Bring nature and culture from around the world to your students—and skip the costs. The Virtual Field Trips collection offers apps, videos, and Multi-Touch books from places like MoMA, the Smithsonian, the Met, the Palace of Versailles, the Grand Canyon, the U.S. National Archives, the Library of Congress, and the Royal Opera House. Whether you’re teaching the arts, history, or the sciences, these resources present opportunities for interactive activities in almost any lesson.
Landforms SMARTboard interactive activity- games and Discovery Education links from TinyToes on TeachersNotebook.com - (27 pages) - I am SUPER excited about this lesson! This is a fun, interactive SMARTboard .notebook whiteboard activity for Landforms. Landforms included are: oceans, canyons, valleys, mountains, plains, volcano, island, lakes, hills, deserts, and rivers
Bring engaging and interactive activities into your classroom with these science notebook pages. This resource contains 25 different interactive notebook activities covering Newton's Laws of Motion, Forces, Changes in Motion, and much more!
Personal Space: This interactive activity pack has 5 parts: A social story, a scenario activity, a behavior chart activity, 3 visuals, and a student check sheet. This is great to do with an individual or a group of children who struggle with keeping or understanding personal space.