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|3=Butterfly life cycle | |3=Butterfly life cycle | ||

|4=This activity demonstrates how to integrate a KWL chart and a video to teach the life cycle of a butterfly to students. | |4=This activity demonstrates how to integrate a KWL chart and a video to teach the life cycle of a butterfly to students. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Butterfly life cycle | + | |5=[[OC Butterfly life cycle]] |

|6=interactive science | |6=interactive science | ||

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|3=How are sounds made? | |3=How are sounds made? | ||

|4=Vibrations can cause sounds, and sounds can also cause materials to vibrate. This activity shows how varying vibrations can create different sounds. | |4=Vibrations can cause sounds, and sounds can also cause materials to vibrate. This activity shows how varying vibrations can create different sounds. | ||

− | |5=[[OC How are sounds made | + | |5=[[OC How are sounds made]] |

|6=interactive science | |6=interactive science | ||

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|3=Time (Video Assisted Learning) | |3=Time (Video Assisted Learning) | ||

|4=Move the hands of the clock to match the time shown on the video. | |4=Move the hands of the clock to match the time shown on the video. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Time (VAL) | + | |5=[[OC Time (VAL)]] |

|6=interactive VAL math | |6=interactive VAL math | ||

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|3=Color (Video Assisted Learning) | |3=Color (Video Assisted Learning) | ||

|4=Use the video to match the correct colored circles to the labels. | |4=Use the video to match the correct colored circles to the labels. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Color (VAL) | + | |5=[[OC Color (VAL)]] |

|6=interactive VAL science iwb | |6=interactive VAL science iwb | ||

|7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/a692f816-2bdd-4a73-b1e4-9cc63a4c4603/color1.iwb | |7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/a692f816-2bdd-4a73-b1e4-9cc63a4c4603/color1.iwb | ||

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|3=US Map Puzzle | |3=US Map Puzzle | ||

|4=Introduce key facts about each of the US states in a dynamic, interactive video format maximizing retention and memory. | |4=Introduce key facts about each of the US states in a dynamic, interactive video format maximizing retention and memory. | ||

− | |5=[[US Map Puzzle | + | |5=[[US Map Puzzle]] |

|6=interactive geography | |6=interactive geography | ||

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|3=Do You Want to Build a Snowman? | |3=Do You Want to Build a Snowman? | ||

|4=This fun activity requires students to build a snowman using ''Four-Step Sequencing'': First, Next, Then, Last. | |4=This fun activity requires students to build a snowman using ''Four-Step Sequencing'': First, Next, Then, Last. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Do You Want to Build a Snowman | + | |5=[[OC Do You Want to Build a Snowman]] |

|6=interactive holidays | |6=interactive holidays | ||

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|3=Architecture Puzzle | |3=Architecture Puzzle | ||

|4=Students identify shapes in famous architecture through a virtual tour found around the world. | |4=Students identify shapes in famous architecture through a virtual tour found around the world. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Architecture Puzzle | + | |5=[[OC Architecture Puzzle]] |

|6=interactive geography | |6=interactive geography | ||

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|3=Christmas Finding Patterns | |3=Christmas Finding Patterns | ||

|4=A pattern sequence activity which requires children to identify repeating patterns. Can you tell which object comes next? | |4=A pattern sequence activity which requires children to identify repeating patterns. Can you tell which object comes next? | ||

− | |5=[[OC Christmas Finding Patterns | + | |5=[[OC Christmas Finding Patterns]] |

|6=interactive holidays | |6=interactive holidays | ||

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|3=Nets of Solids (Common 3D shapes) | |3=Nets of Solids (Common 3D shapes) | ||

|4=This activity teaches the basics of Visual-Spatial Intelligence. Students learn how to visualize a solid 3D shape from its net. | |4=This activity teaches the basics of Visual-Spatial Intelligence. Students learn how to visualize a solid 3D shape from its net. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Nets of Solids | + | |5=[[OC Nets of Solids]] |

|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Thankful Turkey Word Search | |3=Thankful Turkey Word Search | ||

|4=Get into the spirit of Thanksgiving with a fun word search game. Practice vocabulary and learn about Thanksgiving at the same time. | |4=Get into the spirit of Thanksgiving with a fun word search game. Practice vocabulary and learn about Thanksgiving at the same time. | ||

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|6=interactive holidays | |6=interactive holidays | ||

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|3=Thankful Turkey Math | |3=Thankful Turkey Math | ||

|4=This content is a fun way to reinforce basic math during the Thanksgiving holidays. | |4=This content is a fun way to reinforce basic math during the Thanksgiving holidays. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Thankful Turkey Math | + | |5=[[OC Thankful Turkey Math]] |

|6=interactive holidays | |6=interactive holidays | ||

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|3=Combination Correspondence | |3=Combination Correspondence | ||

|4=This content uses Carroll and Venn diagrams to develop students' visual perception. | |4=This content uses Carroll and Venn diagrams to develop students' visual perception. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Combination Correspondence | + | |5=[[OC Combination Correspondence]] |

|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Sorting Rings | |3=Sorting Rings | ||

|4=Students categorize various data sets using Carroll and Venn diagrams to sort, compare, and classify. | |4=Students categorize various data sets using Carroll and Venn diagrams to sort, compare, and classify. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Sorting Rings | + | |5=[[OC Sorting Rings]] |

|6=interactive math iwb | |6=interactive math iwb | ||

|7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/cf65ae19-41b0-4ac6-93b7-c1ce984320ea/carroll_venn_diagram2.iwb | |7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/cf65ae19-41b0-4ac6-93b7-c1ce984320ea/carroll_venn_diagram2.iwb | ||

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|3=Difference of 2 sets | |3=Difference of 2 sets | ||

|4=This content encourages students to think deeply about the connections between two or more complex concepts. | |4=This content encourages students to think deeply about the connections between two or more complex concepts. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Difference of 2 sets | + | |5=[[OC Difference of 2 sets]] |

|6=interactive math iwb | |6=interactive math iwb | ||

|7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/7c0fb399-b262-41b0-acbd-a588acdc3829/carroll_venn_diagram1.iwb | |7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/7c0fb399-b262-41b0-acbd-a588acdc3829/carroll_venn_diagram1.iwb | ||

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|3=About the Moon | |3=About the Moon | ||

|4=The Moon doesn’t emit light itself, the 'moonlight' we see is actually the Sun's light reflected off the lunar surface. | |4=The Moon doesn’t emit light itself, the 'moonlight' we see is actually the Sun's light reflected off the lunar surface. | ||

− | |5=[[OC About the Moon | + | |5=[[OC About the Moon]] |

|6=interactive science | |6=interactive science | ||

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|3=Static Electricity | |3=Static Electricity | ||

|4=Static electricity is an imbalance between negative and positive charges, and can build up on surfaces until they are discharged. | |4=Static electricity is an imbalance between negative and positive charges, and can build up on surfaces until they are discharged. | ||

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|6=interactive science | |6=interactive science | ||

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|3=Magnetism | |3=Magnetism | ||

|4=Activities and key concepts on magnetism. The teacher can also do these experiments with the students in the classroom. | |4=Activities and key concepts on magnetism. The teacher can also do these experiments with the students in the classroom. | ||

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|6=interactive science | |6=interactive science | ||

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|3=Lion, goat and cabbage problem | |3=Lion, goat and cabbage problem | ||

|4=The Lion, goat and cabbage problem is a river crossing puzzle. | |4=The Lion, goat and cabbage problem is a river crossing puzzle. | ||

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|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=The 3 bears and the 3 chicks | |3=The 3 bears and the 3 chicks | ||

|4=Help the 3 bears and the 3 chicks cross the river. | |4=Help the 3 bears and the 3 chicks cross the river. | ||

− | |5=[[OC_The_3_bears_and_the_3_chicks | + | |5=[[OC_The_3_bears_and_the_3_chicks]] |

|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Greater than less than alligators | |3=Greater than less than alligators | ||

|4=Use greater than and less than signs by imagining them as an alligator mouth which open towards the bigger number. | |4=Use greater than and less than signs by imagining them as an alligator mouth which open towards the bigger number. | ||

− | |5=[[OC_Greater_than_less_than_alligators | + | |5=[[OC_Greater_than_less_than_alligators]] |

|6=interactive math iwb | |6=interactive math iwb | ||

|7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/25a81583-4e5c-4976-ab23-265bcaaf53b7/greater_than_less_than.iwb | |7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/25a81583-4e5c-4976-ab23-265bcaaf53b7/greater_than_less_than.iwb | ||

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|3=Coding ambulance | |3=Coding ambulance | ||

|4= This content is based on transporting patients to the hospital, giving students a challenge to solve a real-world problem. | |4= This content is based on transporting patients to the hospital, giving students a challenge to solve a real-world problem. | ||

− | |5=[[OC Coding Ambulance | + | |5=[[OC Coding Ambulance]] |

|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Sudoku | |3=Sudoku | ||

|4=Sudoku is a great teaching tool for building students' critical thinking skills | |4=Sudoku is a great teaching tool for building students' critical thinking skills | ||

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|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Color Quiz | |3=Color Quiz | ||

|4=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. | |4=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. | ||

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|6=interactive science | |6=interactive science | ||

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|3=Matching Colors | |3=Matching Colors | ||

|4=The first step to learning colors is matching them. This content helps children learn colors by matching blocks of the same color. | |4=The first step to learning colors is matching them. This content helps children learn colors by matching blocks of the same color. | ||

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|6=interactive science | |6=interactive science | ||

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|3=Mixing Colors | |3=Mixing Colors | ||

|4=This content can help children learn that red, yellow, and blue are primary colors. Combining two primary colors make a secondary color. | |4=This content can help children learn that red, yellow, and blue are primary colors. Combining two primary colors make a secondary color. | ||

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|6=interactive science iwb | |6=interactive science iwb | ||

|7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/ecff66bd-abf2-4335-9ad1-2b2d96d52789/color2.iwb | |7=https://myviewboard.com/uploads/myViewBoard%20Original%20Content/ecff66bd-abf2-4335-9ad1-2b2d96d52789/color2.iwb | ||

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|3=Fractions and circles | |3=Fractions and circles | ||

|4=Use the pie slices at the top to complete the circles below in three different ways. | |4=Use the pie slices at the top to complete the circles below in three different ways. | ||

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|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Tangram activity | |3=Tangram activity | ||

|4=Tangrams can teach students about spatial relationships, learn geometric terms, and develop stronger problem-solving abilities. | |4=Tangrams can teach students about spatial relationships, learn geometric terms, and develop stronger problem-solving abilities. | ||

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|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Towers of Hanoi | |3=Towers of Hanoi | ||

|4=The Towers of Hanoi is a classic mathematical game also frequently applied in the psychology of problem-solving and skill learning. | |4=The Towers of Hanoi is a classic mathematical game also frequently applied in the psychology of problem-solving and skill learning. | ||

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|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Play bingo! | |3=Play bingo! | ||

|4=The first player who completes a bingo pattern wins. | |4=The first player who completes a bingo pattern wins. | ||

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|6=interactive math | |6=interactive math | ||

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|3=Spatial Intelligence | |3=Spatial Intelligence | ||

|4=Spatial Intelligence is the ability to understand three-dimensional figures and images. | |4=Spatial Intelligence is the ability to understand three-dimensional figures and images. | ||

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|6=interactive science | |6=interactive science | ||

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**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 can cause sounds, and sounds can also cause materials to vibrate. This activity shows how varying vibrations can create different sounds.

**Time (Video Assisted Learning)**

Move the hands of the clock to match the time shown on the video.

**Color (Video Assisted Learning)**

Use the video to match the correct colored circles to the labels.

Whiteboard for Android

[[OC Color (VAL)|Activity guide]]

*interactive VAL science iwb*

**US Map Puzzle**

Introduce key facts about each of the US states in a dynamic, interactive video format maximizing retention and memory.

**Do You Want to Build a Snowman?**

This fun activity requires students to build a snowman using *Four-Step Sequencing*: First, Next, Then, Last.

**Architecture Puzzle**

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?

**Nets of Solids (Common 3D shapes)**

This activity teaches the basics of Visual-Spatial Intelligence. Students learn how to visualize a solid 3D shape from its net.

**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.

**Combination Correspondence**

This content uses Carroll and Venn diagrams to develop students' visual perception.

**Sorting Rings**

Students categorize various data sets using Carroll and Venn diagrams to sort, compare, and classify.

Whiteboard for Android

[[OC Sorting Rings|Activity guide]]

*interactive math iwb*

**Difference of 2 sets**

This content encourages students to think deeply about the connections between two or more complex concepts.

Whiteboard for Android

[[OC Difference of 2 sets|Activity guide]]

*interactive math iwb*

**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**

Static electricity is an imbalance between negative and positive charges, and can build up on surfaces until they are discharged.

**Magnetism**

Activities and key concepts on magnetism. The teacher can also do these experiments with the students in the classroom.

**Lion, goat and cabbage problem**

The Lion, goat and cabbage problem is a river crossing puzzle.

**The 3 bears and the 3 chicks**

Help the 3 bears and the 3 chicks cross the river.

**Greater than less than alligators**

Use greater than and less than signs by imagining them as an alligator mouth which open towards the bigger number.

Whiteboard for Android

[[OC_Greater_than_less_than_alligators|Activity guide]]

*interactive math iwb*

**Coding ambulance**

This content is based on transporting patients to the hospital, giving students a challenge to solve a real-world problem.

**Sudoku**

Sudoku is a great teaching tool for building students' critical thinking skills

**Color Quiz**

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.

**Matching Colors**

The first step to learning colors is matching them. This content helps children learn colors by matching blocks of the same color.

**Mixing Colors**

This content can help children learn that red, yellow, and blue are primary colors. Combining two primary colors make a secondary color.

Whiteboard for Android

[[OC_Mixing_Colors|Activity guide]]

*interactive science iwb*

**Fractions and circles**

Use the pie slices at the top to complete the circles below in three different ways.

**Tangram activity**

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.

**Play bingo!**

The first player who completes a bingo pattern wins.

**Spatial Intelligence**

Spatial Intelligence is the ability to understand three-dimensional figures and images.

**Scénario Educ maternelle élémentaire 1-1**

A collection of interactive lessons. Some of the lessons are in French.

**Construction of a Trumpet**

Identify the parts of a trumpet.

**Construction of a Violin**

Identify the parts of a violin.

**Divide by 10, 100, and 1000**

Solve the math

**Easy Math - Add the animals**

Solve for the total number of animals.

**Food and nutrients**

Classify the food into the correct nutrient type

**Label the skeleton**

Place the label beside the correct skeleton part

**Multiply by 10, 100, and 1000**

Solve the math

**Multiply by 10, 100, and 1000 (2)**

Solve the math

**Planets in the Solar System**

Arrange the planets in the correct order.

**Ancient Egypt**

Symbols of the civilization of ancient Egypt.

**Art**

Art is a diverse range of human activities in creating artifacts (artworks) to be appreciated for their beauty or emotional power.

**Cell and Organelles**

Activity about cells, chloroplasts, and their parts.

**Christopher Columbus**

Christopher Columbus (c. 1451 to May 20, 1506) was an Italian explorer and navigator.

**Computer music**

Advances in computing power and software for manipulation of digital media have dramatically affected the way computer music is generated and performed.

**Conifers**

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**

Dance is a performing art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement.

**Drama**

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.

**Greek mythology**

A short collection of gods and goddesses from Greek mythology

**hibernation vs. dormancy vs. torpor**

A list of basic differences between hibernation, dormancy, and torpor, with a few example animals.

**Inflation vs. Deflation**

Inflation occurs when the prices of goods and services rise, while deflation occurs when those prices decrease.

**Internet**

The Internet is the global system of interconnected computer networks that use the Internet protocol suite to link devices worldwide.

**Laboratory equipment and chemicals**

Examples of laboratory equipment and chemicals

**National Socialism**

Nazism is a totalitarian movement led by Adolf Hitler as head of the Nazi Party in Germany.

**Organic compound**

In chemistry, an organic compound is generally any chemical compound that contains carbon.

**Processor**

A central processing unit (CPU) 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.

**Tree**

In botany, a tree is a perennial plant with an elongated stem, or trunk, supporting branches and leaves in most species.

**World map continents**

A canvas with an image of the world map as its background.