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Games for gr8-10 focusing on english, math, and science. Very engaging and typical of the tongue-in-cheek british humor. The Great Debate is particularly different. Try it!

All America Reads (AAR) is an ongoing nationwide project starting with the novel, Wish You Well by David Baldacci. It is designed to encourage reading and discussion. The project selects a novel and provides numerous lesson plans and resources for educators and students. It provides reading strategies and resources for reluctant and struggling readers to interpret the text

Blue Web'n is an online library of 2035 outstanding Internet sites categorized by subject, grade level, and format (tools, references, lessons, hotlists, resources, tutorials, activities, projects). You can also browse by broad subject area (Content Areas) or specific sub-categories (Subject Area). See "About this Site" for a scoring rubric and answers to other burning questions!

This site uses high interest stories in a variety of categories from CNN and CBS news to promote literacy. Although intended for ESL or low reading adults, careful selection of specific articles would be appropriate for middle and high school students. Provides abridged and outlined versions of the story, vocabulary, comprehension, sequencing and written response activities all available interactively online. Video clips may or may not work. This is the archived site. A new site is in development (Beta)

LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain and release the audio files back onto the net (via podcast and catalog). Our goal is to make all public domain books available as free audio books. We are a totally volunteer, open source, free content, public domain project. Subscribe via itunes or the site.
Are you a great oral-reader? You can also volunteer by signing up at the site.

These podcasts are aimed at parents who wish to help their children with mathematics. They have been created and produced by Millthorpe School, York in the UK. The school caters for young people 11-16 years of age and has dual specialist status for Languages and Science

Mathcasts can Help students learn & review math.
Help teachers collaborate & improve their teaching.
Help parents help their children and enable them to see examples of their childrens' work. Mathcasts.org was created to give students a library of math tutorials and problem solutions and to give teachers a place to share their methods for teaching & learn from others. It's also a place where students & teachers can contribute and organize sets of movies for others or themselves to use.

Google has rolled out a game named Google Image Labeler. You and someone else from the great Internet ether are joined together and you try to tag or label the image using the same word or words. You get points when you match tags. Ideas for classroom use at bottom of article.

Mnemonic: n. A device, such as a formula or rhyme, used as an aid in remembering. Provides a list of Memory aids for math formulas, concepts, operations, and more.

Great, easy to use site with reviews/summaries of books for all ages. There is an entire section devoted to student submitted booktalks. Subscribe via rss for these mp3 recorded booktalks. Try Google Reader as an alternative to iTunes subscription so you can listen online without downloading. http://nancykeane.com/rss.html Play it on your iPod!

Skills: Converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.
Object: Sell as many ice cream cones as possible in three minutes by converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.

Can you fill the customer's order with the right amount of toppings? Choose the Pizza size for the order then add your toppings. Click send to finish!

In collaboration with Intel and The Mathematical Association, the Mathematical Toolkit and Number line have been designed specifically to support the teaching and learning of mathematics for

Help Ted fix the leaky roof by placing the bricks (decimals) in numerical order.

Try your hand at matching fractions with decimals and percent. Click the bell when you see a match.....better be fast!

Video tutorials and interactive activities with audio. Strands include: Numbers and Operations, Patterns and Relations, Geometry, Statistics and Probabiity
Activities - Adding and subtracting Fractions, Fractions and Equivalent Fractions, Fractions, Multiply & Divide, Percent., Equations, Pattern Puzzles, Area

The Award Ceremony involves ordering numbers; highest to lowest or lowest to highest. Includes decimals