Author Archives: Lee Hall

Open Library

Do you know about this site? Alabama participates in their lending library. They have over 200,000 you can borrow and over 1,000,000 for free download. You can search by subject, keyword,  or author. Once you find a book, you can … Continue reading

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Exploratree

This free site offers numerous thinking guides (graphic organizers) for you or your students. It allows you to add text, images, shapes, lines, and even a hint box. You may use the site without logging in, but it won’t be … Continue reading

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The Epic Ebook Guide

The title says it all. This site will tell you where to find free or inexpensive ebooks, what type you need for each device, how to download, and how to publish your own. The Epic Ebook Guide

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Class Flow

Class Flow is an easy way to make your lesson interactive and to connect with your students. You can quickly create interesting multimedia presentations for your lesson and get instant feedback from your students. Class Flow

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ReadWorks.org (update)

We have highlighted this site before but they have just released 52 brand new reading passages for Earth Day – April 22. There are passages for every grade level K-8th and they have their lexile levels on them. Use this … Continue reading

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ARKive – World’s Most Endangered Species

This site lets you explore 15,000 of the world’s endangered species, animals, plants, and fungi. There are 100,000 photos and videos for your students to see what makes these species special and why we need to save them. They provide … Continue reading

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Ted Ed Lessons Worth Sharing

You can build a lesson around any TED-Ed Original, TED Talk or YouTube video. This site lets you add your own questions, notes or videos to it. You can use their already built lessons or create one of your own … Continue reading

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Annennberg Learner Interactives

This is a very interesting, useful site. You choose the age level, the subject and the audience. It will then show you a list of interactive sites to use with your students. You will have to see this one. I … Continue reading

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Colonial House

This APT site lets you meet the colonists, see their laws, view the houses using 360 degree technology, and try to dress the colonist in the correct period clothing. It is very interactive. You and your students will enjoy looking … Continue reading

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Thing Link

You can take an image and embed links, images, music, or video. Use this site to upload a picture and label its parts or explain what is happening. Thing Link

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