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60 Inspiring Applications for Educators

Here is a list of 60 inspiring applications compiled by Aaron Hansen and Ray Birks for a presentation at WAETAG (Washington Association of Educators for Talented and Gifted) 2012. Our free Journal Jar App made the list at #6 in the writing app category!

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Free Educational App: Journal Topics and Writing Prompts

Journal Jar App – Ideas, Questions, Topics and Prompts for Journal Writing App: Journal Jar Subject: Journal Topics, Creative Writing, English, Composition, Literature, Language Arts Level: Elementary School (Grades 1 to 5) Cost: Free Platforms: Smartphones (Apple iPhone, Android, etc.), Mobile Devices (iPad, iPod Touch, etc.) and Desktops Start Writing!: Click here to access the […]

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Hands-On Learning – Museum Month 2011

Museum Month 2011 – Hands-On Learning at a Discount Price It’s time to get out of the classroom and into a Museum! February is Museum Month in San Diego! It’s your chance to discover the treasures that await you at the various San Diego museums for half off the regular price of admission! Museum Month […]

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Brain Game #13: Sudoku Puzzle 102

Brain Game: Sudoku Subject: Math, Logic, Number Sense Level:  Beginner Get your brain buzzing with this simple Four Square Sudoku Puzzle. This Four Square version is a great way to introduce young children and novices to the game of Sudoku. Instructions: Fill the 4 x 4 grid with the digits 1, 2, 3 and 4. Each digit […]

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Brain Game #12: Sudoku Puzzle 101

Brain Game: Sudoku Subject: Math, Logic, Number Sense Level:  Beginner New to Sudoku? Try this simple Four Square Sudoku Puzzle to warm up your brain. This game is great for young children as well! Instructions: Fill the 4 x 4 grid with the digits 1, 2, 3 and 4. Each digit will appear only once in […]

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How to Play Four Square Sudoku

Fill the 4 x 4 grid with the digits 1, 2, 3 and 4. Each digit will appear only once in each row, column, and 2 x 2 sub-grid (“box”).  Example:

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Mathematics: Classification of Algebra

Mathematics: Algebra Classification Universal algebra (sometimes called general algebra) is the field of mathematics that studies algebraic structures themselves, not examples (“models”) of algebraic structures. For instance, rather than take particular groups as the object of study, in universal algebra one takes “the theory of groups” as an object of study.  Subject area topics include: […]

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Brain Game #11: Word Search Chrysanthemum Printable

Word Search: Chrysanthemum Subject: Language Arts Grade Level: one Three facts about the word Chrysanthemum: Chrysanthemum is a type of flower. There are 13 letters in the word Chrysanthemum – half of the total number of letters in the alphabet! Japanese Emperors loved Chrysanthemums – they sat on thrones made of the flower! Instructions: How […]

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Brain Game #10: Unscramble Science Words – The Five Senses Printable

Unscramble Words: The Five Senses Subject: Science Grade Level: Grade One Instructions: Unscramble the following Science words related to The Five Senses Printable Version: Click on the following link to download a printable version (with answer-key) of the brain game – Unscramble Science Words: The Five Senses

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10 Tips to Stay Smart This Summer

Staying Smart Over the Summer: How to Have Fun Staying Smart Checking out of school shouldn’t mean checking out from learning altogether. Learning doesn’t have to be boring – there are a variety of ways to incorporate learning into your summer schedule. The key is structure and dedication – this summer, have your children set […]

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