Friday, January 31, 2003
WETA: Reading Rockets: Sounds of Language on the Go
The Reading Rockets site provides practical advice, important research findings, best book suggestions and more to parents, teachers, tutors etc.
Sunday, January 26, 2003
Chicago's Structured Curriculum Table of Contents Chicago Public Schools had instituted a structured curriculum with daily lesson plans for every grade K - 12. Look at your grade level to see if there are suggested activities you wish to adapt for your own classroom. Adobe Acrobat is needed to view these lesson plans.
Teacher Resources, Kindergarten Linda is a kindergarten teacher in Huntington Beach, California. This web site has been developed for parents, students and other teachers. The teachers' side is divided into monthly activities. The parent/student side is updated each week with some of the activities that Linda does in her classroom. Thank you Linda, for sharing your site.
Saturday, January 25, 2003
Sunday, January 19, 2003
Innovative Teaching - Early Childhood Education Resources "This is an update of the April 2000 newsletter. Whereas you can find great online activities for young students in the Primary Learning Links issue http://surfaquarium.com/newsletter/primary.htm this edition focuses on resources for early childhood teachers. Teachers of younger children are great at sharing resources and working as teams. Like the children they teach, early childhood educators enjoy hands-on learning. They have an enthusiasm for exploration and discovery that is pervasive in their classrooms. I sincerely hope this issue will aid these teachers in continuing to spread their joy of learning. You can find many more early childhood resources listed at Innovative Teaching at http://surfaquarium.com/early.htm. Thanks to Jerry Blumengarten for his recommendations on this topic!"
100th Day - Fifty Ideas from TeachersFirst "Depending on how you count and when you started, the 100th day of school
should be coming up sometime soon. We've found that many elementary schools use this as a day to reinforce counting, estimation, and other numerical skills. There ís obviously no set curriculum for these activities (though large numbers of jellybeans seem to be an important component)."
Saturday, January 11, 2003
Saturday, January 04, 2003
Learn to Read at Starfall - teaching comprehension and phonics
For beginning readers! Kindergarten and first grade teachers love the site. Emergent readers learn to read with a series of 15 sequenced tales accompanied by games and worksheets.
Friday, January 03, 2003
Links to use in K-3 classes Hi, all. My name is Susan Brooks and I am co-founder of Internet4classrooms.com
There is a special page there for primary teachers. I created it on a dare when teachers told me there was nothing on the internet for KKers. Having over 20 years of KK under my belt, as the teacher, not the student..I took the dare. It has become so long that Kathy Schrock has called it a lengthy list of links. :) When I run off the list for my presentation of What can a 5-year-old Do? it is 14 pages long. It is divided up into many categories: subject areas, writing, phonics, stories, themes, units, etc. to make things easy to find.