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Internet Resources - Projects and Ideas

Page history last edited by Heather Evans 11 years, 2 months ago

Contact Information

Stan Freeda   sfreeda@ed.state.nh.us


Project Plans, Ideas, and Resources

Add your project idea and any comments you would like below. 


Activity: Post your answers to the following questions on this page.

  • What is my topic/content area of interest?
  • Why did I choose that topic?
  • What internet resource will I choose to integrate?
  • Why did you choose that resource?
  • How will I use it to engage my students in lessons about my special topic?
  • Questions or concerns you might have about using the resource for this lesson, or incorporating these kinds of resources into your curriculum? 

Help each other by posting suggestions to the Questions or Concerns of your colleagues either directly on the wiki page or in the discussion area below.



Science Fair Activities    http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/lessons.php?BenchmarkID=1&DocID=289

science inquiry concepts, and more....




This is a great site for teaching about the Foucault Pendulum and how it can show that the earth rotates.


Comments (2)

Christine Zimmer said

at 11:16 am on Jul 28, 2009

I want to use blabberize.com for my first grade students to hear themselves read. They will import a picture into blabberize and they will read something orally that will be recorded. I will help them (as needed) to put the two parts together so they can listen to themselves in front of the whole class. It will help us to work on reading fluency.
I am also planning to use PhotoStory from Microsoft. students will take pictures of a tree over the course of the year. We will put the photos into PhotoStory then they will dictate something about each picture throughout the year.
I am hoping to use something in Thinkfinity to use as a computer center that is math related. Christine - grade 1 Madison Elementary

Heather Evans said

at 2:28 pm on Jul 28, 2009

This is a good site about pendulums.

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