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MERLOT II


    

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Grades K - 4 Educational Technology Standards

by Roy J. Mack, PhD
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Description:
Enhancement to the framework for integration of technology within the curriculum

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Funbrain: Kids Learn as they Play Games


Added 11/05/2006
This is a great site for kids in grades first through eight. It's easy to load and easy for kids to understand.
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Answers.com


Added 11/05/2006
The world’s greatest encyclodictionalmanacapedia.
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Fun site for kids


Added 11/05/2006
This site offers activities and games for elementary students. There are games to practice math skills and games for plain old fun for center time. There are also brain teasers, jokes, and links to other sites.
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Cool Math 4 Kids - Teacher Section


Added 11/05/2006
This exciting, colorful, and interactive site is great for all grades and any subject within math. The teacher section provides support for new teachers and a way for math teachers to stay connected.
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NASA Learning Objects: Kids Science News Network (KSNN)


Added 11/05/2006
NASA's KSNN™ is a standards-based program that uses the Web, animation, and video to introduce science, technology, engineering, math, and NASA concepts. NASA's KSNN™ uses animated characters (grades K-2) and web and video technology (grades 3-5) to explain everyday phenomena of our world, correct misconceptions, and answer frequently asked questions. Visit the K–2 portion of NASA's KSNN™ web site for 60-second animations, activities, and resource links covering such topics as "magnetism" and "states of matter." The grade 3–5 portion of the NASA KSNN™ web site features children in 60-second (video) newsbreaks answering such questions as why is the sky blue and what makes popcorn pop. Each newsbreak includes a follow-up written explanation, inquiry-based activities, related print and electronic resources, and a computer-graded quiz. NASA's KSNN™ invites anyone who wants to know how things work or what makes thing happen to experience a new adventure in learning.
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Sesame Street KidSite Java Games (JH14-1)


Added 11/05/2006
A suite of Java games including a coloring book, puzzles, sticker story book and a letter recognition activity from Sesame Street. Featuring your favorite muppets, Elmo, Ernie, Cookie!
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Math Stories for Children


Added 09/27/2006
There is a fee associated with this site.
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Sink or Swim: Internet Search Tools & Techniques


Added 09/24/2006
Web searching tools and techniques with many links to search engines and a short search engine feature list and comparison.
9.

A Maths Dictionary for Kids


Added 11/05/2006
This is an illustrated and often animated dictionary of mathematical terms. Many concepts are shown via interactive examples. Practice problems are provided fr some terms.
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Jigsaw Puzzles


Added 11/05/2006
CYBERCHASE teaches kids that math is everywhere, everyone can be good at it, and it's fun! Here at CYBERCHASE Online for Parents & Teachers, we've provided everything you need to bring the math adventure and learning fun of CYBERCHASE to your favorite kids!!!
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A Maths Dictionary for Kids


Added 11/05/2006
This is an illustrated and often animated dictionary of mathematical terms. Many concepts are shown via interactive examples. Practice problems are provided for some terms.
12.

Grimms' Fairy Tales


Added 11/05/2006
These twelve "unvarnished" tales from a 1914 translation include at least one illustration, and audio is provided for several. The site also includes biographical information on the Grimms, resources and links, kids' activity, and more.
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Computer Literacy


Added 10/22/2006
A set of web based tutorials that cover the basics. A good supplement to a computer literacy course. Has some decent GIF animations, hands-on exercises, quizzes and a straightforward design
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Denali for Kids: Online Adventure


Added 10/22/2006
This site's primary audience are Grade School kids.
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DSO Kids


Added 11/05/2006
DSOKids is the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's magical doorway to a world of musical fun and learning for students, parents and teachers. The site's mission is to provide attractive, accessible and child-friendly resources that introduce symphonic music, the orchestra and its instruments, and to encourage both adults and young people to explore the world of the symphony orchestra.
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Color Book - Post Office (Art)


Added 11/05/2006
Teaches young kids to mix colors and paint. They will learn about mixing colors.
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Magic School Bus


Added 11/05/2006
This site offers students the opportunity to take a tour where they can explore subjects involving Archeology, Space, Insects, the Human Body, Dinosaurs, and more. There is also a link for parents and teachers which includes valuable and fun science activities.
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Comic book Periodic Table


Added 11/05/2006
Uses cartoon characters that give explanations of the elements. Good for kids of various grade levels.
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