Pets, Animals, and Aquariums – information and resources
A week of groceries from around the world in photos http://realitypod.com/2013/05/a-week-of-groceries-in-different-countries-pictures/
Current Events – Government Shut Down http://htekidsnews.com/government-shutdown/
French, Italian, German, and Spanish interactive dictionary with audio http://www.chillola.com/index.html/
Editable handwriting practice worksheets http://www.handwritingpractice.net/handwriting/index.html
This site has several elementary subjects (My Z loves it for math and stories) http://www.netrover.com/~kingskid/
Several articles of interest from the Native Speakers Academy including, 22 Alternatives to Punishment, Moving to the Rhythm ‘Can Help Language Skills, and Police State Alert: High Schools Now Using Palm Scanners http://us5.campaign-archive1.com/?u=8fb495371ca5be23e1601ecc0&id=e1f6607b16&e=3bba501884
And looking ahead to the rest of the month, these resources will be great!
For Columbus Day (Oct. 14) we will be working on this – free lapbooking and notebooking download http://marinecorpsnomads.com/2011/08/christopher-columbus-lapbook-and-notebook-study.html
This site is going to be a fantastic resource for Halloween printables http://www.myhusbandateallmyicecream.com/2013/09/over-450-halloween-printables/
Recently I was asked how I keep track of the links I find. I make a draft in my e-mail account and title it “Math” or whatever is appropriate. I add the link and write a brief description about the site. When the page fills up, I mail it to myself and move it to a file that matches the topic.
I hope you find these links both useful and fun. We did!