Top 10 Learning Resources on Curriki

janetpic_preferred_croppedBy Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki

Are you curious what learning resources other teachers are using? Here’s a list of the top ten most downloaded resources on Curriki this month. I encourage you to check them out – they’re free to use as-is, share or modify to suit your classroom needs.  Let me know which one is your favorite!

  1. Geography Learning Pursuit – for grades 6-8; provides students a globeself-guided unit to learn the five themes of geography.
  2. Catcher in the Rye Unit Plan – for grades 9-12; eight week language arts unit play dealing with J.D. Salinger’s work, Catcher in the Rye.
  3. Systems of Equations Baseball – for grades 6-10; review game for systems of equations (and gets the students up and moving too!).baseball
  4. Politics and Political Parties: Lesson Plans – for grades 3-8; lesson plans to help students differentiate between political parties and why the party system is functioning in our country.
  5. Writing Matters – for grades 3-8; gives teachers powerful new ways to improve student outcomes in writing, utilizing 21st century resources to prepare them for success in school and beyond.dictionary
  6. Athabasca University ESL Course – for all levels; help students to effectively learn the English language.
  7. Math T.V./ Math Playground – for grades 3-8; interactive math tool developed by classroom teachers to help students learn how to solve multistep word problems. math
  8. Geometry Bingo – for grades 5-6; this bingo game involving visuals helps students learn and identify key vocabulary for geometry.
  9. Math Pre-k – Math Game Time – for pre-K; fun math games, worksheets and videos.
  10. Prepare for the Science Fair – for grades 3-8; here’s a fun way to get ready for the science fair! science

Please share this with a friend or colleague! Thank you.

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2 responses to “Top 10 Learning Resources on Curriki

  1. a very good workshops conducted and is easy to use share and modify for their classroom needs

  2. Kathy Mccaulou

    Hi Janet,   I am actually trying to get a hold of Karen Hallstein. You might remember me as well.  My name is Kathy McCaulou, I was a Corporate Operator at Sun Microsystems. I am living in Mexico now, but hope to return to the U.S. sometime by the end of this year.   I am trying to put my resume references back together. Karen was one of my references and was hoping she still would be a reference for me. I know she is workng there and over at Oracle. Would you mind passing  this email on to Karen? I would really appreciate it.   Thanks,   Kathy Mc.

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