mikeromard on April 21st, 2009

Today is Earth Day. As my wife and I explained it to our daughter last night — we referred to it as Earth’s birthday or celebration of all its beauties. It’s also a time to discover things about our planet. My son’s PreK3 teacher, Maliha Iqbal, has run an amazing compost program all year and […]

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mikeromard on April 15th, 2009

The brilliant colors will immediately draw you in. And if you spend enough time, you’ll fine a few winning activities to do with your students or children. Whether it’s an activity sheet to print and complete or an interactive tutorial on drawing. The site is well paced and has a wide variety of activities. Further, […]

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mikeromard on April 14th, 2009

Symmetry is something found in everyone’s curriculum, but here is a quick way to not just access it but allow your students to show their creative side. In our lesson, we asked the grade 1 students to create a design showing one line of symmetry – using all the sames found at the java site […]

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