Kids can play online against the computer or, if they log in for free, they can challenge and play against other kids within their school, the US, or the world (if the time zones match up 😉
Check out these amazing interactives that have been collected by the Utah Education Network (UEN).
This organization connects all Utah school districts, schools, and higher education institutions to provide quality resources.
I’m grateful they’re willing to share without requiring a sign in so the resources can be used by teachers and parents.
source: tinyurl.com/shadowillustrations Artist Vincent Bal turns the shadows of everyday objects into ingenious illustrations, Consider adding this resource to your light unit or challenging your students who enjoy drawingÂ to create a few shadow illustrations of their own to share with classmates. This could be an activity for pairs or teams of students. You just need a few common objects and a flashlight! This suggestion came from Ian Byrd. He sends me an email every FridayÂ with resources for gifted students. Most activities would work with the amazing variety of students we have in our classrooms. You might check out Byrdseed: …