NEA – Best of the Icebreakers
Since we published the first edition of getting-to-know-you “icebreaker” activities in 1997, we received more than 100 ideas from classroom teachers. The ten icebreakers that appear below are ten of the most original and powerful ideas we’ve seen through the years.
45 Websites For Students To Create Original Artwork Online | art, creativity, student art | Making Teachers Nerdy
More and more websites are coming online to give students the ability to unleash their creativity in new and innovative ways. From abstract art to pointillism, students now can click and draw their way into original works of art, and today’s freebie gives you a great list of places to begin.
The sites are labeled by grade level to help guide you to those that best suit your students. In addition, I’ve added ratings to give teachers and students an idea of how much interactivity is available at each site. Some allow students to create from beginning to end, while others simply generate the final product with minimal effort. What you will not find here are basic virtual coloring sheets. I tried to find sites that would give students a chance to generate their own original works of art. What could be better?
Calculation Nation – Challenge others. Challenge yourself.™
Great math games!
Crickweb | The Math Teacher’s Toolkit
A compilation of macromedia flash resources to support whole class teaching and learning in the Primary School. Great for use with an interactive whiteboard!
Your Voice & Sounds on Twitter. Record your voice and tweet it, right away. Pretty cool.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.