With the beginning of school, comes the exposure of students to new vocabulary. The game, Word Frog, gives students a glimpse at some of the skills which they will apply during the intermediate grades.
Recently posted on TeachersFirst:
“Practice antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms with the word eating frog. Simply click to match the correct answer. Practice your speed and accuracy. Your final score will be shared at the end. This site is ideal for beginner readers, but you must be able to read basic sight words. Students learning what antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms mean will also find valuable practice at this site.”
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Congruent……what a strange word! All it means is that objects are the same size and same shape. Try your hand at finding the shape that is NOT congruent with all the others in the Spaceman Game below. Click on the picture and then find the ONE spaceman that is different from the others. That one is NOT congruent with the others.
If you are successful in all 15 levels, the spaceman will return to earth. Good luck!
Try the other math games on Toy Theater to help you practice other math skills.
Have you ever experienced the interaction of a ThingLink? Well, below you will find an interactive creation that allows students to click on “touches”, or icons, on the image and be linked to text, media, and even other websites. Drag your cursor around and learn how to identify polygons.
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This is an interactive site to help students understand how to find the area of irregular shapes. Watch and learn. Then practice some problems on your own.
Our families all celebrate in different ways. My family gathers at the deer camp for hunting, eating, and sharing stories. We love being together in the woods much like the Pilgrims. Some families travel in order to gather with family members. Others take advantage of the Thanksgiving Holidays to begin a shopping tradition. How do you celebrate Thanksgiving Day?
Watch the video and then take the quiz!
If you do not have a Symbaloo account, you should really sign up for a free account today. We have added this Thanksgiving Fun webmix to our Symbaloo. Students may visit any of these approved sites to learn more about this National holiday or just have some fun with Thanksgiving-themed games.
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We are always looking for an engaging way for students to practice their spelling words or vocabulary in Math, Science, Social Studies, or ELA. I suggest that you give Typatone a try. On the Typatone website, just type in your words (or definitions/anything really), and once you are finished, the “bouncing” marker will play music as the word is spelled letter-by-letter. Typatone also offers a 99¢ app. Below are the fourth grade spelling words for this week. Just “listen” to these words.