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    NEWSELA - Articles on 5 levels

    A free online educational service offered by the Smithsonian for use by K-12 grade Teachers and students. TTribune consists of daily news sites for kids, tweens, and teens, and includes text, photos, graphics, and audio and/or video materials prepared by the Smithsonian and others about current events, history, art, culture and science. TTribune also includes lessons, instructional and assessment tools, and opportunities for the registered users to communicate with other participants.


      Library Media Symbaloo


      Top 25 Websites for Teaching and Learning


      EasyBib Guide


      Resources for Teachers

      Videos, lessons, theme of the week and more!


      Apps, Apps, Apps!!

         AppStart - - The Ultimate iPad starter guide

        AppoLearning - Find the best educational apps by level or topic

        Qrafter Pro - Read & create QRodes

        Leafsnap - Electronic Field Guide

        Science 360 - Video, Images, News

        Science 360 Radio - 24 Hour Audio Programming from NSf

        Math Snacks - Teaches concepts with comic strips

        Haiku Deck - Create & Share presentations using copyright free images

        Audio Note - Record, share, annotate, insert photos, free write, color code

        Wattpad - youtube for books; upload student stories

        Read Me Stories - A new book every day

        Three Ring - Write, record, video, audio, take a picture & upload to share



        Quick Rubric is a free tool for writing, editing, and printing rubrics. On Quick Rubric you can create a rubric that is tailored to your points/scoring system, the quantity of descriptors that you need, and utilizes the exact language that you specify. You can save as many rubrics as you like in your free Quick Rubric account. You can copy and modify rubrics in your account so that you don't always have to start from scratch when creating a new assignment rubric.


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