• PowerPoint on Possessive Nouns (5th Grade) PowerPoint on Possessive Nouns (6th Grade). A great resource for writing: http://www.mce.k12tn.net/english/powerpoints.htm
  • This is a teacher created site full of ideas for six trait writing, reading, literature, and many areas of classroom management, including getting organized. http://www.kimskorner4teachertalk.com/writing/menu.html
  • Birds coloring book from birds.cornell.edu – link to pdf download.
  • Very cool aviation math unit complete with videos for grades 5-9. Free from NASA!
  • Free Science curriculum – A homeschool science curriculum where you can combine a multitude of ages, use “living books” and do lots of hands on activities! tha: http://www.guesthollow.com/homeschool/science/otters_science/otters_science_main.html
  • XtraMath – A free web program for students, parents and teachers: https://www.xtramath.org/home
  • California Geological Survey (CGS) staff have scoured the Internet and compiled this linked list of free-to-download, 3D paper models and paper toys that are related to the Earth Sciences. They have listed over 250 paper models that can be cutout and assembled. Some might be suitable for class projects while others are just plain fun to assemble. The difficulty of assembly for each model is highly varied. The text and directions on some cutout sheets for some models are in Japanese, but this seemed to pose little problem in the actual assembly process for those of us who do not understand the language.
  • Find all the classic Amazing Space activities. Get to know our vast universe by exploring its planets, galaxies, comets, black holes, and more. http://amazing-space.stsci.edu/
  • Science With Me! is a free educational science website for elementary age children. Our website offers science movies and songs, free science coloring sheets, free science worksheets, fun science projects for kids and stories to help young children learn scientific principles and science the fun way. http://www.sciencewithme.com/

Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.
~William Butler Yeats