Translation, Reflection, and Rotation

22nd February, 2011 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Are you teaching transformations in your geometry math lessons? Try moving this game to your technology learning station. Don’t forget to check out these great hands on lessons with Math out of the Box®! Lesson 12, 13, 14, 15, 16: Grade 3            Shapes and Paths Lesson 13, 14, 15: Grade 4           Corners and Containers Lesson » Read More

Reach your digital learners with a FREE technology tool from Microsoft!

22nd June, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

In the June 2010 issue of eSchool News, a new program called Mouse Mischief was announced.  Microsoft announced a free download and addition to their PowerPoint software that allows up to 25 students at a time to participate in classroom presentations and interactive activities. This program sounds perfect for a review session in the computer » Read More

Use a science notebook to gather and interpret data!

27th April, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Thanks to the BBC for sharing this game with us! Making observations and using data that you collect during science inquiry experiments is an important piece to include in your science notebook. From observations, you collect data, make drawings and illustrations, make charts and graphs, and comment on what you observed or learned.  Use the PDF science » Read More

View the Moon Phase for today!

12th April, 2010 - Posted by Teacher - 4 Comments

Teaching the moon phases can be a difficult Earth Science topic when we don’t have our students at school during the night time hours.  This FREE resource allows your students to see the moon phases daily in a technology center in your classroom.  What are some ways that you could use this moon tool in your » Read More

Submit your creative ideas and win a FREE aquarium starter kit!

5th March, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - No Comments

Dear students and teachers, Have you ever wanted the chance to publish your science and math ideas? This is your chance to be famous!  Carolina Curriculum is looking for student and teacher submissions of hands-on inquiry science and math that you do every day in your classroom.   Share videos of your favorite experiment or inquiry » Read More

Free graphing program for science data collection

28th February, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - 3 Comments

When collecting scientific data during an inquiry experiment it is always valuable to record your observations in the form of a graph.  This free software allows students to record their data in a variety of graphs and print out the graph in the computer lab or classroom.  Think about recording plant growth in the early » Read More