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Tips and Tricks that you will want to try right away studying Traditional Chinese
Music theory: Keyboard & Staff
Help your students studying music theory easier and kinesthetically through the placement of a note on the staff in relationship to its position on the keyboard.
Specific Heat Capacity
Enjoy teaching students about specific heat capacity and relate this abstract idea to some concrete examples
Counting Finches I
myViewBoard version of 'Counting bears': virtual motivating math manipulatives for young children.
Counting Finches II Games
1st myViewBoard Originals - Counting Finches Games release, taking gaming to engage learners in the classroom.
Thankful ABCs activities that can help your kids share all the wonderful things they are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Learning About Feelings
Teach children about their feelings with an emotional vocabulary and let them use their words instead of behaviors to show how they feel.
Teach the students about teeth, their functions and the importance to keep them healthy.
Help your students to develop critical writing skills and let their creativity guide them to write their own spooky stories with a halloween theme.
Light and Shadow
Explore with the students the different sources of light, and the formation of shadows when the objects block light from the sources.
Moon Festival for Math class
Mooncakes are the must-eat Mid-Autumn Festival food. Try Area and Circumference of Circles maze activity using mooncakes and the story of Hou Yi and Chang'e.
Explain to your students the difference between the cohesive and adhesive forces and the role of capillary action in our life.
Oral health education is very important and should be discussed with children to promote correct oral health behaviors.
Make a Color Wheel
Do you teach your students about color in three-dimensions? Color wheels show us how colors are related. They remind artists how to mix and think about colors.
Happy or Angry - Draw Your Emotions
Have you ever wished there is an easy “tool” that could express your emotions? Artists use line, composition, and color to create an overall mood or feeling.
Students can draw inspirations from shapes learned in lesson to build up their own aquarium.
Students learn to identify common body parts.
When visiting swimming pools and beaches, making sure your children can swim competently and safely is a must for all families.
Dragon Boat Festival
Happy Dragon Boat Festival! The fifth day of the fifth lunar month is a very special day in Taiwan and China.
Dragon Boat Races
Children trace lines to practice fine motor movements using the small muscles in the hands, helping them develop their fine motor skills.
3D Shapes Anchor Chart
Let students count the faces, sides, and vertices of shapes. Use Image Search to find examples of shapes.
Students get a brief overview of badminton rules and learn how to correctly identify parts of the badminton court.
Students get a brief overview of baseball rules and learn how to correctly identify parts of the baseball court.
Students get a brief overview of basketball rules and learn how to correctly identify parts of the basketball court.
Students get a brief overview of soccer rules and learn how to correctly identify parts of the soccer court.
Students get a brief overview of tennis rules and learn how to correctly identify parts of the tennis court.
Students get a brief overview of volleyball rules and learn how to correctly identify parts of the volleyball court.
A quick review of our sports lessons. Move the players to the correct playing court.
Let's have a virtual city tour to learn about the buildings in the city.
Match the correct word to the building. Students learn basic vocabulary and pronunciation of the city buildings.
What happens in the city? Move the pictures into the corresponding description.
What are cells?
Cells are the basic building blocks of all animals and plants. How are plant and animal cells different?
Happy Mother's Day
This Sunday is Mother’s Day in Taiwan. Here's our myViewBoard Originals gift to you this Mother’s Day.
The Shape of Food
Use myViewBoard Clips and Video Assisted Learning to learn the shape of food.
Let’s Make A Pizza
Learn food vocabulary and how to make a pizza. Kids can customize pizza toppings in both a digital whiteboard and the real kitchen.
Teachers show students pictures of instruments which students must identify and classify according to instrument family.
Learning Math with Rabbits
A myViewBoard Originals activity you can play with your kids on Easter Sunday to help them learn addition and subtraction.
This Originals activity lets students familiarize themselves with the pH value of common solutions.
Scrabble - Easy
Scrabble - Easy (for ages 3+) is designed to be a colorful start to word-making, motivating students to memorize words and build vocabulary.
Scrabble - Hard
Scrabble - Hard is based on the actual rules of Scrabble. Play to improve student's vocabulary and practice spelling.
Learning numbers in German
This myViewBoard Originals uses myViewBoard Clips video-assisted learning to teach how to count in German.
Learning colors in German
This activity aims to develop the students' writing skills. After practice, have the students write down the correct color in German.
Turkey Map Puzzle
Assemble a map of Turkey by moving the map pieces to the correct location.
Wash your hands
Wash your hands the right way by following these five handwashing steps recommended by the CDC.
This activity demonstrates the use of video-assisted learning to share interesting facts about Valentine’s Day 💗.
Butterfly life cycle
This activity demonstrates how to integrate a KWL chart and a video to teach the life cycle of a butterfly to students.
How are sounds made?
Vibrations cause sounds; sounds can also cause materials to vibrate. This activity shows how vibrations create sounds.
Move the hands of the clock to match the time shown on the video.
Use the video to match the correct colored circles to the labels.
Use the words to match the colors
US Map Puzzle
Introduce key facts about each of the US states in a dynamic, interactive video format maximizing retention and memory.
Students identify shapes in famous architecture through a virtual tour found around the world.
Christmas Finding Patterns
A pattern sequence activity which requires children to identify repeating patterns. Can you tell which object comes next?
Thankful Turkey Word Search
Get into the spirit of Thanksgiving with a fun word search game. Practice vocabulary and learn about Thanksgiving at the same time.
Thankful Turkey Math
This content is a fun way to reinforce basic math during the Thanksgiving holidays.
Students categorize various data sets using Carroll and Venn diagrams to sort, compare, and classify.
Difference of 2 sets
This content encourages students to think deeply about the connections between two or more complex concepts.
About the Moon
The Moon doesn’t emit light itself, the 'moonlight' we see is actually the Sun's light reflected off the lunar surface.
Static electricity is an imbalance between negative and positive charges, and can build up on surfaces until they are discharged.
Activities and key concepts on magnetism. The teacher can also do these experiments with the students in the classroom.
This content is based on transporting patients to the hospital, giving students a challenge to solve a real-world problem.
Sudoku is a great teaching tool for building students' critical thinking skills
Do you use the right or left side of your brain? Take this simple color quiz and you might end up learning something new about yourself.
The first step to learning colors is matching them. This content helps children learn colors by matching blocks of the same color.
This content can help children learn that red, yellow, and blue are primary colors. Combining two primary colors make a secondary color.
Fractions and circles
Use the pie slices at the top to complete the circles below in three different ways.
Tangrams can teach students about spatial relationships, learn geometric terms, and develop stronger problem-solving abilities.
Towers of Hanoi
The Towers of Hanoi is a classic mathematical game also frequently applied in the psychology of problem-solving and skill learning.
The first player who completes a bingo pattern wins.
Spatial Intelligence is the ability to understand three-dimensional figures and images.
Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating artifacts to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power.
Christopher Columbus (c. 1451 to May 20, 1506) was an Italian explorer and navigator.
Advances in computing power and software for manipulation of digital media have dramatically affected the way computer music is generated and performed.
The Pinophyta, also known as Coniferophyta or Coniferae, or commonly as conifers, are a division of vascular land plants containing a single extant class, Pinopsida.
Dance is a performing art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement.
Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance: a play, opera, mime, ballet, etc, performed in a theatre, or on radio or television.
A short collection of gods and goddesses from Greek mythology
Inflation vs. Deflation
Inflation occurs when the prices of goods and services rise, while deflation occurs when those prices decrease.
The Internet is the global system of interconnected computer networks that use the Internet protocol suite to link devices worldwide.
Nazism is a totalitarian movement led by Adolf Hitler as head of the Nazi Party in Germany.
In chemistry, an organic compound is generally any chemical compound that contains carbon.
A central processing unit is the electronic circuitry within a computer that carries out the instructions of a computer program.
The Cell Biology
Cells consist of cytoplasm enclosed within a membrane, which contains many biomolecules such as proteins and nucleic acids.
In botany, a tree is a perennial plant with an elongated stem, or trunk, supporting branches and leaves in most species.