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Kindergarten - 5th
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9th - 12th
Curriculum Maps (Pacing Guides)
SCIENCE Curriculum Map Grade 6.doc
SCIENCE Curriculum Map Grade 7.doc
SCIENCE Curriculum Map Grade 8.doc
Lesson Plans and More
- Search Engine for Education (formerly MarcoPolo). Contains lesson plans, interactivities, research materials, and more.
SAS Curriculum Pathways
(formerly SASinSchool) - Contains lessons plans, interactivities, and more.
- Has video and audio lessons on various topics categorized by grade level and subject matter. Some info is locked (red lock icon), but there are still great resources that are available for free.
- Website from WVDE that contains lesson plans, unit plans, teaching strategies, and more.
- Created by a teacher with tons of links for education organized by subject matter.
- Includes interactive lessons for several different subjects. Great to use with your whiteboard or individually. The lessons allow you to click on a Textbook link and see the page numbers from your text that correspond to the lesson chosen.
- A social bookmarking site that can be used to direct your students to specific web sites for class
Shannon Murray's Portaportal
Kyle Berry's Math PortaPortal
Spiders and Insects:
edited by JoAnn Frye and Bobbi Leslie
Frogguts SMART activity.notebook
SMARTTECH activity: Frog Guts (posted by S. Murray)
- Contains Gizmos for Math and Science that correlate to state standards and textbooks.
Science Net Links
- Lesson plans, interactivities, web resources, and more all focused on Science topics.
- News articles on science topics including videos, photos, blogs, and podcasts.
- Literary calls itself the 24 hour exploding laboratory. Cool site that includes a guided tour of the human body (over 18000 digitized pictures), a question/answer section for kids, and lots of ideas on how to make easy labs in your classroom.
Making Science Make Sense
- Great for chemistry. Goes indepth about each element on the periodic table.
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