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Clip Art and Images
Easy to use creative commons search site.
Free photos, Creative Common
Search for creative commons photos.
Can be used on the webpage, but most are simple graphics that would work well in a newsletter.
Lots of colorful images
Good variety of school clip art
Site is a little hard to navigate, but if you need fruits, and vegetables it's great!
Categories include weather, people and body, sports and cartoons.
A collection of categorized images.
Site includes clip art, illustrations, photographs and animations.
Good curriculum related clipart.
3000 images useful in the teaching of basic vocabulary.
QUick collection of icons and buttons
25,000 images in a database or site map. Great if you need black/white images.
Community of Readers
School edition includes virtual notecards, cornell note-taking and more
enVision Math is the K-5 curriculum and codes are available on the Mathematics Curriculum website.
Great access to digital resources and classroom ready lessons
Easily searched by gradelevel or subject.
Teacher resources, professional development
organized by gradelevel and math experience, easily organized to locate puzzles, graphing programs, pattern blocks and more
Resources for digital storytelling
Current events, daily news quiz, resources for grades 3-12
A good place to begin looking for resources. Organized by subject area.
Design a webquest or search for an existing one.
Online graphical dictionary. Enjoy!
Community for collaborative projects.
converts You Tube or flash videos
A Safari add-on that downloads and converts Flash, DivX, WMV and Real Media videos. In trial mode, you can use CosmoPod for 5 days to download/convert 10 videos per Safari launch.
Online file converter, pdf, text, and more!
Explore gallery, community, outreach and sketchup
Historic maps, news and world events, geology, weather, topographic
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Use Google Earth to present math topics, such as rates, measurement, or scientific notation in unique ways.
Letter shaped buildings around the world!
An introduction and classroom ideas from Apple Learning Interchange
Google Literature Trip
Wonderful examples of using Google Earth in the classroom.
Another interesting collection of satellite images.
Supplement to the book, 360 Degrees Longitude, with places marked in Google Earth.