Beginning of the Year
Finding Information on the internet
Create a Graph
Daily Brain Teasers-Grade 5
World Fact Book
The Discovery Channel
Clip Art Page
This site assists students and teachers doing research on the Internet.
Especially useful is their table showing which search engines are best for
finding different types of information.
Developed by the Oswego City School District in New York, this website is an
excellent location to begin your search for literacy resources on the Internet.
The site includes links to resources that support the new literacies of the
Internet as well as more traditional literacies.
The Literacy Connections website provides an abundance of information on reading
aloud, tutoring techniques, ESL literacy, and adult literacy. The webpage
is a good resource for reading teachers, literacy volunteers, and program
The Road to Reading website offers elementary teachers information on valuable
classroom strategies for reading and writing with students.
A wonderful site for classroom integration of literature experiences with
Internet resources. The genius of this site is that teachers may
contribute any idea for books or activities with Internet resources that have
worked in their classrooms.
A wonderfully comprehensive location with many valuable resources. A great
resource for teachers new to the Internet seeking instructional ideas.
This is the homepage for the school in Indiana with great support for teachers
beginning their Internet journeys.
This website features resources for teachers interested in integrating
technology with their classroom curricula.
Book Rap is an online project that enables classrooms from around the world to
share discussions of scheduled books through e-mail.
Read a Book-Write a Poem
This interactive site is filled with original student poems, stories, and
graphic organizers about different aspects of autumn. It shows how many
teachers can share their students work and provides important resources for all
Mrs. Silverman's Webfolio
This website serves as a catalog of collaborative Internet projects done by
classrooms from around the world.
Spring Into Life
This online collaborative project features a study on animals or plants that
become active in the springtime. Some topics the project focused on are
migration, hibernation, and protective coloration. The students'
multidisciplinary work with a science emphasis was showcased on this website
upon completion. The project timeline was planned to coincide with Earth
Day, 2002, but the work can still be used as a resource for classrooms.
Instructional Web Sites