachers of Mathematics National Council of Teachers of English
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Kids' Club Level Two

by NASA Education

The games available for students in Level Two conform to Grade 1 Standards/Skills based on national standards, which can be found at: National Science Education Standards American Association for the Advancement of Science International Technology Association International Society for Technology in Education National Council of Teachers of Mathematics National Council of Teachers of English
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Kids' Club Level Three

by NASA Education

The games available for students in Level Three conform to Grade 2 Standards/Skills based on national standards, which can be found at: National Science Education Standards American Association for the Advancement of Science International Technology Association International Society for Technology in Education National Council of Teachers of Mathematics National Council of Teachers of English
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