Activity Cards From the Center for Disease Control and Prevention comes a very extensive list of physical activities, from the common (baseball) to the less common (ballet). Each link brings up a very thorough discussion of the activity, its physical benefits, issues of concern, fascinating trivia
Learning Activities From Canada comes a fascinating site that both teaches and intrigues. Does da Vinci's "Vitruvian Theory" (armspan = body height) apply to your students? Do math-lovers excel at game-playing? How do students manage to fritter away their day? The site will show students how to
Take advantage of Wright Brothers Day to learn the principles of flight. Students will gain an understanding of four forces of flight and practice their observation skills through a number of fun experiments. In addition, students will look at aircraft
How the Body Works, Movies and Activities Short, colorful cartoons explain each of the body's systems: skeletal, cardiovascular, digestive, urinary, respiratory, endocrine, skin, immune, muscular, and nervous. Once you've seen the movie, click on the Activity Page link for additional games and
McGruff Activities McGruff the Crime Dog and mascot of the Natinal Crime Prevention Council is interested in helping you "take a bite out of crime." Students can color, read comic strips, play lots of terrific games, and get great safety tips from McGruff! There is also a special section for
Name: World of Reading Brief Description of the Site: This site from the Ann Arbor Michigan public library system offers book reviews on favorite books written by and for kids. Children can read other children's reviews by searching for specific titles or browsing, and they can write their own reviews of books.