Posted: August 29, 2012 Filed under: Education | Tags: 21stcentury, games, HandyWebResource, internet, IWB, links, maths, numeracy, oswego, resource, smartboard, website
Each month I’ll post one online resource that I’ve used in the classroom. Sometimes they will be effective stand-alone resources that require little explanation. For other resources, where applicable, I’ll also offer some follow-up activities that have extended the learning that the web resource has introduced.
The kids in my grade have had heaps of fun this year being introduced to different concepts via the resources page on the Oswego City School District’s website (above).
Although it isn’t the most attractive links page, there are a range of games, some in successive difficulty levels, that are excellent for tuning in a whole group or reinforcing a concept with a guided group. My students have even enjoyed the Working Mathematically based games (such as Power Lines) during their wet day timetables!
Personal favourites of mine include: Stop the Clock (1-5 offering increasing difficulty options) and, Speed Grid Addition.
You can find the game links at:
Posted: August 28, 2012 Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: 21stcentury, resource, twitter, Welcome
Welcome to OpenEdToolbox, a place where I hope to group and share a number of resources that I develop and use in my own classroom. Watch this space for tried and tested classroom learning activities designed for primary (elementary) education.
Feel free to contact me via the blog or my Twitter account linked at the top of the page.