Try this one out!
and this one!
All throughout the year, we will be learning about Geo-literacy. What exactly is Geo-literacy? According to National Geographic, Geo-literacy is a combination of skills and understanding necessary to make far-reaching decisions in the 21st century. It’s not just about knowing where places are on a the globe. However, it IS important that you begin learning about where all areas of our world are located. Following is a fun way to learn about the geography of our world.
Go to this page to help you with your foldable research today.
I was reminded by a couple of my former students of how much fun these are to play. Most of these are from other sites, so if there is anything incorrect, don’t blame me:)
Here’s the Roman Gods and Goddesses one
Oooh, Equivalent fractions I know you LOVE equivalent fractions:)
Solve the equation for your beginning algebra lovers
Text features – your teacher will love you for this
AND your social teacher will love this Westward Expansion one
I have been using Brainpop with my students for years. They love it! Now the great people at Brainpop have added great games to their site.
1. What is kohl?
8. How many years did it take to build the Great Pyramid of Giza?
9. Who was the archaeologist that uncovered the tomb of King Tut?
Go to this link and explore these games –