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The next two sites are already in Intermediate Mathematics :


spinning gold star AAA Math New and improved with even more topics! An oldie but still growing and going. Many teachers think this is one of the best math sites for online learning. Covers K-8 Common Core math content requirements, always has. Generally, a short tutorial is followed by practice activities - open or times at the teacher's choice. Available on CD, too! Now with sections for Geography (US States, Countries), Spelling, Vocabulary,(both at AAASpell) and Sudoku! Este sitio también está disponible en Espanol - Clique aqui.

 

All About Measurement Part of AAA Math (see above.) The name says it all! Time, temperature, distance, more.

 

spinning gold star Math Worksheets Land "We now have over 64,000 printable pages. 100% free as always! Funny thing, I'm no where near done." At least a page on each of 40 math topics - everything from Kindergarten Math to Logarithms, Linear Equations, Polynomials, Scientific Notation... Also indexed by grade level. Aligned to the Common Core standards. FREE pdf files to download/print! Thanks for the emails from "Julia, Retired Middle School Math Teacher, Mom of 3, Grandma of 4, and Tired." Already in Math and Telling Time

 



That fish never had a chance. Going in Animals

 

 


Going in Animals

 

 

The Wood Wide Web: How trees secretly talk
and share with each other 1:47 BBC video explains
how trees communicate via their roots! It's part of a
series called "The Kid Should See This:
Smart videos for curious minds of all ages". Plenty
more where this one came from, including sequels.
Going in Living Things




Going in Early Learning and Homeschool

 

 

Happy New Year 4,000 BC!
Going in Ancient History


Hidden world of microscopic life revealed
in extraordinary pictures

A NatGeo article. Electron microscope was used to
make the photos. Dozens of pics of tiny animals and
body parts. Photographer Jannicke Wiik-Nielsen
is a Norwegian research scientist. Her electron
micrographs win international awards and have
been in exhibitions around the world. She is currently
collaborating with Norwegian biologist Dag O. Hessen
on a book about the importance of tiny organisms.
Going in Animals

 

 

Baby hummingbirds life cycle from start to finish
11:30 video shows the cycle from nest building to the
newly fledged young flying away with mama. Covers about 40 days.
These are Rufous hummingbirds . You can learn more by
clicking on this link. Going in Animal Cams

 

Giraffe stops to mug for the camera
Going in Animal Cams

 

 


“Geoffrey” a baby scarlet macaw hatches in an incubator
Geoffrey was born at the ARA Project, a macaw conservation group in
Costa Rica. His mother was an ex-pet and his father was poached
from the wild. When his mother abandoned her eggs, Geoffrey had
to be raised in an incubator.
Going in Animal Cams

 

40 Children's Books Celebrating Native American & Indigenous Mighty Girls
Some fact, some fiction, for ages 5 - YA. Encourage girls to read and raise
self-esteem.

 


Going in Early Learning, Homeschool, and Living Things

 

 

Magnetic Striping and Seafloor Spreading 6:26 Youtube video
The discovery of magnetic stripes in oceanic crust and how this
supports Wegener's Theory of Continental Drift or, as we now know it,
Plate Tectonics! Presented by Ruth Kirk. Going in Earth Science

 

How bobcats, coyotes, and foxes help my farm
from In Light of Nature "With an orchard of approximately
250 apple, apricot, and cherry trees gophers were having a
field day eating the roots and killing the trees."
"After so many years of stressing and fighting the gophers,
I now leave it up to the coyotes, bobcats, foxes, and owls."
with lots of photos of foxes, coyotes, and bobcats helping
themselves to gophers!
Going in Animals and Biomes

Meteor Shower Calendar 2019 - 2020 (now 'till Aug 2020)
"When is the next meteor shower? Well, you need to know
that there are currently 2 active meteor showers:..."
This page tells you all the popular showers from now until late
August of 2020. There are "over 900 suspected meteor showers
of which about 100 are well established."
credit: American Meteor Society

 

The Effects of Global Warming in Alaska

In this media-rich lesson, students learn how global warming
is changing the Alaskan environment and examine the
consequences of climate change on the region's human and
wildlife inhabitants.
Lesson Plan Grades: 6-13+
Collection: Alaska Native Perspectives on Earth and Climate

 

Hi, kids! I'm Dakota! I am the newest doggy here at
Good Sites for Kids! I'm a retired hunter and mama.
My Brittany sister Lily is showing me the routine
around here. It helps we are the same breed and are
both South Dakota natives. When we're not helping out
on the site, we like to check out the outdoors,
chase rabbits, woof at kids on the schoolyard, rack out
on the beds, and hang out with our peeps!

 

 

 

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