Setting up the Activity in your Classroom:

It is always a good idea to download any interactive material before you bring a class of children into a computer lab. Depending on your connection speed, many downloads can be lengthy because of appealing graphics.

Depending on the grade level and maturity level of each class, activities can be facilitated as independent work, collaborative group work, or whole class instruction.

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Additional Resources:

Maggie's Earth Adventures
All the games in this online activity were originally developed for Maggie's Earth Adventures. Their site has many more interactive learning games, paper and pencil games, as well as in-depth teacher support. Words
Grammar, spelling, reading and writing skills with online games and activities.

Power Proofreading
The power has gone out on HTM-TV, and you will need all your grammar and writing skills to help edit and write copy. For grades 2-8.

Kid's Edge Word Port
Students can play a variety of games to develop grammar and reading skills, from reading poems and stories and answering questions to joining a clue hunt.

English Grammar Connection
Select level (intermediate, advanced, intermediate ESL, Advanced ESL) to practice grammar skills and writing mechanics with interactive components.

Spanish Grammar Exercises
For more advanced Spanish learners, these online Spanish activities allow practice in grammar. Includes audio and teacher support.

Math Basics
Choose several math skills including addition, decimals, subtractions, multiplication, and rounding.

I Know That: Math Practice
Practice counting, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing.

Online Interactive Mathematics
Picture math, flash cards, clock reading, and more math skills to practice online.

BBC: Spanish
Practice listening, reading, writing, and speaking skills with this online tutorial.

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Graphic Organizer:

Track Progress: Grades 3–8
This Progress Chart (PDF) allows students to track their progress as they practice a specific skill set. Doing individual work at the computer, students will fill out the chart, playing each game several times, trying to beat their own best score each time. At the end of the session, teachers can evaluate how students have progressed. See Assessment and Evaluation.

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