Use this interactive site to create your own animated film. Add characters, action, and sound then watch your creation come to life courtesy of netTrekker
King Lear, Love, Tyranny, and Madness For classes studying "King Lear," this website provides insights about how the play succeeds as theater as well as literature. It contains transcripts and audio files of well-known actors, directors and critics discussing the themes found in King Lear. The site
Mars Madness - The History of Human Views of Mars This site traces ideas about Mars, the mysterious 'Red Planet,' from ancient Greece all the way to our current perceptions, and it does so through an interactive multimedia experience. "Your Mars exploration" includes audio and video information.
Let's Make Sentences In this sample lesson from Headsprout Early Reading, beginning English language learners make simple sentences by ordering nouns, verbs, and objects into a logical sequence. They also perform basic comprehension tasks by matching sentences with pictures that describe the
Interactive games are a fun way to increase your students’ reading skills.
Through three animated activities, students create, explore, and print patterns using spinning circles, ripples, and kaleidoscopes. For many more fun and educational activities from the museum, just click http www.cdm.org children.html.courtesy of netTrekker